Boeing donates to Planned Parenthood, and is the primary beneficiary of Ex-Im, and the Senate has voted to continue funding both.
A lack of gun control didn’t cause the Charleston shooting; an evil madman did.
The backlash against the Citizens United decision has unleashed systematic government hostility toward the free-speech rights of its citizens.
Half of the Democratic senators who voted for Obamacare just five years ago are now gone, seventeen of whom were replaced by Republicans.
Republicans would be better off if they spent more time figuring out how to use a legislative veto and less time making idle threats.
The first rule of Amnesty Fight Club: Do not talk about amnesty. Because this is about executive power.
The GOP not only has a strong political reason to fight Obama on executive abuse, they have a constitutional responsibility, as well.
Choosing an energetic president means choosing someone willing to embrace unglamorous tasks — and leaving Congress to be the Congress.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus says his party’s 2014 prospects are fueled by a much-improved technological arm.
In Politico, Bill Scher prematurely declares that the GOP has lost the culture war. It’s wishful thinking.
Mixed news with this edition, as Republicans have weakened in North Carolina, strengthened in Iowa’s open seat, and we introduce a new senate elections graphic.
Why conservatism still needs a political conscience informed by nature.
What keeps the president’s “pen” and “phone” from making Congress superfluous? Not much.
Hillary Clinton’s best hope of reconciling with those who fail to understand or accept the basis of her Iraq War vote is to bank on yesterday staying gone.
Do pro-choice activists think it’s in any way wrong to use unborn children for heating fuel? And, if so, could they explain why?
If Republicans can wise up and stay focused, they are facing big gains and could take the Senate handily.
As much as some of us believe that the filibuster is an important tool in a healthy Republic, there shouldn’t be any unilateral disarmament in politics.
Short-Term Continuing Resolutions and creates more wasteful spending. Why do we do it?
If the debt ceiling is breached, it will be because President Obama accepted Harry Reid’s view of the political ramifications of default.
Republicans picked the ground they wanted to fight on: the shutdown. Don’t split your forces between two hills, and don’t give Obama the opportunity to change the conversation with scary talk.
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