The legislative agenda is the biggest victim of the internal turmoil raging throughout the Republican party.
Puerto Rico has held four votes on this issue since 1967 and statehood has been rejected every single time, including in 2012.
As Cantor’s case reminds us, Hillary’s inevitable status does not mean that she will, in fact, become the Democratic nominee.
While almost no one was looking, the Election Assistance Commission has initiated a major, positive shift in how American elections are run.
The amendment would give Congress and state legislatures authority to put reasonable limits on political spending.
You can tell when a Democrat leader is scared of a social issue – when he attacks his GOP opponents for allegedly acting on “politics” not principles.
Michelle Nunn has performed magnificently in her varied non-profit organizational leadership roles for many years.
Young Americans’ attitudes are moving in a more libertarian direction, seeking fiscal discipline and social tolerance from their policymakers.
A record number of pending executive and independent agency nominations are stalled on the Senate floor.
Since most Americans paid our tax bills this past month, it’s a good time to contemplate what we come up against every April—and question why Congress has done so little to fix what is obviously a broken tax code.
It’s time for the...