3 hrs ago
Wall Street Journal
Strassel: Conservatives Became Targets in 2008
The White House insists President Obama is "outraged" by the "inappropriate" targeting and harassment of conservative groups.
9 hrs ago
The anatomy of American political scandals: Rogette Harris
Political controversies continually bombard us, which makes it no surprise that ABC's hit show Scandal continues to shine.
17 hrs ago
National Review Online
A Delayed Public Reaction to Obama Scandals? Or No Reaction at All?
The Thursday edition of the Morning Jolt looks at what it will take for the media to stop giving President Obama the benefit of the doubt on the recent scandals, more egregious behavior at the IRS, and then these thoughts on recent polling: Will the scandals hurt President Obama's approval rating? National Journal's Michael Catalini looks at ... (more)
Wed May 22, 2013
Sex scandalites who didn't have a public comeback
Former presidential candidate and U.S. Sen. John Edwards. In 2010 John Edwards admitted he was the father of an illegitimate child whose mother was a filmmaker for his presidential campaign.
Mon May 20, 2013
It's time for Holder to go
One of many good things you can say about President Obama is that he is loyal to his friends.
Ifill to speak at Wake Forest commencement
The moderator and managing editor of "Washington Week" on PBS will speak at the commencement ceremony for Wake Forest University graduates.
Sat May 18, 2013
HotAir Daily Express 05/17/2013
We heard from one half of the Watergate-exposing journalistic duo this week on the AP scandal, and now the other half weighs in on the supposedly waning Benghazi debate.
Endorsement: Obama Wins our Hearts and Inspires Hope
The buzz of energy you might have felt in the air this morning wasn't another snowstorm.
The Las Vegas Sun
Last-minute amendment could create the state drink
Presidential candidate John Edwards toasts Star Hotel bartender Natalie Carter with a house specialty, a Picon Punch, while making a campaign stop in Elko Thursday, Jan.
Fri May 17, 2013
John Edwards re-emerges, begins public comeback
Mark Sanford is now a member of Congress two years after he stepped down as governor of South Carolina following a highly publicized extramarital affair.
Thu May 16, 2013
Book Review: Domestic Affairs by Bridget Siegel
Domestic Affairs by Bridget Siegel is a novel about a twenty-something political fundraiser who gets involved romantically with the presidential candidate whose campaign she is raising money for. The fundraiser, Olivia Greenley, is recruited to work for Landon Taylor, who is running for president of the United States.
Real Clear Politics
Republicans and the Long Game
The sudden deluge of scandal which dominates the discussion around President Obama's administration at the moment has handed a golden opportunity to Republicans.
John Edwards to speak at retreat for lawyers
Former presidential candidate John Edwards is about to hit the speaking circuit, about a year after he was acquitted by a North Carolina jury on a campaign finance charge.
Flint Township/Swartz Creek Advance
People & achievements in the greater Ann Arbor area, including Gold...
From new hires and promotions to industry awards, here's a roundup of achievements by businesses and individuals in the greater Ann Arbor area: The e-book "17 Cents and a Dream" by Dan Milstein , CEO of Ann Arbor's Gold Star Financial Group, was downloaded 40,309 times April 23-27 on Amazon.com during a Kindle e-book promotion.
Wed May 15, 2013
A Brief History of Slimy Dem Snoops and Dumpster Divers
It's always the "low-level" peon's fault, isn't it? When Democrats get caught red-handed abusing government powers and bullying their political enemies small and large, nobody at the top knows nuttin'. The buck stops ... in the janitors closet or something.
Gubernatorial candidate James Protzman could rouse the Democrats
Protzman is a Naval Academy graduate, a successful businessman and a former Chapel Hill Town Council member.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Mystery documents delay start of Whittemore trial
A judge has granted a brief delay in the trial of former Nevada lobbyist Harvey Whittemore on charges he broke campaign finance laws after his lawyers said some long-sought "mystery documents" have surfaced that could help prove his innocence.
Sun May 12, 2013
Dear Sarah Palin and John Edwards --- Please stop using your family members as political props.
I don't know about those of you folks who may read my postings, but in the recent presidential campaigns, I cringed when John Edwards used his cancer stricken wife, Elizabeth, as a political prop and I got very tired of seeing Sarah Palin's son Trig, who is afflicted with Down Syndrome, being passed around like a sack of potatoes, by Sarah and her ... (more)
New York Daily News
Bill Thompson quietly builds formidable mayoral campaign
As rivals Christine Quinn and Bill de Blasio attack each other and John Liu rails against a federal investigation of his fund-raising, former city Controller Bill Thompson seems content to barely make waves at all.
Fri May 10, 2013
Family values: Forgotten GOP ideal
Sometimes U.S. politics seem like a ludicrous soap opera. Remember when the Republican Party and its fundamentalist wing sanctimoniously declared that "family values" are the heart of public life, requiring strict fidelity between spouses? Remember when the Republican Party and its fundamentalist wing sanctimoniously declared that "family values" ... (more)