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Obama: GOP should ‚Äėstop just hating all the time‚Äô


In another classic moment of finger pointing on the part of¬†President Obama, on Wednesday Obama criticized lawmakers for attempting to sue¬†him. ‚ÄúStop being mad all the time. Stop just hating all the time.¬†Come on,‚ÄĚ the president said, seemingly unaware of the fact that he is partly¬†to blame for the hyper-partisan climate in Washington nowadays. The Associated Press reports¬†‚ÄúAddressing about 1,500 ... Read More »

Boehner’s Border Band-Aid Meets Conservative Opposition


In an effort to deal with the flood of Central American Children coursing over the U.S. Southern border, House Speaker John Boehner (R- Ohio,) on Tuesday unveiled legislation to make it easier to deport Central American minors who have entered the United States illegally. The move is a band-aid approach to the border problem and the equally troublesome PR problem, ... Read More »

White House threatens to veto GOP border bill


On Wednesday, the White House threatened to veto the $659¬†million border control bill crafted by House Republicans. The White House is¬†calling the effort a lackluster legislative showing that places ‚Äúarbitrary and unrealistic¬†demands‚ÄĚ on America‚Äôs already burdened immigration system. The White House said in a statement of administrative policy¬†that presidential advisors would urge Obama to veto the legislation should it¬†end up ... Read More »

Impeachment Chatter a Democrat Political Football

Obama Summons Congress Leaders as Budget Deadline Approaches

In the past week, Democrats have been talking impeachment. Both congressional Democrats and senior White House staffers, including Dan Pfeiffer, have warned reporters not to “discount” the idea that Republicans will move to impeach the President if he grants amnesty, as has been rumored, to five million illegals who are the parents of American-born children. In an interview with¬†The Daily ... Read More »

House panel blasts Obama for Bowe Bergdahl swap


On Tuesday, the Republican-led Armed Services Committee¬†voted to condemn President Obama for his much-criticized deal in which he¬†traded five Taliban leaders being held in Guantanamo bay for alleged army deserter¬†Bowe Bergdahl. ‚ÄúThe Republican-led Armed Services Committee backed a¬†nonbinding resolution that disapproves of the exchange and faults Obama for¬†failing to notify Congress 30 days in advance of the May swap, as ... Read More »

Obama announces tough sanctions against Russia

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On Tuesday, President Obama unveiled a new round of¬†sanctions against Russia intended to get the military super power to halt its¬†belligerent actions in the Ukrainian region. These sanctions come in the aftermath¬†of Russia‚Äôs involvement in an event in which pro Russian separatist shot down a¬†Malaysian Airlines flight. ‚ÄúThe U.S. is imposing new sanctions in key sectors of the¬†Russian economy: energy, ... Read More »

Social Security dangerously close to running out of disability funding


On Monday, the Social Security Board of Trustees announced¬†that Social Security‚Äôs disability trust fund is a mere two years away from¬†being depleted. The board also announced that Medicare‚Äôs financial status has¬†improved over the past few years, in part due to the slowing growth of¬†healthcare costs. ‚ÄúThe trustees, tasked by Congress with overseeing the trust¬†funds of the nation‚Äôs retirement programs, estimated ... Read More »

Border Children Dumped – Tennessee Surprised by 760 Uninvited Guests


Tennessee may be the Volunteer State, but Governor Bill Haslam thinks the Obama administration went too far in busing 760 unaccompanied immigrant children into his state with neither notice nor permission. “Not only was our state not informed prior to any of the children being brought here, I still have not been contacted and have no information about these individuals ... Read More »

House votes to allow airlines to advertise prices without taxes included


Yesterday afternoon, the House voted to approve a measure¬†that allows airlines in the United States to advertise ticket prices without¬†taxes included. Airlines can tout base ticket prices without the 20 percent¬†premium travelers must pay due to government taxes and fees. ‚ÄúThe measure, backed by both parties, passed after eleven¬†minutes of debate and no objections. There wasn‚Äôt even an objection to ... Read More »

Rep. Kerry Bentivolio returns Chamber of Commerce award


On Thursday of last week, Rep. Kerry Bentivolio announced¬†that he would return the Spirit of Enterprise Award that the Chamber of¬†Commerce gave him. Kerry claims that the U.S. Chamber of commerce is ‚Äúin the¬†pocket of Communist China.‚ÄĚ ‚ÄúIt is with great pride that I reject their award, and call¬†on them to stand on the side of America, instead of on ... Read More »

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