When you have did everything, there's nothing left to doing.
In a major upset, Sen. Lisa Murkowski has conceded her GOP Senate primary race to Tea Party Express favorite Joe Miller, who had the backing of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. "I don't see a scenario in which the primary will turn out in my favor," M
This really could be a total rout.
Every queer knows that some of the biggest homophobes are closet cases. Simply recall the names of Mark Foley, Ted Haggard, Larry Craig, or George “rent-boy” Rekers. The latest Republican to move from the closet to the Log Cabin is Ken Mehlman, the a
Ken Mehlman, former chairman of the Republican National Committee and the former campaign manager for George W. Bush's 2004 re-election bid, has told his family and colleagues that he is gay. [Are there any who aren't?]
Arizona writer Don Hank said, As a dog returneth to his vomit, so a fool returneth to his folly.
Reading through the Hayworth/McCain primary debrief posted to sonoranalliance, a conservative blog in Phoenix, the comments are intriguing. There's a realization that conservatives have more in common with libertarians than RINOs or McCain
Out of all of the darkness from Tuesday's primaries, one light shines. Ron Paul endorsed David Fitzgerald won his primary and now faces a neocon McCainiac RINO and a Dem in the general election for Arizona State House in a "best 2 of 3" race. Time
Fox News is either evil or stupid for not mentioning that Alwaleed bin Talal is News Corp.'s largest shareholder. (09:39)
"I don't like to yell too loud, or beat my chest. But I want to take a moment to remind you why I am not your typical politician, and why this is not a typical campaign or movement." Rand Paul
Ron Paul is planning to run against Obama in 2012, this is a tip from an insider known as “The Collins,” a hard core activist with connections to the Pauls. The Collins is definitely trying to cause a ruckus, but this tip was confirmed over the weeke
Peter Schiff is the CEO of Euro Pacific Capital. He predicted the current financial crisis, appearing on numerous television shows years ago warning that the United States economy was heading for a meltdown while being laughed at...
Brian Miller announced he will be suspending his campaign for Congressional District 8. Brian Miller, a Constitutional conservative Republican, ran his campaign on a platform of limited government, individual freedom, and peace through strength.
Sort of a cross between Yale's Skull & Bones and Harvard's Lampoon, the NoZe existed to torment the Baylor administration, which it accomplished through pranks and its satirical newspaper The Rope. The group especially enjoyed tweaking the school's r
The Arizona senator has been throwing his weight around[...] But after leading the GOP to defeat in 2008, McCain seems to think it’s his duty to ignore the voters and anoint winners and losers inside the Republican Party here in Colorado. In fact, h
the effort largely springs from the work of two former Bush aides: Ed Gillespie, the former Republican National Committee chairman who later served as White House counselor, and Karl Rove, the man Bush once described as the “architect”
In point of fact, and embarrassingly for the Libertarian Party, Rand Paul's message sounds more libertarian than that of some high-profile Libertarians I've heard.
Party treasurer faults Steele The Republican National Committee failed to report more than $7 million in debt to the Federal Election Commission in recent months - a move that made its bottom line appear healthier than it is heading into the midte
John McCain: Spending for teachers, it's pork, but we need to keep that military industrial complex going and make sure that the people "making those wonderful missiles"... the "job creators", have their taxes cut.
"I am running into him more around the country than before I would have expected, more [than] when he was governor," said Grover Norquist. "As I travel around, I hear Jeb Bush was here last week or is coming next month.
Tea party favorite Rand Paul is getting help from a well-known Republican later this month, when Jeb Bush will attend a fundraiser for the Kentucky Senate candidate.
Sen. John McCain, Jim Deakin and JD Hayworth participate in a LIVE 3TV debate. They discuss foreign affairs among other issues in Part I.
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) told a radio show Thursday that the GOP should focus on its strategy of being against President Barack Obama's policies, but shouldn't give too many specifics on its own policies - or those policies could be used against them.
Battling a tough political climate fueled by economic fears and President Barack Obama's political difficulties, Democrats face an uphill struggle to retain control in the House of Representatives and avoid big losses in the Senate.
If elections are even half won simply by voter turnout, then this chart shows why the Democrats are toast this year. Republicans have far more momentum than at any other time in two decades, according to survey data from Pew Research.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul says the poor in America are "enormously better off than the rest of the world," citing an old Cold War film that showed even impoverished homes had color televisions.
"It is probably hard to believe, but I look at it a little bit differently than others," Paul said in an interview during his recent visit to Iowa. "I don't expect to be president. I don't expect to be. That doesn't mean I won't run for president, bu
By declaring on national television that the war in Afghanistan is unwinable, GOP and DMC dogs are sinking their fangs on RNC Chairman Michael Steele with the hope of masticating and swallowing him alive forRead Letter
Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele, whose remarks suggesting the U.S. will lose the war in Afghanistan have prompted some Republicans to demand his resignation, won praise from Representative Ron Paul. “Michael Steele should not