Joe Walsh, a former Tea Party stalwart who served in Congress nine years ago, has thrown his hat in the ring against President Trump for the 2020 GOP Presidential Nomination.
President Trump says he’s thinking about commuting the sentenced of Rod Blagojevich, who has served seven years of the fourteen-year sentence he received for public corruption.
Senate Republicans released their proposed health care plan this morning, but it could already be doomed.
Republicans are afraid to oppose Donald Trump for fear that his supporters will come after them.
Republican candidates for the Senate and House are campaigning on the argument that they will be a bulwark against a Clinton Presidency.
Democratic hopes of retaking the Senate aren’t going so well at the moment.
With Donald Trump floundering, there are a whole lot of nervous Republican Senators up for re-election.
More Republican officeholders are distancing themselves from Donald Trump, but it’s time to start wondering what took them so long,
Republican officials are running away from Donald Trump the way they’d run away from a horde of mosquitoes infected with the Zika virus.
Republican leaders and politicians continue to distance themselves from their party’s presumptive nominee.
Donald Trump’s latest outbursts are causing Republicans to move away from him faster than you can say “electoral disaster.”
With top Republicans recoiling from the realization that the GOP is stuck with Trump in 2016, the ground seems to be being prepared for a conflict that could tear the GOP apart regardless of who wins in November.
An increasing number of Republican politicians are finding reasons to skip the Republican National Convention.
Conservatives are doing all they can to make sure Merrick Garland does not get either a hearing or a vote in the Senate, and it’s working.
Another Republican Senator has broken ranks and called for hearings on the nomination of Merrick Garland, as another poll shows most Americans support hearings as well.
It increasingly appears that the GOP is on the losing side of the argument over whether to hold hearings and a vote on the nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court.
President Obama has selected his nominee to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court, now the question is whether the Senate will act.
Notwithstanding polling that indicates the American public disagrees with them, Senate Republicans emerged from a meeting today largely united on the idea of not giving any Supreme Court nominee named by President a hearing, or even the courtesy of a meeting.
Conservatives are sending a message to Senate Republicans about the vacancy on the Supreme Court, and it may require them to initiate a suicidal game plan.
Republicans are putting much on the line in their refusal to consider any Supreme Court nomination from President Obama.
The no-fly list is a flawed, arbitrary mess that has kept innocent people from flying for years. Using it to deny people rights recognized by the Constitution is, quite honestly, insane.
For good reason, many Republicans are worried about the prospect that Donald Trump could end up winning the Republican nominee, but they don’t seem to have a plan to stop him.
Political reality shows us that the shootings in Charleston are not going to have any appreciable impact on the likelihood of any type of gun control law passing anywhere outside of the bluest of the blue states.
Senate Republicans are working on legislation to fix the PPACA’s subsidies if the Supreme Court rules against the Federal Government in June.
Conditioning an Iranian nuclear deal on recognition of Israel is foolish, unrealistic, and very bad diplomacy.
Scott Walker’s response to the Iranian nuclear deal is perhaps the most irresponsible so far.
The Iranian nuclear accords are barely 24 hours old and some people have already made up their mind about them.
Some Republicans are trying to move their party in the right direction on marriage equality, but it’s unclear if they will succeed in the short term.
For some reason, Republicans want to change filibuster rules even though it’s unclear that they’ll still hold the Senate after 2016.
If the GOP wins the Senate in November, their majority could prove to be fleeting.
A Reuters political blogger has set tongues wagging about the possibility another First Lady might run for the U.S. Senate.
Preserving the filibuster.
Are these four men our last, best hope for a deal that will end the shutdown and avoid breaching the debt ceiling?