If ain't broke, don't fix it, right?
Hello — some people are trying to run a political party here.
He tweets that the Supreme Court nominee is a racist and should withdraw.
"You're complimenting him when you say the man is an entertainer. I don't know what he is! But he does not belong to the Republican Party that I belong to."
Harry Morton has begun claiming his relationship with the former actress never happened.
Now why would he do that?
The political commentators and former Bush officials who don't have a problem with the interrogation techniques that many think constitute torture.
Will a flood of other wealthy New Yorkers follow him? Probably not.
The RNC chairman apologizes to the talk-radio host for calling his show "incendiary" and "ugly."
RNC chairman Michael Steele seems a little threatened by the "entertainer."
Constitution, Declaration of Independence ... whatever.
Turns out, not as many people as you might think.
A quick-and-dirty roundup of new tidbits about the John Edwards scandal.