Advocates against gobbledygook are trying to shame federal agencies into keeping it simple
A two-week government shutdown is one thing. A four-week shutdown would be something entirely different.
Recent polls show Americans can find little to like in either political party
The federal government will allow some national parks to reopen if states pay for their operations
Petition is latest effort for the politically-engaged coffee chain and its CEO
A proposal to create a “hybrid” United States Postal Service would keep postal workers on their routes while allowing private companies to compete for mail collection, transportation, and processing.
General Eric Shinseki, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, appeared on CNN yesterday. The interview was a nothingburger, but I suppose we should be grateful that the Secretary has offered proof of his existence.
This week’s print column on the latest, sad–but sort of hopeful–attempt at bipartisanship.
Frum’s double whack at The New New Deal raises legitimate questions about green industrial policy.
I don’t have a dog in the Secretary of State hunt.* But I do have an idea about how to get both John Kerry and Susan Rice into the Cabinet.
The politics and policy of emergency preparedness have changed a lot in the last seven years.
For more than a year and a half, everyone from House Oversight Committee chairman Darrell Issa to right-wing provocateurs on Fox News have been lobbing fiery accusations about Operation Fast and Furious, including that it was a plot conceived by the White House for a variety of nefarious purposes.
As Democrats in Charlotte tell it, Barack Obama is helping out the most deserving Americans with federal spending. Last week in Tampa, Republicans accused the President of giving Big Government credit for the private sector’s …