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Gingrich implores his colleagues to not beleaguer themselves with phony and dishonest negotiations – the failure of which will be blamed on Republicans or success credited with the failure of Republican policies. Instead, Gingrich writes that House Republicans should propose solutions they truly stand behind.
President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico will visit President Obama at the White House on Tuesday, Nov. 27, the White House announced Monday.
Sen. Coburn thinks we can trim Pentagon spending — like the beef jerky research and study of tweeters’ slang
Tom Coburn, the Republican senator from Oklahoma, sees things a little differently from his colleagues on the right. He thinks the Department of Defense could save at least $67.9 billion over a decade by making cuts to DOD expenses that actually have very little to do with defense.
The political chasm is widening. A line has been drawn between two different ideologies, but not between Republicans and Democrats. This gap is between the Republicans and conservatives. “I think the Republican Party is devouring the conservative movement,” said radio host and conservative commentator, Mark Levin on Wednesday. Levin sat down with former Attorney General Edwin [...]
If Mitt Romney loses, experts will say Hurricane Sandy halted his momentum and gave Obama a chance to shine during the recovery efforts. What’s more, Romney is an “awkward candidate” who is “not conservative enough” and “keeps changing his mind.” On the other hand, an Obama loss will be attributed to his lackluster first debate and a vague and uninspired second term agenda.
Beyond the battleships and war horses, what did Barack Obama and Mitt Romney talk about in their foreign policy debate? A “word cloud” analysis of Monday night’s debate in Boca Raton reveals that the two candidates took a very different approach to persuading voters to back them on Nov. 6. Romney talked most about the [...]