"I received a photo that had a quote attributed to a tyrant," Terhar wrote. "The quote referred to gun control. I did not
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R) wants to be able to carry a gun in her purse. Fallin told The Huffington Post last week that
PolitickerNJ.com reported that Norcross did not mince words when describing his opposition to Codey. Norcross' backing will
Toth also told KUHF.org that he questioned a ban on assault weapons, including the one used in the Newtown, Conn., school
So, they’re very against it, but not interested in saying flat-out they’d never go along if it were part of a broader reform
Gopal said that Buono's independence is behind the movement by party leaders to find another candidate. He dismissed concerns
If elected, Oliver would be the first woman senator from New Jersey. The Garden State has only elected two women to statewide
Rep. Frank Pallone (D) is considered a potential Senate candidate against Booker in the event Lautenberg does retire. Sen
"Schaffer’s supposed to go down and talk to these Tea Party people and get them all fired up," Fulton said. "I hear this
In addition to Sweeney, state Sen. Richard Codey (D-Roseland) and Elizabeth, N.J., Mayor Chris Bollwage (D) are both seen
Rep. Steven Palazzo (R-Miss.), who represents Mississippi's Gulf Coast, will now be voting for the $51 billion in federal
The long odds have not deterred Taitz, a lawyer, dentist and real estate agent in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., from celebrating
On average, 47 percent of Americans in 2012 said they were Democrats or Democratic-leaning independents, compared to 42 percent
ForAmerica Executive Director David Bozell, however, said that McConnell's score is likely to dip significantly. Whoever
AIG is considering whether to join a $25 billion shareholder lawsuit claiming that the terms of the bailout were unfair. Sen
Birther queen Orly Taitz intervened in the Kansas case, including flying to Topeka in an attempt to get the Objections Board
Kasich, a potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate, is considered a target for Democrats in 2014, stemming from his role
Sweeney immediately found himself under attack by Republicans, who have normally been close with the South Jersey Democrat
“You reach more people, more quickly when you win an election,” said Noble, whose father, Peter, is a member of the board