It turns out that President Obama's Office of Management and Budget is no more trustworthy than the rest of his administration. His budget, unsurprisingly to conservatives, is not "balanced" and does not deliver on its promise to cut $1.
In a report speculating that former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush may run for president in 2016, The New York Times observes, "When Senator Marco Rubio of Florida held a strategy session here to discuss his own political future last week, the question of Mr.
Republican presidential contender Rick Santorum has his share of problems stemming from his sincerely held but extreme views on a number of issues and his penchant for inflammatory rhetoric that makes even commonplace observations sound loony.
The jump in the unemployment rate to 9.1 percent and the paltry increase of only 54,000 jobs in May would be a challenge for any president. But for President Obama it is a threat in some additional ways.
First, his approach of essentially doing nothing (on tax reform, trade agreements, entitlement r...
It is fashionable among conservative pundits and GOP operatives to bemoan the state of the Republican presidential primary race. But even without a Paul Ryan, Wis., or a New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in the race, there is still a good shot at beating President Obama — the best shot at upsetting a...
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