Hardly a day goes by that the Tapscott email inbox doesn't get some sort of photoshopped creation that either causes howls of laughter or a quick click into cyber oblivion.
Now comes this demonstration that President Obama and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin really can dance the dance of bipartisanship!
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's senior health care advisor has told Congress Daily that congressional Democratic leaders have settled on a strategy they believe will allow them to make changes in both Senate and House Obamacare bills, then send a single, revised version to President Obama for signature.
Congress Daily is a subscription-only publication, but LifeNews.com has these details: Read More
Did you know that nine states have provisions in their constitutions for recalling elected officials, possibly including the senators and congressmen representing them in Washington? Read More
Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-OK, was the object of much scorn back in December when he held an impromptu news conference in Copenhagen to declare that cap-and-trade was dead in Congress and the UN's IPCC global warming report a hoax.
At one point during the news conference, a German reporter told the Ranking Minority Member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee that he was "ridiculous" for making such claims. Read More
Now the truth can be told. Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin claims to be dependent upon her Blackberry but AP photos from her speech Saturday night to the Tea Party National Convenion in Nashville reveal the truth - She is still using a Palm Pilot!
Oh the humanity! Read More
There’s a lesson for President Barack Obama and every member of Congress in the lyrics to the old Lovin’ Spoonful hit about having to make up your mind: Read More
Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke's confirmation vote by the Senate for a second four-year term has been delayed, pending receipt by the committee of documents concerning the Fed's role in the massive bailouts of the U.S. financial industry in 2008 during the economic meltdown. Read More
Mayor Gavin Newsom took several shots at President Barack Obama in a recent interview with the New York Times.
Speaking with op-ed columnist Maureen Dowd, Newsom did not hold back criticism of his fellow Democrat (although the mayor was a vocal supporter of one-time Obama rival Hillary Clinton), “there’s a growing discontent and lack of enthusiasm” for the President as he completes his first year. Read More
Election day 2009 was a very good time to be a moderately conservative Republican promising to restrain government spending and to get needed things done without making bigger government the solution of first choice. It was not a good day to be a Democrat linked with Washington’s biggest problem — politicians who promise one thing, but then do something else entirely. Read More
President Obama's push for health care reform during the third quarter of 2009 has seriously damaged his public standing, according to new data from the Gallup Daily tracking poll. His job approval rating dropped nine points from the second to the third quarter, from 62 percent to 53 percent. Read More