A Look at the 110th Congress
By John Isaacs | January 18, 2007
Early votes in the new Congress reveal a determined effort by Democrats to maintain party unity and also reveal a breakdown of the Republican unanimity that had dominated during much of the Bush presidency. But the hard votes on national security are still to come. Read full story.
See also the new Right Web congressional profiles:
Rep. Chris Carney (D-PA)
A new House Democrat with ties to high profile neocons might frustrate the plans of his fellow party members to get out of Iraq as soon as possible.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)
Often regarded as a centrist Republican, when it comes to foreign policy the prospective presidential candidate is strikingly neoconservative.
Somalia: A Recipe for Regional War?
By Thalif Deen | January 18, 2007
Does an alleged