Ben Sasse: The Senate Must Reassert Its Place in the Constitutional Structure
EDITOR’S NOTE: This week, Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska, after having waited the traditional full year before delivering his maiden floor speech — a practice now largely abandoned — rose to address his colleagues in the Senate. His remarks, …
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) is not talking like a man who was humbled to be on the wrong side of a landslide in the most recent midterms.
“I support this legislation, but we’re not going to …
The Grim Side of DeMint’s Move to Heritage
The final Morning Jolt of the week closes with some downbeat thoughts about Jim DeMint’s departure:
Wait, Where Are You Going, Senator DeMint? How Can You Go Now?
You’ll pardon me if I’m not relentlessly …
Looking at the Incumbents and Quasi-Incumbents in the Senate . . .
As noted, one of my rules of thumb for my election predictions was that any incumbent below 50 is in at least a little trouble, and an incumbent in the mid-40s is in real trouble. The more well-known and well-established …