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Impeachment

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  • Democrats' impeachment fixation

    Democrats' impeachment fixation
    "Sorry to email you late on a Friday, but I need your urgent support," Nancy Pelosi wrote me. The House minority leader went on to explain that, "for the first time in history, Congress voted to sue a sitting president." And "Today: the White House...
  • Democrats use the "I" word to raise cash

    Democrats use the "I" word to raise cash
    By Jonah Goldberg "Sorry to email you late on a Friday, but I need your urgent support," Nancy Pelosi wrote me. The House minority leader went on to explain that "for the first time in history, Congress voted to sue a sitting president." And, "Today:...
  • What do food stamps buy?

    The debate in Congress about cutting the food stamp program has sparked predictable clashes between those who want to help the poor and those who want to cut government spending. But strangely missing from the arguments is a shocking fact: The public,...
  • Legal dispute prompts feds to withhold $2 billion for transit

    Legal dispute prompts feds to withhold $2 billion for transit
    The federal government is withholding about $2 billion from transit agencies across California, including $268 million earmarked for bus, rail and street projects at the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The money has been held...
  • Government shutdown: It may be just a matter of time now

    Congress started the official countdown this week: It's T-minus 31 days to a government shutdown. OK, so I made up the part about the official countdown. But I don't see any other likely outcome, now that the only folks trying to negotiate a budget deal...
  • Hopkins eventually gets it right on anti-abortion group

    Hopkins eventually gets it right on anti-abortion group
    The bright young people in student government at the Johns Hopkins University no doubt pride themselves on their openness to a diversity of views and their commitment to the free exchange of ideas. That's why the school's Student Government Association'...
  • Mayo: Only one side to blame for shutdown

    I've been away on assignment this week, but am truly appalled at the ongoing partial government shutdown. The Tea Party Republicans that have engineered this should be ashamed of themselves. Imagine if Democrats pulled the same stunt after winning...
  • Impeach this Congress

    I am growing increasingly frustrated by not just Republican intransigence on funding the government (as required by the Constitution) but by the ridiculous coverage given to the issue by the media. No, this is not a budget debate. The Affordable Care...
  • Shutdown/debt limit: Are the markets beginning to sweat?

    Shutdown/debt limit: Are the markets beginning to sweat?
    Most Americans may be sleeping through the government's fiscal stalemate, figuring that events like a debt default won't have much impact on them.  That's panicking market-watchers.  Over the last few days, analysis of the effect of a default...
  • Congress skeptical of new Pentagon spy agency

    WASHINGTON — Congress is giving only halfhearted support to a Pentagon effort to broaden military espionage operations beyond war zones. The Pentagon created the Defense Clandestine Service in April 2012 to recruit sources and steal secrets around...
  • Key Clinton aide joins Obama's team of White House advisors

    Key Clinton aide joins Obama's team of White House advisors
    WASHINGTON — With his popularity flagging and his healthcare law at risk, President Obama has uncharacteristically reached outside his tightknit core of advisors to bring into the White House a veteran Democratic strategist who helped guide...