Here in North Dakota, since the last election cycle, Democrats have been attacking Republicans for supposed corruption stemming from financial relations between them and the companies they regulate. Public Service Commissioner BrianShow More Summary
Click here to view this media ABC's Jonathan Karl and his part in helping to feed the scandal-mongering over Benghazi wasn't the only recent Republican drummed up outrage Stephen Colbert decided to take on during this Monday's show.Show More Summary
Big-name Republicans are not coming out of the woodwork yet to challenge Al Franken in Minnesota's 2014 U.S. Senate race, and there is not much chatter of the GOP picking off one of the five DFL-held U.S. House seats either....
As the old saying goes, beware of Greeks bearing gifts; but as the new saying goes, beware even more of Republicans bearing bribes. In either case, one could get destroyed (or at least corrupted) from the inside by trusting the wrong people. Show More Summary
(WASHINGTON) — House Republicans pushed through a bill Wednesday to bypass the president to speed approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to Texas. Democrats criticized the legislation as a blatant attempt to allow a foreign company to avoid environmental review. Show More Summary
The GOP's new strategy in Virginia So you're a Republican politician in Virginia and your whack-a-doodle party has just nominated a whack-a-doodle wingnut named E.W. Jackson to be its nominee for lieutenant governor. What do you do? Apparently, you stand mute: “I’m not going to comment on him,” said Rep. Show More Summary
Click here to view this media The Republican nominee for lieutenant governor in Virginia says that he is a Christian and has no reason to apologize for his history against of hate speech against LGBT people, liberals and abortion providers. It was only after African-American minister E.W. Show More Summary
Stephen Fincher, a deranged Republican congressman from Tennessee, is very angry that the federal government is committed to preventing poor people from starving to death: Republican Congressman Stephen Fincher of Tennessee, who supports...Show More Summary
Hmmm... At the AP, via @conartcritic. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is gearing up for re-election next year, his third race in four years. But the Republican?s courting of out-of-state donors and conservatives, his plans to visit Iowa this week and...
The possible 2014 gubernatorial battle royale between Rick Scott and Charlie Crist continues to sizzle, as the Republican Party of Florida has begun its campaign of contrasting the two men on their past records as governor of Florida. Show More Summary
Right now, the Louisiana Legislature is considering legislation to force Governor Jindal to accept the Medicaid expansion portion of Obamacare, and some Republican legislators are supporting it. While I may not agree with our governor 100 percent of the time, Gov. Show More Summary
Not even as far as he can throw 'em.
The Hill reports on the outlook for the second year of the sequester, which will reduce spending in FY2014 from $1.043 trillion to $967 billion. In all likelihood, the $76 billion in additional austerity will come from another round of indiscriminate cuts. Show More Summary
In an interview with Congressman Tom Cole on Wednesday's NBC Today about the tornado that devastated his hometown of Moore, Oklahoma, co-host Matt Lauer saw an opportunity to hit congressional Republicans for daring to oppose pork barrel...Show More Summary
The debate over Medicaid expansion has devolved into a GOP platform for grandstanding about the health reform law and the Obama administration. But an NPR article from Tuesday shines a light on what, exactly, most Republican governors’ refusal to expand Medicaid will mean for real Americans by examining poor communities in a state headed by [...]
As you may have noticed, the biggest problem with the IRS scandal (from the perspective of Republicans) is that it remains stubbornly removed from the President himself. It's all well and good to get a couple of scalps from mid-level...Show More Summary
By Frank Moraes After reading John Dean's take on the recent scandals, I noticed that another of my favorite conservatives, Ramesh Ponnuru had waded into these waters with "'Obama Scandals' Could Actually Hurt Republicans." I love those scare quotes in the title. Show More Summary
Rep. Darrell Issa is hauling Lerner back before Congress and says she has no Fifth Amendment rights at this point. The California Republican said Lerner’s Fifth Amendment right to avoid self-incrimination was voided when she gave an opening statement this morning denying any wrongdoing and professing pride in her government service. “When I asked her [...]
From the May 22 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: Previously: NOW President Calls Out Limbaugh's "Hate" and "Bullying" Tactics Rush Limbaugh's Decades Of Sexism And Misogyny Republican "War On Women" Is Not A Left-Wing Invention