Today's Conservative News
Mask-donning diminished markedly around the Capitol from about mid-May. And then people got spooked over the past few days as the Delta variant took hold.
When you’re trying to pass an infrastructure bill, those who toil on Capitol Hill have a way of transforming every jot and tittle of the process into a decree, practically issued from “Mount Parliamentarian.
Article I, Section 5 of the Constitution grants both the House and Senate the authority to establish their own rules. For a short period, or, practically indefinitely.
The vote by House Republicans to ditch Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) as House GOP Conference chair is about three things: the present, the future and the long-term future.
Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney’s ongoing feud with former President Donald Trump has sparked discussions among senior House GOP leadership about her future as the party’s conference chair, according to sources familiar with the situation.
The Kansas City Athletics were a terrible baseball club in the 1950s and 1960s. But Charlie O. Finley owned the A’s and was one of the most innovative marketers in baseball history.
Congressional Democrats have a major problem with House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) and her ‘’confrontational” comments in Minnesota over the weekend.
A gigantic fence still encircles the Capitol after the Jan. 6 attack. In mid-March, security officials eliminated an outer security perimeter that sealed off the Capitol complex and adjacent House and Senate office buildings for blocks around. Authorities maintained the inner fence, protecting just the immediate “square” around the Capitol itself.
The only alternative lawmakers may have on coronavirus relief is coughing up gobs of money, just to keep the economy afloat
Let’s begin with two, basic premises. First, the U.S. truly has “representative government.” That is to say, the amalgamation of lawmakers sent to Washington from the four winds truly represent the attitude and vicissitudes of America’s diverse regions and cultures. Lawmakers in Washington mirror their constituencies, be they in New Hampshire or New Mexico.
One could consolidate the challenges facing Republicans in 2020 into a matter of hours late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.