Washington, D.C. - The House of Representatives House Budget Committee has booted two of their own, conservative Tea Party members Tim Huelskamp of Kansas and Justin Amash of Michigan. Both Huelskamp and Amash have consistently voted against House Speaker John Boehner. The political analyst says the move will make it easier for...
The Romney campaign has received a cease-and-desist letter from the attorney of the band Silversun Pickups after using one of the band's songs, "Panic Switch", at a recent campaign event in North Carolina without permission of the band. Apparently, the campaigned played the song at an event but never attempted...
Washington, D.C. During a Republican leadership meeting on Tuesday in Washington, a decision was made to abandon efforts to raise the nation's debt limit and restore military pension cuts because of lack of support from so-called "rank and file" Republican members of Congress. Now, a "clean" bill to raise the debt...
Former Florida Republican governor Jeb Bush has come out to endorse Mitt Romney for the 2012 Republican nomination to eventually compete against President Barack Obama in the general election in November. Jeb Bush is the son of one former president and brother to another former president and the first of...
The 4th U.S.Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered the lower court that originally heard the case and ruled the healthcare mandate law unconstitutional to dismiss the case for lack of jurisdiction. Virginia argued that since it has a state law covering healthcare, that gave them the right to challenge the...
Washington, D.C.- Janet Napolitano, the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, has announced that the agency will be reviewing every one of the 300,000 deportation cases to determine which should be prioritized, and which should be put on the back burner. The review will cover all the currently pending cases...
Redistricting is sure to bring out the least desirable personalities of lawmakers in their effort to redraw political districts that will affect state and federal representatives’ ability to stay in office and be reelected as their voting constituents will change.  In most cases, with the recent Florida constitutional amendments...
Washington, D.C. - According to new polls out yesterday and today, Republicans are taking the most blame for the federal government shutdown, with 62% saying republican's stubbornness and refusal to negotiate is irresponsible and reckless. Meanwhile, roughly 50% also assign some blame to Democrats saying their spending habits are costing the...
June 6, 2011 – Washington – The New York Representative democrat that serves in the House of Representatives on Capitol Hill is facing criticism for a possibly lewd photo that he admitted he sent via Twitter to a woman in Washington state, all while he is in his first...
Washington, D.C. - The House of Representatives has just voted to hold US Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress in a vote with 255 voting for the measure and 67 voting against it. The vote by the House was so heated, the 42-member Congressional Black Caucus walked out ahead...