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Conservative groups are equally confident that Obama, freed from the fear of losing his reelection bid, would deliver on far-reaching left-wing dreams. GOP candidate Mitt Romney forecasts a runaway spending spree...The National Rifle Association
Check the fine print It looks like a very official letter and it's got an official-looking headline: California Public Policy Survey on the Obama Agenda. But the questions -- and the fine print -- show that a mailer hitting San Francisco mailboxes
Mr. Gates' warnings about the Obama agenda are indeed welcome. Frank Gaffney Jr. Tuesday, May 31, 2011 I have been in Washington now for nearly forty years and, in all that time, I can't recall seeing anything quite like Robert Gates' ongoing
This year's congressional lame-duck session may turn out to be one of the president's most productive periods in office. House Democrats chose Representative Adam Smith on Thursday to fill the party's top spot on the Armed Services Committee in the
Those companies include mammoths like General Electric and Johnson & Johnson, U.S. News reports : In an exclusive review for Whispers of their plan, FreedomWorks president Matt Kibbe says: "Tea Party activists are willing to tackle progressive CEOs
My quick take is that he came, he spoke and for the most part provided just that much more rhetoric that really never got to any specific point.He made platitudes of the buck stopping at his door, but, at least in my
While all the pundits try to analyze polling data and read between the lines, syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer has a clearer view. In his view, President Barack Obama's so-called hope and change agenda is dead and it'
Republican Sen. Richard Shelby cruising to a fifth term in heavily Republican state. Republican Robert Bentley favored in gubernatorial race Obama agenda faces prospect of more GOP senators Obama agenda faces prospect of more GOP senators Democrats'
Members of both parties want to see the unedited video of the latest high-profile incident, in which Rep. Bob Etheridge (D-N.C.) grabbed a pair of young men with video recorders who asked him if he supports the Obama agenda. The lawmakers wonder if
In an aside from his discourse Tuesday on the state's political landscape, Franklin & Marshall College professor Terry Madonna said state Rep. Scott Conklin, Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, has only one challenge in the upcoming