In a new ad, California Republican Senate candidate Carly Fiorina's campaign attacks Barbara Boxer for voting for "trillions of dollars in wasteful spending and more than a trillion dollars in higher taxes while Californians pay the price." It also slams her for becoming a millionaire as a senator and paying her family out of her "special-intere
"The verdict is in, the small elite don't get us," Christine O'Donnell (R-DE) said at the Value Voters Summit.
AP: President Barack Obama has named Wall Street critic Elizabeth Warren to help oversee creation of a new agency to look out for the interests of consumers in their dealings with banks, mortgage companies and other financial institutions. Obama says the agency was Warren's idea so it only makes sense that she be "the architect" working with Tr
A new ad from Arizona Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry Goddard criticizes Gov. Jan Brewer for the state of the economy.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) says President Obama has been too busy working to fix the "cancer" to have time to let people know how he has been doing it.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce slams Florida Gov. and Independent Senate candidate Charlie Crist for being a "flip-flopper."
“It’s normally around this time of year you go to tip your toe in the water, and my guess is, President Obama about this time in 2006 did I think what would be considered a somewhat analogous event,” Gibbs said in his Friday briefing. “My guess is, she's going to dip that toe.”
"Why not make her director, Mr. President? Why not submit her to confirmation?," CBS' Mark Knoller asks President Obama after he announced she would oversee a new consumer protection agency.
"We have lost respect to the world and we are going broke. Our social and cultural fabric is unraveling," Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) said at the Values Voter Summit.
"I understand why you're mad, you have a right to be mad," former President Bill Clinton said.
Eugene Robinson: She has mastered what should be called the Sarah Palin Affect -- the perkiness, the folksiness, the religiosity, the occasional flash of bared fangs -- and she performs it well.
"Yes, I have my personal beliefs," Christine O'Donnell said when asked about her views. "These are questions from statements I made over 15 years ago. I was in my 20s and very excited and passionate about my newfound faith. But I can assure you, my faith has matured. And when I go to Washington D.C., it will be the Constitution on which I base a
Sen. John McCain has a warning for the GOP as he takes on growing voter anger and cynicism, O'Donnell's upset primary win, taxes, Reid's defense bill and more.
As momentum for the Tea Party continues to grow, Glenn Beck is now urging members to stop dressing funny so observers and critics will take them more seriously. The Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson discusses.
Neil Cavuto on media's tired response to Tea Party
An Ed Show panel debates whether Republicans will pay a political price for aligning themselves with the wealthy upper class before midterm elections.
Bill O'Reilly: Some aspects of O'Donnell's personal life have caused some to raise questions.