As he has in the past, President Trump has backed away from support for any gun control measures in the wake of the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton.
A major legislative defeat for Paul Ryan, the House GOP, and President Trump.
Another political earthquake in Washington as Kevin McCarthy drops out of the race for Speaker, and the House GOP doesn’t seem to know which way to go.
Some House Republicans are trying to delay the vote on the Iran Nuclear Deal with an argument that has no merit whatsoever.
The terror attack in Paris seems likely to undercut GOP efforts to use the DHS budget to attack the President’s immigration policies.
While conservatives have been generally as appalled as others with the news out of Staten Island, some of them are looking in the wrong place for blame.
Despite a high profile effort to oust him, the most prominent libertarian Republican in Congress survived his primary challenge yesterday.
It’s beginning to look like the 2016 race for the Republican nomination will have its own collection of oddballs.
The Kentucky Senator and former Vice-President are at the front of a battle that will unfold inside the GOP as we head toward 2016.
Calling anyone a front-runner in a race where we’re still two years away from anyone casting votes is silly. Nonetheless, Rand Paul is an interesting guy to watch for those wondering if the GOP has actually changed.
Just when it became safe to keep your shoes and tablets on, a new threat to the friendly skies has emerged: toothpaste.
There are some signs that there may be room to strike a deal on the extension of unemployment benefits, but it’s likely to require some drama on Capitol Hill before it happens.
Dana Milbank offers a nonsensical reason for denying our youth the freedom to choose their own path.
Ted Cruz isn’t ruling out a reprise of his foolish, quixotic, crusade.
A little noticed rule change in the House is arguably one of the main reasons we’re in a government shutdown crisis.
Speaker Boehner sends a signal that there won’t be a quick resolution to the government shutdown crisis.
Reasonable members of the House GOP caucus are fighting back. Are they outnumbered?
An overweight Republican from the northeast is thinking about running for president. No, not that one.
One Congressman thinks it would be a good idea to treat journalists as criminals.
Big Brother is watching us. And he may be watching us a lot more after what happened in Boston.
The Boston Marathon bomber must be tried in a court of law.
Hell hath no fury like a Christie scorned.
The reaction to President Obama’s recent recess appointments provide us with yet another example of bipartisan hypocrisy.
President Obama was correct to commend the Eagles for giving Michael Vick a chance to redeem himself.
The NFL’s “especially mercenary” push to extract new stadia from cities–even where the stadium’s practically brand-new.
A major part of the problem with the seeming growing wave of anti-Muslim sentiment in some quarters of US politics is that it seems to equate Islam as “the enemy.” If that’s the case, then US foreign policy has some ‘splainin’ to do.
President Obama’s decision to speak out on the so-called “Ground Zero Mosque” has turned what was a hot-button cable news item into a political issue that even his fellow Democrats don’t want to deal with.
The Republican Party is keeping relatively quiet on the Proposition 8 ruling. That’s a good idea.
The United States Congress is starting to resemble a grade-school playground.