The battle over booze regulation is a sexy, dirty, political mess that could leave you dizzier than a drunk after a long night at the pub.
In 2010, the EPA granted exactly two new coal mining permits in West Virginia. There are fifty permits outstanding, because according to the EPA, bugs are more important than jobs.
A half-dozen staunchly conservative Members of Congress have been beating around the bush on the anti-earmark ban. They support the GOP’s current ban, but not permanently, and not enthusiastically.
Netty Aranguren wants her ears surgically pinned back. That way, she'll feel more prepared to embark on the journey of marriage.
Tax code reform has the potential to achieve what seems to be an impossible goal: increasing revenue while lowering tax rates.
Glenn Beck has come out against him. Rush has come out against him. Depending on your priorities, Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.) may or may not deserve it.
The saga of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit continues, as Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas finally called for an unconditional release of the 24-year-old hostage.
It’s become a common refrain to say that the November elections were more of a rejection of Democrats than an endorsement for the Republicans.
The legal arguments surrounding the constitutionality of the health care debate are nuanced, and at the center of the debate is whether Congress can regulate a citizen’s inactivity.
It’s worse than your kids at the dinner table: the battle over food safety has gotten worse after the Senate voted to move forward on the bill Wednesday.
A bill up for consideration in the Senate today would update food safety regulations for the first time since the 1930’s.
For the past week, conservatives have been bellyaching that the new class of Republicans won’t do much of anything.
The members who sit on the House GOP Majority Transition Team look committed to Rep. John Boehner's "no exceptions, no excuses" mantra.
Fiscal conservatives had some big wins last Tuesday, but their post-election statements indicate that they might not mean what they say. Conservatives can't sit back and relax.
President Obama smacked his lips repeatedly and declared his love for Slurpees in a wide-ranging press conference on Wednesday that highlighted his charisma and unwillingness to compromise.
Tea partiers won some and lost some last night, but their influence was strong enough to make a statement: the movement has made a difference.
Republican Bill Johnson has an uphill battle in the Buckeye State. But if he can pull it off, Republicans everywhere can rest easy on Election Day.
Jon Stewart’s “Rally to Restore Sanity” and Steven Colbert’s “Rally to Restore Fear” was hilarious, and heartbreaking.
Slovenians “vote blood, not party,” according to outgoing Ohio Sen. George Voinovich (R), who campaigned this week with gubernatorial candidate John Kasich.
Keith Rothfus’ campaign was under the radar until just a few weeks ago. Then, it came out of the shadows with a very clear message.
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