The emergence of a silly talking point.
The emergence of a silly talking point.
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.
Republicans attack an attorney for doing his job. So much for that whole “constitutional conservative” thing, I guess.
Once again, the threat of the “nuclear option” appears to have had less megatonnage than some expected and others hoped.
Entirely unsurprisingly, the shooting at the Family Research Center’s office in Washington, D.C. is already being politicized.
Most of the early reaction on the right consider’s the selection of Paul Ryan a smart move on Mitt Romney’s part, but you could also say it’s just risky.
Is Mitt Romney the least experienced major-party presidential nominee since1940?
At least some of Mitt Romney”s investment money sits in offshore accounts in the Cayman Islands. Does it matter?
Another death row inmate. Another case of prosecutorial misconduct from the office of Harry Connick, Sr.
Do the Republican candidates believe that American citizens have a right to privacy? Someone should ask them.
Thanks to their own ineptitude, House Republicans suffered a big defeat this week. They totally deserved it.
Iowa Republicans fear that a Ron Paul win on Jan. 3rd will destroy the credibility of their caucuses.
Gingrich has some pretty radical ideas about separation of powers.
Did you know there was another GOP debate last night? Well, you didn’t miss much.
The most disturbing part of Saturday’s debate came when most of the GOP candidates endorsed torture.
One would like to think that if a governor seeks the impeachment of the head of an independent commission that said governor could, well, explain why. One would be mistaken, however.
Rick Perry has gotten the most and best coverage thus far in the campaign. President Obama has gotten mostly negative coverage.
Why do pundits who are consistently wrong keep getting invited to be on television?
Is Mitt Romney’s religion returning as an issue for Republican voters?
Dick Morris has a penchant for counter-intuitive analysis. And for being wildly wrong.
With the economy at the forefront of the public’s mind, the GOP needs to be careful in its response to President Obama’s new jobs bill.
There was a somewhat disturbing moment during last night’s GOP Debate.
Supreme Court nominees were confirmed quite easily within recent memory. What’s changed?
As Hurricane Irene makes its way up the East Coast, Ron Paul says disaster relief isn’t a job for the Federal Government.
Steve Benen has coined the phrase “Thank America Last” to describe those avoiding praise of President Obama for success in Libya.
Denying the Tea Party’s role in the downgrade of U.S. debt is to deny reality.
House Republicans are being criticized for utilizing a tactic they learned from Senate Democrats.
Three new polls provide a warning to both sides of the debt negotiations, but mostly to Republicans.
The GOP’s debt ceiling stance appears to be making some in business uneasy.
While unemployment remains stubbornly high, Washington is spending its time fighting over the budget deficit
As Congress left town for the long weekend, the Senate Minority Leader threw a grenade into the budget negotiations.
Montana Congressman Denny Rehberg is catching some flak for complaining that he’s “struggling like everyone else” despite a net worth in the millions.
The “No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act” would remove the exception for non-forcible rape.
It only seems fair to take an entire tweet, lengthy though it may be, into account when reacting.
Newt Gingrich is drawing fire for his comments about that the President has a “Kenyan world view.” But, will Newt every pay the price for his inflammatory rhetoric ? Don’t count on it.
Washington Monthly ranks colleges “based on what they are doing for the country — on whether they’re improving social mobility, producing research, and promoting public service” rather than “wealth, exclusivity, and prestige.” Too bad they don’t hire that way.