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Why Washington can’t compromise
When people have asked me what it’s like to cover Congress, I used to recount a story from July 2006. Republicans were in the waning weeks of the last time they controlled both ends of Pennsylvania
Mark Warner and Mitch Daniels: The Great American Bargain Is at Risk
In November, voters delivered a clear message: the American people are frustrated with an economy that seems to work for everyone but them, and a political system that too often lets them down. The
The Texas Congressmen Bi-Partisan Road Trip Is Best Thing All Day
Everyone's talking about this meet-cute 'bromance' story of two congressmen, Texas Reps. Beto O'Rourke, a Democrat, and Will Hurd, a Republican, and their "No planes, automobiles" trip to the Capitol
Gov. John Kasich: If Republicans Reach Out To Democrats We Could 'Marginalize The Extremes'
Ohio Gov. John Kasich took to the airways this Sunday morning and was allowed by CNN's Dana Bash to pretend that both Republicans and Democrats have a problem with intransigence among their ranks.
Last Word Panel Thinks Trump's 'Work With Democrats' Line Is Hilarious
On last night's Last Word, former Obama staffer and economist Austan Goolsbee was amused that Donald Trump has all of a sudden discovered bi-partisanship with the Democrats. AUSTAN GOOLSBEE: This is
"Bipartisanship" Means "I Don't Understand What Politics Is"
What is politics? Politics is a struggle between competing interests. What is politics not? Politics is not an ultimately unimportant game that you play in order to make friends. If you write about or
Daily Cartoon: Friday, June 30th
Lars Kenseth’s Daily Cartoon considers the state of bipartisanship in Washington.
The GOP Is Poised To Become Trumpier As Trump Becomes Less Trumpy
I still have my doubts, but Axios's Mike Allen says that President Trump likes the new, bipartisan President Trump: A Trump adviser says that after a tumultuous seven months in office, it had finally
Blue State Blues: ‘Shithole’ Controversy Shows Perils of Negotiating with Democrats
What Democrats have done by allegedly leaking Trump's "shithole countries" comment is to ensure meaningful bipartisan negotiations never happen again.
Trump’s promises of bipartisanship vanish
A week ago, President Donald Trump stood before the nation and called for a new era of bipartisan cooperation. “Tonight, I call upon all of us to set aside our differences, to seek out common ground,
Clapper Accuses Nunes Of Being 'An Agent' Of The White House
On CNN's New Day, Alisyn Camerota asked former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper about the original intent of the congressional intelligence committees. "You were in the intel community
Jon Bramnick Is the Republican to Watch in New Jersey
New Jersey, Assembly minority leader Jon Bramnick has a conservative philosophical streak, but his thinking is by no means a dogmatic Republican brand.
Exclusive– Steven Brill: Hillary Clinton Was ‘Epitome of Meritocracy’ Voters Learned to Mistrust
Steven Brill, founder of Court TV and American Lawyer, discussed his new book "Tailspin: The People and Forces Behind America’s Fifty-Year Fall and Those Fighting to Reverse It" with SiriusXM hosts
John McCain’s Funeral Was the Biggest Resistance Meeting Yet
Susan B. Glasser writes about the funeral for Senator John McCain, of Arizona, and its pointed rebuke of the uninvited President Donald Trump.
Kavanaugh, Day 2: Second verse, same as the worst?
"Sham!" Well ... yeah. The post Kavanaugh, Day 2: Second verse, same as the worst? appeared first on Hot Air.
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Flake: “Not a chance” I would have agreed to reopen Kavanaugh FBI background check if I was running for re-election
"There's no incentive." The post Flake: “Not a chance” I would have agreed to reopen Kavanaugh FBI background check if I was running for re-election appeared first on Hot Air.
Heidi Heitkamp Ad Touting Bipartisanship Mysteriously Disappears After Opposition to Kavanaugh
An ad for Sen. Heidi Heitkamp’s (D-ND) campaign in which she touted her bipartisanship mysteriously disappeared the day after the senator announced her opposition to Supreme Court Justice nominee
Two governors, a Republican and a Democrat, have a fix for broken politics
Ohio’s John Kasich and Colorado’s John Hickenlooper, governors from opposing parties, have a solution to America’s political impasse: make moderation great again. Both politicians are…
Pelosi: “Nothing” to trade for Trump’s border “manhood issue”
Bipartisanship (the Democratic version). The post Pelosi: “Nothing” to trade for Trump’s border “manhood issue” appeared first on Hot Air.