Hey, no rush.
Everyone else is a socialist.
iPads are coming to the House floor.
Final passage could come as early as tomorrow.
The Democrats have reportedly secured the nine GOP votes they needed.
He may miss some key votes over the next week.
Fifteen Republicans voted to repeal DADT this time around, compared to five in May.
Only 13 percent of Americans approve of how Congress is handling its job, a record low in the poll's 35-year history.
He's protesting the tax-cut compromise.
“A tragic example of partisan politics trumping patriotism.”
It was voted down in the Senate today, 57 to 40. But there is hope!
A look at the political fallout of a failed compromise.
Forty-eight percent of the members of the House and Senate are millionaires.
High hopes, this bunch.
The GOP looks set to enact a self-imposed earmark ban.
Joyce Kaufman, of "if ballots don't work, bullets will" fame, chooses to stay in Florida.
Two black Republicans are welcome to join, the chairwoman says.
The net is about to get very biased.