‘It’s not fair to penalize people for not having health insurance because of a broken website’
‘Individuals should not be penalized for lack of coverage’ due to technical problems
Senate committee votes for resolution authorizing use of force in Syria
National Review columnist and sometimes fill-in for Rush Limbaugh open to the possibility
Democrats reacted to Brown’s statement with amusement
U.S. senators stranded by weather join Maine Troop Greeters - Meg Haskell - Bangor Daily News
En route to an international security conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, several senators found themselves stranded at Bangor International Airport
Republicans could have a filibuster-proof Senate majority as early as 2013.
Spirit Airlines' carry-on fee sparks backlash - Los Angeles Times
Ever since Spirit Airlines Inc. announced this month that it would add a fee of up to $45 per carry-on bag, the airline’s chief executive, Ben Baldanza, has been trying to quell the resulting outrage
Unbeknownst to most Americans inside and outside the Washington Beltway, free trade is inexorably losing its base of support on Capitol Hill
For an institution known for extended debate and archane procedures, the mainsteam media, the left and even some of the chamber’s most verbose liberal Members have mischaracterized the rules of the U.S. Senate. For those who have not been following what constitutes high drama in the Senate, a brief recap
Democratic Senators Tom Harkin and Jeanne Shaheen are introducing a bill to eliminate the filibuster from the U.S. Senate
The nation’s politicians and political operatives are noodling what Sen.-elect Scott Brown’s victory on Tuesday means for the political climate in their states. My guess is that the reality is there are too many variables for most states to draw a clean comparison analogy. But the Bay State’s neighbor to the north, New Hampshire, may present the most compelling analogy. And that’s bad news for the Democrats.