The bipartisan nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog has urged Federal lawmakers to investigate the relationship between Google and President Barack Obama’s administration.
Apparently some sanity still exists in the judiciary when it comes to gun rights. And it comes from one of the least likely places: California.
Former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel left the White House late last year to run for Mayor of Chicago. However, an appellate court panel in Illinois appears to have thrown a wrench into those plans.
It’s official, kids: MSNBC finally decided to get their heads in the game. After eight years of Democrat talking points, incomprehensible Leftist babble and the most inexplicably smug presentation outside a Michael Moore “documentary,” the official television outlet of the tinfoil-hat set has tossed Keith Olbermann onto the pavement in front of 30 Rock.
A new poll reveals that Americans trust PBS more than any other American network, while FOX News‘ credibility is on the decline.
In the days leading up to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address, dozens of lawmakers pledged to cross the aisle and sit with members of their rival political party during Tuesday’s speech.
In a month that has been marked by debate over the tone of political rhetoric, Representative Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) is defending his comments in which he compared Republican attacks on the healthcare law to Nazi propaganda that was spread during the Holocaust.
Less than 24 hours after the House of Representatives voted to repeal Obamacare, GOP lawmakers began drafting their own healthcare proposals, including legislation that would limit funding for abortion.
The GOP-led House of Representatives has followed through on its word by voting to repeal Obamacare, but the future of the bill remains uncertain as Senate leaders debate its fate.