Ted Nugent’s opposition is not necessarily about guns, the Second Amendment, or government oppression, but about an African American sitting in the Oval Office.
After wanting it more than anything else, Paul Ryan (R-WI) dismissed the President’s offer of chained CPI today, saying it isn’t entitlement reform – it’s just “clarifying a statistic.”
A 17-year-old Rehtaeh Parsons hung herself in her family’s bathroom last week after pictures of her allegedly being gang raped were distributed online by her classmates.
The fact that polls show the vast majority of Americans want stronger gun laws means absolutely nothing to Republicans, because citizens don’t affect their cash reserves.
Jonas Goldberg claimed ObamaCare is the policy equivalent of the Iraq war, but worse because the Iraq war didn’t affect our lives directly.
15 states with Republican governors are refusing to expand Medicaid even though the first 3 years are free and never more than 10% in state costs.
House Republicans are trying to divide and conquer the left by adopting the progressive attacks against President Obama’s budget as their own talking points.
The announcement by Sens. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Pat Toomey (R-PA) that the Senate has reached a bipartisan agreement on background checks is a major victory for Obama in his push for gun reform.
The House Democrats plan is founded on creating jobs and a thriving middle class that will never see the light of day because creating anything positive is anathema to destructive Republicans.
Wikileaks dumped a cable from Iraq to the UN Security Council, warning of fabricated evidence in a Colin Powell speech, during which he would claim that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.