Republicans

Scandal! The Kissing Congressman
Just because Vance McAllister, the married Republican congressman, was caught on video kissing a member of his staff, Melissa Hixon Peacock, doesn't mean it was all sinister. Read more...
Maher: GOP Has Kind Of Become Talk Radio
Bill Maher's New Rules, Friday, April 11, 2014. Maher discusses the reasons that someone like Rep. Mike Rogers has decided to quit Congress for a career in talk radio.
Rich Lowry Pretends Republicans Have A New Alternative To Obamacare
The National Review's Rich Lowry pretends that House Republicans have anything new to offer other than the same tired policies they've been pushing for decades as an alternative to the Affordable Care Act. Read more...
I Have Been Living Right
This is great news for the State of Texas, the Travis County DA’s office, and Lady Justice. Read more...
Idaho Lawmakers Want To ‘Nullify’ EPA So Dredge Mining Operations Can ‘Get Back To Enjoying’ State
Lawmakers in Idaho this week expanded the field of play for the far-right strategy of "nullification" by applying it to federal environmental laws. Read more...

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Maher Mocks GOP For Denying Science: 'How Much Do We Really Know About Facts?'
HBO host Bill Maher said in a recent interview that the Republican Party had driven "the short bus to crazy town," and that the party had only truly earned the vote of the richest 1 percent of Americans. Read more...
Unemployment Insurance Deal Means The Fight Is On
Congress: Stop stalling and sign the discharge petition. Reinstate unemployment benefits. Read more...
Gregory And Reed Tag Team Dem Rep's Attempt To Explain The GOP's Cruel Economic Policies
Here's what happens when a Democrat tries to point out that Republicans' rhetoric on the working class and those living in poverty doesn't match their policies on Meet the Press. Read more...
Coulter: 'Organize Death Squads For The People Who Wrecked America' If Immigration Reform Passes
Ann Coulter with some red meat for the GOP's base at CPAC 2014. Read more...
Arkansas Finally Renews Medicaid Expansion
Over 100,000 people won't lose their access to health care, but it took weeks and five separate House votes to get Republicans to agree. Read more...