Similar to overpaid NFL "star" Jay Cutler's reign of terror as the starting quarterback for the Chicago Bears, the best thing we can say about the 113th session of Congress is that it's over.
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.
Following Obamacare's bumpy rollout, the GOP expected to campaign on a platform of repeal, repeal, repeal. However, as Americans have come to embrace much of the Affordable Care Act in substance, if not yet in name, campaigning on all out repeal has lost its luster.
A newly released PPP poll shows MItch McConnell clinging to a one point lead over his Democratic opponent, Alison Lundergan Grimes.
By all accounts, Sen. Mitch McConnell has violated Senate ethics standards and committed at least one federal crime; possibly two.
There is a contingent of gun fanatics driven by racial prejudice and gun lobby fear mongering who desperately long to initiate a revolutionary war over attempts to stop the senseless gun violence.