No one seems to be buying the president’s claim that Obamacare “is working and will work into the future.”
Presumably, he was only trying to garner laughs — but as Shakespeare pointed out: ‘in jest, there is truth.’
A pine tree dressed in lights will be lit Thursday in the Rhode Island State House rotunda, and for the first time in two years it will be called a “Christmas tree.”
Six countries negotiated last week on a short-term deal with Iran to stop its nuclear weapons program. The P5+1 group is expected to reconvene next week to discuss it's implementation.
The Marine Corps has an old phrase, Semper Fidelis, it means “always faithful.” This attitude of service certainly rang true this weekend, when 61-year-old veteran Donnie Navidad instinctively dashed forward to catch a woman on a 50 foot free fall inside the Oakland Raiders' stadium.
The principles America was founded on have paved the way for the freedoms and privileges each citizen is thankful for today. At the heart of conservatism, is the recognition that many of these founding ideals are worth fighting to preserve.
To college students at the University of Arkansas, Obamacare just became a little bit more alluring.
The federal government appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court after Hobby Lobby was exempted from supplying abortion-inducing drugs to employees. Today, the Court announced it will hear the appeal and the Obama White House says it is confident the judges will rule the requirement “lawful and essential to women’s health.”
On the Golden Coast Monday President Obama pushed an immigration reform policy that he claimed, would help grow the economy and strengthen families.
“Rule number 17, do whatever the F**** it takes,” that is just a little piece of advice from a communication director for the nonpartisan organization Enroll America.
For the nearly one million Californians being kicked off their health insurance there will be no “fix.”
Not one of the 40 Democrats invited to show their love for Obamacare in a bipartisan setting accepted the Republican National Committee’s invitation.
No more Monday nights with Mayor Ford and co. The Canadian Sun News Network canceled "Ford Nation" after just one episode.
Taxpayers will be happy to know they not only fund abortions under the Affordable Care Act, they also help prostitutes stay healthy.
Americans do not support the trajectory of this country under the Obama Administration. Seventy percent believe America has gotten seriously off track, according to a Washington Post - ABC News poll.
Well, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford does seem to have a flare for the dramatic side. Starting tonight, you can tune in Mondays at 8 p.m. EST to get a weekly dose of “Ford Nation.”
Paul Ryan’s birthday tune to Gov. Terry Branstad (R-IA) Saturday went something like this: for he’s a jolly good fellow unlike the liars in Washington.
Once the Affordable Care Act is working really well “I guarantee you they will not call it 'Obamacare," President Obama teased at a Maryland Community College in September. He referred to his signature legislation as ‘Obamacare’ thirteen times in that speech — today at the White House the President meekly addressed it as the Affordable Care Act.
A Gallup poll released Wednesday show President Barack Obama's approval ratings continue to plummet.
The Supreme Court Tuesday denied re-evaluating an Oklahoma decision which ruled it unconstitutional to require doctors to show women an ultrasound of their baby prior to aborting it. This is the second time this month the Court has turned away the state’s anti-abortion appeals.