NY Mag writer makes apparent gay joke at soft-spoken Senator’s expense
‘Game Change’ authors warn president in increasing danger of losing next month
‘Morning Joe’ host: There’s something strange about the crowds that rally behind the GOP presidential candidate
Actress Julianne Moore will portray former vice presidential candidate, Sarah Palin in an HBO film about the 2008 presidential campaign
Panel calls it a ‘nonstory,’ says it is distracting from real issues — however it plays country music so ‘red state folks’ shouldn’t complain
MSNBC host launches into rant about the past two presidents and Congress and their rhetoric about spending
Palin’s Senate picks have been train wrecks.
I recently met with my very own Deep Throat who’s perched high up on the Beltway power grid. I was told that Capital insiders are all atwitter with what they consider a Clintonian conspiracy of epic magnitude
A group once inspired by the rhetorical splendor of candidate Obama has come to shudder at President Obama for what they view as a lack of action on a series of explicit campaign promises
The unlikely attack dog may soon deliver the greatest gift to the White House front door. With reconciliation fast approaching, Biden will be placed in the unique position to overrule the Senate parliamentarian and thus usher measures into the health care bill that might never see the light of day otherwise.
Reason number 105,001 Nevada voters need to replace Senator Harry Reid: He still thinks it’s1950 and light-skinned Negroes can pass as long as they check their ghetto dialect at the door. The aging statesman’s racially charged remarks recently revealed in the new book “Game Change,” by journalists Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, may have consumed the cable talk show circuit but whether you agree or disagree that Reid’s remarks are racist is almost irrelevant.
The first signs of abandonment from within Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s own party emerged Sunday, as some Democrats said his racially charged comments about President Obama have placed his already perilous reelection prospects on the precipice