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

Ron Bonjean on KCRW

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

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

from To the Point

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

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.

from To the Point

The 113th Congress is sworn in to office today.

113th Congress Sworn in, with Boehner at the Helm

The 113th Congress is sworn in to office today.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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Lawmakers from Southern California took to Twitter and to the phone lines to let their constituents know they were okay and to condemn Wednesday’s violent insurrection at the U.S.

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