The president’s negotiating position may also torpedo the pending fiscal cliff deal, in part, because that deal raises taxes by roughly $700 billion over 10 years, but does not trim federal spending.
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The Republican establishment . . . goes for pragmatic moderates who feed pablum to the public, instead of treating them like adults.
What Senator Reid is doing is wrong. He is trying to break the explicit, longstanding rules of the Senate to revoke the procedural rights of all other Senators.
He says, “under the Brotherhood people go and burn churches, attack Christians, kidnap young girls, do what they want to do . . .”
As millions of women get ready to embark on a New Year diet after a few too many festive treats, they could actually be setting up for failure by describing themselves as ‘fat’, ‘heavy’ or ‘chubby’.
The drill began Friday and ends Wednesday . . . Iran has in the past said it might close the strait over Western sanctions.
Seidman concedes that his goal — to scrap the Constitution in favor of long standing institutions and good judgment — is likely not to happen anytime soon.
The so-called ‘Arab Spring’ is turning out to be a revival of Islamic extremism, and the Obama administration seems to be unconcerned . . .
As expected, Republicans caved on tax hikes, and there is little in the way of real spending cuts. But look on the bright side, it looks like we will kick the can down the road for at least a couple more months.
I wonder if Homeland Security will designate Occupy Wall Street as a potential terrorist organization. Or is that designation just for veterans, Christians, second amendment advocates, and pro-lifers?