When Scott Brown voted along party lines to approve an amendment that would cripple consumer protection, it was one more case of a Congressman siding with Wall Street and special interest.
Some of the Democratic primaries being held next week may have just as interesting an impact on the Democrats as the Tea Party challenges are having on the GOP.
Though the New Jersey state Supreme Court has taken progressive strides, the latest from Governor Christie this week was not an act of ideology -- it was an act of power.
hat happens when millions of gallons of oil spill into the Gulf of Mexico, threatening environmental destruction and the loss of thousands of jobs? You'd think that a move toward renewable energy would be met with much fanfare.
Before going to D.C. to meet with my Congressmen about their vote on the financial reform bill I asked people who have suffered at the hands of banks to submit stories for me to use as proof of what the lack of regulation and oversight has caused.
With the midterm elections now less than seven months away, things look very different now than they did in January when Republican Scott Brown was elected to fill Ted Kennedy's Senate seat.
After three days of repeated cloture votes to bring Chris Dodd's Wall Street reform bill to the floor of the Senate for debate, it appears the Republicans are ready to blink.
I tell ya, maybe it's because I'm reaching middle age, but the pace of American politics is starting to make my head swim. Remember Scott Brown, a re...
The only question for the Republicans is how long will it take for them to get tired of being publicly dragged, kicking and screaming, to support reform. So much the better for Democrats.
The people in Congress and on Wall Street who are opposing the Restoring American Financial Stability Act count on our apathy and laziness. They Bank on it. Let's show them that they're wrong.
The Gun Show Loophole is not a theoretical concern. Far too often, these illegal sales made through this loophole are arming criminals, leading to the deaths of innocent victims.
We should push direct government hiring programs like the Local Jobs for America Act that could create or save a million jobs. We need to fight for programs that directly give people jobs.
Analysts who take the Massachusetts special election shock seriously see it mostly in terms of recycled mantras from the Clinton administration. "It's the economy, stupid." But this is plainly too glib.
Huffpost editor Roy Sekoff appeared on "The Joy Behar Show" Tuesday alongside CNN political reporter Candy Crowley to talk about the midterm elections...
"Keep the younger generation in the state, provide jobs for the population, send the illegal immigrants back to their countries. We need jobs to provi...