A local newspaper lashed out at Kirk's extreme rhetoric on the Iran deal, calling him the love child of Michele Bachmann and Ted Cruz.
In a stark contrast with Bernie Sanders' appearances, Trump was less interested in the issues than in convoluted stories and justifications for his behavior.
With the state budget forecast to have a 400 million dollar shortfall, Kansas Republicans are finally acknowledging that the massive GOP tax cuts approved under Governor Sam Brownback have not generated the revenue Republican lawmakers promised. The right-wing Kansas Legislature is now contemplating the unthinkable — raising taxes to plug the budget hole.
At a craft brewery in Hampton, New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton called out her Republican presidential opponents for sacrificing American jobs to appease the billionaire Koch Brothers and talk radio Tea Party extremists.
It is hard to believe Jeb Bush really wants to be president, with the things he says. Maybe it's just that he's missing a Dick Cheney of his own
A national PPP poll finds that 32 percent of Republican voters believe "the government is trying to take over Texas".
A Monmouth University Poll found that Chris Christie is exceedingly unpopular in his home state even with Republicans.
Take heart my Hispanic and Latino brothers and sisters. You're not the only ones whose presence in the U.S. makes Republican's skin crawl. At least if the parsed bigotry of South Carolina Republican Representative Trey Gowdy and some of his colleagues and constituents is any indication.
Texas GOP Congressman Louie Gohmert issued a statement on May 5, 2015, that gives voice to the bizarre Jade Helm 15 conspiracy theory.
Although the Florida Republican Party has one-party control of the state government, they are simply unable and unwilling to govern.
During a week when both Tea Party darling Marco Rubio and Fox "News" nemesis Hillary "Benghazi" Clinton announced they are running to be the next President of the United States, it's instructive to contrast the stark difference in how the two candidates are covered on the Fox "News" Channel.
Hillary Clinton leads Scott Walker 52-40 in his home state, and Russ Feingold is up 54-38 over GOP Senator Ron Johnson.
PoliticusUSA's Friday Fox Follies writer, Headly Westerfield, reports from the Marco Rubio Campaign Kick-Off in Miami.
In a radio interview, former GOP Congresswoman Michele Bachmann asserted that President Obama's policies will lead to World War III.
Montana's House voted 54-46 to approve federal subsidies for Medicaid expansion, with 13 Republicans joining 41 Democrats to pass the bill.
A PPP poll shows Ted Cruz pulling into contention with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
I still believe there are points to be made about the issue of California attorney, Matthew Gregory McLaughlin and his "Sodomite Suppression Act" (SSA).
Hypocritical Republican lawmakers like Ted Cruz could have gone for a "private market" solution, but instead they chose to let you subsidize their healthcare via Obamacare.
When Pink Floyd sang that "we don't need no education," I don't think church ministries are what they had in mind.
"I am running for president and I hope to earn your support," Ted Cruz tweeted last night. Does he really think he can get it?