‘A big win for our global competitors’
‘Maligns people who are incredibly needy’
‘This Farm Bill is a monument to every dysfunction Washington indulges’
‘Let’s see if they really believe that they’re party professes these values’
Fueled by last-minute tea party endorsements, Clark Durant hopes to beat Pete Hoekstra for chance at Sen. Stabenow’s seat
Store required to remain open for just seven years after government subsidies kick in
Today marks the 1,000th day since Senate Democrats passed a budget.
Federal authorities have begun criminal investigations
A lawyer for trustee said trustee’s staff had discovered some ‘suspicious’ trades in customer accounts
Paul Ryan is treating us like grown-ups. It’s about time someone did.
The Dogcatcher Project launches their next effort, drafting the Sufi spiritual leader Hisham Kabbani into the 2012 Michigan Senate race
Former RNC chairman candidate Saul Anuzis contemplates 2012 Senate bid against Debbie Stabenow in Michigan
Senators Chuck Schumer, Debbie Stabenow and Bob Casey unveiled the Currency Exchange Rate Oversight Act of 2011 Monday
With a fast approaching deadline, ethanol subsidies are facing bipartisan opposition in the lame duck Congress
Congress should vote to extend the Bush tax cuts, and then go home.
Republicans could have a filibuster-proof Senate majority as early as 2013.
Legislators face potential violence - Politico
Threats against congressman surge by 300 percent
GM and its auto industry competitors Chrysler and Ford are lobbying for climate-change legislation
I’ll admit it. On the night of the Massachusetts election, I watched MSNBC. I did so mostly because I wanted to see the anguished look of panic and desperation spread across Keith Olbermann’s face. I wasn’t disappointed. Olbermann spent the evening flailing desperately at explanations, like a drowning paraplegic trying to reach a life preserver, before settling on the notion that it all had to be Coakley’s fault. Once that was settled, he and Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) spent a good 20 minutes educating their audience about how Brown’s victory was actually going to be bad for Republicans. “The party of no,” they said, would finally be exposed as the obstructionist imbeciles that they are. I learned two things from this. First, listening to Stabenow is about as exciting as watching an apple turn brown. Second, die-hard, far-left Democrats are willfully refusing to learn from their loss, so Republicans had better.