It's an utterly dysfunctional political football that has no economic merit. And we're the only country that engages in such a charade.
Wow, whodathunk that cutting taxes and spending money recklessly would result in running out of money???
Senate Republicans Go Through The Motions Of Pretending That They'll Stand Up To Trump On The Budget
It's July, so it's time for Congress to start worrying about the next government shutdown threat from Donald Trump, and time for Republicans to pretend like they'll take a stand against him.
A reporter at Pelosi's press conference Thursday asked her to "respond to Mick Mulvaney's characterization of her comments." She does not have time for that Beltway tit-for-tat.
At today's presser, Speaker Pelosi once again must school a reporter on how to do his job. It's getting tiring.
Rep. Dave Brat, a member of the extremist House Freedom Caucus sparred with Kate Bolduan over his eventual no-vote to support aid to victims of Hurrican Harvey.
Why trash Dear Leader when you can hit the RINOs instead?
Heaven forbid Trump decided to reach across the aisle to do the bare minimum necessary and keep the government funded.
Freedom Caucus member Rep. Jim Jordan apologized for Trump and the debt ceiling deal he made the Democrats throughout his FNS interview with Chris Wallace.
Sen. John McCain complained that Trump's deal with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling and provide funding for disaster relief "was not an exercise in bipartisanship" and called the deal "basically devastating to national defense."
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