“We landed on the moon!”
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 a story that tries to tie the tea party to the economy of Lima, Ohio — the string it used wasn’t quite long enough — a Rolling Stone author implied that listening to Brad Paisley is a hobby of the unstylish.
A weight has been lifted from the world’s shoulders — and his, too, it would appear.
An APB is still out for the despotic and injury-plagued Kim Jong Un, after the alleged coup victim was reportedly a no-show at a national ceremony.
Congress is getting vocal about the Ebola threat.
What you’re about to read is from the lips of a rumored 2016 presidential contender. Consider that.
Fresh off of somehow offending both Jews and Muslims in the span of a few days, Vice-President Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. was the subject of a cringeworthy question at Monday’s White House press briefing that had at least one other member of the press corps snickering.
You’re a puppet.
We’ve reached full Biden.
President Obama sent voters a clear message Thursday: While he might not be on the ballot this November, he sure is in spirit.
Russian-American relations have never been colder inside the ring.
After a 40-shot tennis rally that’d make even Rafael Nadal collapse, the numbers have hardly budged.
A federal agency left the NFL to push for its preferred blackout restrictions without the government’s backing in a ruling issued Tuesday.
The office of Illinois Governor Pat Quinn announced the opening of Chicago’s first Olive Garden Monday as if the Cubs had just won the World Series.
Look. We get it. The president gave his coffee salute, The Semper Latte, just days ago, recent enough to use for National Coffee Day jokes from dusk ’til decaf. But aren’t we missing an opportunity here?
North Korean despot Kim Jong Un has disappeared from public view — not that he’s all that visible to the Western world to begin with — and the possible culprit rhymes with stout.
Practice makes perfect YouTube videos. And this is close.
Journalist Stephen F. Hayes, whose pro-America credentials include a spot high on The Weekly Standard’s masthead and a seat at Bret Baier’s table, has found himself on the most unlikely of lists.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie remarked to a local radio program that he has “concerns” about the prosecution of legal gun owner Shaneen Allen, but deferred to the criminal justice system to have its say first before commenting further.