The race for U.S. Senate is very winnable, and there are a number of impressive Democrats considering a run who I am confident will defeat the incumbent in 2006
If the vote was held today, we would get 190 Democrats and somewhere in the vicinity of 40-plus Republicans
since Congress passed President Bush's trade promotion authority three years ago, we have lost one-sixth of our manufacturing jobs.
Clearly, the number of dollars required in Medicaid, very stretched already, will increase. It would be amazingly callous, and to me, unconscionable if they insist on these Medicaid cuts.
These aren't the kind of records to put on a shelf and brag about because they spell bad news for American industry, workers and families.
Medicaid protects impoverished children, the frail elderly and people in crisis, ... Its limited resources will be further stretched serving hurricane victims. Proponents of Medicaid cuts either undervalue Medicaid assistance or underestimate American compassion.
To get fast-track through Congress, Speaker Gingrich and President Clinton are wheeling and dealing like we've never seen before
This bill proposes a fix for a problem that simply doesn't exist.
Too much is at risk to stop the research before its potential is fully understood.
I've said nothing negative about Paul Hackett. Let's just leave it at that.
The administration needs to speak honestly with the American people. Exaggerating our progress in defeating the insurgency or in creating an Iraqi army paints a dangerous picture.
We must support initiatives that provide clear, concrete measures and milestones that our troops need for defeating the insurgency, building up Iraqi security forces, and handing over Iraq to the Iraqi people.
Young people have been at the forefront of every great social movement in our country's history.
We were told this war would be over in a matter of weeks, and that the Iraqis would be able to finance it with oil sales. We were promised it was not a mission of nation building.
Big government conservatives are spending trillions and wasting billions. Republicans are no longer the party of fiscal conservancy, but the party of runaway spending and corruption.