In the only two national elections last night, Democrats won both seats — including a pickup in the House that increased their majority.
The special election(s) tonight won’t mean anything for the GOP (or Democrats) in 2010, because the passing (or failure) of health care reform is going to change everything.
After House Republicans criticize Democrats for passing “frivolous” bills, the GOP turns around and does the exact same thing without any sign of shame.
Republicans in Georgia were caught sending out privacy-invading surveys meant to look like the official U.S. census — it’s illegal not to fill out and return the census.
A ring of corrupt Republicans in Connecticut have been caught impersonating Democratic lawmakers online, in order to lie to their constituents.
Neo-conservatives are on the wrong side of Jewish opinion on virtually every issue.
The sexist attacks against Meghan McCain from the right are not at all surprising, but McCain is hardly a stranger to petty, personality-based character assassination.
America lost the Olympics and what do Republicans do? Celebrate.
A NewsMax author suggests the military may/should carry out a coup to remove President Obama.
Rolling Stone uncovered evidence confirming what we already suspected: health care corporate lobbyists and Republicans in Congress directly organized the “grassroots” teabagger protests.