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Feinstein: I'll Be at Netanyahu Speech -— But I Won't Be 'Jumping Up and Down'

Unlike some of her Democratic colleagues, California senator Dianne Feinstein said she will attend Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech before Congress on Tuesday — but unlike her Republican counterparts, she’s “not going...Show More Summary

GOP will shoulder the blame for Homeland Security shutdown

Republicans know they'll be held responsible for gutting DHS. The question is whether or not the party actually cares.

Walker Hires Two Former RNC Aides In Political Roles

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is beefing up his political operation, hiring two former Republican National Committee staffers to serve as deputy political directors on his emerging campaign. Walker’s political group, Our American Revival, has hired Danny O’Driscoll and Wells Griffith, according to a spokesperson, adding to a team heavy with former talent from the Republican

How John Boehner Can End Republicans' Shutdown Addiction

After the Republican Party won big in the midterm elections, National Review published an editorial, “The Governing Trap,” arguing that the new GOP Congress should not even bother trying to govern. “The

Michigan May Allow Anyone to Refuse Service to Gays

Over the weekend, Republicans in the Michigan Statehouse passed a "license to discriminate" bill that would give just about anyone the right to refuse service to LGBT people if it conflicted with their religious beliefs. The broadlyShow More Summary

‘It’s Time for a New Republican Party’: Conservative Superstar Slams ‘Republican Establishment’ and Jeb Bush at CPAC

Truer words have seldom been spoken than when conservative radio superstar Mark Levin slammed moderate Republicans during his epic CPAC speech. The Blaze reports on the speech that has conservatives

Trey Gowdy Bill Would Dismantle Obama’s Amnesty, Speed Up Deportation

The wussification of Washington DC is not complete… there are still some stragglers who show they’ve got some balls on the Hill. Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy introduced an immigration bill

Amid talk of Bush, Rubio says he can be the leader who can ‘turn the page on yesterday.’

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) walked out of the barn full of Republicans who had come to hear him explain why he was considering running for president. The talk quickly turned to Jeb Bush. “I’m sick of the Bushes and I think the country will be, too,” said Jack Hanover, a small business owner […]

Janet Yellen gets the need for rising wages. That's why Republicans are out to get her.

11 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

No one else that President Obama appointed has a greater impact on our economy. First, let's start with the good news, developments that are both important and a long time coming. Thursday's reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics...Show More Summary

‘You Were Defeated By Your Own Caucus. What Happened?’

Congressman Steve Scalese was asked by Chris Wallace to address the “humiliating defeat” Republicans suffered Friday. “It’s your job to put the best face on things, but people are talking about what happened Friday night as a ‘humiliating defeat,’” Wallace said. “You were defeated by your own caucus. What happened?” “Our members have a lot [...]

Have the Republicans Gone Overboard Already?

You can pretty much count on our two main political parties to go overboard when they retake Congress or the White House. Remember 2009? The Democrats supposedly had a permanent new majority. A new wave of liberalism would sweep all before it. Show More Summary

Netanyahu Poised To Tell Congress Obama Is ‘Foolhardy’, ‘Weak’

Just what we need: a foreign leader addressing the Republican congress to blast the Democratic president as the administration negotiates a sensitive nuclear deal. On Tuesday morning, as Secretary of State John F. Kerry meets with his counterparts in Switzerland to try to complete a framework accord with Iran by the end of March, Netanyahu [...]

Hugh Hewitt: Republicans Will Face No Evolution Questions From Me

You may have heard that the moderator for the first Republican presidential debate will be right wing talk radio host Hugh Hewitt, which makes total sense from the GOP's point of view -- because he's guaranteed not to ask any questions that might be embarrassing. For example, whether they...

Ron Fournier Defends Asking Politicians ‘Gotcha Questions’

On Sunday, a panel on Fox News’ MediaBuzz discussed whether or not it was appropriate for journalists to ask politicians so-called “gotcha questions” and if Republicans are treated differently than their Democratic counterparts.

Obama, Christianity and Scandal

A few days ago, Wisconsin Governor and potential presidential nominee Scott Walker was trolled at a meeting of the National Governors Association: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a prospective Republican presidential contender, said Saturday he does not know whether President Obama is a Christian. Show More Summary

Quote of the Day: Secret Scheming Places of Tea Party Congressmen Revealed!

From Republican Rep. Devin Nunes, on the tactics of tea partiers who are holding up the DHS funding bill over their increasingly pointless insistence that it include a provision repealing President Obama's immigration program: WhileShow More Summary

The right finds new ways to flub WMD story

Even now, Republicans keep stumbling onto "proof" Bush was right about WMD in Iraq. They're still completely, 100% wrong.

House Majority Leader Suddenly Finds He Doesn't Like Obstruction From The Minority

Republican House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has now decided that obstruction from the minority is a bad thing. It's amazing how that works now that it's the Democrats in the minority in the Senate and not the Republicans. Here he...Show More Summary

Predictable: Former John McCain Operative Calls Scott Walker ‘Kind of a Dumba–‘

Establishment and squishy Republicans love to criticize conservative Republicans, so it comes as no surprise that former John McCain 2008 presidential campaign adviser Mark Salter is piling on Scott Walker.

Jindal Accuses Congress Of Being Too Fearful To Overturn Obamacare

He must have forgotten the 56 votes that already took place to no effect. Jindal, a second-term Republican governor weighing a 2016 presidential candidacy, said the GOP had failed to act on their signature issue in the 2014 midterm elections. Republicans overtook Democrats in the Senate and broadened their majority in the House. “It’s leadership [...]

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