Question, what better way to get your policies into law other than allowing your in-the-bag Senators to introduce the administration's bills as being...
This might be the week in which the door was slammed on the post election honeymoon and/or doldrums, depending on your political leanings. As President Obama worked to minimize the failed sequester strategy damage has caused, Republicans began to get our mojo back by standing up and fighting. And yesterday, a 2014 map that was already sorta difficult for Senate Democrats became even tougher.
U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, who has been a force for progressivism in the Senate since 1979 and made his mark in recent years as chairman of the powerful Armed Services Committee, will not run for re-election next year, likely setting off a political avalanche of interest in the seat