Last March, Sarah Palin unleashed a sports-infused tirade that shows more than a lack of basketball acumen: it shows a comfort in the language of violence that should disqualify her from national politics.
The Tea Party congresswoman from Minnesota is headed for the first-caucus state of Iowa. She’s openly discussing a presidential bid. But would she really run? Only "if I felt that’s what the Lord was calling me to do."
The former vice presidential nominee may not be able to see Russia from her house. But she sees the WikiLeaks founder as enough of a threat to argue for hunting him down as a terrorist.
Maybe a presidential candidate, maybe not, but definitely spending a lot of time in the first-caucus state.
Murkowski brings up the unspoken concern among those who know about Palin best: The former governor might not be the sharpest tack in the box.
Can Lady Gaga get a couple of Republicans to do the right thing about "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell"?
Could the Democrat who didn’t stand a chance beat Palin’s protege? A new poll says "yes."
Fox’s silliest self-promoter tried to claim a piece of the civil rights legacy. But the anniversary march that mattered was in Detroit, where the Rev. Jesse Jackson and the UAW’s Bob King called for jobs, justice and peace.
For Democrats, Republican primaries are the gift that keeps on giving.
The GOP’s most volatile political player appears to have taken down Republican senator Lisa Murkowski.