Toomey: Dems Sank the Supercommittee
The Far Left, “asymmerical incentives,” and the president’s reelection campaign are all to blame for the failure of the supercommittee, according to one member of the now-defunct panel.
Sen. Pat Toomey (R., Pa.), who authored the Republican members’ $1.2 trillion ...
Huntsman, to Rare Cheers, Calls Political Division ‘Un-American’
He may be lagging in the polls, but on Tuesday night, Jon Huntsman, oozing confidence, wowed at least one group beyond New Hampshire moderates: Beltway college students.
After appearing on Fox News’ Special Report, the former garage band pianist and ...
The Young Guns Take to Facebook
Anyone with an Internet connection could sign into Facebook Monday night and hear how the GOP Young Guns want to move the country forward — and that Eric Cantor is a Wiz Khalifa fan, Paul Ryan favors Aaron Rodgers over Brett ...
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Cantor Seeks Common Ground on Jobs
In a not-so-subtle jibe at President Obama for the remarks he made on his bus tour last month, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R., Va.) said questioning the motives and patriotism of other politicians is no way to approach the ...
On Capitol Hill, Cain Slams Obamacare
Washington, D.C.– As the media firestorm over decade-old sexual-harassment allegations continues, Herman Cain, in a Capitol Hill speech this afternoon, kept his remarks focused on health-care policy.
Cain, appearing in a small conference room in the Rayburn building, reiterated ...
'Our Country's Not Soft, Mr. President'
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R., Va.) has a message for Obama: “Our country’s not soft, Mr. President.”
“Our country’s been paralyzed by a Washington-knows-best mentality that’s coming from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,” Cantor said in response to some ...
Czech President Fights for ‘Old Conservative Beliefs’
Czech president Vaclav Klaus, who has been called the “Margaret Thatcher of Central Europe,” is disappointed with the world. Although better than the decades spent toiling under Communism, Klaus imagined a different life in his democracy. The problem lies in ...
Lawmakers Pay Tribute to 9/11 at Capitol
At dusk Monday, party politicking was put aside as the nation’s legislators stood united on the Capitol steps. A bicameral 9/11 remembrance ceremony drew scores of lawmakers, along with a crowd of onlookers, as the horror of the attacks was ...
Hoyer Urges Bipartisan Approach on Jobs
On the eve of President Obama’s speech on job creation, House minority whip Steny Hoyer (D., Md.) criticized Republicans in Congress for creating uncertainty among the American people since taking power this year. He cited the lack of a “...