‘Apple has done more to enrich people’s lives than politicians will ever do’
‘We not only comply with the laws, but we comply with the spirit of the laws’
Libertarian Republican Justin Amash may run for now-open seat
Financial disclosure requirements wanted by GOP are beyond the norm, committee chairman says
I don’t think he’s going to lose any Democratic votes, that we know of
‘It takes two to money launder’
After purchasing a Chevy Volt, senator introduces legislation to designate parking spaces for electric cars at the Capitol
The 2012 defense authorization bill includes provisions that are dangerous and unnecessary.
Why The New York Times, Senator Carl Levin and 40 Democratic members of Congress owe me an apology.
Senate blocks attempt to remove language allowing indefinite military detention for terror suspects - TheDC
President Barack Obama threatened a veto should the bill reach his desk
Levin tried to alter the wording of a DOD inspector general report that exonerates TV military analysts of any wrongdoing.
Levin: 1,000,000 bogus electronics ‘just the tip of the iceberg,’ China is responsible
A group of retired military officers and civilians who worked in government have composed an open letter in support of embattled Lt. Gen. William Caldwell
Instead of blaming oil companies for rising oil prices, Americans should blame the federal government.
The senator at the center of the legislative tug of war over a vote on the repeal of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ said Tuesday the strategy on how it could be considered is ‘up in the air’
Republicans could have a filibuster-proof Senate majority as early as 2013.
Nearly 400,000 released Friday by the WikiLeaks website in defiance of Pentagon insistence
If Congress had done its job when the stimulus was being debated, our country wouldn’t have had to suffer through this terrible economic experiment.
Not So Fabulous - TheDC
Defense spending bill held back over disputed ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ and immigration amendments
Members of the Senate Armed Services Committee traded jabs over two controversial amendments before a vote on the latest military authorization bill