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Donald Trump In his most recent feud, Donald Trump is suing Bill Maher for $5 million after the comedian joked on "The Tonight Show" that he would give Trump the sum if he proved his father wasn't an ape. Recently on Fox & Friends," Trump said, "
March 2, 2013 Turns out working in politics offers more career options than just selling your soul to become a corporate lobbyist you also can sell your soul to Hollywood. Hollywood's turned a fictional spotlight on Washington in the past decade or
The back-and-forth verbal jabs between former Bush deputy chief of staff Karl Rove , his deputies at American Crossroads and some of the conservative movement's so-called critically important figures took another intense turn on Mark Levin's
In the aftermath of last November's rather crushing GOP loss, there's been the usual process of soul-searching, auditing, and roundtable discussing to ascertain what went wrong and how the Republican party can avoid screwing up on a similar par in
Karl Rove wants the GOP establishment to take back the Republican Party from the tea party, and he's launching an initiative to do so. Rove and other organizers behind his super PAC American Crossroads are supporting a new super PAC called the
On Tuesday, Wichita City Council members begin what could be a three-week process of selecting a replacement for Kansas senator-elect Michael O'Donnell. But it's possible the seat will be left open until the April city elections. The council is set
The 42-year-old Army veteran has been deployed three times in 10 years, including twice while holding down a job at the state's attorney's office. I often tell people that being a prosecutor and an Army Reserve soldier are similar because we're both
Republicans hopeful of taking over the Senate should be measuring the drapes. But a series of blown opportunities two years ago and again this year has cost Republicans dearly in their quest for a Senate majority. Flawed, gaffe-prone nominees may
At first glance, the Kansas Senate race in District 25 sounds a lot like the presidential campaign. One candidate is talking about cutting taxes, supporting business and shrinking government; another about maintaining essential social services and
I think I owe that to my supporters, to at least consider a run, said O'Donnell in an interview with Delaware Online published Sunday. People sacrificed. Not only came out of their comfort zone sacrificed to work hard in order to win the primary.