Atienza argues the filibuster brings critical issues to light and keeps the majority party in check.
I would like to welcome my readers back to another season, another quarter of (slightly more expensive) education, another 11-week formality in our life-long intellectual chrysalis and indeed to another year entirely. For those of you who could not seem…
Conservative columnist Andrew Nenow discusses why he believes Republicans picked up 65 seats in the house.
Created as part of the abolitionist movement, the Republican Party has shifted and morphed since its conception just before the Civil War. It was the party of Lincoln. It was the party of freedom and equality for all, and it was the party of a progressive social movement on behalf of the voiceless and the powerless.