5 Things Democrats Need To Learn From Eric Cantor’s Defeat

The dust hasn’t yet begun to settle and I’m sure that somewhere, John Boehner is on his 3rd $200 bottle of merlot, trying to come to terms with the fact that Eric Cantor lost what had been seen as a perfunctory primary. Not only was the second most powerful member of Congress dispatched in a […]

What Eric Cantor’s Loss Really Tells Us About the State of the Republican Party

For the first time since 1899 when the position of House Majority Leader was created, a sitting House Majority Leader didn’t even win their primary election. ¬†Whether or not you like Eric Cantor, we all just witnessed American history. And while the tea party is as giddy as a small child on Christmas Eve, the […]