A stupid mistake has cost Obamacare architect and economist Jonathan Gruber multiple contracts this week.
Once wiped out on a freshly waxed floor right in front of Sens. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) and Tom Udall (D-N.M.).
Chris is the Editor at Red Alert Politics. Formerly Managing Editor, he has worked as a legislative and communications aide to three members of Congress. He also has written for the editorial board of The Press-Enterprise in Riverside, Calif., and for the web arm of SLAM Magazine.
He began his college education as a mechanical engineering major with the misunderstanding that his years of expert Lego-building qualified him to fashion a real-life U.S.S. Enterprise. (Whoops.) He went on to study economics and history at Butler University -- the one of adorable bulldog mascot fame -- and journalism at Northwestern University's Medill Graduate School of Journalism.
Articles From Chris
In an act that belongs in the trolling hall of fame, the House of Representatives has retained a lawyer who voted for President Obama and supports “national health care” to sue President Obama over Obamacare.
We’ve achieved a full orbit in “We need to shut up, Pt. 2.”
Serendipitously, I awakened in an alternate universe this morning in which The New York Times editorial board comprised conservative partisans.
With Rand Paul weighing a White House bid, a report about the Kentucky senator’s planning provided a reminder that his support among Republicans is broadening wing-to-wing.
November 4 may have come and gone, but election season continues.
Drumming whiz Mick Fleetwood has confessed to urinating on the Clintons’ lawn during a White House concert in a newly released autobiography.
Sen. Ted Cruz’s comments on the net neutrality debate Monday accomplished two things. One, they successfully mobilized a coalition to oppose the president. Two, they set the Internet ablaze. Cruz may have razed the structures on which internet “fast lanes” are built before this matter is even resolved.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren centupled down on her anti-Wall Street message in an op-ed this weekend, saying it was time that Washington stop looking after “the tender fannies of billionaires” and craft a middle-class-first agenda.
The histrionic national conversation needs to sober up a bit.
Scott Walker, Rick Scott, Charlie Baker, Bruce Rauner, Anthony Brown goes down …
Barack Obama, a bitter voter from Chicago, Ill., called into a talk radio program to complain about politics Tuesday afternoon.
Basketball coaching legend and West Point graduate Mike Krzyzewski swatted President Obama’s ISIS strategy at an Army awards ceremony last month, criticizing it for telegraphing the United States’ approach.
An op-ed published Sunday by The New York Times calls for the elimination of future midterm elections, just two days before Democrats are expected to lose their Senate majority.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) made some self-deprecating jokes and colorful remarks about the state of the government during a recent private gathering, per a recording provided to CNN by South Carolina Democrats.
A poll released Wednesday found that the nation’s youth still supports change.
It’s just not the kind President Obama would prefer.
Taco Bell went dark across the breadth of the Internets Tuesday as part of a social media campaign to draw attention to a new app.
The IRS, the trustworthy federal tax-collecting agency that always has its stuff together, announced a shift in policy that should lead to less arbitrary targeting of Americans.
We don’t regret any confusion this may cause.
The young continue to be typecast negatively.