With just hours to go, the Republicans on Capitol Hill seem prepared to take a big political risk.
The GOP seems perfectly fine with risking a shutdown, even though polling shows they’d pay the biggest price for it.
The Miley Cyrus of college football will be back too soon.
Republicans don’t seem willing to let go of the Obamacare issue just yet. But, how long will that actually last?
The federal government won’t have money to pay its workers come Tuesday but it’ll spend like a drunken sailor on Monday.
It’s now clear that, absent an unlikely miracle, there will be a government shutdown.
The House will reportedly vote on a new Continuing Resolution with conditions that would seem to make a shutdown inevitable.
An historic same-sex marriage ruling out of New Jersey.
With key conservatives pushing for sanity, the grown-ups have a chance to take back the GOP.
Ted Cruz is going after the Speaker of the House.
President Obama spoke with Iranian President Rouhani today, the first such contact between the nations in 34 years.
One inmate’s view of the asylum.
If nothing else, Ted Cruz’s quixotic mission has succeeded in cementing him in the minds of Republican voters.
Nazi comparisons are only helpful when discussing actual Nazis.
My latest for Defense One, “The Army’s Misguided Crackdown on Tattoos,” has posted.
Can differences in media coverage of two unrelated filibusters be explained solely by media bias?
Ted Cruz is holding the Senate floor “until I can no longer speak,” but he still won’t be able to stop the Senate from going forward.
It remains to be seen whether Congressional Republicans will force a government shutdown. What’s already clear is how counterproductive it would be.