Sen. Rand Paul’s new book has been a complete bomb, as the Republican presidential candidate has sold only 500 copies in two weeks.
A Georgia woman has been illegally arrested and had her constitutional rights violated after a social worker told police officers that she terminated her pregnancy by taking abortion pills.
Chris Christie’s very public mental collapse continued today with a demand that the media apologize to him for reporting the facts on Bridgegate.
President Obama took a shot a Senate Republicans in his statement about Loretta Lynch’s confirmation by completely ignoring Mitch McConnell and the Republicans who finally voted for her to be the next Attorney General.
MSNBC has found another way to alienate their alleged audience. MSNBC has decided to cancel Joy Reid while keeping Ronan Farrow on the air.
Speaker Boehner refused to answer directly whether he believes the Department of Homeland Security would shut down when pressed repeatedly by reporters. The media kept pushing Boehner on his promise that Homeland Security would not shut down. The result was a busted Speaker who was caught in a lie.
Democrats are asking the right questions and demanding that Republicans hold hearings and investigate whether the CDC and NIH had appropriate funding levels in the areas necessary to combat Ebola.
As we head into precarious midterm elections, President Obama needs to stop trying to explain why he feels it’s necessary to strike ISIL and instead he needs to call out Republicans more.
With Republicans losing both the governor and Senate races in Kansas, the GOP is deploying the dream duo of Rick Perry and Sarah Palin to the state to help their sinking candidates.
Sarah Palin is still bitter that she isn’t in the White House, but the Obama family would never take part in a drunken brawl like the Palins did last weekend in Alaska.
Noted plagiarist Sen. Rand Paul wrote in an editorial today about the need to demilitarize the police. However, this wasn’t Paul’s own idea. Democratic Rep. Hank Johnson first wrote about his legislation in March.
In an interview with The Economist, President Obama took apart the Republican myth that his economy has been bad for business.
In deplorable moment, on a wretched network, Sen. John McCain called President Obama and his administration cowardly on Fox News.
Noted traitor to her country, Sarah Palin is accusing President Obama of helping Osama Bin Laden because he negotiated the release of captured soldier Bowe Bergdahl.
Republicans have decided that they want to give the Koch brothers even more power, so the RNC is suing the FEC for the power to steal your vote by taking unlimited Koch dollars.
Harry Reid must be pretty confident about 2014, because on Tuesday, which is primary day for Mitch McConnell, he threatened to change the Senate rules again to kill GOP filibusters.
One day after John Boehner claimed that he had nothing to do with fundraising off of Benghazi, the NRCC sent out a letter signed by Boehner that is raising money off of Benghazi.
It is an election year, which means that Republicans and the emo-prog left have returned to attempt to depress Democratic voter turnout by claiming that Democrats and Republicans are the same. Today, we put a stake through the heart of a lie that must die.
In a classic case of projection, Sarah Palin wished everyone a Happy Martin Luther King Day then in best finger wagging fashion told President Obama to stop playing the race card.
President Obama will be sitting down with Senate Democrats for a discussion about priorities, and odds are keeping the heat on Republicans in 2014.