The message from the American people on election night was clear: stop the obstruction and get to work. The GOP isn't listening.
When not in power, the Republicans in Congress trump up scandals and grind the government to a standstill to deny any success to the opposition ... regardless of what they have to work with.
To President Obama’s critics, he will never bring about the era of bipartisan cooperation that he campaigned on in 2008, but the facts prove otherwise.
Romney and Obama are both highly successful and talented people. Let's zero in on the policy products that their brains produced.
Senators Tom Coburn and Jim Inhofe voted to cut Hurricane Sandy relief funds by nearly two-thirds and to stop funding FEMA. Now that disaster is in their backyard, will they change their tune?
Everyone loses if we go over the fiscal cliff, but the American people lose the biggest.
The changes mean more important and/or controversial bills such as the deficit, immigration, gun control, same-sex marriage and climate change will all come before the 113th Congress.
President Obama missed an opportunity with his inauguration to lead the country on our most pressing challenge, our growing national debt. But he has another chance with his State of the Union.