“The last thing they need is a Taco Bell and a Lowe’s—” “Toilet paper, toothbrushes—” “Right. But you know, it’s one big idea and it all sort of comes together. And you wonder, are we about to get up in there and ruin that place?”
The former Florida governor and brother to George W. Bush made the announcement on Facebook.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s resignation was announced on Monday, amid reports he was ousted after an ineffectual tenure. (Also, the Iran nuclear talks will be extended seven more months.)
Activists staged a series of protests at Clinton’s campaign events this fall.
“Taxes and background checks aren’t amnesty. That’s accountability. Doing nothing — that’s amnesty.”
Mitt Romney has the stupidest spreadsheet. We must stop surrogate madness.
It was a concert for the troops before Veterans Day. Hat tip to Ryan Cormier.
The GOP picks up seats, holds on to key governors’ races, and winning governors’ races in some blue states.
What happens when you combine establishment credentials with a true believer.
Republican Gov. Rick Scott delayed his debate against former Gov. Charlie Crist on Wednesday night because Crist put a fan under his podium, against the debate rules. A fan — like the kind that blow air. By seven minutes! This really happened.
The ad begins with a narrator announcing, “A tree fell on Greg Abbott — he sued and got millions.” Abbott, who is expected to win by a wide margin next month, has been a paraplegic since 1984.
The former Oracle CEO will host a $1,500 per person fundraiser at his home for the National Republican Senatorial Committee with the Kentucky senator.
This isn’t real. It only feels like it’s real if you get email that’s in constant fake panic mode.
Politics is about policy. What Andrew Kaczynski found.
“I think (Rand Paul’s message) is a little bit of a warning sign to Democrats in the long run that demographics is not destiny,” Dan Pfeiffer says.
The nation’s first black Justice Department announced his resignation on Thursday. “I come to this moment with very mixed emotions,” he said.
“These are some special stones.”
McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, were convicted on multiple charges Thursday.