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WASHINGTON -- A former top FBI official was sentenced to over three years in prison on Thursday for disclosing national security
Republicans in the Senate are abusing the filibuster to keep jobs -- in both the executive and judicial branches -- unfilled while sitting idly by and letting economic growth take a hit in the name of ideology.
The issue will likely evolve into how we define lies in our society. Is it a small-nosed Pinocchio? Is it a lie to save face
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's Twitter never fails to disappoint. She sent a curious tweet Friday taking up the issue of
If he weren't president today, Professor Obama would be up in arms over the actions of President Obama and his administration. In fact, he was up in arms over similar things involving the administration of President Bush.
Baker told HuffPost that “this is an issue that concerns all of us on the beat, and it's our job to ask probing and challenging
[Would you like to follow me on Twitter? Because why not?] Similar numbers are reported using the ongoing IRS inquiry and
I never contemplated or considered the possibility that the Department of Justice under President Obama would initiate an action that would blatantly violate and desecrate the principles enshrined in the First Amendment.
The government's actions likely have already succeeded in deterring government officials from confiding in journalists about national security matters. And that, of course, is the administration's real objective.
Those who bother to read these historical snippets will find many important departures and only tenuous parallels between the Obama Administration's IRS affair and Richard Nixon's Watergate-era IRS scandal.