It's not just a show, it's a shitshow, and we've got clips in real time.
Scott Walker has ended his quest for the presidency, but at least he did it in the first trimester.
If you want to watch Republican candidate hit Donald Trump's fist with their faces over and over again, you've come to the right place. Let the pigeons loose!
After cramming 7 minutes of entertainment into 80 minutes of kiddie-table debate Thursday afternoon, the main event is finally here: the first official 2016 Republican presidential candidates' debate. Frontrunner Donald Trump faces off against the rest of the top ten in a death match to the death, and we will have all the highlights in near-real time.
Shit just got really real. Republicans have lost their last, best chance to slow down the Donald Trump train before the first debate
Right-wing media personality Dana Loesch led a crusade against Politico (and others) over Scott Walker's remarks about mandatory ultrasounds, and Politico caved.
Go on, add a few more. Why not?
The Wisconsin governor has officially given the most awful answer to the question of whether he'd attend a gay wedding.
President Obama may have two years left in his term, but he's all out of fucks, as Scott Walker found out Tuesday morning.
Here's the week that was, at The Daily Banter.
Now, more than ever, the Republican governing philosophy is "I got mine and to hell with the rest of you."
Scott Walker went to London riding on a pony. Got a question about evolution, and decided it might be baloney.
With governors like these, it's no surprise Republicans are looking elsewhere for 2016.
If you're a politician, the last thing you want to hear is your name and the words "criminal scheme" in the same sentence. Well, welcome to Scott Walker's world right now.
Republicans wear Jesus on their sleeves like they wear flag pins on their lapels. They profess devotion to him even as they pop raging hard-ons for Paul Ryan’s latest fiscal monstrosity. But this isn’t about the utter lack of cognitive dissonance between the religious and political beliefs of conservative politicians. It’s about those politicians not having to answer for the very religions they tout in public to show what swell and holy people they are.
On Friday, Wisconsin's tea party governor, Scott Walker, signed the state's very own anti-abortion law. Among other things, which I'll cover presently, the law will close half of all the state's abortion clinics. Allow me to rephrase that sentence since it understated the gravity of the situation. Walker and the Republicans will close two of the state's four abortion clinics. Almost as shocking as the closures is the fact that a relatively large state like Wisconsin only has four abortion clinics (soon to be two).