Earlier this month, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler released a proposal to reclassify consumer broadband as a utility under Title
It's been fairly well documented that relations between the Obama administration and Capitol Hill have been a bit frosty. How they got to that point is harder to discern.
Military contractors are crying crocodile tears right now about the "fragility" of their industry. But in fact that industry is flush with cash, and will do or say anything to protect the one thing they care about above all else: profit.
House Assistant Democratic Leader Jim Clyburn objected Thursday to coverage of his views on the impact of President Barack
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) was evasive about the schedule for the vote. "I expect the House to take it up
Only time will tell who the next Minority Whip will be, but if Clyburn is at the helm, his continued efforts at progress, camaraderie, and civil rights leadership will not go unnoticed.
"This shows Hoyer works tirelessly to elect Members and candidates, and Members know that he'll do the same in 2012, donating
Get HuffPost Politics On Facebook and Twitter! Clyburn said Wilson's written apology was "the cowardly way to do it," and
House Republicans are enjoying the Democratic spectacle. "Whipping the vote is kind of a big deal, but it's understandable
And, once again, those jokers over at the Democratic National Committee are having some fun. They've put up a "Party of No
Saying he was moved but not too emotional, the South Carolina Democrat discussed how the most momentous change would be the
Clyburn may well be correct about perceptions of the Clintons among some black voters; but he simply hides how Obama, his campaign, and their supporters have willfully created that impression.
For the most part, however, Clyburn said he was not dispirited by the tenor and tone of the Democratic race. In the past