A closer look at the Texas energy interests fueling the former New York mayor's presidential campaign.
Can left-leaning Jews coalesce into a lobby to offset the influence of AIPAC?
When Max Baucus, chair of the Senate Finance Committee, is every lobbyist's best friend, is economic reform possible?
American Jews are liberals and support Democrats. Why, then, do Jewish
organizations, supported by contributions of liberal Jews, strategize
with Republicans on how to smear these same Democrats?
The Justice Department meddled in a case against Jack Abramoff in Guam
in 2002; last week, Bush nominated the current Abramoff prosecutor to
the federal bench. Can the DOJ credibly continue this investigation?
Leaders of the Christian right are paying the price as evidence mounts
of their complicity in a sordid GOP gambling-industry scheme.
Scandals abound in the smoking remains of the Alexander Strategy
With plenty of friends on K Street, Roy Blunt is not as forthright
as his name suggests.
The House Ethics Committee has been defunct for a year: If now is not
the time for both parties to get serious on Congressional ethics, when
will it be?
For a long time on Capitol Hill, no one was interested in lobbying reform. Now everybody wants to get in on the act.