Who do YOU think are the best and worst of the political year? (Besides Trump. Trump gets NOTHING. Good day, sir! I said, good day!)
Breaking with his fellow Republicans, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) vows to use whatever tools he can to block the nominations of Mike Pompeo to Secretary of State and Gina Haspel to head the CIA.
Trump nominated for the Supreme Court a judge whose right-wing notions of "originalism" would suspend our living Constitution in ancient prejudices of race, ethnicity, religion, class and gender.
President-elect Trump likes to tout the business successes of his nominees as proof of their value. But the stories here appear to be changeable, as does so much of Trump's rationalizations.
As Dave already noted, Sen. Lindsey Graham was back on the air this Sunday, still flogging their latest Benghazi "scandal" that somehow President Obama was disengaged during the embassy attacks on the anniversary of 9/11. I'm not sure just how much
The 112th Congress may go down in the history books as the "Do Nothing" Congress, but Lawrence O'Donnell made sure that people will hear about what Senator Harry Reid did accomplish...
From the Senate Democrats Sen. Franken speaks out on the GOP's continued abuse of the filibuster: Freshmen and sophomore Democratic Senators today
You remember Ken Blackwell, don’t you? He’s the guy who in 2004 served simultaneously as Ohio Secretary of State and co-chair of the Committee to
From the President's meeting with the Senate Democrats, Sen. Pat Leahy asks about the GOP obstructing the President's judicial nominations and what ca
In a big "FU" to the Republican obstructionists in Congress, Barack Obama has re-submitted Dawn Johnsen to head the Office of Legal Counsel, after t
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