We won’t have whatshisname to kick around any more.
The erstwhile Tea Party Republican is making a run for President.
Joe Crowley, widely considered in line to replace Nancy Pelosi as party leader in the House, has been defeated.
Sixteen Senators are backing a single-payer system. Another forty-four to go.
Representatives from most of the Republican Presidential campaigns met to discuss reforms to the debate process, but none of their ideas will actually improve the quality of debates.
The House leadership elections turned out about as expected, but we may be doing this all over again in five months.
Wonkblog’s founder is leaving the Washington Post to start a new media outlet of his own.
Dave Weigel has identified “The funniest part of Robert Gates’ very serious new memoir.”
The false choice that is rampant in drug warrior thinking is the main problem when it comes to good policy.
Conservatives are doing what the criticized JournoList for doing—even though JournoList didn’t.
What is the appropriate response to someone who’s acting like a jerk?
While no official announcements have been made, President Obama’s second term national security team appears to be taking shape.
If a new Gallup poll is any indication, Paul Ryan was not a great pick.
Isn’t the bottom line here that Romney and his campaign just screwed up?
Should Ron Paul find his currently upward trajectory to continue he will find himself facing greater media (and opposition) scrutiny.
Like some other Republicans, Rick Santorum has an odd view of the judiciary.
Governor Brewer (R-AZ) called a special session of the Senate to remove the chair of the independent redistricting commission. She didn’t like the districting map that was produced.
Rick Perry has stumbled out of the gate, but he’ll be in this race for the long haul
Stephen Hill, a US soldier serving in Iraq, was booed by some members of the audience at last night’s Republican debate.
Republicans have a plan to wrest half of the Keystone State’s electors from Obama.
Jon Huntsman just tweeted, “To be clear. I believe in evolution and trust scientists on global warming. Call me crazy.”
If you look at the polls, the GOP has several things to be concerned about in the debate over the debt ceiling.
Willie Nelson is torn between Gary Johnson and Dennis Kucinich.