The Congressional Spectator
With its sorry record, can Congress act prudently?
Once again, Congress takes August off. Should we be grateful?
Keith Ellison loses it -- and he couldn't be more defiant.
That's what the evidence points to.
Will the so-called super committee end up pitting defense hawks against anti-taxers?
And just in time, giving the Bipartisan Committee a unique Social Security opportunity.
By the way, what ever happened to Christopher Lee?
The Republican freshmen try to keep the House majority on track.
Last week, Republicans took the first step away from bipartisan hypocrisy on taxes and spending. Will Democrats pull them backwards?
But avoiding a government shutdown is only one step toward outdoing Newt Gingrich.