Sandy Vote Provides First Primary Target List

Tonight, as expected, the House passed its final package of disaster relief for victims of Superstorm Sandy. The final legislation authorized $50 Billion in “emergency” spending to rebuild from the storm damage, including billions of spending for items unrelated to

Sandy Vote Provides First Primary Target List

Norquist: Resurgent Tea Party Will 'Dwarf' First Wave

Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, predicted on Friday that an upcoming “Tea Party second wave” will “dwarf” the first wave that propelled Republicans into the majority in the House during the historic 2010 midterm elections.  In an

Norquist: Resurgent Tea Party Will 'Dwarf' First Wave

Pelosi Moves to Force Vote on Top Rate Tax Hike

Democrats are claiming the 2012 elections gave them a mandate to raise taxes on those making more than $250,000, while House Republicans are arguing Americans kept them in power in the House to permanently extend the Bush tax cuts for

Pelosi Moves to Force Vote on Top Rate Tax Hike

The Hill: It's The Spending, Stupid

The Hill published a report Wednesday that ought to warm the hearts of all fiscally responsible Republicans and, perhaps, give hope that GOP Speaker John Boehner will hold to his pledges on taxes during these fiscal cliff talks with the White

The Hill: It's The Spending, Stupid

House Clears Black Farmers Settlement

Updated. From the Associated Press: The House on Tuesday passed landmark legislation to pay for some $4.6 billion in settlements with American Indians and black farmers who say they faced discrimination and mistreatment from the government. Lawmakers voted 256-152 to