Harry Reid

Killing the "Nuclear Option" Will Not Save the Senate. It Will Ruin Obama's Final Two Years.
September 29, 2014

Don't trust Republicans who want to restore the 60-vote filibuster.

The Three Reasons Republicans Might Actually Impeach Obama in Spite of Themselves
July 30, 2014

Republicans are much more likely to do stupid things like impeach a president without cause. Period. 

Harry Reid Might Have Saved Obamacare by Going Nuclear
The ACA subsidies decision likely will be overturned by the full appeals court
July 22, 2014

When the Senate "went nuclear," he may not have known that it could save Obamacare.

Ted Cruz Is Causing Trouble Again. This Time on the Border Crisis.
July 18, 2014

If Republicans adopt Cruz’s proposal, it will destroy any chance of an agreement between the parties. Not that Cruz has ever done that before.

Republicans Have a Choice: Their Donors, Their Right-Wingers, or a Government Shutdown
June 27, 2014

There's almost no chance anyone will shut down government over the Export-Import bank, but if it happens, it will be John Boehner who does it.

It's Never Been More Clear that Republicans Are Killing Immigration Reform
May 22, 2014

Questioning John Boehner, a reporter broke down the immigration reform fight with ruthless efficiency. Watch.

The New York Times Was Wrong: The Senate Is Still an Old Boys' Club
October 18, 2013

The New York Times story earlier this week on how “Senate Women Lead in Effort to Find Accord,” about a group of five women senators, left a bad taste in my mouth.

How Obama, Reid, and Pelosi Stopped Republican Extortion
Three reasons the Democrats won
October 17, 2013

It’s over. The Senate voted yes. The House voted yes. President Obama signed the bill and, on Thursday, the federal government is open for business again.

The Republicans May Lose, But So Will You
October 15, 2013

Americans who want jobs or mortgages will suffer because John Boehner didn't have the guts to stiff the Tea Party

Tick, Tick, Tick... Is This Boehner's Last Ransom Note?
October 15, 2013

Democrats and Republicans in the Senate have nearly completed a deal that would reopen the government and increase the Treasury Department's debt ceiling. President Obama has signalled his support, as have Democratic leaders in the House.

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