The most expansive firearms legislation in decades is likely to become law.
The Senate’s last conservative Democrat is taking President Biden’s call for unity seriously.
Wherein I detail evidence of fraud and take the Heritage Foundation’s database of fraud to task.
They know Trump lost the election yet are aiding his outrageous assault on democracy.
Explaining the continuing cowardice of GOP Senators.
Ted Cruz is the latest Republican Senator to repeat discredited Kremlin-backed conspiracy theories about Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election.
Much like the President they obsequiously defend, Republicans have become useful idiots in Russia’s war on Western liberal democracy.
Beto O’Rourke is once again rejecting the idea of running for Senate instead of President.
Beto O’Rourke’s campaign for President is going nowhere fast and he has only a small amount of time to stop the slide.
Some agree with him. Many others are cowards. But there’s more to it.
A new poll of Texas voters shows President Trump doing worse than expected against potential Democratic challengers. Should Republicans be worried?
The President’s foolish tariffs against Mexico are finally causing many Republican Senators to stand up against him.
The House of Representatives has not even acted on impeachment, but Senate Republicans have already made up their mind.
Republicans have aborted President Trump’s lofty plan for a $2 trillion infrastructure deal just days after it was conceived.
Senate Republicans are pushing for the end of minority obstruction—and the Democrats can’t wait.
Republicans are blindly loyal to this President in a way we have not seen before. They are likely to end up paying a price for that.
The Texas Congressman has decided to forgo another Senate bid and instead focus his energies elsewhere.
The House of Representatives voted yesterday to block the President’s declaration of an “emergency” at the southern border. Now the matter goes to the Senate.
Republicans face a choice in the coming days. Do they support the Constitution, or do they support Donald Trump? You can count on them making the wrong choice.
Lindsey Graham is telling his fellow Republicans that they better back the President if he decides to declare a national emergency to get funding for his border wall.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has warned the President against using a national emergency to fund his border wall.
Despite their rhetoric, Republicans in Congress have shown through their own inaction that they don’t really support the President’s border wall.
After twenty-five days, there’s no end in sight to the Federal Government shutdown. You can thank the President for that.
If you’re looking for the biggest obstacle to a resolution to the government shutdown, look no further than President Donald J. Trump.
The Senate passed a bill that keeps the government funded through the beginning of February, but fails to provide any funding for the President’s border wall.
With the Friday night deadline fast approaching, nobody in Washington seems to know what’s going on.
Senator Mitch McConnell and others are blocking a criminal justice reform bill currently pending in the Senate.
William Barr, who served as Attorney General under President George H.W. Bush, has been selected to replace Jeff Sessions as Attorney General.
Beto O’Rourke should consider running again in 2020, but not for President.
Beto O’Rourke isn’t eager to get Barack Obama’s endorsement, but there’s a good reason why.
After a long and contentious battle, Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed to become the 114th Supreme Court Justice.
Surprise developments yesterday led to a pause in the confirmation process for Brett Kavanaugh. Where it goes from here is unclear.
Republicans intend to “plow through” on the Kavanaugh nomination even after yesterday’s hearing, but it’s not clear that they have the votes to confirm him.
After eight hours of testimony, the only impression a non-partisan mind could be left with from the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh is that we need a full investigation of the charges against the Supreme Court nominee. Unfortunately, we’re not going to get that.
In what appears to be a first, Judge Brett Kavanaugh took to the media to defend his nomination. Not surprisingly, he chose a friendly venue.
Some details still need to be worked out, but it looks as though Dr. Christine Blasey Ford will be testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.
Attorneys for Christine Blasey Ford want the F.B.I. to investigate the charges she has made against Judge Kavanaugh before she testifies, but it’s entirely unclear what such an investigation would accomplish.
President Trump has made no secret of the fact that he is displeased with the performance of Jeff Sessions, but he could find it hard to replace him.
The second day of questioning for Judge Brett Kavanaugh was a bit rockier than the first, but nothing happened that seriously threatens his eventual confirmation.
The first day of the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings was much ado about pretty much nothing, but then that can be used to describe a process whose outcome is pretty much foreordained.
A new poll shows Ted Cruz in a much tighter than expected race for re-election, but it’s going to take more to consider Texas a state that Democrats could pick up in the fall.