Washington freelancer Bill Straub is former White House correspondent for Scripps Howard News Service.

WRITTEN BY Bill Straub
Senate chairman vows not to let president "or any other United Nations bureaucrat circumvent the Constitution."
Director Clancy vows changes are underway and that the Secret Service “will emerge as a stronger agency.”
Ernst: "Any low spot on a farmer’s field, or a ditch, or a puddle after a rainstorm may now fall under the EPA’s watch."
Hatch wrote Obama years ago "indicating my desire to work with him on welfare reform -- that letter has never been answered."
Administration argues "D.C. vouchers have not yielded statistically significant improvements in student achievement."
“When the government is empowered to decide the most valuable use and redistribute it, no one’s property is truly their own."