Triangulating against the marriage of her own sister for political purposes hits rock bottom.
Joe Walsh did not go easily from Congress, defeated in 2012 having served just one term representing Illinois’ 8th Congressional District. After losing badly to Iraq War veteran Tammy Duckworth, the Tea Party Republican makes no secret that he would like an encore.
Her latest offensive nails it: Rand Paul is not ready for prime time.
Timothy Stanley makes the interesting analogy between Chris Christie and the New Jersey fictional crime boss Tony Soprano, masterfully portrayed by the late James Gandolfini in "The Sopranos."
What conservatism really needs is a philosopher king to bring it into a post-Tea Party era and bring the issues awakened in that maelstrom — states' rights, sound money, constitutional government — to a more mature, practical working model. Mitt Romney would be the right man for the job.
With the media intensely consumed by backstabbing in political books and strategy for a presidential election that is three years away, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) picked a good time to be reelected by a large margin.
“I don’t even know why Romney was on that show myself,” Nancy Pelosi said in an interview on MSNBC about Mitt Romney’s interview on Sunday on “Meet the Press.”
As you enter into the realm, two angels hover above the crypt, one from the left and one from the right. They are gatekeepers, guardians of the land of the dead, there to ensure nothing will disturb the departed souls and those still breathing. They are late for dinner, the last to arrive at the feast, come even in the eleventh hour, maybe even too late.
In reviewing a book about the Kennedy years, a collection of New York Times articles about the 1,000 days of John F. Kennedy’s presidency, I came upon this excerpt from Tom Wicker's report of the day of the assassination.
I do not believe the progressive movement is adrift. Both policies and polls tell me the left is right, the right is wrong, and there is a progressive majority in America.