With Mitt Romney as its de facto go-to candidate, the roster of Restore Our Future, Romney's designated Super PAC slush fund, reads like a laundry list of New York City's wealthiest denizens. And, according to the Center for Responsive Politics and contrary to popular belief, Sup ... More >>
Anthony Weiner's been speakin' out a lot lately, and continues the trend. Earlier this month, Weiner growled about the President's bipartisan health care outreaches, "Good luck with that. The GOP has been the 'Party of No' all year."
Now that it looks like the Democrats are trying to push t ... More >>
The Democrats just won a cloture vote on the Obama jobs bill. Frank Lautenberg was out sick, and Ben Nelson voted against, so they needed some Republican backup, and got it from Republicans Susan Collins, Olympia Snowe, Kit Bond, George Voinovich, and newcomer Scott Brown.
This was just a v ... More >>
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TechRepublican says there are "a Few Bumps" at GOP.com, though content seems not to be an issue for them. Rightbloggers defend the new site (the real one, we mean) from churlish criticism: "New things and bringing change take time, unless you're the idiot in the ... More >>
After our initial review of GOP.com, when we saw a six-to-one people-of-color to people-of-whiteness ratio in nav bar portraits, we decided to duplicate the experiment and came up with a discordant result: Now the GOP is the Party of Women! Their Heroes still don't, for the most part, appe ... More >>
Obama's stimulus bill, sheared to a mere $838 billion, has passed in the Senate, by a vote of 61 to 36 with one abstention, with Republicans Arlen Specter, Olympia Snowe, and Susan Collins joining all the Senate Democrats. They are the only Republicans in the entire Congress to vote for the bill, fo ... More >>