In more than 20 years in Congress, Speaker Boehner has demonstrated a unique ability to solve problems without compromising principles.
Senator John Cornyn indicated that members of a bipartisan working group in the Judiciary Committee are “remarkably close” to a deal on legislation.
What We’re Reading: Immigration in the Midterm Elections, History of Executive Action on Immigration
As midterm elections near, several outlets are analyzing the role of immigration in races around the country.
The finger-pointing in the VA scandal has been bipartisan. Thankfully, the same is holding true in the initial search for solutions.
BPC is pleased to announce that Brett Loper is joining the organization as a senior advisor. In this role, he will advise the work of BPC projects, including the Economic Policy Project. Most recently, Loper was deputy chief of staff to Speaker John Boehner.
Pragmatic leadership has long been the foundation of American democracy and the source of our political stability. After a year of unseemly partisan wrangling – with the extremes of both parties holding hostage issues ranging from entitlement and tax reform to judicial…