Nov. 10, 2014
Permission to republish original opeds granted.
Should GOP revive judicial filibuster?
Conservative leaders: ""The inevitable net result of reviving the judicial filibuster… would be a regime under which nominees submitted by a Republican President would be subject to a 60-vote threshold, whereas a Democrat President's nominees would be subject to a 50-vote threshold."
How Republicans should respond to Reid in the lame-duck session
Rather than also giving the exiled Reid another bite of setting his party's funding priorities for the rest of the fiscal year, Republicans have to demand that a funding bill only go to March.
Crudele: U.S. economic growth is all an illusion
45 percent in exit polls say the economy dictated their vote last Tuesday.