Monday Jul 14
Amid Spending Bill Deadlock, House Appropriator Seeks Senate Seat
Congressional appropriators are struggling with the fiscal 2015 spending bills, and both the House and Senate versions of the Labor-HHS-Education bill have not yet to emerged from the committee level.
A self-described "informal coalition" made up of the Gerstenfeld, Van Auken and Bruehl families, which all have antique ivory collections, forms say, hired Bockorny Group to lobby on the Obama administration's proposed updates to the rules.
Walsh hits Daines on Medicare in new Montana ad
Sen. John Walsh is using a trio of elderly women to attack Rep. Steve Daines on Medicare in his latest ad, targeting a key demographic in his uphill battle to retain his seat.
Conservative Poll: Sen. Hagan Leads GOPer Tillis
Sen. Kay Hagan leads North Carolina state House Speaker Thom Tillis in the North Carolina race for U.S. Senate according to a recent poll released by the conservative think tank Civitas.
America has always had switch-hitters - in baseball and, yep, in politics. Switch hitters, whatever kind, don't care whether they swing right or wrong - all that matters is scoring - or at least getting on base.