[Would you like to follow me on Twitter? Because why not?] Still, a party that insists it plans to take the fight to Democratic
A little over a week ago, incumbent Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi made sure that everyone knew that Liz Cheney was going to primary him. This was surprising news, mainly because what would have otherwise been a sleepy 2014 Senate contest could end up being something that the media could monetize for page views and whatnot. And last week, Cheney went ahead and confirmed that she was going to give it a shot. So here we are: The state of Wyoming is now suddenly interesting! And one good reason why this Wyoming primary is going to be very compelling is that it's the venue for a hot proxy war between Rand Paul's libertarianish insurgency and the neo-con old guard.
They know that even under the best circumstances, justice is hard to come by. Now, the Senate is making it virtually impossible for workers to gain the justice they deserve. And what does that say about our democracy?
Cohen's Communications Workers of America union, for one, has deemed the scenario a "shell game" run by Republicans. "They
Huffington Post's Bureau Chief Ryan Grim and Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley break down the history of the filibuster.
The president is left with few options, Harkin added. And that will make it virtually impossible for Obama to carry out his
The Democratic members of the anti-reform group will also brief their colleagues today, a source told HuffPost. Restoring
"Now, it has gotten angrier and people are somehow bitter, and I think one of the reasons is -- and I should have talked
When retiring Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) gave his farewell floor address on Nov. 30, for instance, it was tinged with a layer
First elected to the Senate in 1986, Mikulski is one of the most senior members of the Democratic caucus and her 24 years