It is true that all Republicans are blatant hypocrites, but now that go-it-alone awesome Texas experienced a little anthropogenic climate change weather, the Lone Star State's Republicans, both tea party and mainstream Republicans alike, are demanding some of those hated "federal government handouts" they oppose for other Americans whether it is for food, housing, healthcare, or disaster relief.
Republican Senate Candidate Joni Ernst could be in some hot water over county public contracts awarded to her father's company when she served as the county's auditor. Ernst is running against Democrat Bruce Braley for Iowa's open US Senate seat.
On Wednesday, President Obama met with Republican Texas Governor Rick Perry, along with other political and religious leaders in Texas, to discuss the ongoing crisis concerning migrant children from Central America being detained at the border. Perry then ran to Fox News.
Well, that sure didn't take long. Alex Jones, crazy right-wing conspiracy theorist and con artist, took to his radio show on Monday to claim that the Las Vegas shooting that took place on Sunday was a false flag operation to turn public sentiment against the so-called patriot movement.
Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie held his first town hall meeting with the state's citizens since the whole Bridgegate scandal broke open. Christie also pre-screened the audience so that no questions about Bridgegate were asked.
President Obama declared an emergency in the State of Georgia after birther Gov. Nathan Deal failed to respond appropriately to the severe winter storm.
Freedom Industries knew the 70 to 80 year-old tanks were in desperate need of replacement and did not want to spend the money to repair them because regulations did not require them to.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) claimed he couldn't support aid for Sandy victims because of the 'pork', but now he's calling for all available resources for Texas.
With more than 780 troops still on state active duty in Massachusetts, the National Guard's warning about the sequester cuts should serve as an impetus for Republicans.
Upon hearing that Louisiana lost track of $700 million dollars of federal money, the first thing a Republican Senator does is call for is more oversight.
Kansas Republican Rep. Tim Huelskamp told AFA Director of Issues Analysis Bryan Fischer that he saw no real need for disaster relief for Hurricane Sandy victims.
President Obama used his weekly address to remind us that Thanksgiving is a time to put aside our differences after a hard fought campaign.
As the President praised leaders from different parties working together, the Romney camp is threatening Chris Christie for working with Obama.
With Hurricane Sandy, Republican fantasy met the facts on the ground and lost; our shared reality is more potent than wishful thinking
As we mourn for those whose lives were lost in Sandy and those who lost their homes and businesses, we can take heart that there are elected officials working together for Americans.
Chris Christie is openly defying his party by praising President Obama's handling of Hurricane Sandy one week before Election Day.
As Sandy bears down, we flash back to when Mitt Romney called disaster relief 'immoral' and wanted to privatize it because it added to the debt.