President Barack Obama and House Republicans are allowing the March 1 deadline for the budget sequester to creep nearer - as if assuming that the other guys will bear the brunt of the blame for the havoc the spending cuts will wreak.
Quiz question: Of the last seven presidents, which one issued, by a large margin, the most executive orders per year?
Answer: Jimmy Carter. Gerald Ford is second, Ronald Reagan is third, Bill Clinton is fourth, and George H.W. Bush is fifth. George W.
When Mike O'Rourke called me Friday afternoon to ask questions for a story he was preparing on the maelstrom known as the Scheeler/Green controversy, one can imagine my lack of eagerness to participate in any way.
As the nation's chief executive, Obama is ultimately accountable for the budget fiasco, even if he is right on the merits and politics.
Your federal government is almost certain to blow past the March 1 deadline for averting $1.
One thing that President Obama and Gov. Mark Dayton have in common is their constant refrain of "tax the rich." Every time there is discussion about budget deficits their call is for higher taxes on the rich.
President Obama's approach to so-called "climate change" appears to include recycling old ideas.
In his State of the Union address, the president recycled the idea of spending more on education, though we are still getting unsatisfactory results.
One of the most exciting American boxers in years will defend his title this weekend. You've probably never heard of him.
His name is Adrien Broner, and although he is the world lightweight champion, he is not exactly famous.