People who have difficulty gathering and processing information have plenty of company. We all have moments that humble us. Fortunately, there is still considerable
Jacob Javits’ legacy stands on its own and it can be a model for humanizing the Republican Party and repositioning its “tent.” First, it should be a home for honest and public-oriented Democrats who feel uncomfortable with their local Democratic Party. Second, the Republican should learn that the door swings both ways. If individual Republicans are stifled by near-totalitarian rule within the party (are you listening Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins), they can bolt and join the Democrats. Anyway, it’s a much more enjoyable “club;” with whom would you rather have dinner, Al Franken or Mitch McConnell? Thank you, Mr. Javits.
Republican incumbent Todd Akin [D-MO] shared 30 minutes of his time with host Don Marsh and listeners of St. Louis Public Radio’s “St. Louis
NOTE: Today, June 17, 2010, is the thirty-eighth anniversary of the Watergate break-in. We have to give Richard Nixon some credit; his disregard for
Homeowners insured under the National Flood Insurance Program [NFIP] could soon find themselves up the proverbial creek—literally—because Senate Republicans have allowed the federal flood
Actually the Republican and Democratic parties collaborated quite a bit well into the 20th century. They had to, because both parties were populated by both liberals and conservatives. Republicans and Democrats crossed party lines to advance their causes.
According to The Hill, The Republican Study Committee (RSC) declared Monday [March 1, 2010] a “Twitter Day,” encouraging its members to tweet about their “commitment,”
The current lack of bi-partisan cooperation in part reflects a polarity of ideas, but also a distressing amount of “boys and girls behaving badly.”