Michele Bachmann Still Considers Obama Administration a “Gangster Government”

This week, Michele Bachmann (R, MN) went on Meet the Press to discuss healthcare reform funding, the crisis in Libya, how John Boehner has fared as Speaker of the House, and whether or not she still believes we are operating under a “gangster government” (a phrase she famously originated in 2009). Read More Michele Bachmann Still Considers Obama Administration a “Gangster Government”

The Morning After: Political Hangover

Now that I’ve gotten a full night’s sleep, here I am with a political hangover: I’m a little cranky and sore, and looking back on the events of last night it’s all kind of a blur. So, while I sip my coffee, some musings about last night’s election results. I’ll keep it brief because others who are smarter and more eloquent than I will be analyzing throughout the day. Read More The Morning After: Political Hangover

2010 Midterms: What’s at Stake?

The 2010 midterm elections will decide who will fill all 435 seats on the House of Representatives and 37/100 seats on the Senate.  To gain control, Republicans need to gain 39 seats in the House and 10 seats on the Senate.  If, as predicted, the Republicans/Tea Partiers do gain control, current Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi will be replaced by Ohio Republican Rep. John Boehner.  Read More 2010 Midterms: What’s at Stake?