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Rep. Clyburn: Time to tone down the violent rhetoric

Rep. Clyburn: Time to tone down the violent rhetoric

Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.), a lawmaker who faced several threats during the heated health care debate, is calling on the country to ratchet down its heated political rhetoric and calling on lawmakers to speak out forcefully and condemn such comments. Noting that the tragic shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) — which, in total, left […]

Republicans plan to move quickly on healh care repeal

Republicans plan to move quickly on healh care repeal

Republicans in the House of Representatives plan to hold a vote in January to repeal President Barack Obama‘s healthcare overhaul and say they have nearly enough support to override a presidential veto of the repeal, a top lawmaker said on Sunday. “Unpopularity numbers are as high as 60 percent across the country,” Fred Upton, the […]

Clinton insists she won’t run for President, but…

Clinton insists she won’t run for President, but…

Hillary Clinton says she isn’t interested in running for President against Barack Obama or anyone else in 2012. “I am not in any way interest in or pursuing anything in elected office,” Clinton said on Fox News Sunday. “I love what I’m doing (as Secretary of State). I can’t tell you what it’s like to […]

Republicans plan early assault on health care law

Republicans plan early assault on health care law

Congressional Republicans said on Sunday they plan a full-scale assault against President Barack Obama‘s healthcare overhaul next year but acknowledged it could take until after the 2012 presidential election to repeal it. Representative Paul Ryan, expected to become chairman of the House Budget Committee chairman, said his fellow Republicans will try to deny funding for […]

White House hedges on foreclosure moratorium

White House hedges on foreclosure moratorium

A top White House adviser questioned the need Sunday for a blanket stoppage of all home foreclosures, even as pressure grows on the Obama administration to do something about mounting evidence that banks have used inaccurate documents to evict homeowners. “It is a serious problem,” said David Axelrod, who contended that the flawed paperwork is […]

Christine O’Donnell ‘dabbled’ in witchcraft

Christine O’Donnell ‘dabbled’ in witchcraft

Another unfavorable decade-old television clip of tea party favorite Christine O’Donnell has emerged, this time with the Delaware GOP Senate candidate saying she “dabbled in witchcraft.” The clip spread among websites as O’Donnell canceled appearances Sunday on two national news shows. Her campaign said she had to back out of the programs because of scheduling […]

GOP support of BP: A godsend for Democrats?

GOP support of BP: A godsend for Democrats?

The White House is relishing what it sees as “a political gift” — GOP criticism of the administration for pushing BP for a $20 billion compensation fund — and warning of the danger if voters put big business-backing Republicans back in power. With people angry over government spending and corporate bailouts, Democrats face the possibility […]

Mullen: Congress should have waited on gay ban vote

Mullen: Congress should have waited on gay ban vote

The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Sunday he would have preferred that Congress had waited before voting to repeal the “don’t ask, don’t tell” law that bans gays from serving openly in the military. Adm. Mike Mullen did not directly criticize a House vote on Friday that marked a step toward repealing […]

Republican unease growing over Steele’s rule at RNC

Republican unease growing over Steele’s rule at RNC

Signs of growing GOP uneasiness over Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele’s high-flying lifestyle and mismanagement emerged over the weekend as two Congressional leaders voiced their displeasure. “This kind of thing has got to stop or they won’t get any contributions,” noted Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl. Kyl joined California Rep. Kevin McCarthy in voicing concern […]