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There are certainly different styles of leadership. But President Obama is suffering the results of poor choices and of what can only be described as a lack of courage. Comment?
There's a fundamental conflict at the heart of the Senate debate over the Gang of Eight comprehensive immigration reform bill. Comment?
The American economy would suffer some initial struggles if a Senate bill legalizing the nation's 11 million unauthorized immigrants becomes law, but the overall effect would be a drastic WASHINGTON -- The American economy would suffer some initial struggles if a Senate bill legalizing the nation's 11 million unauthorized immigrants becomes law but ... (more) Comment?
If the Senate immigration bill becomes law, federal health care spending would increase by $112 billion over the next decade as more people take advantage of Medicaid, Medicare and subsidies from President Obama's health care law, according to the Congressional Budget Office. Comment?
Immigrants protest in favor of comprehensive immigration reform while on the West side of Capitol Hill in Washington, April 10, 2013. 2 comments
Sweeping immigration legislation moving toward a vote in the Senate would boost the economy and reduce federal deficits, the Congressional Budget Office said Tuesday, at the same time it would bestow legal status on an estimated 8 million immigrants living in the United States unlawfully. Comment?
As the Senate continues to advance debate on its version of comprehensive immigration reform, attention is slowly starting to shift to the House of Representatives where the issue will likely be a major focus of debate during the final part of the current session of the 112th Congress. Comment?
... the GOP about the consequences of blocking immigration reform. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and Senator Marco Rubio have both been at the forefront of the effort to get the party to shift its position on this issue, typically using arguments ... Comment?
Americans who cannot afford to eat can take some comfort in the farm bill approved by the U.S. Senate, which cut food stamps by a manageable $4 billion over the next 10 years. Comment?
You know the deal. Every amendment that adds significant border security to the Gang of Eight bill threatens to scare Democratic votes away, and Rubio, McCain, Graham, and Flake have decided that they'd rather have the bad bill they wrote pass than no bill at all. Comment?
... look these abused people in the eye and tell them why he opposes comprehensive immigration reform. Let Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) explain to these abused people why he wants changes to a bi-partisan bill he agreed to, changes that may well destroy ... Comment?
Republicans should stop worrying about what they did wrong in the elections of 2012 and work on getting out a positive message for the future, says Louisiana GOP Gov. Bobby Jindal. Comment?
Senators working to pass comprehensive immigration reform are keeping their eyes on their own chamber, in spite of comments Tuesday morning by Speaker of the House John Boehner that he would not bring the bill to the floor without a majority of Republican support. Comment?
Contrast that with a happy warrior like New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie who is delighted when engaging opponents and takes pleasure not only in confronting critics but also winning them over: Rep. Paul Ryan makes his arguments with PowerPoint and raw data. Comment?
Celebrities really are just like us, even Jay-Z and Beyonce. Before taking their controversial vacation to Cuba in January, the couple had to file the same paperwork as the rest of us would. Comment?
WASHINGTON, June 18, 2013, - Two Republicans came to Washington as United States Senators. Comment?
Republican pressure from outside the Capitol will make it difficult for House GOP leaders to block comprehensive immigration reform this year, Rep. Steny Hoyer said Tuesday. Comment?
... on the list among Republicans is Paul Ryan, who clocks in at 69 percent to 12 percent, followed by Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) (58 percent to 11 percent), Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) (56 percent to 13 percent), and Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) (40 percent to ... Comment?
Sen. Jeff Sessions poked fun at the notion that Sen. Marco Rubio could be publicly saying the Senate immigration bill needs stronger security provisions, while saying in TV ads that the bill has the best border security provisions in history. Comment?
Paul is, without question, a prime mover in two arenas right now: the Senate and the presidential race. Comment?