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MOBILE, Alabama - Congress would have an "option to pass a budget that would put America on a sound path," if Republicans are successful in taking control of the U.S. Senate in November, U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Mobile, said Wednesday.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham speaks at a campaign event held April 16 at River Rat Brewery in Columbia.
Four days after the head of the Internal Revenue Service denied the agency was targeting conservative social welfare organizations applying for tax exempt status, Rep. Bruce Braley signed a letter urging a probe into the political activities of social welfare organizations.
A tea party favorite who challenged Alaska's incumbent Republican senator with the backing of Sarah Palin is threatening to cause new chaos in the state's Republican establishment.
Last week, with little fanfare and even less debate, Oklahoma lawmakers quietly voted to reverse a nearly four-decade-old law that had barred utility companies from charging customers who install solar panels on their homes more than those who don't.
It's big business versus the free market once again as K Street lobbyists square off against Tea Party groups in two Republican House primaries this spring.
With flag in glasses, volunteer Mary Jo Anhalt says the Pledge of Allegiance at the Give Me Liberty Tour in downrtown Bakersfield.
Ever since the Tea party started holding events back in 2009 it's been clear that this is the conservative baby boomers' long awaited chance to be a counterculture.
U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller kicked off his campaign last night in Wasilla before a few hundred cheering supporters.
California Republican gubernatorial hopeful Neel Kashkari called for free college tuition for students pursuing math and science degrees, part of an education reform plan released Tuesday that would also model public schools after charter schools.
Earlier today, People for the American Way's Right Wing Watch happened on a conference call sponsored by Tea Party Unity, an organization dedicated to bringing together activists from the tea party and the religious right.
Washington Watch, formerly called 'Planet Washington,' covers politics and government.
On its own, Congress has clear authority to arrest and jail Lois Lerner until she testifies.
After waiting for months to do it, Attorney General Bill SCHUETTE is endorsing Lt.
When you allow unlawful acts to go unpunished, you're moving toward a government of men rather than a government of law; you're moving toward anarchy.
Former Navy SEAL Ryan Zinke, the money-raising front runner in June's Republican Congressional primary to become Montana's sole representative in the House of Representatives, says he is better able to provide leadership than the four other candidates who are seeking his party's nod to compete in this November's general election.