It may have been the single stupidest thing Greene ever said. But the Charleston RiverDogs were listening.
Remember when being a “maverick” was considered a positive? Scott Brown tried to cross party lines, and all he got were angry Republican voters. (via Swampland)
If you haven’t heard of Alvin Greene, he’s the out-of-nowhere Democratic candidate for South Carolina Senate. But the 32-year-old political newbie apparently has a master plan to create jobs in America: make and sell Alvin Greene …
CBS News hears “talk in GOP circles” that Sarah Palin ought to replace Michael Steele to run the Republican National Committee. Would she be a good pick – and would she even want to do it?
If you live in Michigan or Nevada, the latest political ads hitting airwaves might look a little familiar. (via Swampland)
“The system is broken, and everybody knows it. Unfortunately, reform has been held hostage to political posturing and special-interest wrangling and to the pervasive sentiment in Washington that tackling such a thorny and
What good is C-SPAN programming without a little poetry here and there?
In the seat-counting world of Washington today, even a death cannot stop the incessant speculative adding and subtracting. Robert Byrd’s body is barely cold and already the town is abuzz about who his replacement could be.
“Hold the pickles, hold the lettuce. Special orders, don’t upset us!”
“…we’ve lost 400,000 jobs out here and the last guy I worry about is LeBron James. You know I mean, we all hope he’ll stay in Cleveland. We think we’ve got a great guy there that can turn everything around, but we got some
A host of both Republicans and Democrats disliked the Texas Congressman’s apology to BP CEO Tony Hayward. Now, Democratic fundraisers have turned to Facebook, ready to cash in on the outrage.
No money. No yard signs. No web site. And yet Alvin Greene of South Carolina wins the Democratic primary. (Via AP)