Christine O'Donnell is going on the offensive in her bid for the Delaware Senate seat vacated by Vice President Joe Biden, in a race that could open up a new front in the war between Tea Partiers and those they describe as 'RINOs,' or Republicans in Name Only.
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African-American Republicans, if elected, will have to decide whether to join the Congressional Black Caucus
If the African-American Republicans running for U.S. Congress find electoral success this November, the Congressional Black Caucus, long known for its progressive policy agenda, may suddenly become more politically diverse — but only if the newly minted elected officials decide to join. As of now, there are currently no Republicans in the CBC as there are no black Republicans in Congress.
A new poll from Resurgent Republic shows independents increasingly leaning to the right on three key issues, with majorities favoring a repeal of President Obama's health care reform bill, continued offshore drilling, and a freeze in federal spending.
President Obama, during his 533 days in office, has issued no pardons and commuted no sentences. Only four other presidents — George Washington, John Adams, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush — waited longer to use their constitutional power of clemency, and Obama is on track to pass at least two of them.
Meet the man behind the explosive viral ads for gun-totin’ Dale Peterson and ‘gather your armies’ Rick Barber
Ladd Ehlinger Jr. jokes that he's only shot campaign ads for three people, and he's managed to get two of them named "worst person in the world" by left-wing MSNBC talk-show host Keith Olbermann.
As politicians and columnists across the country debate the life and legacy of the late Sen. Robert Byrd, the West Virginian's membership in the Ku Klux Klan has been a sticking point for many. Today's KKK, though, says Byrd did nothing to warrant such ire.
More than 700 freedom lovers gathered in Lancaster, N.H. over the weekend for the Porcupine Freedom Festival. Some will stay for good.
After Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accidentally let it slip during an interview that the Department of Justice would bring a lawsuit against Arizona challenging its recently passed immigration law, state leaders say they are confident that SB 1070 will be upheld.
Libertarian Party sees resurgence as number of congressional candidates jumps by 35 percent over 2008
Robert Nowotny started out as a frustrated voter.
As Tea Party protests pop up in places like Moscow, Tel Aviv and the Hague, Americans may question whether the Tea Party platform can cross international and cultural borders. For activists outside the U.S., the answer is a resounding "yes."
The Supreme Court's landmark 5-4 decision earlier this year in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, which upheld the right of corporations to make certain independent election expenditures, brought Democrats together for one overriding purpose: curbing the effects of the ruling.