And he went on to quote from the column, calling defenders of the fund "useful idiots." Gohmert is in as much danger of losing re-election as I am of spontaneously combusting -- the Cook Political Report gives his 1st district of Texas an R +21 rating -- but for the record, here's a Republican endorsing this argument that I thought was un-endorseable.
The article by Peter Hannaford is a robust defense of what Barton said, knocking the Obama administration for "Alinsky" tactics and hatred of business.
Tommy Christopher takes his camera to a Media Matters party for Bill Press and asks the host and the 2nd and 3rd ranking members of the Democratic leadership the question that spurred Rep. Bob Etheridge's (D-N.C.) meltdown.
Bob Etheridge apologizes for 'my reaction' to students with camera.
The Paul votes comes as a surprise. Three years ago, as a presidential candidate, Paul told conservative radio host John Lofton that he supported Don't Ask Don't Tell.