During a 90-minute press conference, Representative Maxine Waters vehemently denied breaking House conflict-of-interest regulations by allegedly helping garner Federal support for a troubled bank that had close ties to her husband.
At a fundraiser in Milwaukee on Monday, President Barack Obama said in a speech, “Let’s reach for hope.” Apparently hope is all he has left.
Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum has unveiled a historically aggressive immigration bill proposal that he said would go "one step further" than Arizona’s controversial new law, which was recently stripped of its key provisions by a Federal judge.
The controversy surrounding the proposed Islamic center in lower Manhattan seems to continue, as the developers rejected an offer to relocate the project.
Completing the latest stage of reversing the ban on same-sex marriage in California, a judge has ruled that ceremonies may resume in the state on August 18.
Conservatives from around the country blasted Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) last week after the veteran lawmaker made some racially charged remarks while attempting to disparage Republican policies.
When it comes to the left wing of American politics, I’m seldom surprised. Any family which includes Nancy Pelosi and Bill Clinton—not to mention sideshow siblings like Moulitsas, Moore and Sheehan, along with creepy Uncle Barney Frank and wacky Gramps Soros, is going to create moments which stick out like the honest guy at a personal injury lawyers’ convention.
The Tea Party movement remains a powerful force in American politics, although numerous recent studies have shown that its membership’s affiliation defies traditional party identification.
A few days after the American Freedom Defense Initiative and Stop Islamization of America filed a lawsuit against New York City’s Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) for refusing to run an ad campaign protesting the construction of an Islamic center in lower Manhattan, the agency has agreed to put up the posters.
During a 37-minute unscripted speech, a defiant Representative Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) told his colleagues that he would not resign and demanded that the House ethics committee resolve his case before the November elections.