(Steven Hayward) So what happens when a politician says, “I am, you know, adamantly against illegal immigrants”? Oh wait, the person who said that was Senator Hillary Clinton, to WABC Radio’s John Gambling in a 2003 interview. Whatever. Show More Summary
Following the horrific murder of two WDBJ7 journalists in Virginia on Wednesday, the left immediately jumped on the incident to repeat its usual call for stricter gun control. But Florida senator and Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio, when asked about the incident, said something that I think actually speaks to the heart of the problem. Passing […]
So Chris Hayes invited Rep. Alan Grayson, who's running for the Florida senate seat left open by Marco Rubio's run for the Republican nomination, as someone "several people" have called "Trump of the Left." Which is a pretty stupid premise,...Show More Summary
Republican Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee addressed his concerns with the Iran Nuclear Deal, pointing out that Iran poses a threat to the stability in the Middle East as well as the security of Israel. Senator Corker claims that if the...Show More Summary
As disruptive as Donald Trump has been for the Republican party, House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell might just be their bigger problem right now. Apparently, major Republican donors are holding back...Show More Summary
The Republican Senate majority is in jeopardy when 2016 kicks into high gear. Everyone knows it. Sens. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), Mark Kirk (R-IL), and...
Senator Marco Rubio called Hillary Rodham Clinton "desperate" after her remarks at a campaign rally a day earlier that compared Republican candidates to terrorists on their views about women's issues.
If Trump's policy is to strategically weaponize bigotry to his advantage, Jeff Sessions' endorsement is a sign it's working. Last week, Donald Trump spoke to a large crowd in Mobile, Alabama, at a rally that featured Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL). Show More Summary
We found this little nugget buried in a PPP survey released Wednesday of the New Hampshire Senate contest between Republican Kelly Ayotte and Democrat Maggie Hassan. New Hampshire provides more evidence of what a disaster not nominating Trump could potentially be for the GOP. Show More Summary
In an earlier-than-expected move with just two weeks left in the legislative session, state Senate Republicans on Thursday replaced Sen. Bob Huff of San Dimas as their leader, with Sen. Jean Fuller of Bakersfield taking over the pos...
all photos by Jay from TV Every weekday I videotape an early-morning show from New York called " Morning Joe," which features a loud-mouthed Republican, Joe Scarborough, and an attractive but overwhelmed Democrat, Mika Brzezinski (daughter...Show More Summary
Republicans are finally cluing into the fact that The Donald might be killing their chances of holding on to the Senate, not to mention the House, in 2016. Democrats only need four pick ups with Republicans defending 24 Senate seats while Dems defend 10. Show More Summary
In an interview with Newsmax last weekend, clearly confused Republican presidential hopeful Senator Ted Cruz said that “liberal fascist” gay rights advocates should be allowed to discriminate against Christians “God’s candidate” Cruz gave the intervi… The post Ted Cruz Says Gays Should Get to Discriminate Against Christians Too: VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
During the first two years of the Obama administration, Democrats enjoyed comfortable control of the House of Representatives, and well over half the Senate. Republican leverage became the filibuster, which the party used as a routine supermajority requirement to block everything. Senator Bob Corker was one of those Republicans. Corker... More »
Why Hillary still has her security clearance: In the Aug. 24 letter, which marks a significant expansion of the Republican senator’s inquiry, Sen. Charles Grassley writes, “Since the [intelligence community inspector general] IC IG made a referral to the FBI pursuant to 50 U.S.C. Show More Summary
Remarkably, he makes a point. Last year, in the waning days of the Senate Democratic majority, Democrats in Congress agreed with Republicans to include a weakening of campaign finance limits to the party national committees in a spending bill. Show More Summary
Tom Cotton in one of his better behaved moments. Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton is a piece of work. With the possibility having arisen that Republicans may not be able to get the 60 votes they need to block a Senate filibuster of their efforts to reject the nuclear agreement with Iran, Cotton released a truly remarkable statement Tuesday. Show More Summary
After winning control of the Senate last year, congressional Republicans moved to put a conservative stamp on the Congressional Budget Office, whose reports had become a source of significant aggravation. Time after time, the agenc...
Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said it would be a travesty if Democrats filibustered any resolution disapproving of the accord.
On Tuesday’s The Kelly File, Senator Ted Cruz took exception to a question about whether he would deport all 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States as a “liberal journalist” question. Kelly asked the Texas Republican “ifShow More Summary