The latest effort to repeal and replace "Obamacare" is fatally wounded as Sens. Mike Lee of Utah and Jerry Moran of Kansas come out against it. (Pictured, Mitch McConnell.)
People will continue to vote for the party that will strip them of their health care as long as it promises to turn back the clock and "Make America White Again."
The senator from Maine is often portrayed in the media as the exemplar of Republican moderation. But will she stand against her party when it counts?
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the GOP are trying to eviscerate the Affordable Care Act using methods totally at odds with how it was brought to life seven years ago.
The late Supreme Court justice, having bestowed the Constitution's blessing on personal gun rights, bears responsibility for our collective impotence in response to the madness of gun violence in America.
Smelling blood in the water, Senate Democrats over the weekend rejected a Republican proposal to reopen the government and raise the debt limit.
A look at the day's political happenings, including why prominent news outlets are declining an invitation to meet with Attorney General Eric Holder and President Obama's becoming the target of yet another letter possibly laced with the deadly poison ricin.
Wall Street sees no need for more regulations of course, but unfortunately for Main Street Americans still reeling from the last financial crisis, President Obama may turn out to be the banking industry's biggest ally.
"The federal government experimented with indefinite detention of United States citizens during World War II, a mistake we now recognize as a betrayal of our core values," Sen. Dianne Feinstein said Wednesday as she introduced an amendment to end the provision. "Let's not repeat it."
President Obama must be tempted to respond to his progressive critics with a quote from the old-school rapper Kool Moe Dee: "How ya like me now?"