Susan J. Demas: Bad sign for Republicans that high-profile members are abandoning the party
Texas Gov. Rick Perry in 1980s switched from being a Democrat to a Republican. Now several high-profile Republicans are jumping ship.
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Ed Gillespie for Senate?
Politico reports that Ed Gillespie - former Republican National Committee chairman, presidential adviser to George W. Bush and senior adviser on the Mitt Romney campaign - may challenge Sen. Mark Warner in 2014.
Rep. Davis' campaign finance reports obscured by errors
Dec. 05 --A Tribune investigation of U.S. Rep. Danny Davis' campaign finance s has prompted the Chicago Democrat to correct a $25,000 error in a federal disclosure, but he has not rectified reports by two of his state committees that are inaccurate or incomplete.
Head's up: apparently, there's an Iran deal going on.
Hard to say, really: the President was supposed to be on at 10:15 PM Eastern to announce it.
WWGO - November 23, 2013
Today is November 23rd. On this date in 1859, notorious gun-slinger Billy the Kid was born in New York City.
Senate Republicans Can Retaliate. Will They?
Who can blame Harry Reid for pulling the nuclear option, eliminating the filibuster on judicial nominees? He has punched Senate Republicans in the face all year and they have failed to respond.
New Trade Agreements Could Help Boost Our Sagging Economy
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets , Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by David Thomas to discuss the fast-track authority that needs to be passed in Congress for new trade agreements, the broad coalition of groups that have come together in the Trade Benefits America Coalition and how 40 million American jobs depend on trade in the ... (more)
Freedom of the Press is Guaranteed by the First Ammendment
Alabama authorities paraded a shackled liberal pundit into court, where he was denounced Nov. 14 for recent news coverage about his jailing and forced to argue his case while bound.