Two of Chris Christie’s closest aides were indicted in connection with the Birdgegate scandal today, a third plead guilty, and Christie’s Presidential ambitions are pretty much dead.
The confirmation of a new Attorney General has been held up nearly six months for what amounts to no legitimate reason.
Ted Cruz kicks off with the first of what is likely to be a string of candidates getting into the 2016 race in the coming month.
He’s tan. He’s rested. And, apparently, he’s ready. Mitt Romney seems very interested in 2016 all of a sudden.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is not running for President, and she is unlikely to change her mind on that. Nonetheless, the speculation that she is will continue for some time to come because it suits her interests and the interests of others.
Michele Bachmann leaves office at the end of the current Congress, but we may not have heard the last from her.
While it still seems unlikely that he’ll run, Mitt Romney does seem to be leaving the door open to a third run at the White House.
A political earthquake in the Sunflower State that could have a big impact on the battle for control of the Senate.
Mitch McConnell’s campaign was forced to do a shakeup thanks to a scandal that could envelop Ron Paul’s 2012 Presidential campaign.
The Tea Party v. “establishment” battle in the GOP has been pretty one-sided this year.
The Supreme Court declined to review a lower court ruling that public school graduations in churches are unconstitutional.
A victory for the GOP Establishment in Georgia.
Congressman Walter Jones beat back a primary challenge from a former Bush aide who attacked him over his foreign policy views.
From the beginning, the Tea Party has shown itself to be just plain bad at picking candidates. This year, they finally seem to be on the verge of paying for it in the GOP primaries
The bloom is off the rose, but Chris Christie could still be a strong candidate in 2016.
With debate season over, it’s looking less and less likely that Virginia Republicans will be able to hold back the Democrats on November 5th.
Several conservative groups have jumped on the bandwagon of what appears to be a controversial Mississippi politician.
Forbes wins the day with “Phil Mickelson Wins British Open—And California Taxes It.”
The Ravens quarterback cashed in after winning the Super Bowl. Now it’s Maryland’s turn.
The Hagel confirmation, like Obama’s election, was big news to some avid news consumers.
Dick Armey has resigned as chairman of Tea Party group FreedomWorks over unspecified principles.
Not as much learning going on as one might like, to be honest.
Why I supported Mitt Romney despite his constant flip-flopping, fibbing, and fecklessness.
President Obama easily won re-election last night, carrying virtually all of the battleground states. Meanwhile, abortion, gay marriage, and recreational marijuana also won big.
Newspaper endorsements are getting a lot of attention in the closing days of the campaign, but do they really matter?
Both campaigns seem to be focusing on an argument that the voters don’t want to hear.