Friday night’s deal includes every Democratic wish except taxpayer-funded abortion and not a single Republican proposal. Those will come later, we’re told. We’re always told that, and it almost never happens.
The current definition of a bipartisan ‘deal’ occurs when both sides get what they want—at the expense of taxpayers, or more specifically future generations.
Congressman Mark Meadows joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss how he navigates Congress and the Trump presidency.
Republicans agreed to hundreds of billions in additional spending to ‘win’ something they already had. The bill will raise spending by nearly $2 trillion over the coming decade, most of that not paid for.
Like many visa programs we have, the immigrant investor program started as a good idea but evolved into something very different.
We can’t whine about our representatives spending our kids into debt slavery when we’re buying more college than we can afford and depending on taxpayers to pay our medical expenses.
How can Republican leadership is stay silent on the budget deal and why is John Harwood moderating a GOP debate?
In Date-onomics, Jon Birger uses data to explore the dating and marriage dilemmas that single, college-educated women face.
If Republicans don’t try (or don’t care) to make an argument for fiscal restraint, Obama will prevail.
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