Fifty-eight senate seats might see some solid conservative legislation passed.
Senator Ted Cruz, (R-TEXAS) has a startling prediction – impeachment of top officials by uniting the parties against career politicians. The 43 year old politician had this statement to make: From
BECAUSE THEY FIGURE THE PRESS WILL COVER FOR THEM? Why Won’t Endangered Democrat Senate Candidates Repudiate Their Todd Akin? Democrat Amanda Curtis makes YouTube videos. Here are some of her greatest hits, which run the gamut from merely obnoxious to aggressively bigoted, and which firmly entrench her as this cycle’s Todd Akin. Albeit one with [...]
Sen. Rand Paul (R) might have an obstacle to deal with if he runs for president in 2016: The state law back home in Kentucky, which would not allow him to be on the ballot at the same time for both the White House and reelection for his Senate seat. Show More Summary
(CNN) – The campaign of Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska, is changing a political ad to remove references to a gruesome murder case after the victims’ family called on the campaign to stop using the case for political purposes. Begich's Republican challenger, Dan Sullivan, had released his own ad to counter Begich's commercial, and Sullivan's campaign […]
He took aim at the Bronx, but this won’t help the Texas senator get the New York vote. ity pols blasted Texas Sen. Ted Cruz Sunday for taking a swipe at the Bronx in a speech to a conservative group. Cruz (R-Tex.) invoked the borough’s bad old days, saying he was tired of hearing Yankee [...]
President Obama flew to Milwaukee for a fiery, populist speech on Labor Day, marking the informal kickoff of a push this fall to stave off Republican control of the Senate.
Will Mitch McConnell keep his job? Will a Palinesque conspiracy theorist triumph in Iowa? Find out in November, when control of the Senate is decided!
On the same day when a United States Senator, and by that I mean Ted Cruz of Texas, effectively called the President of the United States a “pussy,” folks waiting for dinnertime so they can go out and grill steaks in honor of the hard working men and women whose collective bargaining rights they are [...]
Just a couple of months away from the November elections, Republican U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell is inching up in the polls. A poll conducted by SurveyUSA for The Courier-Journal found that McConnell is still gaining on his Democratic...Show More Summary
The New York Times reports that, "At Risk in Senate, Democrats Seek to Rally Blacks." Specifically, the Times says Democrats are trying to mobilize African-Americans outraged by he shooting in Ferguson, Mo., to help them retain control...Show More Summary
Perhaps one of the reasons Senator John McCain has been so consistently wrong about world events is that he is living in an alternate reality. Over the weekend Senator McCain told Face The Nation that former Ukraine President ViktorShow More Summary
Senator Ted Cruz took a brief swipe at the Bronx during a speech he gave on Saturday. As a result, some New York Democrats fired back at Cruz for what they deemed a cheap shot about stereotypes in the Bronx.
Control of the US Senate largely hinges on the outcome of election in 12 states. In half of these contests, the Democrat candidate is the scion of rich political legacies. In their own way, these contests will test the proposition that America is a land without an aristocracy. Show More Summary
Earlier this month, Senator Lindsey Graham introduced the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act in the U.S. Senate. The U.S. House has already passed this bill – which would protect unborn children from abortion after the fifth month of pregnancy and their mothers from the additional harm late-term abortion can cause. But despite its popularity among […]
Looking more and more like a potential 2016 Presidential contender, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) addressed a crowd at a Americans for Prosperity summit in Dallas yesterday. He laid out his positions in regards to the U.S. border/illegal immigration issues and the infamous Affordable Care Act. Show More Summary
Al Franken is currently attempting to present to the general public the image of someone who is willing to forge alliances with Republican senators as well as avoiding controversy by engaging in sweet corn filibusters when answering campaign questions. Show More Summary
The Washington Post reports that Senator John McCain is doing his knee-jerk thing again calling for sending more troops to Iraq, you know, like he did when Syria was a problem; Sen. John McCain said Sunday that President Obama is “either in denial or overwhelmed” with regard to the Islamic State and called for “additional […]