His vote to deregulate derivatives doesn't fit his broader voting record.
"It's the one form of bigotry that is still allowed in America, and that's bigotry against the successful."
Seventeen candidates. Two debates. One Donald Trump. What's it going to take to survive and move on?
An architect of the financial crisis offers a strange history lesson.
With oral arguments in King v. Burwell just eight days away, Republicans are talking more and more about what they’ll do
American political history is littered with examples of politicians who ran for their current office as well as another office in the same election. Paul is not the first Kentuckian to seek re-election to his current post concomitantly seeking the presidency or vice presidency.
The surprise primary defeat of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) -- after a campaign that attacked his support for
Gramm has had just about enough of all of this hand-wringing about his baby, he wrote in the WSJ. Back in my day, he essentially
Gramm was co-author of the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985, in which the
Where is Phil Gramm hiding? The former Republican senator from Texas has not been heard from since his bank got nailed by the G-men. Or, as the Times put it, UBS now has the distinction of being "the first big global bank in more than two decades to have a subsidiary plead guilty to fraud."