Last January 1, some of us made a series of predictions. Here’s how we did.
Outgoing Senator Jim Webb is making another attempt at passing the Stolen Valor Act, deemed unconstitutional last year by the US Supreme Court.
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.
The GOP’s hopes of taking over the Senate in 2012 have all but slipped away, but there is another option.
OTB bloggers give their best guesses on the House and Senate races.
It’s looking less likely that the GOP will be able to gain control of the Senate.
Todd Akin says he’s staying in the race, but his party is abandoning him.
Electing Romney hardly means repeal of the PPACA, even if he will make it sound that way.
The battle is on for control of the Senate, but whoever wins is likely to have a very slim majority.
Elizabeth Warren’s Senate campaign stumbled badly this week.
A Northeastern Republican announces retirement. And GOP hopes for control of the Senate in 2013 become more tenuous.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has set the House GOP adrift.
Some Republicans are starting to realize just how badly the House GOP has messed up this time.
There’s no consensus for European-style social democracy or a Randian libertarian paradise.
Rush Limbaugh, who three years ago said Mitt Romney embodied all three legs of the conservative stool today declared that Romney is not a conservative. He was right both times.
Democrats are fearing the President’s jobs plan will be underwhelming. Based on initial reports, it looks like their fears are well-placed.
Newt Gingrich’s entire senior presidential staff has resigned.
Voters in New York State may help move the budget debate on Capitol Hill.
Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown was a Tea Party darling when he picked up Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat last year, but he’s not embracing the movement as he prepares to run for re-election next year.