The Senator says he will even support reconciliation to pass it – as long as the rules are followed
Architect Howard Roark may be a heroic figure, but he’s fictional. In the real world, government has an important role to play.
When your campaign theme is “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs,” big announcements like this week’s don’t hurt.
The idea that we had to destroy the village to save it didn’t work in Vietnam, so you wouldn’t think it would work for MPS either.
Fundraising is important, but campaigns are like street fights and winning is what matters most.
Most people would like to live in a world where race doesn’t matter. In the meantime, let’s open our eyes to the world as it is.
President Obama and Gov. Doyle are both pretty savvy politicians, but they both have their work cut out for them.
All eyes will be on Madison tonight for Gov. Doyle’s final state of the state address and nobody has more at stake than Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.
Think campaigns are about as dirty as they can get? Think again!
If Massachusetts Senator-elect Scott Brown works to extend the health care program in his state (that he voted for) to the rest of the nation, reform will succeed.