Inhofe-Toomey sequester alternative takes shape
“We certainly aren’t going to give the Obama administration a blank check to make cuts.”
Warner vs. Gillespie in Virginia Senate debate
This is not a good year to be the incumbent who votes with Obama 97 percent of the time.
Oregon’s Monica Wehby may make a house call on the Senate
“Keep your doctor. Change your senator.”
Kentucky poll: McConnell can’t shake Grimes; Paul tops Clinton, Warren for WH run
The Republican leader in the Senate is locked in a tight race with Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes.
Liberal donors lead in super PAC contributions since ’13
Big-spending Democratic donors take the gold, silver, and bronze when it comes to contributions to super PACs so far this election cycle.
The vacant presidency
The world is aflame and our leader is on the 14th green.
Hard-drive scratch deejays of the IRS
The ever-changing story for the loss of Lois Lerner’s email takes an absurd new turn.
Neel Kashkari could be California’s Goldwater
He is Goldwater 2.0, defining conservatism a half-century on.
Montana poll: Daines leads Walsh 45% to 41%; Jeb leads Hillary 49% to 39%
As the Walsh plagiarism scandal breaks, the incumbent senator trails Daines.
Is this still Bill Clinton’s Democratic Party?
Would any Democrat with clout or ambition today dare echo Clinton’s famous proclamation that “the era of big government is over”?
Government always grows, and government is force. Force is always dangerous.