It was a bad year for conservatives, but there was one good thing.
It was the year when the Republican Party finally took back control of the House of Representatives.
This happened after President Donald Trump lost the presidential election.
It wasn’t a bad thing, and it will go down as one of the most significant victories for the conservative cause.
But it was also a bad result.
For one, conservatives had a big loss on their hands.
They lost control of both chambers of Congress.
The Senate lost its seat in 2018.
And in the House, they lost their majority for the first time in almost 50 years.
The GOP lost the White House, and now it’s left with a Congress that is more ideologically homogenous than ever.
The House majority was one of its few remaining advantages.
Republicans, who have controlled both houses of Congress since 2001, are in a better position than they’ve ever been.
They have the Senate, the House and the White house, all three branches of government in their possession.
And, for the most part, the Senate has done a good job of working with Democrats on bills.
The two biggest pieces of legislation passed by the Senate were the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and the American Jobs Act, which would have greatly increased the minimum wage and made college more affordable.
The American Jobs and Education Act would have created an infrastructure bank that would have paid for school construction and increased grants for early childhood education.
It’s a good idea.
But the House passed a version of the bill that would repeal the tax cuts and make tuition more affordable, and the bill passed the Senate with overwhelming support.
The result was a bipartisan bill that passed with bipartisan support, and Republicans in both chambers took up the bills on the floor.
In both chambers, the legislation has had significant support, especially in states where the Republican majority holds a majority of seats.
The tax bill passed by both chambers was one piece of legislation that had bipartisan support.
Republicans and Democrats were united in their support for it.
The fact that this tax bill had bipartisan votes and that Republicans and the Democratic majority in both the House—both chambers of the United States Congress—supported it was an important development.
In a sense, this shows that the Republicans and Democratic majority have been united in opposition to the Republican agenda in Washington, D.C. It also shows that Democrats have the power to do something about the GOP agenda, which includes the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
They can do that.
They’re not going to get anything done without the Republican House.
But even if they could, the Democrats would still need to pass a number of other pieces of legislative legislation to get the House back on track.
For example, the Tax Cut and Jobs and American Jobs bills have to be signed into law by the president.
Republicans will need to take action to pass them.
For the first three years of this Trump presidency, Republicans have had a solid majority in the U.S. House of Congress, but the House is currently controlled by Democrats.
That’s because Republicans have controlled the House for almost three decades now.
Democrats have held a majority in each of the last two elections, but neither one of those elections saw Republicans retain control of their chambers.
And that’s because of a number-two reason: Democrats hold an overwhelming majority of state legislative chambers.
The Republicans are in control of all of the state legislative houses in each state.
This gives them the power, by virtue of their majority in control in the state legislatures, to pass any piece of legislative agenda they want, even though that agenda has to be approved by the voters.
This is why a majority or plurality of the people in each chamber can override any piece or bill the Republican-controlled state legislatures pass.
So, even if Republicans control the House in the next two years, they will need a number, if not a majority, of the voters in the states to approve any pieces of Republican legislative agenda.
There’s also a third reason why the House needs to pass legislation that the president can sign into law.
In 2018, Trump’s first year in office, Republicans controlled both chambers and the Senate.
The president could sign any piece he wanted into law, even those that Democrats didn’t support, without congressional approval.
For instance, Trump could sign a piece of a tax bill that was signed by the House or the Senate and passed both chambers.
He could also sign a bill that Democrats supported and signed by Congress.
In the process of signing that bill, the president could not override any of the votes that Democrats in the Senate or House had to support it.
Trump could also have signed a bill with bipartisan bipartisan support that was passed by each of those chambers.
That bill would have made it easier for Americans to save for college and make it easier to afford college.
That kind of legislation, which is called reconciliation, allows Congress to pass the bill without needing to pass an amended version of it.
That allows the House to pass it with bipartisan approval.
The bill that the House did