National Narrative

The public anger over the FCC’s vote on Net Neutrality I believe is warranted. I haven’t seen such passion in the comments on my radio show “Afternoons Live” on KFGO 790 ...

Two weeks. December 22nd. That is how much time Congress has bought itself before we’re faced with another government shutdown. Two weeks and they’re celebrating. Put the champagne away, funding ...

During the early morning hours, Senate Republicans passed their tax bill. Along with its passage, they have now forfeited the right to specific claims in the political and governing process. ...

The procedural move to begin debate on the Republican tax bill fell along party lines yesterday afternoon. The move comes as the party solely in control of Washington D.C. tries ...

By Ryan Taylor, former state senator and USDA Rural Development state director; and Karen Ehrens, food, health and public policy advocate This week we had #GivingTuesday, and last week, Thanksgiving. ...

President Trump has called for a tax cut that will add $1500 billion to the national debt. In normal speak that is $1.5 trillion added to an already staggering debt. ...

Open enrollment for health insurance begins today and runs through December 15th. Following years of empty campaign promises and symbolic repeal votes, Obamacare is still the law of the land. ...

Tuesday night, Senate Republicans picked Equifax, Wells Fargo, and other Wall Street companies over working families. North Dakota’s Senator John Hoeven joined the majority to make it harder for ordinary ...

The former CEO of Equifax, Richard Smith, had a tough week. Smith faced Congress to explain how in the world 145 million Americans’ personal information was compromised on his watch. ...

In a Friday afternoon “news dump” Tom Price resigned from leading The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The resignation came after mounting public outrage at Price’s wasting of ...