Perhaps it was naïve, but after the defeat of the Farm Bill, I thought hope was in the air for agriculture policy reform. Numerous Republicans had offered strong amendments, many of which were rejected at the onset by the Rules Committee.
Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford on Tuesday cleared another hurdle in his bid for a political comeback, defeating a former county council member to win the GOP nomination for a vacant U.S. House seat.
We always knew that Obama has a glass jaw, that he can’t take a punch. But it’s a little surprising that he’s started staggering around the ring so soon after November.
NewsBusted takes a comedic look at last week's headlines.
House Speaker John Boehner warns that government spending is "out of control" and threatens America's future, as automatic spending cuts loom. He says he won't go along with any new revenue increases and wants to focus on creating jobs.
Scott Pelley sat down with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor to talk about alleged recent comments made by House Leader John Boehner and one area of policy the president and the GOP could hopefully find common ground.
Speaker of the House John Boehner says automatic federal spending cuts, known as the "sequester," are like taking a meat ax to the government.
The 2012 presidential campaign is over, but not for President Obama. The community organizer turned Senator turned president, who ran on hope and change in 2008 and its antipode character assassination in 2012, has no intention of putting politics behind him.
Obama has figured out how to force his left wing agenda through even though he was reelected with a divided country. He cherry picks issues which divide the Republican Party. The Republican Party ends up fighting within itself, diverting the public's attention to its chaos rather than Obama's agenda.
American taxpayers earn their paychecks by doing their jobs. But Harry Reid and Senate Democrats think they're different from most Americans. It's been almost four years since the Senate passed a budget, despite being legally required to do so every year.
Republican Study Committee Chairman Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., explains why the three-month deal passed Wednesday isn't a "band-aid," but a mandate for Congress to find long-term solutions.
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