Barbara Boxer

Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio) was sworn into office more than 35 years ago.
Most politicians are tightly scripted. A news reporter asks a question, and the politician has a preformulated response. If
By: Niv Sultan "I think that American people should know that the members of Congress are underpaid," said Rep. Jim Moran
Sen. James Inhofe gave the retiring Californian a touching send-off: "You can disagree with someone, and love ‘em anyway.”
"Anita Hill, you showed us all that we must never be afraid to take on the powerful."
Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) gave her farewell speech on the Senate floor on Dec. 7, 2016.
This past Tuesday, Senator Barbara Boxer filed a bill to amend the Constitution to dissolve the Electoral College. Boxer's proposed bill is a publicity vehicle and nothing more. It's actually a somewhat insulting to anyone with a vague understanding of how the government works.
The Democratic Party is currently struggling with the question of who should be leading it heading into the future. Should they stick with known leaders, or is it time for fresh blood?
While Secretary of State or Defense Administration positions seem well suited for either one of California's Senators, the
The fate of the most substantial piece of child welfare legislation in the last 10 years rests in the hands of a few U.S. Senators this week.
The House doesn't have plans to take up the legislation before its pre-election break.
Recent allegations that the company broke immigration laws have left Barbara Boxer "extremely concerned."
“She has intelligence, she has the work ethic, and most importantly, she has the heart to lead this country.”