His constituents haven't forgotten about the infamous moment.
Such a law would devastate unions, and it's closer than ever to becoming a reality.
"The Iraq war error reminds us of the need for epistemological modesty," Brooks writes. That's bullshit, even if written in the lingua franca of the salons frequented by Brooks and other apologists for what Bush and Cheney visited on the people of Iraq.
“One could create some line of argument that the economy would be much, much stronger without the ACA, but that really seems
Human beings are made of stories and having the chance to have told a few stories to a small group of people, all over the world, that wasn't achieved by marketing, that was made possible by human beings helping other human beings tell a story.
Kerry replied that Obama didn't believe in April that the evidence was strong enough to convince the public of the need for
MRFF Fully Supports Congressman Tim Huelskamp's 'Meetings with Respect to Religious Liberty' Amendment
Despite Congressman Huelskamp's blatant admission that the sole target of his amendment is Mikey Weinstein, this amendment, should it be signed into law, would to apply to everyone -- not just to the object of Huelskamp's affectations.
It's not difficult to imagine a few years from now a political landscape controlled by a Democratic dynasty, where the only Republicans left in office come from states and districts where the small minority of folks who voted for them share their ignorant, intolerant 1950's ideals.
HuffPost: How does the Global Zero plan account for rogue states, or non-compliant signers of an agreement? Plame: It has
Wilson's misspelling prompted a flurry of jokes on Twitter, perhaps none funnier than one tweeted by The Atlantic's David
Boehner dodged a holiday photo with Obama this week amid the fiscal-cliff stalemate. From Newt Gingrich’s Air Force One hissy
To celebrate the recent news that his hilarious sketch series Key and Peele has been renewed for a third season, co-creator/star Keegan-Michael Key joins What's Trending to talk about how the show got started, getting to meet President Obama and bringing sketch comedy to YouTube.
So who's responsible for the catchiest holiday song to come along in years? Would you believe Michael Vick and South Carolina Rep. Joe Wilson? It was Vick and Wilson's bad behavior which helped inspire the creation of that new Xmas classic, "Don't Be a Jerk (It's Christmas)."