Republicans are fighting Republicans. Teacher unions are linking arms with tea partyers. President Barack Obama is working in tandem with big business.
Electability and pragmatism won. Ideology and purity lost.
A recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C. found that the Republican party is divided on the matter of global warming.
President Barack Obama cast Republican Ken Cuccinelli on Sunday as part of an extreme Tea Party faction that shut down the government, throwing the political weight of the White House behind Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the final days of a bitter race for governor.
Rep. Peter King wants even the Boy Scouts to know he’s upset with his Republican Party.
The star of “Raising McCain” says her father is “depressed” over the current political state.
Actor and “Ambassador-at-large for Haiti” Sean Penn said that “there’s a mental health problem in Congress,” and stated that Tea Party issues could be resolved by “committing them by executive order.”
A slice of corporate America thinks Tea Partyers have overstayed their welcome in Washington and should be shown the door in next year’s congressional elections.
A year after losing a presidential race many Republicans thought was winnable, the party arguably is in worse shape than before. The GOP is struggling to control tensions between its tea party and establishment wings and watching approval ratings sink to record lows.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz says this month’s partial government shutdown and his key role in it were a success: They got people talking.