"Tonight, we have more proof that House Republicans have lost their minds," Harry Reid declares as he refuses to go to conference.
The immovable force has met the irresistible object — or, whatever.
Lower chamber sends the budget resolution back to Senate along with bill to guarantee that military will get paid during shutdown.
The cost of premiums plus out-of-pocket expenses for health care make Obamacare a bad deal.
Hamas bet wrong, and now looks to make amends.
House Republican leaders had intended to include a provision postponing the full implementation of Obamacare, but Cruz trying to stop that.
Famous nuclear double-speaker Rouhani sells media on the Islamic Republic's "new tone" while making Obama pick up the phone.
What are the possible ways out?
Education, employment, family, incarceration all play a part in pursuing the dream.
How did the MSM get the D.C. Navy Yard shooting wrong? Let us count the ways.
Blumenauer: "Thousands of people are now threatened on a daily basis by people with very long memories," yet "approvals have been just a trickle."
Boehner didn’t say what changes House Republicans might seek but he did insist that he doesn’t anticipate a governmental shutdown.
But Sen. Sessions said we've survived shutdowns: “Tax more, borrow more, spend more, regulate more is not improving our situation.”
To regain control over your health care, you must regain as much control as possible over your health spending.
Here’s a question: “What is it about the term “racism” that silences conversation and sends an anticipatory shudder of delight down the spines of politically correct vigilantes of virtue?” Ihave some thoughts about that at RealClearPolitics today. Here’s a teaser:
Like the word “heretic” in an earlier age, “racism” is more weapon than word. Its primary effect is not to describe but to intimidate, ostracize, and silence. What semantic significance it may command is overshadowed by its use as an epithet. Once successfully applied to a person or practice, a sort of secular damnation, or at least excommunication, ensues. Seldom is there any appeal, let alone absolution. Those who blaspheme against the Holy Spirit, said St. Mark, cannot be forgiven. Racism is the eternal, the unforgivable, sin of our age. Those successfully accused of racism are beyond the pale, cast out into the place offletus et stridor dentium, “of wailing and gnashing of teeth.” Exactly why this should be takes us into deep waters.
Read the whole thing here.
Senators make Tea Party alliances to ward off challenges as DeMint accuses McConnell, Cornyn of "ultimate betrayal."
Can Germany’s “Queen of Austerity” keep the fiscally rapacious EU intact?
The day after Cruz's marathon speech saw debate about strategy, complaints about historical references, and accusations that he didn't get the moral of Dr. Seuss.
Hot Topic: Was Senator Cruz’s Speech a Self-Promoting Stunt or a Valiant Effort to Defund Obamacare?
It's time to let your voice be heard.
Policymakers urged to pursue reforms even if these do not immediately “bear fruit.”
Better off divorced and shacking up.
Hmm. Witnesses later got IDs and voted in several elections, despite swearing under oath that they could not.
Senate GOPs are running out of options as Cruz's marathon speech won't stop tomorrow's procedural vote on the CR.
General Assembly back-patting includes noting that diplomacy should be pursued with Iran again because ayatollah issued fatwa against nukes.
Where did we get this idea that we need to save the environment? Has the environment ever tried to save us?