Kavanaugh is confirmed, but rancor lives on (E-29)

The Senate confirmation process was severely tested in reviewing the Kavanaugh nomination. If nothing else, something needs to be done about invasion of the premises by protestors. Read More...

Shoot higher, try harder (E - 36)

Here’s a report about recent SAFE actions on several different fronts, let’s hope they bear fruit. Read More...

Unity: The impossible dream (E-78)

No Labels posits that unity will result if politicians discuss the issues, but experience suggests otherwise. It might be better to debate the issues and aim for timely and well-informed decisions. Read More...

US Supreme Court: striking a balance

Why all the fuss about confirming a highly qualified Supreme Court nominee, what’s really at stake? Read More...

Political staws in the wind, nationally and locally

Partisan bickering and worse drives out thoughtful debate, promoting stalemate or poor policy choices. Our political leaders need to do much better, both in DC and Delaware.

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Soaring deficits hard to square with fiscal responsibility

With its conservative credentials in tatters, the GOP should insist on completing the FY 2019 budget process in a businesslike manner before the Oct. 1 deadline. Read More...

Year-end frenzy in DC

No one wants to be blamed for a government shutdown, but there are deep divisions on several issues and neither side will give up easily. Don’t count on anything until the dust settles. Read More...

Status of Republican tax plan

Proposed business tax changes would boost US economy; tax cuts for individuals seem problematic. Read More...

How things work in DC

Gridlock in fixing the fiscal problem is unfortunate, but in other cases it's not necessarily a bad thing. Read More...

House healthcare bill draws heavy flak

The American Health Care Act is being attacked as extreme, but the case against it seems underwhelming. Read More...

Glow of upbeat presidential address fades quickly

The government’s budget should be balanced every year, but our political leaders keep getting it wrong. Read More...

A big push to cut reglatory red tape

Rollback of counterproductive regulations is crucial and would justify changing Senate rules (if need be). Read More...

An overhaul of GovCare begins

Will the parties work together to repeal and replace GovCare? What could improve the odds for a favorable outcome?
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GovCare won't really be repealed, and that's fine

Fixing GovCare looks doable, but our political leaders need to act quickly versus vainly seeking perfection. Read More...

A setback for affordable energy

Let’s hope Justice Scalia’s replacement will share his skepticism of the EPA et al. Read More...

Admission of Syrian refugees

US immigration policies should serve our national interests, not simply the needs of would-be entrants. Read More...
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