Former Republican senator smacks their hands
Everything must be on the table.
A round-up of some of this week’s biggest developments on Capitol Hill.
Gregg, a former Republican senator from New Hampshire, joins a group of 17 international advisers to the investment bank
Six Republicans have said they will back the accord, Democrats need at least nine GOP senators to win approval of the treaty
Retiring Republican Sen. Judd Gregg hails TARP for staving off “a cataclysmic event”
Bernanke should make sure the new rules don’t hurt America’s 92 million credit union members.
Chairmanship of the House Financial Services Committee will give Paul the power to push legislation reining in the central bank
In His DREAMs? - TheDC
Dems are pushing for a vote while GOP claims legislation will grant amnesty to 2.1 million illegals
The Simpson-Bowles proposal is a very reasonable, well-thought-out plan.
Men with a plan - TheDC
Debt reduction proposal angers left, gets noncommittal White House response
Conservative groups have amassed a crushing 6-1 advantage in television spending
Republicans need to win back tech-savvy, educated voters. Here’s how they can do it.
Rep. Mike Castle faces off with Christine O’Donnell today in the heated Senate nomination contest in Delaware
The Republicans could take over the Senate this November — if they nominate the right candidates.
The American Action Network is targeting Democrats Russ Feingold and Paul Hodes in their respective Senate races
TheDC's 50 Best Colleges, 30-21 - TheDC
The continuation of TheDC’s Definitive Ranking includes the alma mater of this famous religious leader
The foreign governments are essentially a decade behind in coming to terms with encryption, a technology that’s fundamental to the Internet as a medium of commerce
Sen. Nelson opposes Kagan for Supreme Court - Bloomberg
Nebraska’s Ben Nelson becomes first Democrat to oppose Kagan for Supreme Court
Kelly Ayote’s surprise backing from Sarah Palin — coveted in other states — drew a scathing, signed front-page editorial in the state’s largest newspaper