Fox News host Pete Hegseth was paid roughly $10,000 by Republicans in Michigan to speak at a fundraising event with then-Senate candidate John James.
The Trumpsters say it’s time to turn this historic public service over to the magic of the free market profit motive and the efficiency of bottom-line corporate management.
That ad became the template for decades of destructive political campaigns that focused not only on violent crime but that also blamed black Americans for much of it.
Lately, some Republican members of Congress have given evidence of spines that they are capable of stiffening.
Josh Hawley reportedly mingled taxpayer-funded staff with out-of-state consultants who helped him run the attorney general’s office while he planned his Senate campaign.
Republicans have nothing to say about evidence that shows one of their nominees benefited from election fraud.
The smoke has barely cleared from the Texas GOP’s weak suburban performance, and already some of them are doubling down on the crazy.
As the dust refuses to settle from the 2018 midterms, there are stubborn reminders that there really are two Americas when it comes to voting and elections.
Protestors are flooding the state capitol in Madison to fight the GOP’s blatant power grab.
New evidence emerges suggesting serious irregularities in a congressional election in North Carolina.
It was a brief tweet, but Conway got his point across: U.S. Code 1512 pertains to witness tampering.
Trump’s health care sabotage is hurting the most vulnerable members of society: children.
Trump loves to spread conspiracy theories about nonexistent voter fraud — but he’s shutting up about evidence of actual voter fraud in North Carolina that may have helped a Republican candidate.
Rep. Eric Swalwell is convinced that the outgoing GOP House Intelligence chairman has covered for Trump’s wrongdoing.
Rep. Ted Deutch believes all Mueller will have to do from here is connect the dots.
After the midterms, Fox previews its strategy for covering economic downturns: Blame Democrats.
Not that there’s anything new about it. Soreheads have been menacing journalists since the invention of newspapers.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro has received more than $200,000 in speaking fees from 13 Republican organizations in the past two years, according to a Media Matters analysis.
California Republicans lost six seats, including every seat in the former GOP stronghold of Orange County.
As the Republican Party became the Party of Trump, the club had two choices: stick to its genteel tradition, offering solace to the few moderate Republicans left, or go native.
A dust-up over a joke about a Republican politician’s war injury reveals conservative hypocrisy.
Fox News said Sean Hannity wasn’t going to campaign for President Donald Trump at Monday night’s rally. Sean Hannity said he wasn’t going to campaign for Trump.
The billionaire’s antipathy is not directed at us as individuals, but as users of publicly provided services — such as schools, parks, health care, buses, collective bargaining, libraries and environmental protections.
While many Republican politicians are undoubtedly aware of the damage Trump is doing to democracy, few have the courage to speak out against it.
A wave election would be felt far beyond Washington, D.C.