Home >> Info On: Orrin Hatch

The Latest News about Orrin Hatch

Sen. Orrin Hatch Will Host Re-Election Fundraiser

Orrin Hatch

Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah will host a re-election fundraiser in early January, raising further questions about whether he will actually retire from Congress. Hatch is the most senior Republican currently in the Senate. Hatch will reportedly invite donors to his eighth annual ski fundraiser in January at the St. Regis Hotel in Park City, Utah, where the suggested donation reaches as high ...

Read More »

Orrin Hatch tells Sherrod Brown that Democrat talking points are ‘crap’

Orrin Hatch

Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Sherrod Brown (D-OH) got into a heated debate after Republicans voted the tax reform bill out of the committee. During the exchange, Brown drops into a series of false Democrat talking points and Hatch gives him an earful. “I really resent anyone saying I’m just doing this for the rich. Gimme’ a break,” Hatch complained. “I ...

Read More »

UTAH Rumor Mill: Orrin Out, Mitt to Run?

Mitt Romney has reportedly told those close to him that if Orrin Hatch retires, as was rumored in April and again Friday, he would run for Hatch’s seat. According to a report in The Atlantic, Utah Senator Orrin Hatch privately told allies that he is planning to retire at the end of his term in 2018. Hatch has given no official ...

Read More »

Donald Trump’s Schedule for Thursday 01-26-2017

Donald Trump

President Donald Trump will receive his daily briefing in the morning before heading to Philadelphia for the “Congress of Tomorrow” republican retreat [Video Here]. He’ll return to the White House tp meet with Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Representative Kevin Brady (R-TX 8th) in the afternoon. His schedule also lists an executive order signing at the same time he leaves ...

Read More »

New bill would give union members choice in how dues are spent in elections

U.S. Capitol Building

Bills have been introduced into the House and Senate that would allow union members to decide how their dues are donated to political efforts. Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Rep. Tom Price, (R-Ga) introduced The Employee Rights Act into their respective legislative bodies that would allow union members to choose whether or not their share of union dues go to certain candidates or ...

Read More »

Orrin Hatch: Conservative or RINO?

Early in the spring of 1976 I attended a backyard picnic at the home of my mother’s cousin, Desmond (Des) J. Barker. Barker was a successful advertising executive and was currently running as a Republican for a U.S. Senate seat from Utah. He wasn’t exactly a newcomer to politics. In 1971 he was appointed Special Assistant to President Richard M. ...

Read More »

Teaparty Holds First National Conference in Phoenix

A coalition of representatives from some 3300 Teaparty and other activist groups held their first ever National Conference on Friday, Feb 26th in Phoenix, Arizona. Among the  noted speakers were Tim Pawlenty and Ron Paul. What is also noteworthy, were the missing Republicans, most of which had the weekend off . Invitations were sent out and pretty much ignored, and this shows us just ...

Read More »

CPAC 2011 Rocks on Day 2

Many big name conservative stars hit the stage for day 2 at the Conservative political Action Conference of 2011. With the rowdy applause and cheering reminiscent of a 70’s rock concert, the enthusiasm was pumped up to incredible levels by a wide variety of solid, hard-hitting, Patriotic speeches. While the messages contained the basic conservative Teaparty theme of smaller, more accountable government, less taxes ...

Read More »
Sign up for our Newsletter

* indicates required field




Email Format


Subscribe!