Republicans are terrified again. They’re scared that if they don’t give Obama what he wants, they’ll get “blamed” for a shutdown.
Rather than enact a pledge, they should try to make voters want to stay. There’s simply no substitute for actually doing something.
Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, takes money for baby body parts, but stopping this atrocity, let alone taxpayer funding for it, will take more than the proposals at hand.
If Republicans are incapable of making a compelling case against Planned Parenthood, Iran, or Ex-Im then, really, what exactly can they do?
A new law eliminating Medicare’s annual ‘doc fix’ makes tiny cuts at the expense of ignoring the calamity Medicare means for America’s finances.
If we don’t mobilize to remove politicians who are actively or passively eliminating our form of government, the republic our founders gave us is lost.
For all the caterwauling about our ‘do-nothing Congress,’ the Republican majority’s refusal to go along with economically flawed proposals may have saved the job market.
House leaders abruptly pulled a rewrite of No Child Left Behind after grassroots pressure peeled away enough conservative votes to deny it passage Friday.
President Obama goes around making war without so much as a nod to Congress, and GOP leaders respond by complaining his wars aren’t extensive enough.
Republicans should not squander two years they could have used to set up a contrast between themselves and Democrats for 2016.
What will it take for Republicans in Congress to limit the president’s executive overreach? Simply the will to use the constitutional tools they possess.
The context for the Cromnibus showdown was an internal debate within the Democratic Party about how much President Obama matters for their future.
President Obama is ready to ‘get stuff done.’ How presidential.
The Left has defended the president’s unilateral actions for years. Why would war be any different?
Companies will continue to leave the country no matter how much hyperbole Democrats throw at them.
Confronting President Obama directly is far better than lawsuits.
Once again, President Obama has announced that he’s going to bypass Congress and impose his agenda through executive orders.
While presidential policy aspirations are considered positive governing agenda, congressional policymaking is often misconstrued as hyper-partisan.
Many assumed Boehner would step down as Speaker at the end of the year and hand the gavel to his lieutenant Eric Cantor. Then Dave Brat happened. Now what?
The Great Health Care Debate is far from over. Rather, we’re beginning the debate we should have had five years ago.
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