John Boehner's Kiss of Death
March 07, 2013
Why the House Republicans are so efficient at cleaning up their scandals.
September 11, 2006
Surry Hill. So reads a plaque at the end of the long, winding private road that leads to the crown jewel of McLean, Virginia: the 18,000-square-foot mansion that Republican lobbyist Ed Rogers and his wife Edwina call home. To get there from Washington, you drive across the Potomac River and along a parkway that, in the summer, is canopied by lush green trees. Shortly before the guarded entrance to the CIA, you turn off McLean's main road and then down a private lane, passing through brick gate posts adorned with black lanterns and into a grand cul-de-sac. A massive brick Colonial with majestic
January 23, 2006
When the Jack Abramoff scandal first broke, the main Republican line of defense was to construe the problem as narrowly as possible.