Democrats have unwisely overplayed their hand in cutting Republicans out of significant participation in governing.
The people don’t think the government works for them anymore.
Politics and hypocrisy may be inextricable, but there is a limit and a line.
Reauthorizing the Export Import Bank and the continuing resolution, which funds the government, have absolutely nothing to do with one another.
Participation in our democracy is predicated on a certain level of efficacy, not trust.
How did the "do-nothing" Congress manage to pass the farm bill?
Dolley Madison was a master at facilitating the informal conversations that naturally produced compromise and conciliation
McDonnell’s foibles are not about campaign contributions or campaign finance laws.
The way to stop crony capitalism and corruption is to get the big money out of politics.
Congress needs to look for solutions instead of pointing fingers.