Replacing Obamacare is the broccoli of the Trump legislative agenda.
About John Feehery
Feehery has worked for almost two decades in a variety of influential positions both as a staffer for three prominent members of the United States House of Representatives Republican leadership and a legislative strategist in the private sector.
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As the Republicans work to pass a budget, Obamacare replacement, and corporate tax reform in the next several months, here are some useful insider terms that might be bandied about by Members […]
In 1962, Frank Sinatra and Angela Lansbury starred in a black-and-white thriller, based on a novel written by Richard Condon, called The Manchurian Candidate.
Technically, when Donald Trump addresses a Joint Session of Congress later this week, it won’t be a State of the Union. Presidents don’t give those types of speeches until they have had […]
The same week that former House Republican Leader Bob Michel died, Milo Yiannopoulos got himself disinvited from the CPAC, the pre-eminent gathering of conservative thought leaders in the country.
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American consumers are accustomed to having a bunch of choices.
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A radical Republican, Charles Sumner was a fierce and outspoken critic of what Kenneth Stampp called the peculiar institution, better known to us as slavery.
The minority party is the minority party because it caters first to its minority factions instead of the national interest.
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Now that he’s got your attention . . .
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Donald Trump doesn’t get his facts straight; he exaggerates for effect; he makes claims that are verifiably false; and often opens himself up for ridicule with his braggadocio.
Republicans are struggling with how to replace the Affordable Care Act after they repeal it.
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If Congress wants to truly make America great again, it won’t get sidetracked by superfluous issues and will focus like a laser beam on reforming our tax code.
In 1974, Patty Hearst was abducted by the Symbionese Liberation Army, a small group of radical left-wingers, dedicated to fighting “racism, sexism, ageism, fascism, individualism, competitiveness, possessiveness and all other institutions that […]
On passing the omnibus spending bill…