She’s the kind of nominee the Democrats went nuclear for.
The president’s party is getting weary of apologizing for his failures.
Sen. Landrieu called it a “great first step,” suggesting more needs to be done
Maness was endorsed by the Senate Conservatives Fund last week
Sen. Begich, for example, said: “If you’ve got an insurance plan now, if you like it you can keep it. That’s yours, you can do whatever you want.”
‘They are playing politics by cutting off our veterans and their benefits’
‘Is Senator Landrieu representing Louisiana or her husband’s valuable clients?’
‘Trying to mislead the public’
‘Obamacare, Cassidycare, Landrieucare, whatever you call it, it adds up to the same thing’
‘It has taken this administration longer to make a decision on the Keystone pipeline than it took us to beat Hitler in WWII’
Louisiana senator a little confused about geography
‘I will stand with Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Mike Lee and stand alone when needed’
‘He would be a strong addition to a burgeoning conservative caucus’
The house is worth about $2.3 million, according to online assessments
Sen. Mary Landrieu ran afoul of DC government, owes unspecified debt on mansion’s tax bill
Senator slams Republicans for voting against spending cap
Democrat proposal may not pass, but could hurt GOP in 2012 elections
A bipartisan coalition in Congress is finally pushing back against the president’s progressive energy agenda.
The frustrated Louisiana senator grilled Salazar face to face Wednesday on his agency’s position on deep-water drilling