The sort of contrast that exists between Paul and Rubio could be restorative.
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
Sen. Marco Rubio made his criticism of a fellow Republican plain Thursday night.
Sen. Rand Paul broke with the Republican Party’s prevailing argument against President Obama’s Cuba policy Thursday, saying the move toward opening trade with the long-embargoed nation “probably” is a good idea.
It’s right there in the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, like a sore thumb in camouflage.
Any broke young professional who still manages to scrape together enough cash for a bar outing in hopes of “meeting someone” can surely identify with this.
Soon-to-be Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid lamented the poor Obamacare rollout, blamed the president for Democrat losses in the midterm elections, and talked himself up in an interview published Wednesday, securing his status as the political equivalent of a “Rocky” villain.
Jon Stewart did a segment about a topic Tuesday night, during which the audience made a lot of “ooh” noises at some junctures and laughed at other ones, and the host made a series of dramatic pauses and sarcastic remarks for comedic effect.
The Obamacare architect (who says he isn’t) Jonathan Gruber said Tuesday morning that he is “embarrassed” for comments he made discussing the public’s awareness and intelligence amid the passage of the president’s health care reform.
Elizabeth Warren’s team has made a play for the plaintive folk music crowd. Now Hillary’s side is courting the country fans. Where does that leave the vice-president?
Multiple lawmakers took to the House floor Monday to make the “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture that has become a staple of the Ferguson protest movement.
We cannot undo injury. If we are fortunate, we can heal it. And if we are conscious, we can at least afford ourselves the opportunity to prevent future instances of it.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Tuesday morning that the Democrats’ key to success in 2016 is to “embrace” the very same government that a majority of Americans utterly loathe.
A preview of Budweiser’s coming marketing strategy is missing a few hooves.
President Obama’s offer to smooth over an immigration reform compromise with Speaker John Boehner has turned out to be a case of barking up the nonexistent tree.
You know it is.
A stupid mistake has cost Obamacare architect and economist Jonathan Gruber multiple contracts this week.
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.