Historians pointed out to the Mississippi politician that the Confederate general was quite brutal to his slaves.
For this week's Hardcore Weird News podcast, gun-slingin', lasso-throwin', all-around-bad ass Chris McDaniel sat down to
Cowboy Chris McDaniel whips cigar out of editor's mouth
"While we disagree with the majority, since there was no deadline in the statute to file a challenge, we are glad the Supreme
Clayton Thomas Kelly, a blogger who supported Cochran's GOP primary challenger, was taken into custody in May for allegedly
By Emily Le Coz McDaniel attorney Mitch Tyner's name appeared on a list of irregular votes filed as an addendum to the complaint
Roberts appeared vulnerable earlier this year after questions were raised about his residency in Kansas, similar to what helped defeat veteran Sen. Richard Lugar two years ago.
So Barry Herring, the owner of Southern Fried Comics, took a photo and posted it to Twitter to express his displeasure. "We
The pro-Cochran super PAC ran advertisements on radio and in newspapers touting the senator's support for the African-American
McDaniel is launching a legal challenge to the election results, contending that many Mississippi voters are "very angry
Correction (7/7/2014 3:09pm EST): An earlier version of this post mis-attributed a quote by Sherman Alexie to Congresswoman
"Senator Thad Cochran’s campaign allegedly paid $15 per vote to steal the June 24 Republican primary election," his website
Beyond opposing Jones in North Carolina, Singer's American Unity PAC spent more than $660,000 to promote Rep. Richard Hanna
This Cochran conference call has turned into reporters yelling at each other -- mad that call was ended after someone keep
For decades, Mississippi Republicans and Democrats have paid black ministers to appeal to their congregations to vote for their candidates.
McDaniel spokesman Noel Fritsch said Tuesday that the campaign's exact strategy had yet to be decided. We have a long fight
Do Mississippi Republicans have a millennial problem? Evan M. Alvarez, former chairman of the Federation of College Republicans, has deserted the elephant for the donkey.
"When I ran for Chairman in the spring, I ran to be Chairman of the Mississippi Federation of College REPUBLICANS, not the