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Thanks to a well-reasoned argument by Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli and a thoughtful decision by Judge Henry Hudson, Obamacare may soon be joining “Carter for President 1980″ and “Keith Olbermann on Sunday Night Football” on the ash-heap of monumentally bad ideas.
The Senate is expected to approve the tax cuts package negotiated by President Barack Obama and Republican leaders, which will put pressure on the House of Representatives to pass the legislation before the Bush-era tax breaks expire on Dec. 31.
The United States lost one of its most respected diplomats on Dec. 13 with the passing of Richard Holbrooke.
You might have thought that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke could have waited until after Christmas to spring the bad economic news. After all, the nation is not looking for a rock in its stocking following two bad Christmases. Yet Bernanke announced his message of bad cheer Dec. 5…
Some conservatives are not pleased with their party’s decision to name Representative Harold Rogers (R-Ky.) as the next leader of the House Appropriations Committee.
Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty has called on Congress to join his effort in reducing benefit packages for government employees.
The Government’s line that the Transportation and Security Administration’s naked body scanners expose travelers to harmless amounts of radiation is being revealed as a lie as more and more mainstream scientists, researchers and physicians begin to issue reports and opinions based on new research.
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee believes that President Barack Obama was "amateurish" during his press conference last week about the tax cut compromise he made with Republicans.
(The Oval Office — Thursday, December 9): “Hey Bill, it’s Barack. Barack… Obama. Yeah, I think Michelle looks great in the stretchy pants, too. Seriously — you’ve probably noticed I make George W. Bush look like a Rhodes Scholar, and Mr. Soros mentioned YOU were a Rhodes Scholar. If you’re not too busy, do you think you could drop by the White House and, um… do my job?”
In a Dec. 10 op-ed for The Wall Street Journal, Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin condemned the recent recommendations made by a bipartisan commission that aim to reduce the national debt.