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Since the announcement last night that House and Senate negotiators have agreed to a short-term budget deal, which raises military and domestic spending over the next two years, commentators have been asking: Does Congress work?
The answer is two fold.… Continue reading
In one of their final votes before heading home for Congress’ annual summer recess, House Republicans voted to repeal ObamaCare – for the 40th time. ;
While this bill will not go any further with the Democratic-controlled Senate than their… Continue reading
As the dust begins to settle since the news that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez had succumbed to cancer, the real issue that Venezuelans currently face is transition.
The coming months are crucial to Venezuela’s future. The first real step towards… Continue reading
The much discussed Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, which was released Thursday morning, shows a sharply divided America. Not much new there.
Half of those surveyed think that the across-the-board spending cuts that went into effect on Friday with the… Continue reading
Tonight’s presidential debate lived up to the hype. It was clear that Romney was well prepared, showing America a lively and focused side that we have yet to see thus far in the campaign.
And although we saw Obama win… Continue reading
Mitt Romney’s off the record remarks are potentially a very serious problem for him. By dividing the country into those who pay taxes and those who don’t pay taxes, the former Massachusetts governor has made both a substantive error and… Continue reading
No matter how effective the Bain Capital attacks on presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney have been, there has been no shift in President Obama’s position vis-à-vis the Massachusetts governor – as evidenced by recent polling.
President Obama and Mitt Romney… Continue reading
The Wisconsin recall election could well be a decisive turning point in the presidential election.Recent polls –showing Governor Scott Walker holding a two to three point lead over Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett — indicate that the governor will triumph Tuesday.… Continue reading