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Flake Admits He Wouldn’t Have Rebelled on Kavanaugh If He Were Running Again
The Arizonan’s brave act of bipartisanship was actually the lame gesture of a lame duck.
Jeff Flake Explains Why He Called for a Delay on the Kavanaugh Vote
He still plans on voting for the judge’s confirmation unless the FBI turns up something new.
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Flake Forces Delay in Senate Floor Vote on Kavanaugh; Trump Approves FBI Probe
Flake supported Kavanaugh’s confirmation but successfully pushed for a one-week delay in the Senate vote pending an FBI investigation.
At the End of the GOP’s Immigration Battle Stands Stephen Miller With a Veto Pen
The already long odds against passage of an immigration bill face the additional problem of a White House that may prefer outrage to accomplishment.
The 8 Zaniest Things About Trump’s Flipping and Flopping on the Omnibus
Whether or not Trump is just pitching a fit, or blowing up months of negotiations, it’s all very … wacky.
Senate Votes Down Every Immigration Proposal
Trump’s own proposal and a bipartisan compromise that he angrily opposed both went down in the Senate.
Even a Healthy McCain Couldn’t Broker a Good Immigration Deal in the Trump Era
McCain’s vision of comprehensive immigration reform is missed in Washington, but wouldn’t prevail in this Congress.
Trump Needs to Stop Whining About the Filibuster
For all his complaining about the Senate’s 60-vote requirement, Trump passed up the chance to take the issue to GOP voters in Alabama.
Democrats Have the Votes for a Filibuster of Gorsuch
In response, the GOP seems ready to go nuclear.
United States Senate Will Remain Bereft of Former Witches
Christine O’Donnell has lost.
The Midterm Snapshot: October 29
A look at what’s happening in races around the country.
Christine O’Donnell Thought She Nailed First Amendment Debate
She was high-fiving her debate team? Really?
Christine O’Donnell Introduced to Concept of ‘Separation of Church and State’ for the First Time
It’s an easy one to miss.
Delaware Debate Demonstrates Why Everyone Loves Christine O’Donnell
She was asked about evolution, secret Chinese war plans, and the Supreme Court.
Polls Show Christine O’Donnell Way Behind Coons
Only a third of her supporters would be “very disappointed” if she lost.
Harry Reid Thinks Kirsten Gillibrand Is So Hot
The hottest member” of the Senate, in fact. Stop!
Chris Coons Insists His Relationship With Harry Reid Is Not Creepy and Disturbing
He is not Harry Reid’s pet.
Meet Christine O’Donnell, the Tea Partier Who Could Lose the Senate for the GOP
She is a very interesting person.