Desperate Democrats continue to promote third-party candidates - TheDC

Politics | Amanda Carey

In Maryland’s 1st district, a mailer paid for by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, featured Libertarian candidate

For House Dems, politics trumps loyalty - AP

Business | admin

Grasping to keep control of Congress, Democratic leaders are turning their backs on some of their staunchest supporters

TARP claims by House Dems not adding up - TheDC

Politics | Alexis Levinson

5 Democratic representatives run ads touting votes against TARP, despite not being in office at the time

Congressional Dems' note to self: Avoid voters - Michael Steele

Feature:Opinion | Michael Steele

Nancy Pelosi promised us ‘the most honest, most open and most ethical Congress in history.’ Come on, Congressional Democrats, come out from under your desk, schedule some wide-open town halls, face the voters and defend your “record.” Don’t be afraid; voters don’t bite – at least not until November

Dems to skip town hall meetings with voters - NYT

Politics | Pat McMahon

Following the raucous events last summer, Democrats are attempting to avoid constituent anger by not holding public town hall

Earmarked for success

Opinion | James Valvo

House Republicans took an important first step by acknowledging there’s a problem and promising a one-year earmark moratorium. This is their opportunity to show the American people there is a real difference between the parties and that Republicans take citizens’ spending concerns to heart

Who are the swing votes for ObamaCare?

Opinion | Matt K. Lewis

One thing is for sure, things are moving at warp speed. This column may have a short shelf life.

Dems resort to Plan Z - The Daily Caller

Politics | Jon Ward

Dems may have solution to one health-care obstacle, but path forward remains rocky