A terrible campaign announcement, no mention of MLK's assassination anniversary, and the promised New York trial of Khalid Sheik Mohammed abandoned. Bad day, guys.
Insiders tell PJM that the unfocused, poorly led campaign sounds like the Donilon they know.
Directors and officers of the Monitor Group could be liable for federal penalties and imprisonment for willful omission of foreign agent activity.
The Livingston Group and the Monitor Group tried to sell the dictator and his son Saif to Washington and Europe as "human rights reformers."
The factories are gone, and with them, the unions: the Midwest may be seeing a huge swing away from the Democrats.
SEC Chairwoman Mary Schapiro's general counsel personally profited from Bernard Madoff, which Schapiro knew about. Today, Rep. Darrell Issa and Rep. Charles Grassley asked her for answers.
Another stunning political miscalculation. (Also read: "White House now disavowing involvement in Wisconsin protests.")
Real world crime statistics be damned, as sure as the sun comes up, the anti-gun lobby became among the first to run on autopilot and seek to politicize the senseless human killings in Tucson.
PJTV provided live, exclusive coverage of Ryan's remarks.
The new House speaker is a doer, not a sweet talker.
Expect fights over veto power, the debt ceiling, budget cuts, transparency, and the endangered career of Eric Holder. Ready?
The president's "dream team" of economic advisors is mostly gone and no one is stepping forward with any idea on how to get the economy moving again.
The institute raising money for an attempt to run the Gaza blockade next year has strong links to a former CIA spy who outed thousands of CIA agents.
Can anyone find 14 non-partisan, impartial proponents of clean government in Washington? Not likely.
The party’s top leadership looks committed to moving exactly in the opposite direction of the American electorate.
The president's first press conference since his party's epic defeat showed that he still hasn't processed what it all means.
The Patriots are set up in a major hotel on Capitol Hill. They've earned this night.
Some fun and peace, a little anger and hate. But mostly, we just couldn’t hear anything.
Want a press pass? Dear Leader cannot be reached at this time.
Did the speaker encourage illegal contact between the Democratic Party and outside "independent" groups to facilitate ad expenditures?
Isn't paying higher taxes patriotic? The Democratic National Committee and their private dining establishment in D.C., the National Democratic Club, are serious tax scofflaws.
Getting an easy line of credit may not sit well with cash-starved small businesses that have sought loans during the bad economy. The question is, will the DNC come clean and open their books on this transaction? (Update: Bank of America responds to the article; Richard Pollock responds to BofA.)
The continuing DOJ refusal to allow attorney Christopher Coates to testify on the case results in a heated Commission hearing.