Scott Greenberg is the Republican 20-something glasses-wearing hipster in new commercials supporting the GOP. Will he get your vote?
Today the countries most controversial Republicans, including Christ Christie and Ted Cruz, met in Maryland at CPAC 2014 to discuss politics and the issues.
John Boehner and Eric Cantor have come out in favor of Obama’s request for a “limited” strike on Syria, as rebel intelligence says Assad is prepping more chemical attacks.
Republican Senator Blake Farenthold told an audience that if it was to go to vote today, there would be enough votes in the House to impeach President Obama.
Matt Bevin, a Kentucky businessman, is set to announce his campaign to run against minority leader Mitch McConnell for his senate seat in 2014. Rumors about his campaign have been surfacing quietly for months, but Bevin will be making himself public in the next couple weeks.
Nevada Republican Representative Joe Heck’s son Joey Heck got his dad in trouble this week by posting racist, homophobic, misogynist tweets on his Twitter feed.
Today Florida Governor Rick Scott signed the “Timely Justice Act of 2013,” which speeds up the legal process for the death penalty.
Mississippi’s Republican Governor Phil Bryant said today that the United State’s poor education stats are due to working parents, specifically mothers
The big guy says he’s doing it for his kids, not for a 2016 presidential run.
A Fairleigh Dickinson University poll found that nearly half of Republicans think that an armed rebellion may be necessary to protect their liberties.
The Tea Party favorite said this morning he’s interested in having a “larger microphone.”
Texas congressman Rep. Steve Stockman has started his reelection campaign by releasing new bumper stickers that are causing a bit of a stir.
A day after Alaska Rep. Don Young used the slur “wetback” in a radio interview, John Boehner and other colleagues scramble to distance themselves from this moron.
The next Bush is ready to be primed for power.