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President Barack Obama sought help from foreign leaders concerning possible sanctions for Iran while one Republican Senator said that he would be willing to go to war with the country if it would prevent it from acquiring nuclear weapon capabilities.
The Supreme Court of the United States agreed to take on three separate cases challenging the Constitutionality of President Barack Obama’s healthcare overhaul. The discussion is to be segmented to address challenges to the legislation separately.
The White House will announce the release of up to $1 billion in funding to help hire and train healthcare workers as part of its “We Can’t Wait” program.
A report on 60 Minutes alleged that top leaders in Congress, including Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), are getting rich by trading stocks on inside information.
Saturday’s CBS/National Journal Republican Presidential primary debate in South Carolina has caused uproar among many Ron Paul supporters. They say the trending mainstream media ignorance of the candidate has become more obvious than ever.
If you’re going to take someone’s advice, who would you choose: the person who had been consistently right or the person who always got it wrong? The obvious answer is that you would choose the advice of someone with a proven track record of being correct. To do otherwise is pure folly. Yet the American people continue to follow the foolish path. In so doing, they act against their own best interests.
The memoir of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was recently released, and in it she noted that the U.S. should consider tougher penalties against Iran’s government in an effort to bring its leadership down.
Senator Rand Paul questioned the American Lung Association’s suggestion that pollution is behind a rise in asthma and said the $5 million in funding it takes from the Environmental Protection Agency each year might be influencing the results of its studies.