Although I remain agnostic about whether health care reform (at least in its current manifestation) will ultimately prove successful, thoughtful pieces like this most certainly add a constructive element to the debate.
Iâ€™ve always been a Republican and will likely always be one. Betâ€™s letâ€™s just say the Party isnâ€™t making it easy for guys like me. Iâ€™m all for sensible tax reform and cutting the deficit. But
Sorry folks . . . But this one isn’t going away anytime soon. More Mystery Over AP Subpoenas Process at Justice Department,” Politico, 5/16/2013
Note: Submitted by Guest Blogger James Berger (James is an attorney, member of the ABA’s New York White Collar Crime CommitteeÂ and public affairs partner at the firm McLean/Clark LLC) Among the endless parade of scandals
An interesting take on the gun debate . . . A Southern political strategist, a former President and the daughter of a Newtown school shooting victim all agree: “On Wednesday, former President Bill Clinton delivered the
Like everyone else, I was shocked and disturbed by the recent tragic events in Boston. I couldnâ€™t be more grateful to the heroic police officers who did such an amazing job at bringing the terrorists to justice (one of
Just a quick thought on this one today. Iâ€™ve been watching the Senate debate immigration reform and find myself wondering how some of these jokers possibly got elected. Our border is more secure than ever before. Fewer
Having worked in Albany, I know a thing or two about dysfunctional government and, while itâ€™s admittedly hard to do, Albany may well even beat out the United States Congress on that score. Nevertheless, the alternative