I am guessing this story may attract several fans of the popular TV show, The Walking Dead. Well, I can’t say I am not a fan!
Following Harry Reid’s rant against the Koch brothers, even liberal allies are pointing out what a fraud, Mr. Reid is.
Keith Crisco, who was in a tight battle against Clay Aiken for North Carolina’s 2nd district’s House seat, has died.
>Well it seems the President is still trying to keep up appearances.
In typical RINO fashion, Mitt Romney has made a new statement that basically defies everything he stood for as the Republican presidential candidate in 2012.
After an unsuccessful run in 2012, many thought Jon Huntsman would give up his presidential ambitions.
Although he may not be up for re-election in 2014, Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va) has a few ideas for what he’d be doing this election season if he wanted the votes.
It doesn’t really come as a surprise, but a new poll out today confirmed many of our suspicions.
I am not sure how many people pay attention to the Gawker website, but earlier this week they had a report out about Fox News, specifically Shepard Smith.
The number of Democrats supporting construction of the Keystone Pipeline is increasing, and they want action.
As we get into the full swing of primary season, candidates are starting to put out ads and get all their issue positions out there.
CNN told its viewers that this would be a documentary that offered an “unscripted” look into Chicago.
Months after the original release of healthcare.gov, it appears that even though people can technically buy insurance on the site, underneath it all, the website’s “back end” is a mess.
This week Arianna Huffington and Mika Brzezinski of Morning Joe hosted a two day conference for women to come together and talk about leading fuller and more-impactful lives.
A series of tweets (that were deleted later) has the Democratic governor of Illinois in trouble with the Jewish community today.
As midterm elections quickly approach, many are starting to think about voting and potential fraud at the polls.
Last week, the Nevada Republican Party had a convention to approve their party platform and endorse a candidate for governor.
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York ruled on the controversial drone strikes today.
Yesterday the Obama administration delayed the construction of the Keystone Pipeline, once again. This time, the review period was extended, pushing back a potential decision until after the November elections.
In a new poll out yesterday we see that Americans are becoming less trusting of President Obama, and it seems there may be a new reason for many to worry about his honesty.
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