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Below, take a look at the most tenured members of Congress who didn't much done this term, curated by FindTheBest: The 114th
Midterm elections are not intended to neuter a president. They are midcourse corrections intended to make government work better for the people who elect their representatives; to -- in fact -- transform the government we have into the government the people wish they have.
Mr. McConnell: Had your party done its job during the past six years, instead of doing nothing at best and obstructing and obfuscating at worst, we would have a Congress the president could work with, we would have the functioning government the American people wish and deserve, we would have a much better America.
There are problems with Obamacare that need to be fixed. But, Congress won't do anything along those lines -- unless major insurance companies flex their muscle.
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Smith's major legislative accomplishment to date is the introduction (and subsequent failure) of the Stop Online Piracy Act
Alas, those days appear to be gone. So long, ACORN defunders. Thanks for all the clicks. The demise of ACORN didn't end the
My guess is that by the time everyone votes in November, the Republican anti-Obamacare strategy is hardly going to cause a ripple, while the debate over immigration reform is going to be the main event.
It's been a long time since Congress passed a major new environmental law -- at least 1,894 days as of Tuesday.
It's been a long time since Congress passed a major new environmental law -- at least 1,894 days as of Tuesday. Some argue