Aaron Schock is on his way out -- but back in 2009, when he had just been sworn in to his first term and was the youngest member of Congress he was touted as a potential superstar.
Rep. Schock (R-Illinois) says he's never been a "crusty old white guy," and that the "haters are gonna hate" no matter what you do. Perhaps not the best defense, invoking Taylor Swift, in his particular circumstances.
From this Sunday's This Week on ABC, The Nation's Katrina Vanden Heuvel was the one voice of reason, pushing back against the idea that austerity and budget cuts are going to somehow solve our country's economic problems, or the notion that the debt
Rep. Aaron Schock (IL-18) takes his turn at spouting Republican talking points on <em>Morning Joe</em> and the need to extend all the Bush Tax Cuts. When asked by Pat Buchanan on where Republicans could compromise to ensure that they reach a deal before all the Bush Tax Cuts automatically repeal at the end of the year Schock's answer of extending all leaves both Buchanan and Eugene Robinson chortling in bemusement.
Rachel Maddow talks to Eugene Robinson about whether the Republicans rank hypocrisy on claiming they want bipartisanship while being the party of no
Like I said, if MSNBC cared about their ratings, Rachel Maddow would be hosting Meet the Press. Here she does David Gregory's job for him and corrects
From Meet the Press Rachel Maddow calls out Rep. Aaron Shock for taking credit for what the stimulus bill has done for his district while at the same
Gee, what are the odds Dick Cheney will once again accuse the Obama administration of making the nation vulnerable to terrorist attack again this mo
Looks like Mike Stark has been having a little fun with our Congress critters: Mike Stark has been up on the Hill all week whipping Democrats to ho