The government can't even keep its interfering ways out of the Oscars this Sunday.
Some conservatives in Congress have stepped forward to blast the deal between Obama and congressional Republicans, and these critics' numbers will grow over the next few days.
This failed Congress needs to close up shop and go home. They have become the unwelcome house guest, staying and staying and indifferent to every hint the host can give to clear out.
Before Republican senators vote down the strategic arms reduction treaty negotiated by the Obama administration, they should think long and hard about the consequences.
While we focus our scrutiny on President Obama's domestic agenda nightmare, we'd best not take our eyes off another big ball: Obama's frantic effort to get the New START ratified during the Senate's lame-duck session.
A post-election "bury the hatchet" meeting with President Obama and Republican and Democratic leaders was abruptly postponed this week. Neither side is ready to bury it.
President Obama must be frantic. Among his most important personal and political priorities is ridding the world of nuclear weapons.
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