The Obama administration has contradicted its new spy reform advisory committee in court, arguing its controversial programs are both effective and necessary.
Trailing Iowa polls, book falling flat, Wisconsin’s Republican governor might not even make it to see 2016.
Everything from the mandate to buy insurance to the health care exchanges have been Republican ideas for decades.
A more democratic America where voters have a stronger voice would be devastating for the GOP.
This is the price that Republicans pay for adopting the governing philosophy of George W. Bush, treating any amount of compromise as total surrender. What Republicans don’t understand is that compromise in politics isn’t about winning, it’s about not losing *big*.
CBS News is now denouncing its own story about Benghazi as false and misleading while its fading-star witness has his book yanked by his publisher.
The “explosive” ’60 Minutes’ special on Benghazi has blown up in its face as its star witness is revealed as a huckster spinning lies to sell a book.
2016 hopeful Rand Paul’s little plagiarism problem isn’t so little anymore, it’s a sign of intellectual bankruptcy from a man who wants to run it all.
Some still believe that message crafting, rather than platform extremism, is the GOP’s primary obstacle to winning elections, despite all evidence to the contrary.