Let's not sugarcoat it: This has been a bad year for the tea party.
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Remember when the Obama administration boasted of deporting a record number of illegal immigrants? "When the secretary tells you that the numbers are at an all-time high, that's straight, on the merits, no cooking of the books," the president's then head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement crowed in October 2010.
In 2010, Sarah Palin endorsed Rand Paul for U.S. Senate in Kentucky. Most other reliable Republican hawks -- Dick Cheney, Rudy Giuliani, Rick Santorum -- endorsed his primary opponent.
Ever have an argument and think of a good comeback too late?
A popular online dictionary offers four definitions for the word "bushed."
Ross Perot once promised to run the federal government like a business. A good idea. Perhaps the business it should be run like is Mozilla.
The Emergency Committee for Israel has launched a six-figure ad campaign against North Carolina Republican Rep. Walter Jones, hitting the ten-term incumbent on Israel and foreign policy.
This year, South Carolina will have a governor, two senators, and seven U.S. House members running for re-election. Most of them will face primary or general election opponents.
Former Alabama Republican Sen. Jeremiah Denton, a retired Navy rear admiral who spent nearly eight years as a captive in brutal North Vietnamese prison camps, died Friday in Virginia. He was 89.
Are Republicans starting to change their position on same-sex marriage? Some gay marriage supporters think so.
It might have been the strangest moment of a bizarre campaign.
A year ago, my book Devouring Freedom was released. It sought to address two questions. Does government growth really shrink individual freedom? And can big government ever be stopped?
Black History Month is over, but Republican outreach to African-American voters is only just beginning.
Remember when Donald Trump left the Republican Party?
It's been a few months since President Barack Obama decided to tie up Boston traffic by giving a health care speech right before Game 6 of the World Series. But the Massachusetts health care law, signed by Obama's 2012 Republican challenger Mitt Romney, is still held up as proof of Obamacare's inevitable triumph.
How many seats does John Boehner's party need to control the House? If you guessed 218, you are wrong.
House Speaker John Boehner says it will be tough to get Republicans to vote for "comprehensive immigration reform" as long as they don't trust President Obama "to enforce the law the way it was written."
The New York Times wants you to know Pete Seeger renounced Joseph Stalin "years" before his 2007 song "Big Joe Blues."
How much benefit of the doubt should Obamacare get at this point? It depends on who you ask.
The scene was a political fundraising luncheon in Cleveland. I was a College Republican. He was the green-eyeshade chairman of the House Budget Committee, though he aspired to be more.