In 2012, President Obama appeared in Cincinnati, Ohio to discuss spending on our crumbling highways and bridges. Republicans instantly called it pork, and political games, but now the reality is setting in even more.
The influx of children crossing the border into Texas, escaping the violence in Central America has sparked a new round of memory loss for the GOP.
With net neutrality on its death bed, where is our President and Democratic leadership?
Rep. Michael Grimm (R-Staten Island) has just been handed a 20 count indictment ranging from avoiding taxes to hiring illegal immigrants.
The federal government has seized 250 cattle and 1,000 horses from ranchers in Nevada. If you think this is the Bundy ranch, think again.
Many on the left are upset over the resignation of Kathleen Sebelius as head of Health and Human Services. That response seems more emotional, but let's look at it from a rational side.
A local Republican, state Rep. Peter Beck has just been indicted on a whopping 53 counts, including theft and receiving stolen property.
Move over Chris Christie, it looks like there's a new bully in town. Lucky for you, this one is remaining anonymous, but his target is much bigger.
So the top dog at the RNC has declared that bringing up Clinton/Lewinsky is perfectly fine. Let me explain why I believe that to be the case, but not in the way the GOP thinks.
With the debt ceiling debate in high gear, the GOP is now poised to hold it hostage over something Paul Ryan helped craft.
Nothing spells trouble like a good old fashioned inner-party fight for leadership.
Again we have a member of the party that preaches "personal responsibility" refusing to do so.
After the State of the Union last night one Republican member of the House confronted a reporter and made threats that can only be described as deadily.
In a shocking turn of events, the RNC has admitted that George Bush violated the Constitution during his time as President. Even worse, the RNC has accused their own congressional members of backing this violation of our sacred document.
Watch this statement by Kim Guadagno, the lieutenant governor of New Jersey, denying allegations she tied Sandy relief funds to a development project. It's a great lesson into how not to act.