The waste in Washington, D.C, seems never-ending with another $100 billion an misspending being reported by government auditors.

Donations to political strategist Karl Rove’s Crossroads groups decreased by 98 percent last year, declining to a combined total of $6.1 million, down from $325 million in 2012. This, despite the fact that Rove added a third group in 2013.

The raising of the debt ceiling might just prove costly to the Republican establishment in November.

With talk of impeachment and the questions of qualifications of a Clinton to be president, the 2016 campaign has a lot in common with 1998.

The punitive new IRS rules meant to attack Tea Partiers are likely to force conservative groups to do what they should have done all along: forgo applying for tax-exempt status altogether.

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