Right before the election...
Not all that surprising.
With the midterm elections just weeks away, DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz seemed confident during her appearance on Fox News Sunday that Democrats will keep the Senate.
As Iraqs Anbar province is on the brink of falling to ISIS, its clear our current strategy is not working. Worse yet, according to a new report, former Iraqi pilots whove joined the terror group are now training members to fly in captured Syrian fighter jets.
Senate hopeful Terri Lynn Lands campaign is refusing to sit down with the Detroit Free Press for an endorsement meeting unless the paper changes an Oct. 4 column with sexist commentary about the former secretary of state.
This will be interesting.
In the second of three debates that took place on Monday night, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bruce Rauner sparred over who could better improve the lives of Illinois African American community, particularly on the issues of jobs, taxes, crime, and education.
Democratic Senate candidate Gary Peters (D-Mich.) is out with a new ad hitting Republican opponent Terri Lynn Land on womens health issues and birth control. Land campaign spokeswoman Heather Swift denounced the ad as a desperate attempt to cover up sexist, anti-mom attacks from his campaign and allies last week.
Quinn's had six years but things haven't gotten better for Illinois.
To former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, faith absolutely trumps politics, so much so that he has no reservations about casting off the R beside his name if the GOP abandons its opposition to same-sex marriage.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and National Republican Committeewoman Ronna Romney McDaniel joined Land on a tele-press conference Friday to denounce what the campaign called "the offensive and sexist campaign" Peters and his supporters are running against Land.
No surprise there.
Just more hypocrisy.
How the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons is fighting to stop the federal governments takeover of medicine.
Go ahead, it means nothing.
Mitt Romney was back in his home state campaigning for Senate hopeful Terri Lynn Land and other Michigan Republicans on Thursday.