Donald Trump and his defenders just aren't big fans of free speech unless it's used to shower this president with praise.
An arm of the Republican Party has spent $400,000 purchasing copies of a book written by one it congressmen. A political campaign filing revealed the expenditure.
The National Republican Congressional Committee spent the large sum of money on 25,500 copies of Rep. Dan Crenshaw’s book Fortitude. They used their copies as part of a fundraising drive.
Senator Ben Sasse should apologize to a high school graduating class after suggesting they were fat and lazy. That’s the view of at least one member of the school board.
The Republican addressed the students from his former school, Fremont high in Nebraska, as part of their graduation. Sasse used the virtual address to attack China and even the graduates themselves.
Trump, along with his supporters in Congress and right-wing propaganda machine on TV, have turned this pandemic into another red vs. blue political fight.
Republicans are trying to rewrite history on Obamacare, but they don't get to tout the benefits of a law they have been trying to kill since day one.
Republicans in the Senate, led by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, called Nancy Pelosi's new $3 trillion coronavirus relief package dead on arrival.
When Republicans have an opportunity to actually invest in working people, they want to lecture the country on government spending.
Donald Trump and too many Republican governors across the country are putting politics and dollar signs ahead of public safety.
In a newly surfaced letter, Obama slammed Republicans for launching a politically-motivated investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) slammed Donald Trump on Tuesday after he attacked her for – wait for it – eating ice cream.
Since early in his presidential campaign, Trump has shown a complete lack of respect for McCain, a man who fought and nearly died for his country.
A pro-Trump Republican congressman said on Tuesday that he would rather see more Americans die than keep the U.S. economy shut down.
It appears that Sen. Susan Collins' spineless refusal to stand up to Donald Trump is going to cost her a U.S. Senate seat.
Wisconsin Republicans forced voters in their state to turn out in person in the middle of a pandemic, hoping to keep turnout low.
Former RNC chair Michael Steele blasted Republicans on Saturday for following Donald Trump off a cliff on access to mail-in voting.
The GOP took advantage of a deadly pandemic because they knew a low turnout election gave them the best chance to win a Supreme Court seat.
A handful of states run by Republican governors still haven't issued stay-at-home orders as the coronavirus outbreak worsens across the country.
The efforts of responsible governors become almost meaningless when states run by Donald Trump clones decide not to take action to protect their people.
Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb has called on Texas and Florida to do more to contain the spread of Covid-19. Dr. Gottlieb told CNBC that the states’ governors needed to take action.
“I think the real wild card here and the decision point on whether or not we’re gonna have the bad outcome that Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx talked about is what populous states like Texas and Florida do,” he said.
Donald Trump's failed management of this health crisis will almost certainly result in thousands of Americans needlessly dying.