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03 Nov 2012
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Vitter: Obama Admin ‘Bending Over Backwards To Give Obamacare To Illegal Immigrants’
The Obama administration is “bending over backwards to give Obamacare to illegal immigrants,” Louisiana Republican Sen. David Vitter charged on Monday. Sen. Vitter wrote to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services administrator Marilyn Tavenner on ...
At Dem Confab, Clinton Touted as Warren Revs Up Crowd
NEW YORK -- Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren was clearly the star of the show at the Mandarin Hotel in midtown Manhattan on Monday as she addressed a packed house that came out for an EMILY’s List fundraiser. But even as Warren fired up the left ...
Donald Trump doesn't know who runs Senate. Do voters?
Washington — Does Donald Trump know how the Senate and House work? He said something on Twitter today that indicates he might not. Specifically, he tweeted this: “Why would the people of Kentucky want a rookie Senator – they have Sen. Mitch ...
Breaking the silence: Lois Lerner cops a plea in first ever interview
The former Internal Revenue Service official who has practically become a household name for her role in a major scandal involving her section of arguably the nation's most powerful agency, is now on the record in a Monday interview with a left-leaning ...
Get the go-ahead from Congress before another war
It is distressing how little attention the media have paid to the persecution of Christians and other religious minorities by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. The campaign has been so widespread, cruel and brutal that Pope Francis has taken the unusual ...
Assembly bill would waive parking meter fees for disabled vets, Purple Heart and Medal of Honor recipients
TRENTON-- Two legislators are hoping to reward disabled military veterans, Purple Heart and Medal of Honor recipients for their service by exempting them from a routine nuisance: Parking meters. Under a pair of bills proposed by Assemblyman Wayne DeAngelo ...
Senate seat might turn on chicken poop and hogs.
JEFFERSON, Iowa -- The race for the U.S. Senate in Iowa may come down to how voters feel about a chicken crossing into the wrong yard. Or whether Iowa hogs make a candidate especially qualified to deal with Washington pork. This too-close-to-call Senate ...
GOP Senate Hopefuls Crowd Into Jeb Bush Event
In a sign of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s fundraising prowess, four top-tier Republican Senate candidates are personally attending the Tuesday event he is headlining on their behalf in Florida. “This is an important event for them,” said Mel ...
When the Going Gets Tough: Desperate Democrats Turn to Michelle Obama, Not Her Husband
Drowning aboard the sinking ship of President Obama’s unpopularity, Democrats are throwing out a lifeline to Michelle Obama in their effort to tread water in the U.S. Senate. The first lady is hitting the campaign trail for endangered Democrats while the ...
The most interesting aspect of the mid-term elections? The 2016 elections
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The 2014 midterm elections haven’t generated much interest from voters yet. There’s a reason for that. They don’t think they matter much. The Capitol Hill vs. White House boxing match has been stuck in a clenched draw for so long ...
Georgia Supreme Court hears fight over private probation
The Georgia Supreme Court was presented Monday with two questions: Is Georgia’s private probation system a flawed one that puts profits before justice? Or is it a way to keep the the lower courts running and ensure criminals pay their debts? “This is ...
Lois Lerner says she did nothing wrong at the IRS
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 (UPI) --Lois Lerner, the former head of the exempt organizations unit at the Internal Revenue Service, says she is apolitical and administered the law without bias. In an exclusive interview published Monday in Politico, Lerner denied ...
Half of Americans Believe Gay Sex Is a Sin
This has been a big year for gay rights in America. In state after state, either judges or voters have affirmed the constitutionality of same-sex marriage, and public support for gay unions reached an all-time high. But there's still a tension between the ...
Michelle Obama hits trail for endangered Dems, while husband stays home
DES MOINES, Iowa – Democratic candidates finally have found an Obama they're not afraid to be seen with. While President Obama dutifully avoids battleground races this midterm season, first lady Michelle Obama is tiptoeing into the fray in a bid to ...
Hillary Clinton's fall to-do list
(CNN)-- Hillary Clinton is set to hobnob with world leaders and the biggest names in business, politics, academia and philanthropy -- not to mention celebrities -- at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City, fresh off her re-entry into the political ...
Homeland Security has a serious employee retention problem
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) employees are leaving at much higher rates than workers across the rest of the federal government, making it difficult for the agency to fulfill its mission of combating emerging threats ranging from terrorism to cyber ...
Texas Gov. Rick Perry suggests his strict anti-abortion law could have saved Joan Rivers' life
Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Sunday invoked comedian Joan Rivers’ death at a surgical clinic while defending a law he signed that would close the majority of abortion facilities in the nation’s second-most populous state. The potential 2016 ...
Concern over US concessions as Iran seeks to leverage ISIS issue in nuke talks
Republican lawmakers are raising alarm that Secretary of State John Kerry is putting too much on the table in talks over Iran's nuclear program -- as Tehran reportedly tries to leverage its cooperation in the Islamic State crisis in return for nuclear ...
Obama's day: America's Promise Summit Declaration
President Obama engages in a relatively new White House tradition on Monday, Obama becomes the seventh consecutive president to sign the America's Promise Summit Declaration, which calls on all people "to help the youth of America reach their full ...
Senate Democratic women battling to retain gains
WASHINGTON — There is a tight-knit group of Democratic female senators who are not up for re-election this year but who are still smack dab in the middle of a campaign — a national crusade to keep women in the Senate and in leadership. Right now, there ...