The sad fact of Republican fact-checking is that their fact-checking needs to be fact-checked, and this was never more true last night.
Continuing GOP civil war, Rep. Richard Nugent of Florida vents Tea Party dissatisfaction with John Boehner's leadership and competence.
It is amazing that Republicans who could not pass any legislation last year, spent the first four days of the 114th Congress stealing from women, retired and disabled Americas, large corporations' employees, and various government departments and the Executive Branch.
Keystone XL will create 35 permanent jobs, not even one person from every state in the Union. Maybe we should have a lottery for each state!
Republicans are upset that Steve Scalise might have trouble raising money for the party, because some donors might not want to be seen giving cash to a racist, neo-Nazi sympathizer.
Republicans are beginning the 114th Congress with the mindset that "nothing is going to get in the way of our team's focus on the Koch brothers' priorities" in quickly passing two bills the Koch brothers demand be acted on.
Tea Baggers love Louie Gohmert, which may explain why the man sounds barely sane to the rest of us. McCain got it in one: the man is an idiot
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.
Because he can't admit to the most likely explanation, insanity in his own party, Matt Drudge tweets the least likely explanation, blackmail
Rep. Marlin Stutzman (R-IN) is claiming that he was tricked by John Boehner and Republican House leadership into voting for the rule that allowed the government funding bill to move forward. Stutzman's statement matters because the rule passed by single vote, 214-212.
Just as they did after the 2012 elections, House Republicans decided to staff these committee leadership spots with middle-age (or just plain old) white guys. Of the 17 new assignments announced earlier this week, all of them are white males.
There is an idiom that parents and employers likely put in practice when an important task has to be completed correctly; "If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself." President Obama certainly understands that sentiment with a slight variation; if the nation wants anything done at all, the President has to do it himself due to Republicans who have done nothing since January 2009.
Boehner's reason for suing the President is another example of Republicans projecting their gross malfeasance on the African American in the White House; the only man in Washington working to grow the economy and create jobs for the American people.
Here we go again. During an interview with local Pennsylvania radio host Gary Sutton, Rep. Lou Barletta (R-PA) commented that House Republicans most likely have enough votes to impeach President Obama.
Former one-term Republican Congressman, and current Fox News analyst, Allen West took to his personal blog to write about the Boko Haram kidnappings on Monday.
The White House announced that the President will be releasing his budget very soon. One thing that will not be included in that budget is chained CPI.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the January enrollment numbers for the ACA and it can only be seen as good news.
Democrat Sandy Levin wasn't quite ready to let Republicans forget what they cost the country the last time they refused to raise the debt ceiling.
Apparently, realizing he was in a no-win situation, Boehner finally conceded on Tuesday morning and told his caucus that he will bring a a clean debt ceiling bill to the House floor on Wednesday.
It appears that Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) has a new plan for Republicans to apparently get a political victory out of raising the debt ceiling at the end of this month.