Former President George W. Bush: "Look, there will be plenty of time to play the blame game."
The Billings Gazette has revealed that coal mining company Cloudpeak Energy ghost wrote protest letters to the U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) on behalf of allied policymakers and business groups.
To be sure, right-wingers love to attack liberals for being in bed with Hollywood and the entertainment industry. But the GOP claiming to be "the party of the working people" is as big an example of fiction and fantasy as anything coming out of Los Angeles.
Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu lost to Republican congressman Bill Cassidy in the Louisiana Senate runoff election on Saturday
The runoff is being held because no candidate garnered more than 50 percent of the vote on Election Day. A RealClearPolitics
The internal sniping and bickering has already begun among Democratic ranks but it's their own damn fault. The internal debates following the 2014 midterm elections highlight the ideological schizophrenia that continues to plague the Democratic Party.
Well, all things do eventually come to an end, including life on planet Earth. But in the past few weeks, Keystone found
Maddow slammed the strange logic of Sen. Landrieu for pushing so hard to pass the Keystone bill, which her opponent, Rep
Bill sponsor U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) and supporter U.S. Sen. John Hoeven (R-ND) both stood on the Senate floor and said Keystone XL is not an export pipeline in the minutes leading up to the bill's failure.
This bill would bypass essential reviews, skip safety assessments, and fast track a dangerous project. This has sweeping implications for future generations. And yet it is entangled in the politics of the moment.
Many are now pointing out that Warren's elevation pretty much assures she won't be running for president in 2016, but then we never really believed she would run in the first place. At this point, she'll be much more effective within the Senate Democrats.
Carper's vow to back the bill surprised some, as the senator has previously deferred to the Obama administration's decision
“Hopefully, this ninth vote is the charm, and the Senate and President will finally agree that after six years, it’s time
Here's the craziest part: While Congress mires itself in the politics surrounding Keystone, it continues to ignore critical tax policies that could lead to exponentially more American-made jobs in renewables and energy efficiency.
The Senate's Keystone measure opens up interesting political fault lines, pitting a number of Senate Democrats against the