2 hrs ago | Media Matters for America
Republicans leaders are reportedly concerned that the scandal machine that has been kicked into high gear in recent days will lead to similar backlash the party faced over its endless and costly investigations into President Clinton in the 1990s: To veteran lawmakers, the sudden proliferation of investigations cannot help but raise the ghost of ... (more)
18 hrs ago | National Public Radio
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who was front-and-center during the Republican-led impeachment of President Clinton in 1998 , is cautioning his GOP colleagues about the risk of appearing to be too eager as they dig into the scandals now dogging the Obama administration.
BRADENTON, Fla., Feb. 22, 2012 Updated 7:30pm ET -- The stage is set tonight in Mesa, Ariz., for mistakes that make political history.
For everyone whose political memory goes back 15 years, can we not recognize some similarities to 1998? I don't want to say that President Obama is going to get impeached.
Once upon a time, the election season began with the New Hampshire primary in early March and never really gained momentum until the candidates were chosen and the fall campaign revved up.
Yesterday on Bloggingheads , Bill Scher, my liberal sparring partner, argued that pursuing "scandal politics" doesn't make sense for the Republicans.
1: Lois Lerner's apology last Friday was a spontaneous reaction to an unexpected question from an unknown audience member.
There is news Monday concerning the mayoral run that Anthony Weiner might be making in New York City, unless he doesn't make that run, in which case carry on with your lives.
Former House Speaker stars in "Most Clueless Video of the Year" as he wonders what to call a cell phone that connects to the Internet.
You may remember the name Sheldon Adelson from the 2012 election. He was the casino mogul who donated $20 million to Newt Gingrich's campaign.
On Friday the IRS issued an apology after admitting the agency unfairly targeted conservative agencies in 2011.
Less than four months after taking the oath of office for the second time, he is seen as falling prey to some mysterious witchcraft that casts a fatal spell on re-elected presidents.
The GOP needs to stop acting like because it lost the battle of 2012, it lost the war.
A congressman from the Houston area has launched an unusual political publicity stunt, staging a sweepstakes to give away an assault-style rifle.
Both NPR and PBS skipped over the Obama-IRS scandal on Friday night's "week in review" segments.