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Obama’s new health plan already DOA

A desperate President Barack Obama is pulling out all the stops in a last-ditch effort to salvage his $950 billion health care plan but...

GOP donors fed up with RNC boss Steele’s high flying, expensive...

Michael Steele, the embattled chairman of the Republican National Committee, is living large at donor expense and a growing number of GOP fatcats say...

Winning campaign strategy: Bash Pelosi

Time-proven ploy of politics: Identify an enemy and then run against that enemy. Many candidates run for Congress not by opposing the record of their...

The health care soap opera approaches

Coming soon to daytime television: America's long-running civic drama over how to provide better health care to more of its people without breaking the...

Evan says Bayh Bayh

Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh's decision to leave Congress is hardly a surprise to those who see political moderates as an increasingly disaffected bunch who...

The man who killed bipartisanship

Bipartisanship. Sounds like a great concept. At one time, it actually existed in the halls of power in Washington. Bipartisanship helped President Ronald Reagan get his tax...

When in doubt, blame Bush

When Democrats run out of ideas (a problem that happens often) they turn to their standard political tactic: Blame former President George W. Bush. Record...

Suddenly sexy Republicans?

Virginia's First 
Lady: Maureen McDonnellNormally, you don't see the term "sex symbol" and "Republican" in the same sentence.

Most people had a good laugh when the party of the elephant tried to pass off Sarah Palin as sexy.

The Wasilla wonder is many things: Sexy ain't one of them.

But election of former nude Cosmo model Scott Brown as the new Senator from Massachusetts has given Republicans a hunk they can call their own and Saturday Night Live cemented Brown's status as the new GOP sex symbol with a skit this past weekend that depicted Democrats having fantasies of Brown that had little to do with legislation and a lot to do with imagination.