Heather Ginsberg

Posted February 21, 2014

If there is one subject we know Speaker Boehner is passionate about, it’s the minimum wage.

Posted February 20, 2014

The National Education Association, America’s biggest teachers union, is now taking back its once-enthusiastic support of Common Core. These academic standards have experienced a terrible rollout, something similar to Obamacare!

Posted February 19, 2014

Since October 1st of last year, federal employees have worked normal business days less than 75 percent of the time.

Posted February 18, 2014

Former Washington Redskins player, Clint Didier, is making another run at a federal level elected position.

Posted February 15, 2014

Larry King and his suspenders have been in the media business for 57 years, but it appears with his age, he has missed the changing of the guard.

Posted February 13, 2014

A new ad for the Democrat running in Florida’s 26th district hits Obamacare at its core and has no problem taking a shot at the law’s most important parts.

Posted February 12, 2014

What a nice surprise out of a state that we don’t often associate with the Republican Party.

Posted February 11, 2014

Well it appears the Department of Energy, which has long lobbied for more clean energy, is now finding that this clean energy is a lot more expensive than they thought it would be.

Posted February 08, 2014

As many of us know, the IRS has a way of taking away things you have earned. Many of you may not realize though that any income you earn abroad can be taxed by the U.S.

Posted February 07, 2014

Senator Tom Coburn of Oklahoma is apparently pretty close with President Obama. In an interview this week with the Washington Examiner, Coburn was asked about his relationship with the president and how it has changed over the years.

Posted February 06, 2014

Why is it not surprising to see extensive collaboration between federal agencies and private groups? Especially when it’s the EPA and environmental groups doing it.

Posted February 05, 2014

With rumors stirring yesterday about Sandra Fluke and her potential campaign for Congress, it is now open season for a bunch of non-political candidates to make their way on to the public stage.

Posted February 04, 2014

As approval of the Keystone Pipeline continues to be an issue of debate, Speaker Boehner felt it was necessary to give the president a nudge with some impassioned words.

Posted February 03, 2014

Usually people have a hard time forgiving liars, but it seems that even some of the most notorious liars are able to be forgiven.

Posted February 01, 2014

Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson has decided to step down as an Oxfam Global Ambassador. Apparently her support for an Israeli business is not okay with the organization that provides aid to impoverished nations all over the world.

Posted January 30, 2014

Although it may seem far off, the election in 2016 really isn’t so far away. We will most likely know a lot of the candidates interested in the nomination by the latter half of this year.

Posted January 29, 2014

Politico put together a great compilation of the silly things Vice President Joe Biden did during last night’s State of the Union address.

Posted January 28, 2014

Former Press Secretary Robert Gibbs appeared on Morning Joe today to provide some commentary on tonight’s State of the Union address. Gibbs first mentioned how thankful he is that he no longer works in this White House, but then went on to answer some of the host’s questions.

Posted January 27, 2014

One may think that when going to a convention of auto dealers, a speaker may perhaps do a little research or at least been behind the wheel in the last 18 years. But obviously those auto dealers don’t mind having an uninformed speaker at their convention.

Posted January 25, 2014

Obviously history repeats itself when people don’t pay attention to it. After the shooting at Sandy Hook, newspapers began to print the names and addresses of the gun permit owners in various areas.