Republican and Democratic lawmakers have tussled over a GOP-backed spending bill that, if approved, would cut Federal funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). However, in a new video, a former executive of National Public Radio (NPR) claims that the media outlet would be better off without government support.
Maine has become the first State to receive an exemption to a key provision of President Barack Obama’s healthcare law. According to media reports, the Federal government has granted the Pine Tree State a three-year waiver on the requirement that health insurers must spend at least 80 percent of premiums on patient care.
If any remain under the delusion that the government doesn’t work covertly and break its own laws to achieve its own nefarious ends, that delusion should be dispelled once and for all with revelation by a Federal agent that the United States Justice Department ordered agents to sit idly by as weapons were smuggled into Mexico for use by drug cartels and criminal gangs.
President Barack Obama’s refusal to support the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) has led one Republican lawmaker to consider an impeachment of the nation’s commander-in-chief.
The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of an anti-gay church in Kansas that was sued for protesting the funeral of a United States Marine. The nation’s highest court upheld a Federal appeals court decision, which stated that the protesters were protected by the 1st Amendment’s freedom of speech clause.
Congress is debating America’s budget and Republicans are preaching spending cuts and the Democrats are crying foul. The reality is, Republican elected elites have no more interest in cutting Federal spending than Democrat elected elites. Read this article to learn what the political class really wants…
In another sign that the United States economy is on the mend, the Labor Department has revealed that the national unemployment rate dropped to 8.9 percent in February, which is the lowest reading since April of 2009.
A majority of Americans disapprove of President Barack Obama’s handling of major political issues, which may not bode well for his re-election efforts in 2012.
Federal lawmakers have averted a government shutdown, at least for another two weeks. President Barack Obama signed a continuing budget on March 2 after the Senate approved the measure 91-9.
Some critics have accused President Barack Obama of responding too slowly and cautiously to the unrest in Libya, where hundreds of people have allegedly been killed because the country’s dictator refuses to relinquish his power.