Mitch McConnell is testing out his spine again.
Mitch McConnell is testing out his spine again.
The Party of Lincoln went over the cliff like lemmings in support. It’s tough to see how they recover.
Iowa Republicans have had enough of being represented by a racist buffoon.
Iowa Congressman Steve King finds himself low on campaign cash and with virtually no support from his party.
Congressman Steve King has some rather unique views about human history.
Steve King, who has recently come under attack for a long history of racist remarks, is facing a strong challenge for the GOP nomination in 2020.
Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is the latest entrant into an already crowded Democratic field.
Steve King isn’t backing down from his history of white supremacy and racism. And he’s also running for re-election.
The House GOP has moved to rebuke Iowa Congressman for his racist remarks. What took them so long?
Iowa’s Steve King has long expressed anti-immigrant and racist views, now he’s asking why that’s a bad thing.
Congressman Steve King’s anti-immigrant, xenophobic rhetoric hasn’t bothered his constituents for twenty years, but he suddenly finds himself the focus of controversy and possibly vulnerable. It couldn’t happen to a more well-deserving guy.
Former Republican Governor Tim Pawlenty failed in his comeback effort last night, confirming yet again that the GOP is now the Trump Party.
Either the President of the United States is a knowing liar or he is very easily duped. Neither is a comforting thought.
The White House’s immigration plan is facing opposition in both chambers of Congress from moderate and conservative Republicans alike.
Inconceivably, Steve Bannon thought that clashing with President Trump’s daughter and son-in-law was a good idea. He’s likely learned his lesson now.
Iowa Congressman Steve King is causing controversy yet again with his comments in support of far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders.
Donald Trump’s admiration and praise for the dictatorial leader of Russia should be sufficient reason to disqualify him from being President of the United States.
Rick Perry is endorsing Ted Cruz for President, leading to the question of why Ted Cruz thinks an endorsement from Rick Perry has any value whatsoever.
Ted Cruz surges to a lead in the latest Iowa poll, setting up a seemingly inevitable showdown between the Texas Senator and Donald Trump.
Paul Ryan has never really wanted to be Speaker Of The House, but he’s take the job if House Republicans meet the conditions he’s set out.
With just a day to go before House Republicans pick their candidate for Speaker, conservatives don’t seem to be able to unify behind a candidate.
Donald’s Trump’s campaign is the logical conclusion of more than a decade of emotion-drive, substance-free politics.
Republicans on Capitol Hill are talking about fundamentally changing what it means to be an American, and it’s a bad idea.
Another poll shows that Republicans are largely out of step with public opinion on the question of whether businesses should be free to refuse to provide services for same-sex weddings.
Ted Cruz and Steve King think the Court should be prevented from hearing any case involving same-sex marriage. Because they know they’re losing.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is now appealing to the worst aspects of economic populism on the right.
Conservatives finally seem to be waking up to the truth about Sarah Palin.
Despite opposition from both Republicans and Democrats, the compromise budget resolution passed narrowly last night, but not without some last minute drama
It’s an old story. Republican leadership wants to avoid a government shutdown, but the hard core conservatives want a fight, this time over the President’s immigration action. We have a week to see how it unfolds.
Remember the border crisis? Yea, it’s not much of a crisis these days.
Tea Party backed candidates may have lost most of the GOP primary battles, but they’ve won the war for control of the Republican agenda.
For a party that says its not interested in impeachment, the GOP sure keeps bringing it up.
Republicans in the House seem determined to make life difficult for whomever wins the GOP nomination in 2016
The usual suspects are blocking any action at all on the border crisis.
Republicans are dismissing talk of impeachment as a Democratic fundraising ploy, but it may be they are protesting just a bit too much.
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.
To borrow a phrase from Stephen Colbert, if you want to understand how Congress works, you better know a District.
The latest House GOP pronouncements on immigration reform make it exceedingly unlikely that any bill will pass this year.
The GOP seems to be making the same mistakes that led to defeat in 2012.
If one is going to be in government, one ought to take governing seriously.