Columnist Mike Littwin notes that it’s almost funny, but Lauren Boebert, who opposed Kevin McCarthy for speaker, and Majorie Taylor Greene, who supported him, got pretty much the same backroom deal.
Gov. Polis and Republican governors support it. The Colorado delegation supports it. Schumer supports it. Will the GOP-led House get on board?
It took extra time and 15 votes, but we got it right.
The age of digital media requires us all to reexamine who we talk about and how much we talk about them
Columnist Mike Littwin notes that Lauren Boebert’s starring role as dissident in the House speaker debacle will likely lead to many more chances to steal the spotlight.
After escaping the 2022 election with the narrowest “win,” Boebert has doubled-down on the drama that endangered her in the first place
Lauren Boebert led the resistance — and then helped McCarthy. Yadira Caraveo and Brittany Pettersen couldn’t get sworn in surrounded by their families. And Jason Crow was turned away from the White House.
Another ranked 26th among 433 House members for absences
That’s a possibility, of course. Another is that he wins the GOP nomination for president and we start all over again.
In a show of grace, Adam Frisch concedes 3rd CD race before recount begins. Meanwhile, Boebert, the Trumpist, returns to D.C. where Trump will face a special counsel.