They have no choice but to ride the crazy train over the cliff and it's all their own fault.
Want to take back the House this year? Focus on these 9 Golden State Republicans whose days are numbered.
The rats are getting nervous as the blue tidal wave closes in.
When reality bursts their bubble of bullshit, the angry, stupid and well-armed are going to lash out.
Jon Ossof’s loss should teach Democrats that they need to take risks and play dirty
A Republican winning a deep red district isn't a big deal. Almost losing it is.
If voters knew that electing a GOP Senate was so intrinsically tied to an improved economy, why didn't they give the Senate to the Republicans two or three elections ago? Why wait?
State officials have proved in nearly every election why they ought to be stripped of this duty, and to have the entire process run and regulated by a nonpartisan, centralized body to ensure that irresponsible leaders can no longer play political grabass with our representative democracy.
Should these people be stripped of their voter registrations?
The balance of power and legislative conduct in Washington, however, will remain much as it was before the election, given how the Senate Republicans routinely filibustered or outright blocked Obama administration-supported legislation as well as judicial and other appointees.
Elsewhere, Charlie Crist's fortunes rest with voters in Southern Florida where he could pick up enough late votes to defeat controversial incumbent Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL).
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell defeated challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes following a hotly contested race that culminated with a lawsuit by Grimes against the state Republican Party and the McConnell campaign for issuing misleading letters warning of "election fraud."
There is no better example of the emerging and unrivaled galactic power of social media and the internet than this election.
It looks like McConnell will win this one anyway, with a polling lead of around five points. But why not attempt to suppress turnout anyway, you know, for the down-ballot races as well.
Yes, our political discourse now involves something called "The Nerd Screen" -- and the legacy of Lawrence E. Spivak, Garrick Utley and Tim Russert is officially dead.
It appears as if Democratic prospects aren't as horrifying as everyone says. Far from it.
A New Mexico Republican candidate for Senate, Allen Weh, released the following ad today, becoming the first video blast of the 2014 campaign to exploit last week's beheading of American journalist James Foley.
President Obama announced that he'll take any and all executive actions he can in order to fix the nation's immigration system, and by doing so showed no concern for John Boehner's litigious shenanigans.
Anyone who tells you the GOP is a lock to hold onto the House of Representatives while taking back the Senate in the midterms doesn't know what the hell they're talking about. Why? Because it's April. The election isn't for another seven months. That's a huge block of time, especially knowing how the speed of online media has accelerated news cycles and shortened voter attention spans.