I'll believe it when I see it happen. Unfortunately, lobbyists only need to buy off a couple of Democratic Senators to preserve this crazy, dysfunctional system: A frustrated Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Thursday said he will
It's not as if we haven't heard Harry Reid make noises about filibuster reform before. But it sure sounds like he's angry enough to actually do something this time: An angry Harry Reid took to the floor Thursday and demanded changes to the
Sharron Angle And Sean Hannity Have A Big Bowl Of Sour Grapes Over Her 2010 Election Loss To Harry Reid
Sharron Angle went on Sean Hannity's Fox News show last night to promote her new book, ostensibly, but really, it was mostly a long session kvetching about Angle's loss to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid: HANNITY: You lost a tough election.
There have been all kinds of obituaries already written for the DREAM Act -- most recently the WaPo's dubious report Sunday declaring the DREAM Act had been "shelved": "The measure that passed in the House on Wednesday is unlikely go anywhere in
Harry Reid On The Dred Scott Republicans: 'They've Either Taken Leave Of Their Senses Or Their Principles'
[media id=17726] Those Dred Scott Republicans who want to do away with the 14th Amendment and birthright citizenship are sure being ever so helpful
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Now, think about this: Harry Reid is saying Barack Obama needs to be tougher. Let that sink in. It's
Harry Reid's GOP Opponent Is A Fan Of The Extremist Oath Keepers. Which Raises All Kinds Of Strange Issues ...
[media id=17147] Harry Reid has to be delighted with the outcome of the Republican primary in Nevada. After all, the onetime frontrunner, Sue Lowde
[media id=12689] Well, if you were only to listen to Beltway media Villagers like Suzanne Gamboa at the AP, you'd think that President Obama had magi
As per Chris Bowers' whip count, we knew Thursday that Sen. Reid said he wouldn't rule out the addition of the public option to health-care reform t
This is good news, because the Baucus-Grassley version was a $80 billion bipartisan boondoggle that was packed with tax breaks and did very little t