The fact that physical appearance weighed heavily into Trump's cabinet picks is outrageous, but it's not surprising.
Sens. Bob Corker (R-TN) and Joni Ernst (R-IA) are the latest Republicans to announce that they have no interest in being Donald Trump's running mate. It seems that nobody with a political future has any interest in being Trump's VP.
John Kerry dismissed Senator Bob Corker's fantasies about a world where Iran's nuclear knowledge can be made to magically disappear.
The current President, Barack Obama, will go down in history for providing tens-of-millions of Americans with access to affordable health care, restoring diplomatic relations with Cuba, an historic climate change deal with China, and with the stroke of his pen, ceding executive branch authority over foreign policy to a Congress loyal to a foreign national.
The latest outrage, the open letter signed by 47 Republican senators, is the greatest sign to date that the spoiled little children are throwing a fit and are furious they are not allowed to be president and control foreign policy.
Only Republicans would see a war slipping through their fingers as a loss, and losing this chance is almost too much for John Boehner to bear
By blocking the workforce's efforts at creating a works council at the Chattanooga plant, Republicans also blocked VW expansion for Tennessee and the entire southern United States.
The late Friday votes are in and yet another union is kept out. Workers at the Chattanooga Volkswagen plant were given the opportunity to join the UAW and they said no.
Besides a clarion call for confederate rebels to oppose Northern invaders, the Republican interference in a private business is sheer hypocrisy when they claim to be champions of free enterprise and oppose government interference with business.
Today's Republican Party reminds us of another political party in our nation's history. Republicans should be cognizant of this history.
The hearings on Syria did not answer every reasonable question about a possible U.S. punitive strike, but they exposed some questions as unreasonable.
At a closed door meeting, things got ugly among Senate Republicans by expressing their displeasure with the filibuster deal, at at one point literally calling bulls**t on Mitch McConnell.
On ABC's This Week, Senator Bob Corker, (R-TN), concern trolled about the 'temperament' of Republican former Senator Chuck Hagel, whom Obama has nominated as Secretary of Defense.
After Sen. Jim Bunning gave up his filibuster, the Senate quickly passed an extension of jobless benefits 78-19. All 19 of the no votes were from Republicans, and of those eight of them came from states that face higher than the national average unemployment rates and seven of these senators come from the South. This is the kind of ideologically driven vote that could come back to haunt Republicans in November.