A lot of political observers seem to be perpetually baffled that the Republican Party's palpable need for "rebranding" after two straight presidential losses and under the shadow of adverse demographic trends isn't being implemented immediately by united support for immigration reform and silence on divisive cultural issues like abortion.
On Tuesday's All In show, MSNBC host Chris Hayes complained about an "anti-food stamp jihad" by House Republicans, and attacked the GOP for putting on a "shameful spectacle" in trying to cut the food stamp program.
Add "press conference" to the list of phrases Congressman and longtime lightbulb-hater Steve King does not understand.
A Virginia man pleaded guilty to charges that he forged primary campaign ballots for Newt Gingrich during the 2012 Republican primary, to ensure that Gingrich got on the state's ballot.
Gabriel Gomez, the Republican nominee in the race for Secretary of State John Kerry's old Senate seat, said Tuesday that he told veteran Sen. John McCain that he ought to have term limited himself out of the Senate by now.
In December of 2011 Newt Gingrich needed 10,000 signatures to get his name on the Virginia presidential primary ballot.
"To start the program, don't be scared, we're going to dim the lights," said Elizabeth Kreft, an aide to Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz.
Republicans in Congress are pushing for major cuts across the federal budget, but so far, they're not willing to sacrifice a plan to build a moon colony.
What a strange world we live in. On one side you have Rush Limbaugh, Michael Moore, Glenn Beck, Kirsten Powers, Rand Paul, Oliver Stone, Bill O'Reilly, Moby, Phil Donahue and Sarah Palin.
Congress is getting busy, starting to move legislation on everything from soup to nuts.
Former Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich appeared on ABC News'" This Week with George Stephanopoulos" on Sunday, where he talked about an increased American involvement in the Syrian conflict.
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We're about 30 months away from the 2016 Iowa Caucuses , but why not take a look back at the last go-round? Filmmaker A.J. Schnack is doing just that with "Caucus," which is premiering in the U.S. at Washington's AFI Docs festival this week.
BRADENTON, Fla., Feb. 22, 2012 Updated 7:30pm ET -- The stage is set tonight in Mesa, Ariz., for mistakes that make political history.
Former Speaker Newt Gingrich on Sunday said he feared the Obama administration's support for Syrian rebels was poorly thought out and could set the U.S. "up to be defeated."