Yes, if a tree is rotten, cut it down, says Dave Camp. No, repeal would be inhumane, says James Clyburn
Critics warn about dangerous discourse, while others say the fears are misplaced.
New airport security measures sparked a debate between privacy and security.
The GOP electoral sweep has left Democrats debating how they can recover.
Job creation is more immediately important than balancing the budget.
Congress must tackle spending to fix the budget.
Advocates say excessive deficits stall job growth, but critics argue against cutting expenditures now.
Democrats stepped forward to pull America back from the brink of a second Great Depression.
Republicans stood against Washington’s job-killing policies.
The stakes in the November 2 midterm elections are control of the House and Senate.