On his blog at the Washington Post, Greg Sargent reports that Harry Reid is gearing up to exercise the “nuclear option” in July and that the president is right behind him: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is increasingly focused onShow More Summary
Leading Democrats have criticized the president’s implementation of ObamaCare: The Democrats’ majority leader, Sen. Harry Reid, said last week that he agreed with Democrat Sen. Max Baucus of Montana, a Democrat architect of the law, who said about the ObamaCare implementation, “I just see a huge train wreck coming down.” Oregon Sen. Show More Summary
In a tense exchange on the Senate floor yesterday, Harry Reid attacked freshman Republican senator Ted Cruz. The majority leader called Cruz “a schoolyard bully” for not letting Democrats go to conference over budget resolutions. Cruz...Show More Summary
Yesterday on the Senate floor, Majority Leader Harry Reid called Cruz a "schoolyard bully" after he dared to question Reid over...
Sorry, Harry, Obamacare was a train wreck even before it was passed, and no one has bothered to close the track since (The Hill) Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) says he shares colleagues’ concerns that the Affordable CareShow More Summary
Senator Rand Paul (R., Ky.) wants Congress to investigate the national-security implications of last week’s attacks in Boston before advancing immigration reform legislation. In a letter to Senate majority leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.),...Show More Summary
Earlier today, in writing about the Democrats’ gun control face plant, I speculated that Senator Heidi Heitkmap’s decision to vote no on the legislation probably wasn’t her decision at all but rather Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s (who poured millions into helping Heitkamp get elected). If the voted had been closer, I wrote, and if [...]Show More Summary
The Democrats' love affair with Republican John McCain is never ending, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid took things to a whole...
This morning on the Senate floor, majority leader Harry Reid warned against further gun violence by mentioning his father’s suicide. While discussing waiting periods for gun purchases, he explained: “Sometimes people, in a fit of passion, will purchase a handgun to do bad things with it, Mr. President, even as my dad did, killed himself. Waiting a few days helps.”
The gun-control debate is making strange bedfellows. The Heritage Foundation, the National Rifle Association, and American Civil Liberties Union are all raising concerns about language contained in Senate majority leader Harry Reid’s...Show More Summary
David Addington at the Heritage Foundation reports on a little something-something slipped into the rough beast of gun control laws slouching toward the Senate to be born, courtesy of majority leader Harry Reid: Title I of the Reid gun control bill purports to “fix gun checks.” The proposed “fix” in section 122 of S. Show More Summary
In a letter to Senate majority leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.), senators Cruz, Paul, and Lee announced their plans to filibuster the upcoming gun-control legislation. We, the undersigned, intend to oppose any legislation that would infringe...Show More Summary
Next month Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid plans to bring legislation criminalizing the transfer of private firearms to the floor for a vote....
While much of the media reaction about Majority Leader Harry Reid's decision to scrap the assault weapons ban has been predictably shrill and overwrought, to its credit the Daily Beast ran an interesting analysis from a liberal law professor...Show More Summary
As previously reported, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid won't bring Senator Dianne Feinstein's assault weapons ban legislation to the...
If you want to know why Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s assault weapons ban couldn’t muster 40 votes — that’s according to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who says he will cut the ban from the Democrats’ gun bill — attend a National Rifle Association event in Feinstein’s backyard. Show More Summary
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) promised on CNN last night that she isn’t giving up on the assault-weapons ban, after Democratic majority leader Harry Reid announced yesterday that the bill to the Senate floor won’t include such a ban. Show More Summary
A Marine Corps official accuses the Senate majority leader of "pure political posturing on the backs of these dead Marines" and the networks whistle right by it. There is no question what Harry Reid is implying during his disgraceful remarks on the Senate floor. Show More Summary
Yesterday we brought you news of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid using the deaths of seven Marines to fearmonger about sequestration. As a...
Emily Miller, writing in the Washington Times, reports: Gun control efforts on the nation level lost a major battle when Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid told a bereft Sen. Dianne Feinstein Monday that her so-called assault weapon ban bill was getting pulled from the gun package coming to the floor next month. Her legislation, which [...]