White House officials have confirmed that President Barack Obama will address gun control policies soon. However, some critics believe that he should have used the State of the Union platform to address the hotly-debated topic.
The Senate Tea Party Caucus held its first official gathering on Jan. 27, welcoming supporters of the grassroots organization from around the country and fielding their questions.
My topic today is the great debate over raising — for the 81st time since 1940 — the ceiling on how deeply in debt the Federal government can go. To hear our officials tell it, if Congress doesn’t vote to let the Treasury borrow more billions, and do it now, the U.S. will face the biggest calamity since women started wearing slacks. Read this article to learn the surprising truth about the debt ceiling…
President Barack Obama proposed a five-year spending freeze on Federal discretionary spending during his State of the Union (SOTU) address, which he said will save the government approximately $400 billion over a decade.
*Show me your papers, Mr. President. In case you missed it, Rush Limbaugh has joined the debate about where Barack Obama was born. Rush took to the airwaves on his hugely popular radio show last Friday and declared, “It’s stunning to me… Where’s the President’s vow to end the debate over his birth? We’re going on four years on this… So much of this is difficult to fathom, to believe.” Stay tuned, folks. We may finally find out if our President really does have a Hawaiian birth certificate.
Americans have a more favorable than unfavorable view of Republicans for the first time in six years, according to a new Gallup poll.
President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address appears to have won over Democratic supporters, but a prominent news agency has scrutinized many aspects of the nationally televised speech.
China holds much of the United States’ debt, and the U.S. trade deficit with China stands at about $240 billion. So it’s not surprising that fiscal issues would be one of the main topics of discussion between Chinese President Hu Jintao and President Barack Obama during their meetings Jan. 19.