Rand Paul's Mr. Smith Goes To Washington moment during his U.S. Senate filibuster was a big scam in more ways than a politician can count votes or money.
Well, I went home with the waitress
The way I always do
How was I to know
She was with the Russians, too
Send lawyers, guns and money…
~ Lyrics by Warren Zevon.
The 33 votes in the U.S. House of Representatives to repeal the National Affordable Care Act may show determination by house Republicans to gridlock Congress, but it was 32 times too many.
When a politician gets an idea, he usually get's it wrong, accordng to one corollary of Murphy's law.
What about when a politician utters a falsehood or outright lie?
In the dark of night in Boston Harbor, the Boston Tea Party on Dec. 16, 1773 actually spawned two other tax protests.
Rand Paul, a U.S. Senator representing a major coal producing state, can't get his facts straight about the industry or organized labor.
There is a secret government check and balance at work in the debt ceiling crisis.
When a Super Bowl commercial offends Republican strategist Karl Rove, it's probably resounding in just the opposite way with mainstream Americans.
Today's Tea Party claims to focus on smaller government, fiscal responsibility, individual freedoms and upholding a conservative view of the U.S. Constitution.
The other day a friend sent me a link about the empty building glut in China. They have entire cities that are empty. All those empty businesses and empty apartments generate no money.
United Nations delegates in the resort city of Cancun, Mexico tried to protect us from the perils of climate change and global warming.