On Thursday, the U.S. Senate (including 12 Republican senators) voted by 59-to-41 to overturn President Trump’s “national emergency” declaration on the southern border. Trump is expected to veto the measure. If you were a U.S. senator, how would you have voted?
When I finally turned off the tv last night, it was 12:30 in the morning here in Washington state and, despite percentage signs and other stats flashing in red and blue inside my brain, I miraculously fell asleep. Three Senatorial races were still undecided when I finally went to bed,… CONTINUE