Republicans seemed angry and surprised to learn that a Reagan administration policy is hampering their efforts to prosecute former IRS official Lois Lerner.
An Issa spokesman did not respond to a request for comment. WASHINGTON -- Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) is mulling holding
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) announced Friday that he is subpoenaing another top administration official, meaning
"It’s clear that questions remain, and the administration still does not respect the authority of Congress to provide proper
You have to assume that by continuing to pursue the Benghazi "scandal" story, the GOP is trying to imply that Obama is "soft on terrorism," when in fact he has done more to destroy the al Qaeda terrorist network than the neo-cons who surrounded Bush could have dreamed.
The Democrats in Congress in 2001 stuck to the best American tradition--when tragedy strikes do not attack the other party. Congressman Issa and his friends have ignored that tradition, and are trying to turn Ambassador Stevens' death into an election talking point.
UPDATE: 12:10 p.m. "As I have said all along, Fast and Furious was a terrible mistake with tragic consequences," Cummings
The Huffington Post has reviewed 40 letters from over 160 groups, representing the full spectrum of the nation's industries
If you're a Republican, it is now a violation of House rules to utter the word "taxes" or "tax increase" on the chamber floor without the "job-killing" prefix.
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) wants the oil industry, drug manufacturers and other trade groups and companies to tell him
Congress singled ACORN out for punishment in the absence of any judicial or administrative process adjudicating guilt. The judge declared the act of Congress was an unconstitutional bill of attainder.
They said they were there to perform repair work on the telephone system. O'Keefe who was waiting in Landrieu's office for
Last year, the mainstream media treated O'Keefe's exploits against ACORN as an example of investigative "gotcha" journalism, with few pointing out that he doctored the videos and never released the original footage.
The Washington Independent's Dave Weigel was among them, and the scene he describes can only be called "magical," beginning