Ron Bonjean

Rokk Solutions

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Republican strategist and partner at Rokk Solutions, a Washington-based public relations firm; former communications director for then-Speaker Dennis Hastert (2005-2007) and former strategy consultant for the Republican National Committee

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In their  first prime-time debate  last night, ten candidates for next year's Republican presidential nomination were pummeled with challenging questions.

Drama and Comedy in the Race for the White House

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Obama Steps Up Obamacare Push

A 21-hour filibuster by Senator Ted Cruz of Texas has failed, but Republican protests against Obamacare continue on Capitol Hill.

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113th Congress Sworn in, with Boehner at the Helm

The 113th Congress is sworn in to office today.

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