“I have been requested not to talk about that too much.”
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney serves on a committee that oversees the FAA, but allegedly violated rules against commercial drone use.
The Florida Republican announced at a news conference Wednesday night he will be taking a leave of absence after pleading guilty to cocaine possession.
It definitely was not closed because of the shutdown, but it wasn’t open either.
The Tampa Bay Republican had served 43 years in Congress. He “was a man who had seen it all and accomplished much.”
Guess whether it’s a government worker or just a government name.
The impeachment drumbeat continues.
Republican Rep. Buck McKeon was speaking at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10049 in Simi Valley, California Wednesday on immigration reform where he suggested terrorists from the Middle East might disguises as Hipanics to cross the border. McKeon serves as the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.
Rep. Gary Miller, who has opposed “amnesty” and “anchor babies” is now evolving on the issue, his office says.
Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen from Southern Florida takes the lead.
Rep. Steve Cohen lashed out at Eric Holder over the continued illegality of marijuana.
Ready for the Feline Government?
When your account is linked to your boss, be extra careful on Twitter — especially when he or she is a member of Congress. (All deleted tweets via Politiwoops)
These politicians will be out of work in January.
Republican Congressman and GOP Senate nominee in Missouri, Todd Akin, said this weekend that so-called “legitimate rape” rarely causes pregnancy.
“We wanted to make sure it was accurate,” says Rep. Smith. “Rep. Candice Miller does not look at Wikipedia,” an aide says.
In this video, U.S. Representative Bill Young (R-FL) responds to a question about raising the minimum wage with “get a job.”
Here’s Illinois congressman Joe Walsh describing youth and minority Democratic voters as being “hooked” on big government and that Jesse Jackson is a dealer who wants to “imprison” their kids.
Oops. Representative Jon Fleming of Louisiana found out the Onion is an excellent source for satire the hard way.
Anthony Weiner, New York congressman and liberal icon, in a 1981 high school yearbook photo. Released by Rep. Weiner himself on his Twitter page. There is nothing wrong in America that can’t be fixed by what is right in this photo.
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Thanks to an article containing this photo, posted yesterday afternoon by Gawker, New York Congressman Christopher Lee (R) promptly resigned from the United States House of Representatives. Lee sent this photo in response to a classified on Craigslist’s Women Seeking Men forum, passing himself off as a single lobbyist who is “a fit fun classy guy.” Lee is, of course, married. The entire, slightly goofy Craigslist exchange between Lee and his prospective mistress is over at Gawker.
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