The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is just around the corner, and it's time to get excited.
We’ve been writing a lot about Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) lately.
Now, I’m sure the last thing you probably want to read about this morning is another post about a moderate, ex-Republican Senator from Massachusetts, but bear with me.
My colleague Ed Morrissey flagged this story earlier today, and as he noted at the time, the full quote is way worse.
The details are TBD.
Let's face it: if you’re a member of Congress you’re bound to experience criticism every single day of your life, right?
No wonder she’s avoiding the president’s speech today.
Mohamed Morsi is in prison, the Muslim Brotherhood has been branded a terrorist group, and the people of Egypt are heading to the polls to vote on a new constitution.
Well before Fox News’ James Rosen reported on Tuesday that transcripts recently declassified showed top officials in the Obama administration knew within “minutes” the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi on 9/11/11 was a terrorist attack, Gregory Hicks -- the number two deputy on the ground in Libya that night -- and former CIA Director David Petraeus had already testified to that effect under oath.
That is, according to Chuck Heath Jr. (Sarah Palin's brother), who wrote this on his Facebook page last weekend...
Good news for Team Christie.
President Obama is giving a major address in North Carolina about the economy on Wednesday, and guess what? Sen. Kay Kagan (D-NC) won't be attending.
The Bishop of Rome is pro-life, and would not have been elected Supreme Pontiff if he was not.
According to Republican officials in Arizona, Sen. John “the Maverick” McCain has sided with “liberal Democrats” too many times over the years, and therefore, the Maricopa County Republican Party has voted to censure him.
This is one of those movies that stays with you. I saw it Friday night, and it’s been with me ever since
Well, there is some sanity in this world, it would seem.
More Americans than ever before self-identify as “liberals” today, a new Gallup study finds.
Not everyone is, of course, but more than half are -- for the first time ever.
When a crisis strikes, every politician reacts differently. Some meet the challenge head on and deal with the consequences; others, of course, do not.
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