Listen to these wise words.
Yes, a Utah Republican, that is not a typo, we said that correctly.
Donald Trump may have accused American soldiers of stealing 'millions and millions' of dollars in Iraq reconstruction money. Or he may have accused Iraqi soldiers of doing that. Or he may be a floor wax and a dessert topping.
While we're having thoughts and prayers for the Orlando massacre victims, it sure would be nice if the Senate would actually confirm the guy who's supposed to be leading the fight against terrorists' finances.
Donald Trump explained Hillary Clinton can't possibly support gay people, because she doesn't hate Muslims enough. He said other things that made even less sense, too.
Nevada's race for the U.S. Senate looks to be a squeaker between two disciplined mainstream candidates. Fortunately, for comic relief, complete goofball Sharron Angle is also running, for the lulz.
Elizabeth Warren tore Donald Trump yet another new one in her speech to the American Constitution Society Thursday. And as always, it was glorious.
Rep. Renee Ellmers, a Tea Party darling who was a reliable voice of wingnuttery on cable TV news, lost her primary election Tuesday after her seat was redistricted. We wish her a fond farewell and a well-deserved obscurity.
Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk has become the first Republican to formally withdraw his earlier statement that he would support Donald Trump. Other rats are still reportedly waiting for reports on the ship's buoyancy.
The man Donald Trump singled out as "my African-American" at a recent campaign appearance isn't a Trump Supporter, but doesn't mind Trump's comments, because he's running for Congress and wow did this ever get him some publicity.
In 2008, Hillary did the right thing and conceded to Obama. In 2016, the high-heel lady shoe is on the other foot.
Mitch McConnell has a thing to say about racism, and that is "vote Trump!"
It's so obvious, how did we never see this before?
With 34 candidates running for U.S. Senate, California is awash in eccentrics. It's like that without an election, too, isn't it?