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Republican's Tea Party faction announced this morning they would be willing to support a clean budget resolution bill in exchange for the president's firstborn daughter, Malia Obama. While members of the Republican Party's far-right wing have
Congressman Luke Messer continues to get paid during the government shutdown that resulted from the conflict between Congress and President Barack Obama. Some other Republican congressmen in Indiana declined pay, but not Messer. The congressman got a
As usual, Harkin has difficulty sticking with the facts, labeling the Tea Party as a "small group" Senator Tom Harkin Uses Mouthism' to Advance His Distasteful Politics One of the most antagonistic and belligerent U S Senators, Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, is
While there is yet no solution to the US government partial shutdown nor a solution on raising the debt ceiling before Oct. 17, there are several signs that President Barack Obama has won on both issues. http://www.usatoday.
While the media are busy painting Republicans -- particularly Tea Party-friendly conservatives in the House -- as the legislators who are ultimately responsible for the government shutdown, they are failing to note that "[t]he Democrats and the
Appearing on CBS's Late Show on Thursday, NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams ranted to liberal host David Letterman about Republicans in Congress being to blame for the government shutdown: "It's about a small they've been called the suicide
A new poll by CBS released Thursday centers the blame for the partial government shutdown on Republicans.
Luis Construction, a construction company in Rockville, Maryland, to discuss the need for Congress to act to pass a budget on October 3, 2013. Obama called for a straight up-or-down vote in the House on a funding bill that would permit the government
The United States government has shut down for the first time in 17 years. A small group of Republicans absolutely opposed to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the signature legislative achievement of President Barack Obama's first term in office,
While the House and Senate point fingers at each other over the budget impasse, new polling suggests the only thing they might accomplish is getting thrown out of office. Despite a robust campaign by Democrats to pin the blame exclusively on their