Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) informed Senate leadership that he intends to oppose President Obama’s nomination of Janet Yellen to be the next chairman of the Federal Reserve, and he plans to use the process to draw attention to his efforts to audit the country's central bank and the cartel that controls it.

In a letter addressed to President Obama, a bipartisan group of 50 senators informed the president they will not ratify the UN's Arms Trade Treaty.

A close reading of the bill ending the "shutdown," signed at the 11th hour, reveals that the limit on the national debt wasn't raised after all: It was eliminated altogether.

The justifications and clarifications being issued by members of Congress over their votes yesterday reveal one simple fact: There aren't enough Americanists in Washington, yet.

House Speaker John Boehner will almost certainly bring the Senate funding bill to a vote in the House where, if Nancy Pelosi is right, it will pass with overwhelming Democratic support.