As the vultures continue to circle above the White House, the President continues to lash out.
After urging from President Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has barred two Muslim-American Congressmen from visiting Israel. It is a foolish and outrageous decision.
Starting at 8:30 a.m. this morning, the eyes and ears of Washington and much of the nation will be focus on one thing, the testimony of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
The politics is understandable but the result is damaging to the country.
The House of Representatives will vote to hold the Attorney General in contempt next week but it may not mean anything.
As the shutdown enters its thirty-fourth day and the Senate gets ready to vote on proposals that have no chance of succeeding, Democrats are preparing a new proposal.
Nancy Pelosi won a key vote yesterday on the road to returning as Speaker of the House again in January.
With their House majority secure, Democrats must now select their leadership team for the next two years. It’s not going smoothly.
Recent reports have indicated that doubts are growing about the wisdom of keeping California Democrat Nancy Pelosi at the top of House Leadership.
Joe Crowley, widely considered in line to replace Nancy Pelosi as party leader in the House, has been defeated.
Things are looking good for Democrats in 2018, but there’s some speculation that Nancy Pelosi’s position at the head of the party in the House could be in danger.
Republicans are claiming that Conor Lamb won Tuesday’s Special Election in Pennsylvania because he campaigned as a conservative. These people are either deluded or lying.
With less than two days to go, the prospects for Congress finding a way to prevent a government shutdown aren’t looking good.
Senator Al Franken faces new charges of sexually inappropriate conduct on the same day that House Democrats are beginning to pressure one of their members to resign.
To the surprise of nobody who paid attention, Nancy Pelosi won re-election as leader of the House Democrats.
In the end, the odds that Congress can actually stop the new deal regarding Iran’s nuclear program are pretty low.
House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer suggests that his fellow Congressmen and Senators are underpaid at $174,000 per year.
Another lesson in incompetence in governing from House Republicans.
Outdated rules? It sure seems like it.
The GOP has a good chance of taking the Senate in 2014, but it will be by a narrow margin.
Big news out of the House of Representatives
Some Members of Congress are talking about pushing a bill imposing new sanction on Iran despite the deal reached in Geneva yesterday.
Are we headed for another Federal Government shutdown, or will Congress actually do its job this time?
Things aren’t looking good for President Obama in the House of Representatives.
As Congress left town for the long weekend, the Senate Minority Leader threw a grenade into the budget negotiations.
Did the GOP toss social conservatives under the bus when it gave away the Planned Parenthood rider?
Oddly, the Democratic Party seems to be responding to the 2010 midterms by moving further left.
Rep. Jane Harman is leaving Congress to become president of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Bipartisan seating at the State Of The Union is a pointless act of political theater. Then again, so is the State Of The Union Address itself.
Amid signs that Democrats in Congress might rebel against the tax cut deal he struck with Republicans, President Obama took to the airwaves today to defend it at the same time that his base is rebelling against it.
Congress will vote on extending the Bush Tax Cuts in December, and new polling shows that the public agrees with Democrats that the cuts should be limited to the “middle class.”
Lack of support from a key constituency may pose a threat to Nancy Pellosi’s effort to stay on as leader of Democrats in the House of Representatives.
There are grumblings from within the Democratic caucus in the House that Nancy Pelosi may not be the best choice for Minority Leader. Unfortunately for Democrats, though, they don’t seem to have a viable alternative at the moment.