Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
If Kyrsten Sinema Wants to Be Like John McCain, She Should Kill the Reconciliation Bill
News
By News
Published 3 years ago on
December 15, 2021

Share

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) has called the late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) her “personal hero” and has taken up his mantle as the “maverick” of the Senate — unafraid to buck her own party or insist on bipartisan cooperation.

If she wants to be a true maverick, says Mark A. Thiessen, she should follow McCain’s example and kill the budget reconciliation bill.

Read more from The Washington Post

RELATED TOPICS:

DON'T MISS

U.S. Debt on Pace to Top $56 Trillion Over Next 10 Years

DON'T MISS

On Juneteenth, Freedom Came With Strings Attached

DON'T MISS

California Should Fight the Ticketmaster Monopoly, Not Embolden It

DON'T MISS

Willie Mays, Giants’ Legendary ‘Say Hey Kid,’ Dies at 93

DON'T MISS

Balderrama Applies for Texas Police Chief Job

DON'T MISS

California Fines Amazon Nearly $6M, Alleging Illegal Work Quotas at 2 Warehouses

DON'T MISS

Nvidia’s Stock Market Value Topped $3.3 Trillion. How It Became No. 1 in the S&P 500, by the Numbers

DON'T MISS

Two Fresnans Defrauded a Mentally Ill Man out of Millions. First Sentencing Comes Down.

DON'T MISS

California Governor Wants to Restrict Smartphone Usage in Schools

DON'T MISS

Fresno Trustees Prepare for Votes on $2.1 Billion Budget, $500M Bond Measure

UP NEXT

On Juneteenth, Freedom Came With Strings Attached

UP NEXT

California Should Fight the Ticketmaster Monopoly, Not Embolden It

UP NEXT

Fresno Garbage Rate Hike Vote on Thursday. Where Does Council Stand?

UP NEXT

California Business & Labor Hammer Out a Deal on Workplace Violation Lawsuits

UP NEXT

American Leaders Should Stop Debasing Themselves on Israel

UP NEXT

Opinion: You Don’t Need a Ph.D. to Understand Climate Change, Just an Insurance Policy

UP NEXT

Joe Biden’s Best Chance to Shake up the Race

UP NEXT

How Crypto Money Is Poised to Influence the Election

UP NEXT

Biden’s Stimulus Juiced the Economy, but Its Political Effects Are Muddled

UP NEXT

Top Democratic Power Broker Is Charged With Racketeering

Willie Mays, Giants’ Legendary ‘Say Hey Kid,’ Dies at 93

13 hours ago

Balderrama Applies for Texas Police Chief Job

15 hours ago

California Fines Amazon Nearly $6M, Alleging Illegal Work Quotas at 2 Warehouses

16 hours ago

Nvidia’s Stock Market Value Topped $3.3 Trillion. How It Became No. 1 in the S&P 500, by the Numbers

16 hours ago

Two Fresnans Defrauded a Mentally Ill Man out of Millions. First Sentencing Comes Down.

17 hours ago

California Governor Wants to Restrict Smartphone Usage in Schools

17 hours ago

Fresno Trustees Prepare for Votes on $2.1 Billion Budget, $500M Bond Measure

17 hours ago

Fresno Garbage Rate Hike Vote on Thursday. Where Does Council Stand?

17 hours ago

Palestinian Supporters Hang ‘Stop the Genocide’ Banner on El Capitan in Yosemite Protest

18 hours ago

California Business & Labor Hammer Out a Deal on Workplace Violation Lawsuits

19 hours ago

U.S. Debt on Pace to Top $56 Trillion Over Next 10 Years

WASHINGTON — The United States is on pace to add trillions of dollars to its national debt over the next decade, borrowing money more quickl...

5 mins ago

5 mins ago

U.S. Debt on Pace to Top $56 Trillion Over Next 10 Years

1 hour ago

On Juneteenth, Freedom Came With Strings Attached

3 hours ago

California Should Fight the Ticketmaster Monopoly, Not Embolden It

13 hours ago

Willie Mays, Giants’ Legendary ‘Say Hey Kid,’ Dies at 93

15 hours ago

Balderrama Applies for Texas Police Chief Job

16 hours ago

California Fines Amazon Nearly $6M, Alleging Illegal Work Quotas at 2 Warehouses

16 hours ago

Nvidia’s Stock Market Value Topped $3.3 Trillion. How It Became No. 1 in the S&P 500, by the Numbers

17 hours ago

Two Fresnans Defrauded a Mentally Ill Man out of Millions. First Sentencing Comes Down.

MENU

CONNECT WITH US

Search

Send this to a friend