A handful of dumb tweets do not a story make.
A new book gives insight into Amash's breakup with the Republican Party, which was well underway before Amash said Trump should face impeachment proceedings.
Tariffs on tea have never caused any problems, right?
"I didn't come to Washington to make friends."
Matt Welch hosts Sirius XM Insight (channel 121) from 9-12 ET
I helped make the grassroots activist movement a reality. But now the party's over.
Mike Lee makes the argument in favor, as he tries to steer the president toward the devolution of power
Tea Party senators claim to be "open to negotiation" yet insist on repealing Obamacare, which no version of the AHCA has come close to doing.
As the president throws the Freedom Caucus under the bus by reportedly calling the AHCA a "mean, mean, mean…son of a bitch," Rand Paul says he'll vote against any "new entitlements," and the swing vote shifts to…Ted Cruz?
The ultimate outsider candidate collaborates with the GOP establishment to marginalize the House Freedom Caucus and pivot toward centrist Democrats
These Gadsden flag alternatives offer cuddlier featured creatures and more polite requests to be left alone.
Opposed Boehner and lost Ag Committee position; industry turned against him.
Bernie Sanders' "Revolution" Won't Change the Democratic Party the Way the Tea Party Changed the GOP
Sanders doesn't have enough allies in Congress and isn't even a Democrat. Besides, the Tea Party has basically fizzled out with rise of Donald Trump.
Divided government means constant conflict over budgets and debt. Unity? Not so much.
Not so fast, say Thomas Massie, Justin Amash, and Matt Kibbe
Call 877-974-7487 to heckle the host and Matt Kibbe about Rand Paul, David Bowie, and the 'Libertarian Moment'
Undercover agents infiltrated a charity fundraiser at the church last Friday and seized the contraband probiotic beverage.
They were "missing" much like a box shoved in a closet is "missing."
What will the GOP establishment do when its hand-picked candidates fail to launch?
A look at who the IRS has been targeting
Negative attacks a turn-off.
The outcomes in Mississippi and elsewhere show that ousters of incumbents are the exception that proves the rule.