"I received a photo that had a quote attributed to a tyrant," Terhar wrote. "The quote referred to gun control. I did not
NewsOk.com reports: The issue of arming elected officials has been debated in recent years nationally. This week, officials
Norcross described Buono as "a high-quality candidate" and said "in the absence of anyone else" Democrats should unite behind
Last week, Wyoming state Rep. Kendell Kroeker (R-Evansville) introduced legislation that would allow the state to jail federal
Rand called it "one of the worst" things Congress could do to Social Security. So, they’re very against it, but not interested
On Monday, Taitz asked her followers to join her for another six hours of picketing in front of the Supreme Court. Taitz
Monmouth County is a Jersey shore county which was heavily battered by Hurricane Sandy. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno (R) is a former
"I don’t think anyone is heir apparent to the U.S. Senate seat in New Jersey,” The Star-Ledger reported Oliver as saying
The NBC story said Lautenberg's office did not comment to the station on the retirement. Lautenberg has previously said that
"I said, 'Hey, we're drinking, put your guns away,'" Fulton recalled to The Huffington Post in an interview this week. "So
State Senate President Steve Sweeney (D-West Deptford), a potential gubernatorial candidate, tried to recruit Pascrell into
Palazzo made an unannounced trip to ravaged areas on the Island and in the Garden State on Tuesday. He said that much of
Birther queen Orly Taitz is celebrating a routine U.S. Supreme Court decision to refer her petition, which asks the court
Levels of party identification regularly shift, especially among less dogmatic voters. Nearly all of the change comes from
Eric Wilson, executive director of the Kentucky 9/12 project -- a Tea Party group in McConnell's state -- recently told Reuters
"Beginning in 2008, the federal government poured billions of dollars into AIG to save it from bankruptcy. AIG's reckless
Birther queen Orly Taitz intervened in the Kansas case, including flying to Topeka in an attempt to get the Objections Board
"Most significant for jobs, we were leaders in investments in alternatives sources of energy and went to bat for the automobile
The Democratic president of the New Jersey state Senate claimed that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) "prayed a lot and
“You reach more people, more quickly when you win an election,” said Noble, whose father, Peter, is a member of the board