On Monday former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said that the new group backing Obama’s agenda that giving top donors access to the president in return smacked of corruption.
In Texas, KGBT 4TV asked the following question: “Should there be a limit on how much tax payers dollars can be given to someone on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program?” This comes after allegations of food stamp abuse in the Rio Grande valley.
Juan Williams, Fox News contributor and former NPR host in an interview with the Daily Caller discussed recently about his experience working at both left and right-leaning media outlets.
Some Democrats are pushing Sen Harry Reid to revisit filibuster reform if Republicans keep blocking Chuck Hagel’s nomination for Secretary of Defense. Reid has the option to reconsider the so-called “nuclear option,” a drastic tactic for changing Senate rules with a simple majority vote.
Why is it that whenever budget cuts are spoken, the Democrats bring on the fear factor, and the first thing they mention are the poor kids? I’m rather tired of hearing that old boring line. Cuts in government spending hit everyone, not just the kids. And they must be made as government has overcharged its line of credit.
It looks like the feds are going to issue more rules, as employers may soon be told that they must hire more workers with a criminal background under recent guidelines issued. The EEOC’s guidelines warn businesses about rejecting minority applicants who have committed a crime and recommend they eliminate policies that “exclude people from employment based on a criminal record.”
Obama continues to push congress for higher taxes, and Republicans keep refusing, saying that his plan would hurt the economy. Some have even said should Republicans cave and give in to him, it would send the economy into a tailspin.
She was once the hero of conservatives and the Tea Party, especially when she stood up to Obama. But now she is moving more left on Medicaid and immigration, which has her losing favor among those who once held her gutsy attitude as a sign of heroism.
On February 14, Obama said the following in a speech:
“Study after study shows that the earlier a child begins learning, the better he or she does down the road,” said U.S. President Barack Obama in Feb. 14 speech in Decatur, Georgia. “Every dollar we invest in high-quality early education can save more than seven dollars later on — boosting graduation rates, reducing teen pregnancy, reducing violent crime.”
Security experts in Washingto say soem of the country’s most powerful institutions are vulnerable to Chinese cyberspies, and many have already been hacked. “Law firms, think tanks, newspapers — if there’s something of interest, you should assume you’ve been penetrated,” James Lewis, a cybersecurity expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, which has been hacked in the past, told The Washington Post.