At a White House press conference Thursday morning, President Obama praised Congressional Republicans and Democrats for finally reaching an agreement, thus ending the first government shutdown in nearly two decades.
Democrats need to win 17 House seats in order to recapture control of the lower chamber in 2014.
Just a few short hours ago President Obama signed legislation into law that re-opened the government.
When MRCTV’s Dan Joseph presented DC residents with a simple yet straightforward question -- namely, who is more responsible for the current government shutdown, President Obama or former President George W. Bush? -- almost every single one of them said the latter.
Here’s a much-welcomed and genuinely unexpected moment of candor from DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Dear gosh. The things kids can get suspended for these days.
Senate Republicans are already calling for Kathleen Sebelius to resign her Cabinet post.
These reports are no laughing matter, of course, but if you’re one of countless Americans who have tried unsuccessfully to sign up for Obamacare in recent weeks, you’ll at least appreciate David Letterman’s jokes last night.
On Tuesday, President Obama will present former Army Captain William D. Swenson with the Congressional Medal of Honor for “courageous actions” while serving overseas in Afghanistan in 2009.
Is this an early indication Sarah Palin is mulling a presidential run?
Why did historian Don Hickey say that about the president?
In Louisiana this past week, some EBT card recipients took advantage of a major and temporary glitch in the system...
It is of course true that Republicans’ approval ratings have plummeted to historic new lows.
I, along with many other Americans, enjoy watching and playing lacrosse.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe (R-VA) may be a slick politician and perhaps the next governor of Virginia, but that isn’t stopping the Washington Post from musing about his reputation as an embellisher and exaggerator on the campaign trail.
Remember when the mayor of Boston actually suggested that we “blow up” Detroit because of the city’s institutional failures and widespread corruption?
Ah, the price of politics -- as Bob Woodward might say.
The United States of America is what Mark Steyn forlornly describes as the brokest nation in history.
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