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Despite its unpopularity, the tax code overhaul seems to have enough Republican votes to pass in the Senate. After almost a year of comic pratfalls...
trump budget

Five months into the Trump presidency, it does feel as though life has been moving along at a record pace. Following the breakneck speed with...
entitlement reform

One of the problems with Donald Trump is his corrosive effects, including on our intellectual standards. What I have in mind is people have now seen...
status quo candidate

It is a cliché of the 2016 presidential campaign that support for Donald Trump is being driven by the anger of the voters against party...
reform

A new Pew Research Center survey, “Beyond Distrust: How Americans View Their Government,” contains valuable data measuring public opinion toward government. According to the study, “the...

While Democrats have spent the last few months trying in vain to engender a public outcry about income inequality, the greatest challenge facing the country...

The first reviews are in on the budget deal agreed to by Republican House Budget Committee Chair Paul Ryan and Democratic Senate Budget Committee Chair...

With days to go before the artificial deadline set for the national debt ceiling to expire, there’s little doubt that Democrats believe the political pendulum...

Should the federal government’s balance sheet be treated the way a family approaches household finances? That’s the question at the heart of the renewed debate...

The administration and its media allies are ramping up the pressure on Republicans determined not to vote for another hike in the debt ceiling without...

President Obama isn’t likely to have much trouble getting the Senate to confirm Jack Lew as his new treasury secretary. Though Senator Jeff Sessions has...

There may be a last-minute compromise reached today in the negotiations over the fiscal cliff, but not if President Obama has anything to say about...