It’s been more than 124 days, and counting, since President Obama nominated Loretta Lynch.
Gov.Terry Branstad (R) set the right tone by asking for interparty unity to mitigate political consequences.
Style may not be sufficient enough to overcome substance, or the lack thereof.
Do forty-seven GOP senators believe that this will not come back to bite a future GOP president?
With the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee already $20 million in debt, a slew of expensive primaries is hardly an ideal start to 2016.
Lynch’s nomination has faced unprecedented delay.
Every federal branch has seized power far beyond what it was intended to have.
Even though our president boldly states that we are in better economic condition today than when he took office, the facts do not support that.
Article I of the Constitution says it is Congress’s job to “coin money, and regulate the value thereof.”
Tea Partiers are dismissed outright, while socialist fringes on the left are never acknowledged nor addressed.