We won’t have Sean Spicer to ikick around anymore.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has hit the bottom of the barrel.
House Republicans are vowing to continue their investigations even if Hillary Clinton wins the White House.
This is not exactly what Rick Perry had hoped he’d be doing this fall.
The Supreme Court has given the GOP a way out of a battle that they are going to lose anyway.
Peggy Noonan asks an interesting question.
Being Speaker of the House has become much more of a difficult job than it used to be.
Recent anti-corruption measures have contributed to making American government worse.
Congressman Frank Wolf (R-VA) took to the floor yesterday to lambaste Grover Norquist and his influence over the GOP.
Tom DeLay is a sleazebag and has been found guilty by an Austin jury for skirting the law. But it may in fact be a miscarriage of justice despite the victim being as unsympathetic as it gets.
Pundits and partisans constantly overreact to the momentary mood expressed in a single election. The Republicans have already rebounded from 2008. The Democrats will recover from 2010.
While it will be difficult, the idea that Lisa Murkowski could win a write-in bid to retain her Senate seat is not at all implausible.
While Republicans will likely take over some key governorships and state legislature after November’s midterms, America’s changing demographics will limit their ability to gerrymander safe districts.