The threat of a potential government shutdown has the leaders of the nation’s different Tea Party activist groups split
In a speech at the American Enterprise Institute, NJ Governor Chris Christie said “I’m worried” about what’s happening in Washington
Leaders of the major Tea Party groups are split on whether or not there should be defense spending cuts
Sen. Jeff Sessions says the GOP should fight Obama on spending the same way that Newt Gingrich fought Bill Clinton
State government choices lay out two potential paths forward for federal deficit reduction
Fear and loathing and NPR - TheDC Opinion
Let’s investigate media hiring practices.
Far from being bipartisan, the effort to snuff out the filibuster is led by a coalition of liberal activists.
Public skepticism of government is a reflection of economic times, one scholar says
Rep. Paul Ryan says Americans need to confront not just the size of government but its proper role
Cushman is the editor of the new book, ‘The Essential American: A Patriot’s Resource’
While Republicans glide into leadership arrangements, Democrats face party chaos
'Racism is the new doody-head' - TheDC
Facing mounting losses, Democrats resort to calling Republicans racist
Gov. Chris Christie and Barbara Keshishian battle publicly over teacher salaries, property taxes and federal education grants
Obama economic report focuses on women, ignores greater recession impact on men
The Tea Party isn’t trying to gut the defense budget. The Obama administration, though, is.
The former president thinks that the Democrats should write down and publish their ideas on what they would do if reelected
Republicans, riding a wave of voter outrage over debt and deficits, will likely face fights with the administration over the budget
'Young Guns' offer GOP blueprint - Politico
Reps. Eric Cantor, Paul Ryan, and Kevin McCarthy plan to release a book critical of the Democrats just weeks before the election
John Bolton, Criticizer-in-Chief - TheDC
Former UN Ambassador John Bolton speaks to TheDC about the president’s radical agenda, how history will view the Bush administration, and whether he is considering a run for president in 2012
Analysts who supported the initial attack on the Middle Eastern country told The Daily Caller that they were ‘pleasantly surprised’ by the outcome to date