The Washington Times' political blog.
President Obama offered a love-inspired stimulus plan on Valentine's Day, telling men to splurge.
Sen. John Cornyn says Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. is "playing politics" with the nation's anti-terrorism efforts and has compromised national security and put the lives of military personnel at risk.
Colorado Republicans were breathing a sigh of relief after state Rep. Laura Bradford announced Friday that she would remain in the GOP, following a two-week kerfuffle that imperiled the party's one-vote hold on the state House.
European Parliament Member Daniel Hannan told a gathering of conservative activists in Washington Saturday that the Obama administration's "Europeanization" agenda has the U.S. "screeching toward the cliff" of socialism.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton says President Obama deserves little credit for the military operation that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden, saying it was a "success 20 years in the making."
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal took his push to overhaul his state's school systems — and his fight with teachers unions — to Washington Saturday, telling a gathering of conservatives activists that unions are holding back his reforms.
Florida Republican Rep. Allen West told the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday that conservatives mustn't "sit back on our laurels" won during the Republicans' sweeping 2010 midterm election success and press ahead to control all of government.
A top official with the National Rifle Association said Friday that President Obama will move to "destroy" gun rights and "erase" the Second Amendment if he is re-elected in November.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee expressed solidarity with a growing movement by the U.S. Catholic bishops to fight President Obama's new mandate that religious institutions pay for their workers' birth control, telling a gathering of conservative activists Friday that "we're all Catholics now."
Seeking to find a conservative angle to take on surging Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney on Thursday repeated his call for Congress to permanently end pork-barrel spending through earmarks.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi upped the satirical ante Thursday with a new, tongue-in-cheek attack ad taking on comedian Stephen Colbert, who has formed a real "super PAC" to support his less-than-real bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
The White House is pushing back against Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's condemnation of President Obama's recent mandate for insurance coverage of contraceptives as part of the new health-care law.
President Obama's decision to change his mind and embrace so-called "super PACs" has campaign finance watchdog groups expressing rising disappointment about the administration's failure to follow through on promises to fix the nation's campaign finance laws.
As good as Rick Santorum's night was Tuesday in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri, Mitt Romney's was that bad, and worse.
President Obama has moved ahead of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Virginia for the first time in Quinnipiac University's polling, according to a survey released Wednesday.
'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America