Since the President came into office, his fixation with the United States Postal Service has been relentless. He has floated the idea of privatizing the service, refused to offer extra funds, and recently has been launching partisan attacks on the agency.
This week, the House of Representatives took up reforms to our nation’s credit system and passed legislation restricting authorization for conflict with Iran. I attended a Budget Committee hearing on the economic outlook of the next decade and an Europe and Eurasia Subcommittee hearing on stopping the rise of antisemitism.
Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez died of cancer on Tuesday. Read my OpEd on the state of Venezuela.