Friday Sep 12
House Republicans 'dither' on Syria
It is often said catching the wind is easier than finding a politician who cannot tell a lie with a straight face. Another axiom in politics is nothing is shorter than the memory of a voter.
Woodland Chamber asks political candidates to speak
Starting next week, the Woodland Chamber of Commerce will host a weekly series of public luncheons with political candidates from Southwest Washington. Each Tuesday through Oct. 28, opposing candidates will share the floor for an hour, and anyone is welcome to attend and get to know the candidates.
As Rep. Steve Scalise prepares to oversee House-spending bills, he hires new spokeswoman
Rep. Steve Scalise , R-Jefferson, Tuesday named a former press officer for Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., as his communications director in his new role as House Majority Whip.
The Wall Street Journal
This House Trailblazer Slept in Her Office Decades Ago
After Rep. Marilyn Lloyd left Congress, fellow Tennessee Democrat Rep. Barton Gordon hailed her as a "trailblazer, " noting she was the first woman from the Volunteer State elected to the House for a full term.
Herrera Beutler, charter spurned by Republican PCOs
And if that's the case, then Thursday's meeting of Republican precinct committee officers laid several volumes on U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler.