A political blogger is claiming he had an affair with South Carolina Republican gubernatorial candidate Nikki Haley.
Haley is denying the allegation calling it “South Carolina politics at its worst.”
It was posted by Will Folks on his blog. He offers no proof of any relationship.
Folks writes, “several years go, prior to my marriage, I [...]
Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter’s defeat at the hands of upstart Rep. Joe Sestak made him the second Senate incumbent to lose an intraparty battle in the 2010 elections–the largest number since four incumbents fell in 1980.
Specter’s loss will be endlessly examined (and then re-examined) in the days to come but, at its root, there were [...]
Jay Leno apparently thought it was unnecessary to come up with fresh material for his performance at the White House Correspondents Dinner this weekend, and we really can’t blame him. It means, when you’ve got huge piles of gold like this lying around, why waste your time digging up more?
While Barack Obamasummoned “Daily Show” [...]
Three days after calling health-care reform a debacle for the Republicans, David Frum was forced out of his job at the American Enterprise Institute on Wednesday.
The ouster also came one day after a harsh Wall Street Journal editorial about the former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, which said that he “now makes his [...]
Earlier today, House Minority Whip Eric Cantor announced that a bullet had been shot through the window of his campaign office in Richmond. The Associated Press had reported that the bullet was fired through the window of the office of one of Cantor’s political consultants, but an aide says the bullet was indeed fired through [...]
The No. 2 Senate Democrat accused Republicans Wednesday of refusing to accept the finality of health care changes, a day after President Barack Obama signed the most sweeping medical system remake since Medicare.
“This is a political exercise for too many on the other side of the aisle,” said Sen. Dick Durbin. “We’re going to [...]
In the homestretch of the health care debate, one obvious question being asked across the capital is whether Speaker Nancy Pelosi will find 216 votes to pass the bill. For a group of particularly jittery Democrats, the better question may be this: Who will be allowed to slip away?
Yes, the 11th-hour vote tallying is under [...]
Differences have emerged as President Barack Obama urged top Republicans and Democrats to focus on agreements at a six-hour televised healthcare summit.
He urged 40 congressional Democrats and Republicans in Washington DC to avoid political theatre, as part of a fresh bid to save his troubled reform plans.
For the first time, Mr Obama offered his [...]