Democrats are not prone to demean a fellow Democrat’s character and it is an inclination many Democrats wish Senator Sanders would embrace.
After spending just 8 dollars and 74 cents, the "Stop Chris Christie" PAC is declaring mission accomplished and calling it quits.
After the FEC ruled Guinta accepted over 300K in illegal donations, NH Republicans and prominent newspapers called for his resignation.
Apparently Republican corruption has reached such a level that blatant lying and obvious violation of campaign disclosure laws is part and parcel of what it means to be a Republican; at least a Republican Senate candidate.
McConnell asserted that belief in, and support for, the government is "an act of true radicalism," something that makes the Founding Fathers and the great majority of Americans "true radicals."
Republicans have campaigned on an anti-government platform for the past two elections and they have succeeded in hampering the government through their spending cuts and their precious sequester.
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.
By all accounts, Sen. Mitch McConnell has violated Senate ethics standards and committed at least one federal crime; possibly two.