Video: Republican Climate Deniers in 2014 Election

By: Tuesday October 28, 2014 7:14 pm

This video is a mixture of painfully-awkward, hilarious, and infuriating at the reality of the political system in which we are supposedly represented. Courtesy of Lee Fang, for Republic Report and Huffington Post.

And there’s more out there, if you can bear it. I promise that the end of this blog will not be as pessimistic as what follows.

 

Scott Brown Is Proof All Politics Is Now National

By: Thursday October 23, 2014 10:35 am

There is no better sign that our federal politics are becoming dominated by strong coherent parties than the unusual career of Republicans Scott Brown. He was elected senator in Massachusetts during a special election but lost in the next general. After looking around for other offices to run for in the state, he decided to move to New Hampshire and started his run for Senate there immediately.

NH Sen: Scott Brown Within Striking Distance of Jeanne Shaheen

By: Friday August 22, 2014 7:54 am

Republican Scott Brown’s decision to move to another state may actually allow him to get back into the Senate.

NH Poll: Sen. Shaheen’s Lead Over Scott Brown Grows

By: Thursday July 10, 2014 12:02 pm

It is looking more and more likely that New Hampshire will be one of the Senate race Democrats don’t need to worry about this November. Incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen has seen her both her overall favorability rating and her standing in the general election improve significantly in the latest WMUR Granite State Poll.

Scott Brown Shows Why Our Election System Is Incompatible With Our Government

By: Thursday May 15, 2014 10:19 am

Having a  system where a party has both the power to make the government dysfunctional and can be politically rewarded for doing so is stupid.

Scott Brown Moves Towards Senate Run in New Hampshire

By: Friday March 14, 2014 8:30 am

Multiple news organizations, including Politico, ABC News, and CBS News, have confirmed that Brown is going to set up a Senate exploratory committee in the very near future. He would be trying to unseat incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen.

“Why yes, I was born yesterday…and in this very State!”

By: Friday March 14, 2014 1:30 am

One of the truly great universal hypocrisies of politics, cutting across Party lines is the convenient carpetbagging of the ambitious politician…and those who call it out.

But it takes a truly flexible spine to pull off what two prominent Republicans are doing…a double-jocklock of baggery of one kind, or another.

Come Saturday Morning: Run, Scotty, RUN! Waste Some Billionaires’ Money!

By: Saturday April 6, 2013 7:00 am

The former Senator from Playgirl, having been turfed out by the voters of Massachusetts last year, is doubling down on the stupidity and looking to run against another wildly-popular female political figure — and is planning to move to another state to do it.

Scott Brown and Joe Lieberman Find Work

By: Monday March 11, 2013 6:30 pm

I know you were worried. Could these two ex-Senators find work, one a rookie, the other a veteran? Leaving the Senate nest is always precarious, whether it’s voluntary (as Joe Lieberman can claim, not having sought re-election) or not (as Scott Brown must attest, having lost to Elizabeth Warren).

Well, worry not. Both these esteemed gentlemen have found paying gigs with organizations in Washington that will probably make very good use of their service to their country.

If Tagg Romney Is Your Best Hope You Are in Serious Trouble

By: Monday February 4, 2013 10:25 am

This story in the Boston Herald perfectly demonstrates why it was so fortuitous for Democrats that Scott Brown decided not to run in the Massachusetts special election to replace John Kerry. According to the Herald some “heavyweight Republicans” are urging Tagg Romney to run.

SUPPORT FIREDOGLAKE
Follow Firedoglake
TODAY’S TOP POSTS
CSM Ads advertisement
Advertisement