It’s been a pretty wild year for Brad Parscale. He originally came onto the political scene by taking care of Donald Trump’s digital campaign in 2016. He impressed the president so much that he was made the 2020 campaign manager.
If you're wondering why Republican leaders refuse to act after such unspeakable violence, just follow the money.
Repealing the Johnson Amendment will create a loophole in campaign disclosure laws; nonpartisanship is a cornerstone principle that has strengthened the public’s trust of the charitable community.
Not only will the swamp remain under a President Donald Trump – it may be deeper and murkier than ever.
Trump did project his real intent to run for president saying, "I could be the first presidential candidate to run and make money on it."
Democrats are not prone to demean a fellow Democrat’s character and it is an inclination many Democrats wish Senator Sanders would embrace.
The claim that Donald Trump funds his own campaign has always been misleading. Now the billionaire can't even pretend it's true.
The super PAC in question said they 'appreciate the irony' and would 'rather not be doing this' but they 'want to see Bernie as president'
The Kochs want to convince Americans that they really love America. They just hate that America has a government they do not yet control
Most Americans are unaware, tragically, that America is dangerously close to becoming a fully-fledged plutocracy run by the Koch brothers
Sen. Bernie Sanders is calling out the corporate owned media for turning a blind eye to the Koch brothers attempt steal your freedom by buying the government.
The only scandal in Washington is Darrell Issa, and it is high time he faces an investigation into why he instructed the inspector general for tax administration to investigate teabaggers with extra scrutiny, profit from the so-called IRS "scandal," and waste untold taxpayer dollars
It appears Americans are being kept unawares again as the Koch's so-called grass-roots organization, the teabaggers, have asked for an FEC exemption on campaign finance disclosure rules.
Nearly 180 ballot measures face a vote on Tuesday. Here are a few of the most consequential initiatives to watch.
The RNC arguing in court that it is unconstitutional to deny direct corporate sponsorship of a candidate or committee.
What exactly does the modern day conservative stand for? They’ve got a lot of confusion going on there, and not too many solid, consistent values. We’ve got regression, rage, and stupidity as an on-going theme, and the omni-present hatred of the “other”.
Senior White House advisor David Axelrod was on Meet the Press today, where defended Obama's criticism of the recent Supreme Court decision on campaign finance at the State of the Union. Axelrod said, "I certainly think it was appropriate for the president to talk about the threat that this decision brings to our democracy."
Palin's most powerful nemesis, McCain/Palin campaign strategist Steve Schmidt, will soon return the fire Palin unloaded on him from her book, “Going Rogue”. Operation Palin Apocalypse officially commences Sunday night when Schmidt appears on 60 minutes. The only question remaining is how low will they go? This is the GOP after all. The party of Rovian election tactics.
Former Republican Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich was on NBC's Meet The Press today, and he gave the strongest indication yet that the GOP strategy for 2010 and 2012 is to run against the healthcare bill. He said, "I suspect every Republican running in '10 and again in '12 will run on an absolute pledge to repeal this bill."
Even though the mainstream media loves to talk about the toll that the healthcare debate is taking on the Democratic Party, there has been a large positive upside for the Democrats. The healthcare debate has re energized progressives and fueled a surge in Democratic fund raising. Democrats are currently out raising Republicans at a 3 to 1 pace ahead of the 2010 elections.