It’s not every day that the Vice President of the United States accuses a veteran U.S. Congressman of having lost his marbles. Yet there was Dick Cheney in October, accusing Representative Charles Rangel—the outspoken dean of New York’s Congressional delegation—of being senior to the point of senility.
“Charlie is losing it,” Mr. Cheney said on Read More
In what must have been an exhausting exercise, some academic wonks and good-government-type journos (namely, grad students at Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism and CPB’s Marketplace, American RadioWorks) spent months combing the travel records of our members of Congress since 2000, detailing who travels the most (Louisiana’s former Senator John Breaux) and who Read More