Tagged: bipartisanship

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Stange Bedfellows for a Popular but Dumb Idea

Governing and legislating is hard, cheap media pops like this are not, so it’s no wonder of wonders when Ted Cruz and AOC go for the latter when opportunity presents.

Gooses and Ganders

New documents show that the IRS’s targeting of 501(c)(4) applicants was more widespread than initially reported: “Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee released 15 lists of terms that the IRS agency used...

World’s Greatest Deliberative Body

Fantastic article on the modern Senate by George Packer – it’s a long one, but well worth the full read for those who have the time.  For the totally inadequate, bullet-point version, Packer blames...

The Necessity of Tri-Partisanship

From The New York Times: With Democrats reeling from the Republican victory in the Massachusetts special Senate election, President Obama on Wednesday signaled that he might be willing to set aside his goal of achieving...

Bill Cassidy is not a bright man

Via Pandagon: Democrats are choosing to “go it alone” without the country if they opt to pass healthcare reform on a party-lines basis, one Republican congressman accused Thursday. “If they go it alone without...