I’ve got some ideas about what the best political strategy is for Democrats in a District like ours — Virginia’s 6th — and in the next two weeks I will be coming to two of the District’s major cities to talk about what we Democrats can accomplish. I hope you’ll attend
A package of Republican-sponsored bills will institute roadblocks and obstacles to voting for hundreds of thousands of Virginians, a group of House and Senate Democrats said in a Monday press conference.
The House and State Senate, in separate votes on Tuesday, advanced legislation that Democratic critics say will incease barriers to voting for hundreds of thousands of Virginians.
“But there’s no way you’re better off than you were four years ago.” “Um, well …” “Seriously. You just can’t be.” “But I am.” The script on his computer screen didn’t have any direction for what he was supposed to say next. Dangerous, having him wing it.
You want to know what’s wrong with this country? It’s not that we can’t agree on what direction we need to go in to get business running as close to full capacity as possible, get our kids the best educations, make sure that we all have access to the best health-care system in the world, and the rest
Republicans do. Might not be what the country needs now. Focusing on balancing the budget in a time when we’re worried about another economic slowdown makes no sense. But hey, give them credit, that’s where we are right now. Why? Because the GOP is on message, and Democrats … are rudderless. I’ll give President Obama [...]
Republicans have found a handy tool – the filibuster – in their ongoing battle to kneecap Barack Obama and congressional Democrats. That’s the good news. The bad news – well, good luck to the GOP when it gets the keys to the White House and majorities in Congress back. “With little time left in this [...]