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The Shutdown Necessarily Continues Jan. 18, 2019

Erick Erickson

The Democrats have long supported securing the border. But it is a signature initiative from Preside... Read More

More Veterans Are Needed in Political Office Jan. 17, 2019

Daily Editorials

Forty years ago, military veterans made up roughly three-quarters of Congress. By 2017, the proporti... Read More

Washington's Perfect Storms, Inside and Out Jan. 16, 2019

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — The morning after a snowstorm, Washington looks serene and sparkling in a white w... Read More

Another Chance to End Gerrymandering Jan. 14, 2019

Daily Editorials

Last June, the Supreme Court fumbled an opportunity to deal a deathblow to political gerrymandering,... Read More

A National Emergency Might Backfire on Trump Jan. 13, 2019

Steve Chapman

If you can't stop someone from doing something you dislike, you can always hope he or she will event... Read More

Here Is the Progressive Agenda Jan. 12, 2019

Ted Rall

Clintonite corporatists still control the Democratic National Committee, despite their long string o... Read More

As Trump Digs in on Shutdown, Senate GOP Should Consider Veto Override Jan. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

One easy solution to the three-week government shutdown appears to be growing more viable by the day... Read More

Disaster Relief Is Overdue Jan. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

Expediency is essential when it comes to disaster relief. That's a fact that need not be debated. Bu... Read More

Can the President Alone Build a Border Wall? Jan. 10, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

When Donald Trump was looking for a catchy phrase during his 2016 presidential campaign to address t... Read More

He Said, She and He said Jan. 10, 2019

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

The budget shutdown is currently the second-longest on record, on track to break the 1995-96 shutdow... Read More

Border Wall: Monument for the People, Not Pols Jan. 09, 2019

Michelle Malkin

Profligate politicians have never met a multibillion-dollar infrastructure project they didn't like ... Read More

Congress Needs to Understand Tech Issues; Shuttered Office of Experts Could Help Jan. 08, 2019

Daily Editorials

There once was a group of technology experts whose job was to educate members of Congress on cutting... Read More

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Is Progressive -- and Pragmatic Jan. 06, 2019

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — I don't think it was a coincidence that staff who worked for House Speaker Nancy ... Read More

Government Shutdown: Money, Money Everywhere, But Not a Drop for a Wall Jan. 03, 2019

Larry Elder

This is not our first partial government shutdown. Somehow, someway, from 1976 through 2017, the nat... Read More

Here's to Making 2019 a Year for D.C. to Remember Jan. 03, 2019

Veronique de Rugy

Christmas is over, and the new year begins. Now Congress needs to go back to work and clean up the m... Read More

Keeping the Shutdown in Perspective Jan. 03, 2019

Scott Rasmussen

In official Washington and the nation's political media world, the partial shutdown of the federal g... Read More

Prediction: Romney Will Challenge Trump Jan. 03, 2019

Dick Morris

The newly elected senator from Utah, Mitt Romney, wasted no time. Even before he was officially swor... Read More

Stop Obsessing Over Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Jan. 01, 2019

Froma Harrop

The right can't stop talking about the incoming youngest member of the House, Alexandria Ocasio-Cort... Read More

The Art of the Wall Deal Dec. 30, 2018

Wayne Allyn Root

There is a wall deal to be done. If Democrats actually loved America and cared about the safety of o... Read More

Here We Go Again -- Another Chaotic Christmas for Congress Dec. 27, 2018

Veronique de Rugy

The primary job of Congress is to pass a budget. Yet year after year, its members fail to do their j... Read More