After delaying negotiations for three days, Democrats are now trying to carve out a victory, claiming they fought for items that were already in the original draft of the bill.
This is not an emergency virus bill. It is a Democratic election wish list, at a time hundreds are dying, thousands are losing their businesses, and millions are out of work in the United States.
Just beyond — and in the midst of — the public health and financial liquidity crises is the expansive and potentially devastating solvency crisis.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s coronavirus bill is not enough. It is not nearly enough. And if there is any hope of keeping the U.S. economy from free fall, its deficiencies must be addressed this week.
House Democrats are making absurd accusations of racism in the middle of a health crisis, and it’s a ridiculous waste of time.
Planned Parenthood kickstarted the state’s attack on religious liberty and conscience, but it was the Obama administration’s HHS who sustained it.
The resolution passed 24-17 along party lines with Democrats passing the measure and Republicans slamming the move as politically motivated.
Mary Katharine Ham and Elaina Plott follow the story of Rep. Steve Scalise over the last year, from his nearly fatal injury in Alexandria, to the rumors of a potential Paul Ryan successor.
The Tea Party just keeps winning, and they’re still not happy about it.
The challenge for congressional Republicans now is not ‘getting back’ to the old way of doing things, but devising entirely new ways of ‘getting things done.’
David Harsanyi, Federalist senior editor, host the Federalist Radio Hour today. With guest Bill McMorris they talk House Republicans, movies and baseball.
No one in America is going to change their mind about anything because Kevin McCarthy won’t be Speaker of the House.
Kevin McCarthy (R-California) withdrew his bid to become Speaker of the House today. The election to choose a new Speaker has been postponed.
Kevin McCarthy’s bid for Speaker of the House could stumble on the way to tomorrow’s vote if Republican representatives are as divided as they seem to be.
Will the Republican Party reject some of its corporatist pro-business past and get serious about populist free market policies?
While Ross Douthat is correct that the GOP’s current problems are much larger than John Boehner, his defense of Boehner’s tactics before and during the shutdown doesn’t hold water.
John Boehner, Eric Cantor, and Kevin McCarthy should all resign from their leadership posts.
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