Trump cuts bait, Ryan loses his nerve – and the Obamacare repeal goes down without a vote. What's next for Congress and the GOP?Read More »
Where Are Former Members of the 113th Congress?
Whatever the former members of the 113th have to say about their service in Congress, one thing seems pretty clear: Capitol Hill is not a bad stepping stone to future employment.Read More »
What Republicans’ Midterm Wins Mean for Obama
There will be big changes on Capitol Hill following the Republicans' electoral wins. But will there be any changes in the policies as well?Read More »
A Well-Oiled Pipeline Brings Cash to Nebraska Race
An influx of cash from the national parties is adding fuel to the fire of a competitive House race in Nebraska.Read More »
Blame Cantor, Not Immigration
If Eric Cantor wants to understand his loss, he should take a good look in the mirror. His primary results were a vote against him, not against immigration reform. The sooner House Republicans accept this truth, the better off their party and the country will be.Read More »
Would A Nonpartisan Open Primary Have Saved Cantor?
Under a nonpartisan open primary, Cantor would have been able to appeal to Democrats and voters not affiliated with either major party who want to see some form of comprehensive immigration reform.Read More »