Feingold’s Foolish Amendment to the 17th Amendment

Every two years voters go to the polls to vote for their member of Congress. They vote for either a member of the House or a member of the Senate. A House member runs every two years; a member of the Senate runs every six years. This is what voters are accustomed to, and what they-by and large-assume is the way the system has always functioned. They are wrong. Voters were never intended to vote directly for their state’s senator, and for good reason.


Nancy Pelosi explains how $355 Million for STD Prevention Stimulates the Economy

Absolutely no words to describe this illiteracy.