She’s on her way out of Washington, she’s still championing lost causes so extreme her GOP colleagues won’t even get on board.
Michelle Cottle is a former Washington reporter for The Daily Beast. Read her own story of breast cancer and genetics here.
After the botched execution of a Oklahoma prisoner, the Republican governor must have second thoughts about telling the court to stick it after it temporarily halted the death penalty.
Turning the insurgents’ own tactics against them, the party used a ‘firehose primary’ of rabid voters to give the congressional nomination to an insider’s insider.
Mary, the proud Republican lesbian sister who emerged from Liz’s Senate debacle looking like a total ass-kicker, is a behind-the-scenes operator—but it’s time for her to run for office.
The wildly popular Francis is offering cover for a few Republicans, including Jeb Bush, to start speaking out in favor of some deeply unpopular issues within the party.
Dick Cheney may be sniping at the 2016 hopeful now, but Paul once hit even harder—accusing the ex-veep of going into Iraq to help Halliburton. And there’s more where that came from.
That’s right, folks. At George Washington University, wannabe political peddlers can now study the much-maligned world of swaying and influencing. But will it make any difference out in the field?
In an attempt to help Texas’ GOP gubernatorial candidate Gregg Abbott battle Dem favorite Wendy Davis, a new PAC of women are digging their heels in too deep.
When a group like the Family Research Council is losing a debate there's only one thing left to do: change the terms.
Four years after its emergence as a political force, the Tea Party is now coping with its adolescence.