Tuesday Dec 3
Schumer: I offered Scott Brown a pass in 2012 (Brown was one of...
Sen. Charles Schumer , in a new interview with The New Republic, says he offered former senator Scott Brown an electoral pass in 2012 if Brown would give Democrats the deciding vote for the so-called "Disclose Act."
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Sunshine State News
Party-Switching Candidates Don't Win Hearts
Candidates can be moderate and still win elections, but the ones who do it by switching parties and feigning middle-of-the-road principles plain turn voters off.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Exhibit Lays Out Specter's JFK Assassination Theory
It was the late Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter who advanced the "single-shooter" theory as a member of the Warren Commission that looked into President John F. Kennedy's assassination.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
The Times of Trenton
Schlegel: Mourning Kennedy 50 years later
I was 19, about go to class at the Annenberg School of Communications on University of Pennsylvania campus, when a familiar voice on the TV nearby came on.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Stacy Smith Looks Back At Kennedy Assassination Report 30 Years Ago
In Dallas, it was eerie to be on Elm Street for the first time. To see the grassy knoll and remember the drama as it played out.
The Single Bullet Theory
They say those of us who question the Warren Commission official finding that OSWALD ACTED ALONE are crazy, creepy Conspiracy Theorists.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Hypocritical Dems Think They'll Always Rule
Today, Majority Leader Harry Reid took the first steps toward altering the nature of the Senate.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Carlson & Ponnuru: Did 'Right-Wing Hate' Kill Kennedy?
Bloomberg View columnists Margaret Carlson and Ramesh Ponnuru met online to chat about the anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination and the Cheney family quarrel.
The Des Moines Register
Jacobs' voting record, donations at issue
DONATIONS: Jacobs made donations of $600 and $2,400 in September 2009 to then-U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, who had recently gone on the record supporting President Barack Obama's health care reform plan.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Two Years With the Tea Party
What happens when two Brooklyn filmmakers spend 30 months documenting the lives of tea-party activists? The answer may surprise you.
Shanin Specter on growing up with the `single bullet theory'
He was not yet six-years-old when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas 50 years ago this week.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
In Two Charts: Why Hillary (and Bill) Clinton Damn Well Better Hope Obamacare Succeeds
Bill Clinton did it again. On Tuesday, he interjected himself into the ongoing political tussle over the implementation of Obamacare by declaring that President Barack Obama "should honor" his "commitment" to allow people to hang on to their preexisiting health insurance plans.
The Kane train keeps rolling
Are you slowly shedding that self-sewn shawl emblazoned, "I'm a prosecutor, not a politician."
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski trails behind other governor candidates, poll says
A Harper Polling survey released today found 22 percent of respondents would vote for Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz if the election were held today.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
Corbett wages reelection fight with historically low poll numbers
Never in modern Pennsylvania history has an incumbent governor hobbled by such low job-approval ratings asked the public for another term.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Toomey Becoming the Specter He Destroyed?How does PA's junior senator get away with his GOP heresies?
When they woke up on Tuesday morning, Pennsylvanians checking the news could've been forgiven if they'd been transported back 10 or 20 years.