Arizona congressional candidate Adam Kwasman said he could see ‘fear on the faces’ of a busload of migrant children. Too bad they were actually local kids heading to the YMCA. Oops.
Eric Cantor’s conservatism made him an anomaly among Jews. But a handful of GOP congressional candidates are breaking the mold even more — by embracing the Tea Party.
Liberal Jews are dancing gleefully on Eric Cantor’s political grave. But Noam Neusner writes they shouldn’t gloat — his loss is a sign of big trouble for them too.
A combination of over-confidence, neglect of his district and voter anger at congressional leaders fueled Republican Eric Cantor’s stunning primary loss in Virginia, an upset that rocked the Republican Party.
Eric Cantor spent years spoon-feeding the Tea Party a diet of extreme, hateful rhetoric. Now the monster he helped create has caused his own political demise, Jay Michaelson writes.
The shocking defeat of Eric Cantor is an ‘apocalyptic’ moment for the Republican mainstream as Tea Party conservatives proved no one is safe from challenge.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor of Virginia lost a Republican primary to a Tea Party challenger on Tuesday in a stunning upset that gave the conservative Tea Party movement the biggest victory in its short four-year history.
A Republican Tennessee state senator is under fire for comparing Obamacare to the Holocaust.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, said she was “disappointed” in fellow Florida Jewish Democrat Alan Grayson’s likening of the Tea Party to the Ku Klux Klan.
Of all the things we’ve learned about the Internal Revenue Service, the most amazing is this: The tax man (or woman) has a keen sense for the proper place for God in our lives.