Congress’ most inveterate racist (okay, may be a tie) is not just aware he’s a malevolent force – no, Steve King revels in it.
|By: Jon Walker Thursday February 28, 2013 1:05 pm|
Yesterday, Rep. Tom Latham (R) decided that he would not run for the Senate. Latham was widely viewed as one of the Republican Party’s best hopes for winning the seat in the general election and would have given King a very tough primary fight for the party’s nomination.
The news got even better for King today when Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds (R), another potential top-tier candidate, announced that she would not challenge King in the primary. Reynolds will only run if King decides not to.
|By: Jon Walker Tuesday February 5, 2013 11:45 am|
If Rep. Steve King enters the race for the open Iowa Senate seat he would start out as an early favorite in the Republican primary. A Wenzel Strategies poll found King would have a 15 point lead over Rep. Tom Latham in an eight-way contest. Similarly, Public Policy Polling found King with a large lead in every possible primary field combination they tested.
|By: Attaturk Wednesday September 26, 2012 1:30 am|
Steve King has made innumerable racists, sexist, bigoted, homophobic and simply stupid statements in his career — sadly some of these statements have political support from his conservative base. But there is generally one area that even the far-right and far-left agree — naturally it isn’t about human beings, it is about dogs. Steve King is so dumb and thuggish he defends dog fighting.
|By: Pam Spaulding Saturday September 22, 2012 7:40 am|
|By: Peterr Wednesday August 22, 2012 7:25 am|
It’s not because Akin might lose to McCaskill, costing the GOP control of the Senate. It’s not because the focus on Akin might derail the careful planning for next week’s Republican National Convention. It’s not because the focus on Akin might spill over into the presidential race, forcing Romney and Ryan to talk more about social issues than the deficit, the budget, and the economy, and perhaps costing them the White House. It’s because Akin chose what Ryan did not.
|By: David Dayen Tuesday July 31, 2012 6:15 pm|
Rep. Steve King has been threatening to sue the Obama Administration over their new directive to stop deportation proceedings and instead offer work permits to DREAM-eligible undocumented immigrants. King continued that threat yesterday.
|By: Lisa Derrick Tuesday June 19, 2012 8:00 pm|
The nuns want to let elected officials know the wretched impact Senator Paul Ryan’s budget plan would have if it passes. But it looks like little Stevie King was scared and ran off
|By: David Dayen Friday June 15, 2012 1:35 pm|
President Obama outlined his decision on immigration policy today, granting relief and work permits for approximately 800,000 “DREAMers” brought to America as children. And in the middle of his announcement, Neil Munro, a writer for the right-wing Daily Caller, interrupted the President and asked him why he was taking the side of foreigners over Americans.
As President Obama laid this out today, it became clear that opposition to the DREAM Act is rooted in basically bullying or misplaced anger, which became evident with Munro’s interruption.