Ruled out not on merit, but on legal procedure.
Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) filed a lawsuit against the Obama Administration Monday, claiming its decision to provide health insurance subsidies to Congressional members and their staff was “completely unfair and unjust.”
House and Senate Republicans are both pushing their own Obamacare fixes. Even if they could pass, neither will Obamacare cancellation victims.
Will Reid allow a vote?
A lot of people in Washington apparently forgot how good Hillary Clinton is at not telling the truth.
Medicare, Social Security and Medicaid are the largest and fastest growing part of the federal budget. The U.S. government will never balance the budget without tackling entitlement programs head on.
As the process of approving judges begins again in the new Senate, the Obama administration may have missed a chance for bipartisan outreach at the process’ outset.
There is simply no factual evidence for two points of conventional wisdom about recent national elections: that Sarah Palin and her Tea Party supporters represent a triumphant, even dominant force in American politics, and that more centrist, veteran GOP office-holders like John McCain exert little appeal to the electorate.
In a political analysis written more than a month before the midterm elections, I predicted that Republicans would “run up the score” in Big Ten country.