While Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes was addressing 16,000 Kentuckians last night, Sen. Mitch McConnell spoke to a virtually empty room of 250 people while campaigning with Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA).
What makes newspapers actions more despicable is that they are not owned by the Kochs, but they are using so-called “opinion and editorial” pages to promote Republican candidates, and push Kochs brother ideology and vision for America as the country’s salvation.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie got into a confrontation with a former Asbury Park City Councilman who was part of a group of protesters demanding Christie “finish the job” when it comes to rebuilding the Jersey Shore in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
For the second time in two months, a law firm has dumped Speaker of the House John Boehner and refused to represent House Republicans in their lawsuit against President Obama.
The problem with Halloween isn’t kids walking around in scary costumes and falling prey to Satanic influences; Jesus has identified a far more dangerous group – the rich
For the first time in this mid-term election cycle, South Carolina politics suddenly got interesting. The state’s just been politically “Ervinized.”
Alison Lundergan Grimes already had Elizabeth Warren and will have Hillary Clinton campaigning with her this week. Grimes is going for the knockout punch on Mitch McConnell by bringing for President Bill Clinton back to Kentucky.
In a poll released Wednesday by the Garin-Hart-Yang Research Group, Rep, Bruce Braley (D-IA) holds a commanding lead with early voters in Iowa’s open US Senate race compared to his Republican opponent, Joni Ernst.
Things continue to get worse for Sen. Mitch McConnell. Not only has McConnell spent tens of thousands of dollars on fake supporters, but one of the women featured in an ad touting women who support McConnell isn’t from Kentucky, and has never voted.
In Iowa today, Hillary Clinton claimed that Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst has disqualified herself from office by refusing to answer questions.
President Obama called Republicans who are promoting fear and cowardice as an answer to the Ebola outbreak. Obama dropped the facts on those who looking to create hysteria for political gain.
President Obama is scheduled to make an address at the White House Wednesday afternoon. A number of healthcare workers who have treated Ebola victims will be in attendance.
The month of October has brought about a change in the ratings at MSNBC as Hardball with Chris Matthews replaced Rachel Maddow’s show as the most watched program on the network.
A study of economic data over the past 75 years revealed that Democratic presidents create twice as many jobs and three times more job growth than Republicans.
While out on the road campaigning Tuesday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Dismissed reporters’ questions about a potential lawsuit regarding Christie’s order to forcibly quarantine a nurse who had recently returned from West Africa.
According to Georgia Republican Senate candidate David Perdue, his only reason for serving is to prosecute Democrats and President Obama because he does not approve of the “direction of this country.”
Sen. Mitch McConnell has had to spend nearly $75,000 flying in people who pretend to be his supporters at campaign events.
Late Tuesday evening, CNN reported that Ferguson police chief Tom Jackson is expected to step down from his position as part of a larger effort to reform the city’s embattled police department. Jackson may announce his resignation as early as next week.
Pope Francis has declared that evolution and the Big Bang are facts, no longer to be debated, saying of evolution: When we read about Creation in Genesis, we run the risk of imagining God was a magician, with a magic wand able to do everything. But that is not so. He created human beings and […]
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