Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC has said that he won't try to use Benghazi as a fundraising issue. However, the NRCC and other Republicans aren't following that advice.
On a day where the unemployment rate fell to pre-financial crisis levels, and a month after private insurance enrollments through the ACA exceeded all expectations, Republicans decided to focus on the only thing they now think they can hammer President Obama on -- Benghazi.
This past week, President Obama designated his 10th national monument for preservation. Unsurprisingly, House Republicans had an issue with this.
If Democrats wish to neutralize the Tea Party's ability to harm the country, they cannot afford to wait until 2016 to mobilize.
Few states are as friendly to Tea Party candidates as Texas, but the Tea Party may very well come up short on Tuesday in the Republican primaries.
Broun asks a question based on a false premise: "does it fit the Judeo-Christian Biblical principles that our nation is founded upon?"
OK Senate candidate Jim Bridenstine (R) responded to a woman who advocated executing the President by pouring gasoline on her paranoid rage.
Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) and Doc Hastings (R-WA) are spearheading an effort in the US House to try to weaken the Endangered Species Act.
What Farah demands from Obama is that the president set aside the United States Constitution and embrace an imaginary Bible in its place
Sandy Levin scathingly destroyed Eric Cantor's silly claim that Obamacare was on "borrowed time" in his opening remarks during a House hearing.
Leave it to House Republicans to find a way to both enrage their base and alienate an entire voting bloc all in a single afternoon.
School lunches were confiscated from dozens of grade school children at Uintah Elementary School this week.
Congressman Randy Weber (R-TX) disrespectfully tweeted from the House floor that Obama was a Socialist Dictator shortly before the President's State of the Union Address.
Since when was it ever the intention of the U.S. Constitution that one branch should be able to not balance another, but to nullify it?
I wrote just the other day that Americans should not expect any major progress on immigration reform in 2014. In that post, I pointed to William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC), who is on record for warning that if the Tea Party can’t stop immigrant “invasion” there will be violent revolution.
North Carolina Republican Renee Ellmers' district has been redrawn as heavily Republican, but she may be facing a challenge from a big name.
Wealthy donors have pooled together a million dollars to form a super-PAC to oust Florida GOP Congressman Trey Radel.
Ask yourselves this: in what way will allowing more "icky brown people" into the country going to improve election prospects for Republican candidates who preach an America for white Evangelical males?
The Republican remedy for losing seems to be to refuse to accept defeat. Can't win an election? Revolt! Arrest the winner!
The Republicans insist that because pretty much any Islamic terrorist you care to name is al Qaeda that al Qaeda was behind the Benghazi attack