A too-small step in the right direction.
The Senate parliamentarian has ruled against ramming it through in the COVID relief bill.
Corey Stewart rose to become the Republican Party’s Senate nominee in Virginia with blatant appeals to racial division. Now his party fears they’ll be the ones who end up paying the price.
Joe Manchin looks to be facing a strong challenge from Patrick Morrisey.
Republican chances to hold the Senate were boosted in West Virginia last night thanks to the fact that a fringe candidate was soundly defeated.
Congressional term limits are a good idea, but they are only a partial solution at best and may not be the best solution to the problems facing our political system.
Top Democratic donors don’t really seem very eager for Vice-President Biden to enter the race for President.
Debbie Dingell is set to continue an 80 year legacy of Dingells occupying the same seat in the House of Representatives. That’s not a good thing.
When it comes to Iraq, the media only seems to be giving Americans one side of the story.
As of today, John Dingell has been a Member of Congress for 20,997 days, a new record. That’s not something to celebrate.
At some point, however, using the bad actions of the past to justify worse actions in the present has to stop.
London’s iconic clock tower, known affectionately as “Big Ben” for some 150 years, has been renamed “Elizabeth Tower” in honor of QE2’s 60 years as royal figurehead.
The enthusiasm for Tea Party candidates likely helped the House Republican wave. But it also likely cost the GOP four Senate seats that it would otherwise have won — and thus the majority.
Harry Reid think it’s his Constitutional duty spend other people’s money and bring it home to Nevada. His constituents seem to have other ideas this year.
Sarah Palin’s decision to back a long-shot candidate in the GOP Senate primary in Alaska didn’t exactly work out as planned.
President Obama went on TV and said something true. What was he thinking?
Democratic Governor Joe Manchin appears to have no serious challengers for the late Robert Byrd’s Senate seat.
The late Senator Robert Byrd’s legacy as the master of pork barrel spending is secure.
Thanks to a rather odd interpretation of West Virginia law, there won’t be an election to fill Robert Byrd’s Senate seat until November, 2012.