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  • Ukraine loan package, Russian sanctions clear key Senate hurdle

    WASHINGTON -- Legislation to approve $1 billion in loan guarantees for Ukraine and impose sanctions against Russia cleared a key Senate hurdle Monday, but Congress remained locked in a partisan fight over the details of the package. By a vote of 78-17,...
  • Cruz, Paul compete for fractured conservatives

    Two newcomers, Sens. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Ted Cruz of Texas, are the hottest figures in the dominant conservative wing of the Republican Party. In markedly different ways, they both claim to be the heirs to the party's contemporary patron saint,...
  • On Ukraine, Ted Cruz isn't as Reaganesque as he seems to think

    On Ukraine, Ted Cruz isn't as Reaganesque as he seems to think
    In my Sunday column, I described the division among leading Republicans over what policy to prescribe on Russia and Ukraine, a three-way split among hawks, realists and libertarians. Then there’s Ted Cruz, the firebrand tea-party senator from...
  • After setbacks, tea party members vow to reinvent movement

    After setbacks, tea party members vow to reinvent movement
    WASHINGTON — By most measures, it's been a dire few months for the tea party. Its candidates stumbled in two Texas primary races. Supporters in Congress failed to block bipartisan deals to increase government spending and raise the debt ceiling....
  • Senators already in their corners in upcoming debate over Ukraine aid

    WASHINGTON Russia's annexation of Crimea has produced yet another perfect storm in Washington: a fast-moving international crisis and a slow-moving U.S. Congress. The Senate next week will try once again to take up a $1 billion aid and sanctions bill...
  • Too many senators fail the full disclosure test

    Lately, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has been denouncing David and Charles Koch, calling the oil billionaires "un-American" as they funnel tens of millions of dollars into campaigns to defeat Senate Democrats. There's plenty to criticize. The...
  • Thomas Sowell: GOP infighting must stop to prevent Democratic wins

    At a time when polls show public opinion turning against the Democrats, some Republicans seem to be turning against each other. Even with the prospect of being able to win control of the Senate in this fall's elections, some Republicans are busy...
  • Changes in criminal justice system gaining bipartisan support in Congress

    The following editorial appeared in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram on Tuesday, March 18: Using states as laboratories for studying criminal justice reforms, and particularly addressing the issue of prison sentencing, many lawmakers in Washington are...
  • Texas primary voters to test Sen. John Cornyn, George P. Bush

    HOUSTON -- Tuesday’s Texas primary will test the staying power of longtime Republican Sen. John Cornyn against a tea party challenge and the prospects for a fourth-generation politician and first-time candidate, George P. Bush. The Texas races...
  • Early poll: For 2016, Clinton leads, GOP field jumbled

    Hillary Clinton is Virginia's clear favorite in the 2016 presidential race, and the Republican field is an unsettled one some 2-and-1/2 years before general election day, according to a Christopher Newport University poll released this morning. Clinton...
  • Editorials on 'sunshine laws'

    Most McClatchy newspapers published editorials as part of Sunshine Week, an open government project led by the American Society of News Editors. The following editorial appeared in the Sacramento Bee on Sunday, March 16: HARRY REID AND MITCH MCCONNELL...
  • Noelle Nikpour: Could nation really go for Rand Paul?

    Americans have elected as president six men named James, four named William, four Johns, but also a Millard, a Ulysses and, of course, a Barack. So are we ready for a Rand? That would be Rand Paul — the Kentucky senator, son of Ron Paul, and, now,...