A look back at the week in American politics for the week ending October 18th, 2014.
The most lazy legislator in the world is worried about other, non-elected lazy Americans. Oh how the irony stings.
Would you leave someone in charge of your house that seven out of every ten of your friends don’t trust?
The GOP is clearly okay with remaining the party of anti-immigrant racism. What do you think would happen if our Hispanic population took exception to that and hit the polls hard this November?
Does it seem like the world is conspiring against itself these days? Cheer up! Things aren’t all completely terrible; just mostly.
It’s going to be a long, hot summer season in 2014, made even hotter by the Republicans’ full-blown Benghazi Fever.
A new Harvard Institute of Politics poll shows that just 23% of people aged 18-29 definitely plan on voting in November which is not cool, at all.
Polls are starting to show that even in Republican districts, Obamacare is gaining popularity, so it’s time for Democrats to stop hemming and hawing over the law and embrace it.
Sen. Randy Paul makes a moderate, but clearly anti-abortion comment and since he didn’t use the words “baby killer” or “murderer,” the right-wing turns on him.
Sarah Palin doesn’t like the Paul Ryan budget, but not for the same reasons you do, obviously.