Senator Tom Cotton argues that discrimination against gays in the US shouldn’t be a priority, since we aren’t hanging them like Iran does.
Nebraska tabled a bill that would have extended conceal and carry to military spouses, because the law could apply to same-sex couples.
On Friday, the Republican controlled Wyoming Senate voted 19-11 to reject Medicaid expansion.
Mitch McConnell goes bumper sticker slogan and dogs to avoid talking about his secretive policy agenda.
It was a busy weekend for Tennessee State Senator Jim Summerville. The outgoing lawmaker, who lost in the Republican primary in August and subsequently quit the party, was arrested twice for harassing and threatening a female neighbor of his.
Democrat Michelle Nunn is leading her Republican opponent for the first time in the Georgia Senate race. Nunn leads Perdue by three points among likely voters in a new poll.
After showing Scarborough ranting about Mrs. Clinton’s book tour and making appearances in early primary states while not announcing her intentions to run, Stewart gloriously took down Scarborough and highlighted his complete and total hypocrisy.
A new poll released Thursday by Suffolk University and the Boston Herald shows that Republican Scott Brown trails Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) by 10 points in his bid to defeat the incumbent.
A Republican lawmaker thinks it might have been a good thing James Holmes had a 100 round magazine, because they are prone to malfunction.
On Tuesday evening, Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis released her campaign’s fundraising figures for the last half of 2013 and they were nothing short of amazing.
South Carolina senator Tim Scott declined an invitation to the March on Washington. Knowing his constituency, you can understand why.
Asked if he regretted calling a constituent a “jerk” during a Tuesday town hall, Senator McCain (R-AZ) scoffed, “Of course not. I call people jerks all the time, and they call me jerks.”
Tennessee Republican state Senator Campfield said the “gay rights community are “the biggest bullies in the world” after he proposes bill to silence any mention of gays.
Rand Paul (R-KY) brought the shrillness to new heights today on the Senate floor, likening taxing rich people to ‘drowning’ them.
Idaho Sen. Michael Crapo is a strict social and fiscal conservative who doesn’t drink. Or so he says. He was arrested Sunday morning for a DUI in Virginia and is out on bail.