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  • 'Lipstick on a pig:' Healthcare, part II

     
    by Michael Muskal In the Senate, where the debate on healthcare "reconciliation'' is underway, the divided parties are making no secret of their sentiments today. Under the Senate rules, 20 hours have been set aside for debate and more than......
  • Rahm Emanuel: 'A lot of heat... not light'

     
    by Mark Silva The initial reaction to passage of an historic healthcare bill in some quarters of the country this spring is staring to make the TEA Party protests against taxes and the rest last summer look tame -- now......
  • The Kagan fight: Will Republicans play politics? How about Arlen Specter? Text, video of Obama's announcement

     
    Last week, President Obama met privately at the White House with two Republican senators who could be key in the coming politics over his nomination of Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court: Minority Whip John Kyl of Arizona......
  • 'Clearing the field': Crime or good politics?

     
    by James Oliphant The White House confirmed Thursday that an aide had dangled the prospect of a government job in front of another contender for the Senate -- prompting Republicans to call for a criminal investigation. Democrats, however, maintained that....
  • Why the election of a short-term replacement senator will matter

     
    Derided as silly, goofy and unnecessary, the special election to fill out the last two months of the seat now held by temporary Sen. Roland Burris stands to make at least some difference for the winner. Smart money says the......
  • On tax reform, still a hope for bipartisanship

     
    Florida's temporary U.S. senator, Republican George LeMieux, came to Orlando this week to hold a public forum about the urgent need to deal with the nation's enormous and growing national debt problem. LeMieux took his Senate seat less than a...
  • New Hampshire's missing Yankees

    Every four years, critics from across the country grouse about this tiny state's disproportionate influence on the presidential election. And it's hard to ignore the fact that New Hampshire, whose population is 96% white, does not look like a lot of the...
  • Fair elections for Pakistan

    Since 9/11, the United States has placed greater importance on backing a Pakistani leader who will fight Islamic terrorism than on encouraging democracy for that troubled nation. The result is a country that is no more democratic and is now dangerously...
  • Maybe God hates farm bill, too

     
    by Frank James Maybe God hates the farm bill, too. Many critics have complained about the $300 billion, give or take a few billion, farm bill being an unwarranted giveaway to wealthy farmers at a time when farm incomes are......
  • Sen. Landrieu's Vote On Health Care Legislation Unites Democrats

    In a show of unity, Senate Democrats sealed a 60-vote majority needed to advance health care legislation Saturday ahead of an evening showdown with Republicans eager to doom the bill and inflict a punishing defeat on President Barack Obama. Two final...
  • Clamor Grows Over CIA Secrets

    Clamor Grows Over CIA Secrets
    Democratic lawmakers criticized former Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday for allegedly ordering that a CIA counter-terrorism program be kept secret from congressional leaders, with two senators questioning the legality of such concealment. A top...