The GOP's silly war against the IRS.
A lot happened this week that illustrates how discouraging things really are in Washington.
Unless there is a stunning revelation that would disqualify her, Republicans should allow Loretta Lynch's nomination to be the next attorney general to go through a normal, mostly low-key process.
There are many vivid recent examples of how the administration and Democratic leaders are making it increasingly difficult for Democrats to continue sticking by the president.
Name the controversy, the [fill-in-the-blank]-gate that riles the far right, and you are bound to hear calls for impeachment.
A vote to hold Lois Lerner in contempt should be bipartisan - if not unanimous.
There is an ominous pattern emerging of the IRS being involved on behalf of the president's political interests.
The White House tried to use the World War II Memorial as a stage to blame Republicans for the government shutdown, but the tactic backfired.
The administration's hypocrisy on Obamacare and the economy is going to fuel the resentment of voters, which will lead to trouble for Democrats in November 2014.
Karen Finney’s conspiracy theory about the Republican Party, the IRS “scandal” and Obamacare turns out to be real.