The Congressional Spectator

The Congressional Spectator

Reconciliation Is Back

By 10.3.11

And just in time, giving the Bipartisan Committee a unique Social Security opportunity.

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Time for Ethic Cleansing

By 6.7.11

By the way, what ever happened to Christopher Lee?

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Class War

By From the May 2011 issue

The Republican freshmen try to keep the House majority on track.

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The Moment of Truth

By 4.18.11

Last week, Republicans took the first step away from bipartisan hypocrisy on taxes and spending. Will Democrats pull them backwards?

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Open for Business

By 4.11.11

But avoiding a government shutdown is only one step toward outdoing Newt Gingrich.

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Radicalization Lessons

By 3.30.11

The good use to which Peter King's and even Dick Durbin's hearings can be put.

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Red Ink Rumble

By 3.29.11

The budget talks don't look promising, but who is really to blame for being unrealistic about federal spending?

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The Democrats’ Left Turn

By From the February 2011 issue

The survivors of the Obama-Pelosi-Reid wreck are more liberal than ever before.

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Shielding Congress From the People

By 1.12.11

The wrong response to the Tucson tragedy.

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Bachmann Turns to Overdrive

By 4.12.10

Or at least driving liberals crazy.

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