A POLITICO story pushes a plausible narrative with an example that’s almost certainly not evidence of it.
As expected, the Senate passed the so-called “Cromnibus,” but not before a self-aggrandizing maneuver by Ted Cruz ended up being exploited by Democrats to pass outstanding nominations.
In many states, there aren’t really any races at all this year even if both parties have candidates on the ballot.
The GOP “establishment” keeps beating back challenges.
Ted Cruz keeps putting his own party in difficult situations, mostly because he has only his own ambition at heart.
When it comes to the unfolding conflict inside the GOP, Mitch McConnell seems to have fired an opening shot.
Several conservative groups have jumped on the bandwagon of what appears to be a controversial Mississippi politician.
Ted Cruz wants his fellow Republicans to follow him down the rabbit hole again.
Democrats in the House will attempt to use an obscure House procedure to force an end to the government shutdown. It’s success is by no means guaranteed.
President Obama had some potentially market-moving news for Wall Street.
With key conservatives pushing for sanity, the grown-ups have a chance to take back the GOP.
There are risks to Republicans in blocking immigration reform, but there are also incentives for them to block immigration reform. Getting past that contradiction to passage isn’t going to be easy.
Now that he is on the ballot for good, Republicans seem to be giving Todd Akin a second look. That seems unwise.
Republicans will have some choices to make if President Obama is re-elected.
Yesterday, Rick Santorum started to demonstrate that his campaign has run out of a logical reason to exist.
Members of Congress are responding to the protests against SOPA and PIPA by withdrawing their support for the bills.
The first year of the 112th Congress has set a new record for futility.
Senator Jim DeMint demonstrated clearly today what is wrong with Washington.
Assuming that the President is easy to beat could cause Republicans to move too far to the right.
By insisting on perfection in the debt ceiling debate, the Tea Party has made itself irrelevant to the process.
There’s apparently a new proposal on the table at the debt negotiations, and it looks very interesting.
House and Senate Republicans are pushing a Balanced Budget Amendment. It sounds like a good idea, but it isn’t.