Republicans develop a four-step plan to train and nurture the next generation of campaign operatives
Public Policy Polling is releasing their latest set of oddball polls, about political affiliation and food preferences. And they’re not just for your entertainment.
How to fix my GOP.
In a satirical spot, Teddy Turner asks South Carolina to “break up” with career politicians like ex-governor Mark Sanford.
Losing a presidential election can focus the collective mind, but the individuals involved can have minds of their own.
The GOP is benefiting from a bevy of camera-ready, energetic national governors to help carry the fight to the White House on sequestration.
A new poll shows the majority of Americans want to maintain or increase government funding for every program except foreign aid.
Four reasons why Republicans are still talking about the “massive cover-up”
In the blame game with the President over impending cuts, Republicans are trying to push the label “Obamaquester.” The word isn’t likely to last—and doesn’t help Washington’s reputation either.
In many ways the showdown underway in Washington over the budget sequester is complicated and confusing. But on one level is it clarifying: It has revealed the supremacy of the Republican Party’s economic wing over its other key factions.
Former Gov. Mark Sanford appeals to the “God of second chances” in his bid for South Carolina’s first congressional district.
Jackson, 47, was charged Friday with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, mail fraud and making false statements. He faces five years in prison and fines of $250,000 if convicted.
Salomon Melgen’s X-ray company stood to gain $500 million if Senator Menendez succeeded in freeing up a contract with the State Department