Too many reporters still get basic Senate procedure wrong.
Of course Barack Obama is stacking the judiciary. That's what happens when a party wins the White House and the Senate, and there's no justification for opposing it.
Are Republicans determined to stop every one of Obama's picks for the critical appeals court? We're going to find out soon.
When it takes the Senate more than a year to confirm someone unanimously, there's something wrong.
It's a filibuster. It's not the first. It won't be the last.
Are Democrats sending their senators back to Washington with an urgent interest in filibuster reform?
Reformers should focus on the fact that it takes 60 votes to do anything.
Even if they can't solve the 60 vote Senate, perhaps reform this year can make some progress