The House and Senate GOP leadership warned President Obama about his soon-to-be announced budget plan after meeting with him at the White House Wednesday morning.
"The president gave us a general outline," House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, said after returning from the White House. "But the one area that we know we're not going to get very far on is the idea that we're going to raise taxes on the very people that we expect to invest in our economy and to help create jobs." Read More
They have a dream. Not the dream Martin Luther King Jr. had of post-racial harmony, but a more personal dream of a less sweeping nature: that the fierce, hot flame of Obama-mania that ran from late 2008 through the spring a year later is not dead, only resting, and is ready and able to surge once again. Read More
Obamacare recently marked its first anniversary, and it is already exacerbating some current trends in American medicine that work against the interests of patients. Paramount among them is an erosion in the quality of the nation’s doctors. If unaddressed, America’s heyday as world leader in the practice of medicine could draw to a close. Read More
While the Obama Administration is considering top Afghan Commander Gen. David H. Petraeus to take the helm at the CIA, speculation in the media that he’s too exhausted to continue commanding in Afghanistan is being dismissed by those who know him well. Read More
Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the former top commander of Afghanistan, is expected to accept a position as an advisor for the White House to aid and support military families, the Associated Press reported Monday. Read More
Visitors to the Lincoln Memorial on this grey Saturday were surprised by a visit from President Obama, who seemed pleased that the national monument was open. Read More
Apparently President Obama can do no wrong in the eyes of Libyan leader Moamar Gadhafi. Despite initiating the no-fly zone in Libya, the embattled leader sent a rambling letter Wednesday to the president. He asked Obama to call off the NATO air strikes. Read More
President Obama will veto a Republican-backed stopgap measure that would keep the government funded for another week and fund the Pentagon for the remainder of the fiscal year, the White House said on Thursday.
House Republicans are planning to vote Thursday on the measure, which cuts $12 billion from the budget. Read More
In an interview with NBC, Donald Trump revealed that he has investigators in Hawaii tracking down Obama's birth certificate. "I have people that have been studying it and they cannot believe what they're finding," Trump said Read More