President Barack Obama acknowledged Monday that he is “properly concerned” about the allegations that the Internal Revenue Service has been improperly targeting conservative groups and that he has “no patience” for these kinds of partisan attacks. He did not, however, condemn or apologize for the IRS’s decision to specifically target conservatives or Tea Party groups during the briefing.
It’s one of those unspoken truths in Washington – that it’s easier for a man to get away with deviant behavior than a woman, especially when it comes to extramarital affairs.
Earlier this week, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) introduced legislation in the Senate that would make the interest rate for federal student loans the same as it is for banks and large corporations. Yet the bill, her first since becoming the Bay State’s senior senator in January, will do more harm than good to the students she claims to cherish, while enriching only a select few at their expense.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney came under fire on Friday for the Obama administration’s mishandling of the terrorist attack in Libya last year.
If Cher’s mom could turn back time, she would still have her daughter.
Sayonara, “1600 Penn.” NBC decided to cancel its political first family sitcom after just 13 episodes.
New Jersey Gov. Christie has fired back at those who don’t view him as conservative enough to represent the Republican brand on the national stage.
Looking for a new Bushmaster AR-15 rifle to add to your gun collection? One Texas congressman wants to help you out.