One-armed, medal-winner Inouye becomes the patsy as Sen. Gillibrand eludes media inquiries
“I like my girls chubby”
Bipartisan opposition is rising against the obscure law that impoverishes America’s coastal states and island territories.
Inouye died of respiratory complications on Dec. 17.
You know him as a senator. He was a warrior first.
Multiple Democratic senators on the appropriations committee had disparaged Inouye
‘I love Inouye. He’s just been sort of not there’
Senator Daniel Inouye, chair of the Appropriations Committee, announced Tuesday a two-year halt on all earmarks
The spending barons on Capitol Hill, long used to muscling past opponents of bills larded with pet projects, are seeking one last victory
How the South Carolina Democratic Party helped lay the groundwork for Tea Party success.
A look at the key races in the 50 states
Nearly a dozen lawmakers have been honored by university endowments financed in part by corporations with business before Congress, posing conflicts
House package also includes social spending
GOP wins House seat in Obama’s home district, Dems say the win will be short-lived
Over the Capitol Hill - The Daily Caller
In terms of old geezers, this Congress is setting all kinds of records. There are painful realities that come with the oldest Congress in history
Lobbyists are turning to the Senate to get earmarks inserted into bills due to competing bans in the House
Senate unlikely to follow House's lead on earmarks - The Daily Caller
Senate unlikely to follow House’s lead on earmarks