If you don’t find a scandal the first time, try, try, try again. In the case of Congressional Republicans, they have been more than willing to pander to the far-extreme of their conservative base even though no new evidence has showed that President Obama or Secretary Clinton did […]
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) last year promised that if he was re-elected to the U.S Senate and Republicans gained control of the upper chamber of Congress, there would be no government shutdown. Fast forward to almost a year after he made the promise and it is […]
The death watch of Rick Perry’s quickly folding presidential campaign continues. The latest development is that the former Governor’s HQ in South Carolina has officially closed, coming just weeks after Perry rolled back campaign activity in Iowa and New Hampshire. Rick Perry, while not a great campaigner, has […]
In the race for the next governor of Kentucky, Attorney General Jack Conway (D) is barely ahead of conservative Republican Matt Bevin, 45% to 42%, with 13% of Kentucky voters undecided. This poll confirms bad news for the Jack Conway campaign, who was found to be crushing […]
Former Republican U.S Senator and Democratic Governor of Rhode Island, Lincoln Chafee, will make it official next week that he will join the Democratic primary for president. Lincoln entrance into the race and the fact that he is even interested in running for the White House, might be […]
Rick Santorum announces doomed presidential bid in interview with pretend journalist http://t.co/qNTM3X63GF pic.twitter.com/GQ8wjRLjhr — Herman Cain (@THEHermanCain) May 28, 2015 Former GOP presidential contender and the only politician so far in American history to get busted for plagiarism of the Pokemon movie in his farewell address, Herman Cain, […]
Former presidential candidate and current senior U.S Senator from the state of Arizona, John McCain (R), got some pretty awful news today, he is going to have to run against a strong Democratic opponent next year. This hasn’t been a great year for Senator McCain, after losing the […]
Representative Alan Grayson was at one point one of the rising stars in not only the state of Florida but also nationally for the more progressive-wing of the Democratic Party. Then he lost his house seat during the 2010 midterm election, that saw the Tea Party movement sweep […]
Hillary Clinton is approaching her second presidential campaign in a total different direction. Her campaign launch was smaller than 2008, her first month of campaign appearances have been low key and now the Clinton camp has confirmed that Bill Clinton will not campaign for Hillary this year. Is […]
Via The Hill: A record 1,335 Americans living overseas renounced their citizenship in the first three months of 2015, according to the Internal Revenue Service. That number is 18 percent higher than the previous record, according to Bloomberg. In all of 2014, 3,415 individuals gave up their U.S. […]
“In all my years as journalist and strategist, I’ve never seen as stark a failure of polling as in the UK.” — David Axelrod, reacting to the failure of UK opinion polls to pick up on voters shift away from the Labour Party.
Hillary Clinton might be the one running for president but Mike Huckabee just took out an ad to take aim at Bill Clinton’s record as governor of Arkansas. Mike Huckabee, who has yet to make it official that he is running for president, is throwing red meat to […]
The Washington Post is out with a great article on how many politicians are currently flirting with a presidential bid. Just yesterday, Independent U.S Senator and self-described socialist Bernie Sanders entered the race as a Democrat. There are over twenty current politicians flirting with a possible bid for […]
The best and worst news this week in the fight for gender equality in America and across the globe. * Loretta Lynch became the first African-American female to be sworn in as Attorney General of the United States and is only the second female to ever hold the […]
“I do not come to you tonight with the ability to speak Spanish. But I do speak a common language. I speak Jesus.” – Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R) speaking to a group of Hispanic voters.