Whatever you think of the Camp tax reform plan he is the Washington rarity of a politician who says what he means, and means what he says
The ethanol mandate may be good politics, but it's a putrid policy that pollutes the environment, propels global warming instead of slowing it, inflates food costs and imperils food supplies.
Every vote that Congress is faced with seems to turn into a de facto referendum on Obama’s performance as president.
This month we honor two of the greatest American presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. And while nearly everyone is familiar with the accomplishments of these two giants of history, another lesser known president also enjoys a...
For three days last week the House Republican conference was secluded together, meeting, discussing, and strategizing over the Republican agenda for the year. What emerged was more of the same: empty rhetoric and empty promises.
Many sportsmen's groups have been co-opted by wealthy grant-making bodies notorious for their support of anti-gun, radical environmentalist agendas, all the while purporting to represent the hunting and fishing community.
Lies are told so freely and so frequently in Washington that most go unnoticed. But every now and then, there’s a whopper so outrageous you can’t let it pass.
The GOP’s “no special path to citizenship” assertion may not be all that different from the immigration bill passed by the Senate last year.
Republicans are busy engaging in self-immolation over ill-advised immigration proposals the American public neither wants nor cares about.
Say what you mean with precision, so that what voters hear is what you actually mean.