National Republicans are worried that the President’s concentration on hot-button issues could end up backfiring. They should be.
There has been a massive layoff at the Republican website. Everyone who criticized the President is gone.
Breitbart News appears to be fading in terms of readership, but the alt-right politics it represents is not going away.
The differing reactions among Republicans in Washington and the base of the Republican Party to the charges against Roy Moore have enhanced a civil war inside the Republican Party.
Donald Trump has had harsher things to say about Rosie O’Donnell than he did about the people responsible for yesterday’s violence. That says something about him.
The erstwhile Republican firebrand and current NeverTrumper shares his personal struggles.
Bill Kristol’s plan to stop Donald Trump involves a long shot independent bid for the White House by someone most Americans have never heard of before.
With Republicans in Trump-induced disarray, Libertarians are meeting to pick their nominee and the hope that 2016 could be the year their party finally gets the attention it has craved for four decades.
With Donald Trump now destined to become the GOP nominee, some Republican insiders are trying to put together another ‘too little, too late’ strategy to stop him.
With Donald Trump inching closer to a delegate majority with each primary, it’s obvious that GOP insiders have no idea how to stop Donald Trump.
The flagship of the American right is leading the charge against Donald Trump, but it’s not likely to work.
The fallout from Donald Trump’s debate performance, and his comments afterward, continues, and it’s leading some to wonder if we may finally be at the end of this ridiculous charade.
Erick Erickson has disinvited Donald Trump from the RedState Gathering. What finally pushed him over the edge?
Rand Paul’s Presidential campaign isn’t going so well at the moment.
It’s been obvious from the moment the news broke that the murders in Charleston were rooted in racism, but some Republicans have had trouble acknowledging that.
It looks like Congress has averted a budget fight for the second straight year.
Your tax dollars, not at work.
“Reality” TV star says something dumb about gay people, gets suspended, usual pointless outrage ensues.
Republicans appear to be uniting behind a short-term plan to deal with the debt ceiling, but seem okay with keeping the government shutdown going forward.
Paul Ryan is back, and he has a plan his party ought to be paying attention to.
The House GOP Leadership didn’t endear itself to the Tea Party today.
Providing a little context for Pope Francis’ background+Erick Erickson needs to learn a little history.
Within minutes after today’s Jobs Report was released, the conspiracy theorists began to come forward.
A five year old “shocking” video of President Obama speaking to a group of African-American ministers proves to be not very shocking at all.
Whether Mitt Romney wins or loses, the GOP needs to evolve or be doomed to minority party status.
So, Mitt Romney opened his mouth again.
National Republicans aren’t at all thrilled with Todd Akin right now.
None of the cable news networks did particularly well last night.
Yesterday, Rick Santorum started to demonstrate that his campaign has run out of a logical reason to exist.
A revealing quote and some musing on Newt’s consistency.
Herman Cain’s bizarre loyalty to his Campaign Director is one of the reasons he is unfit to be President.
Mitt Romney played it safe on a controversial issue again.
Some on the right are giving Occupy Wall Street and The 99%’ers a second look.
In response to a poignant collection of tales of suffering from the worst economy in decades, some conservative activists have put up a juvenile collection of “suck it, losers” posts.
Paul Krugman chose to mark the the 10th anniversary of September 11th with an odd blog post.
Whether it’s a “Ponzi Scheme” or not, Social Security has serious systemic problems that must be addressed.
There were eight people on the stage last night, but the GOP field has narrowed significantly.
The Sarah Palin bloom seems to be off the rose.
Members of Congress are calling Erick Erickson for advice and absolution?
The idea that the GOP can block a debt ceiling vote and benefit politically is, quite simply, absurd.
How much of an American can you be if you are willing to wreck the economy for political gain.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has proposed a simple deal to break the impasse on the debt ceiling: Cede power to raise the ceiling to the president, with a few minor caveats.