Early into the 118th Congress, both houses have already found themselves steeped in political drama—from House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s trials and tribulations to changing political loyalties in the Senate.
In total, it took 15 tries to finally get McCarthy in power, and the plentiful concessions made to the right-wingers will make the GOP’s attempts to govern these next two years much more difficult.
“Even though I knew that I was a Republican, I didn’t know why until I took a Carroll School of Management Core Class as an elective this spring.”
Markey explained that part of the reason the March for Our Lives was so powerful was that it focused entirely on the next generation of leaders.
BC history professor Heather Cox Richardson discusses the deep cuts within the Republican Party and its effects on American societies, past and present.
A Response to “Why the Right Must Stop Trump”