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The Hill: Kinzinger says Cawthorn loss ‘good for the country’

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) slammed Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) on Wednesday and said in an interview that his primary loss is “good for the country.”

WSJ Op-Ed: A Political Homeless Shelter


America is at a crossroads. Politically speaking, so am I.

The Salt Lake Tribune: Here’s how much Utah’s 2022 congressional races are costing GOP candidates

In Utah’s 4th Congressional District, Rep. Burgess Owens continues to raise money hand over fist, pulling in $382,646 for the quarter and just over $2 million in total for the 2022 election cycle. That robust fundraising has come in handy as the Owens campaign has spent nearly twice as much as they raised in 2022. So far this election cycle, they’ve spent almost $100,000 more than they’ve raised.

MSNBC: On Jan. 6 probe, GOP leaders have left themselves in the dark

In the aftermath of the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, the original plan was for an independent investigatory panel along the lines of the 9/11 Commission. Before it could be created, congressional Republicans made a series of demands, which appeared intended to derail the process. Democrats nevertheless accepted the GOP’s terms, at which point Republicans killed the idea anyway.

Idaho State Journal: Country First — let's talk

Readers of this column know that I am no fan of either major political party in this country. In nearly every national election for quite some time, extreme polarization in our political process has produced, with grim efficiency, atrocious candidates who substantially represent no one except those on the fringes of the political spectrum.

American Military News: Video: Rep. Kinzinger calls Tucker Carlson ‘evil’ for ‘spewing Russian propaganda’

In a video posted on Twitter on Monday, Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) called Fox News host Tucker Carlson “complete evil” for allegedly “spewing … Russian propaganda and not news.”

AP: Anti-Trump Republicans lining up for 2024 shadow primary

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is planning trips to Iowa and New Hampshire. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., is considering a rough timeline for a potential presidential announcement. And allies of Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., are openly talking up her White House prospects.

WCMY: Cong. Kinzinger considering presidential run against Donald Trump

If Cong. Adam Kinzinger runs for President, he wants to do it as a Republican. But he’s not against running as an independent if that’s the best way to defeat Donald Trump. He talked about it with the Associated Press.

Newswire: Utah's 4th District Congressional Challenger Jake Hunsaker Receives Country First Endorsement as the Candidate to Mend Divisions

Jake Hunsaker, candidate for U.S. Congress in the 4th District, received the endorsement from Country First, a non-partisan organization focused on eliminating political tribalism that fractures communities and gridlocks the government.

Roll Call: Kinzinger to keep fight against Trumpism going after House, but hedges on 2024

Republican Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger told a conference of conservatives turned off by former President Donald Trump on Sunday he would fight “to take back our political system” after he leaves the House at the end of this term. He hedged later when asked if that meant he was considering a run for president.