Seventeen years after the Kyoto Protocol was drafted, it appears that the U.S. is moving toward taking action to limit the nation’s emissions of greenhouse gases.
On Tuesday, I joined with Congressman Frank Wolf to introduce the “FERS Sick Leave Equity Act.”
Last week’s historic Inauguration of our 44th president, Barack Obama, was an electrifying experience for almost anyone involved.
As the economy spirals deeper and deeper into an economic morass, Washington’s attention this week is focused on the $900 billion economic stimulus package that is making its way through the Congress.
While waiting to see just how much OPEC says it will cut production next week, and then a couple of months more to see how much they actually cut, the crisis of the week is Washington’s bail-out of Detroit.
I was up early to vote in Brooklyn Heights, and stood in a long line to cast my ballot.
Today, America owes over $10 trillion in debt, mostly to foreign countries. Experts also predict this year will be the largest federal budget deficit in our nation’s history.
Last week, thousands of phone calls, letters and emails came into my office and those of my colleagues–so many that House websites crashed more than once.
Who can blame John McCain and Sarah Palin for saying that Barack Obama is “palling around with terrorists?” The GOP ticket is bombing so badly that they must blow up the race to have a shot at winning.
Grizzled Democratic Rep. Barney Frank slapped down pretty boy GOP Rep. Eric Cantor twice in two days on national TV this week.