Obama's budget director plants a flag against bank-friendly funding plan.
A rocket can be fixed. A mindset has to be changed or those holding it made irrelevant.
Unless and until Americans speak out with the same fervor for voting rights as we do for civil rights, marriage equality and women's rights, we risk the very gains we celebrate today.
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Congress is setting up a battle between generations, young vs. old. The real battle should be those who can pay and are getting away with this vs. those who cannot pay and do not have a voice in government.
It is downright ludicrous to say that a Nobel Prize-winning economist is somehow not qualified to get a job running economic policy for the government. Until Sen. Richard Shelby realizes this, Obama and the White House should point it out.
"Right now, there's maybe a majority view on the banking committee that, if we could work a substantive bipartisan bill, that
With imports soaring, we're stimulating the production of China, not the US. The Obama administration refuses to enforce our trade laws to protect the economy and change our tax laws to promote exports.
As a partial solution to appointment obstructionism, President Obama can and should exercise his unilateral authority and fill many federal vacancies with the stroke of a pen -- during any Senate break of his choosing.
President Obama this week has successfully put the Republican Party on the defensive. This could be a fleeting thing, or it could be the start of a whole new way for Obama's administration to operate.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid used to consider recess appointments "an end run around the Senate and the Constitution
Senator Shelby and his colleagues on the negative side of the aisle think things are moving just a little too fast in the
Democrats need to realize that they still have the biggest majority in both houses of Congress that they are likely to see in their lifetimes.
Sen. Shelby of Alabama has done us all a favor through his brazen attempt to extort the Obama Administration by placing a hold on 70 critical appointees simply to obtain some financial pork.
Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL) has put an extraordinary "blanket hold" on at least 70 nominations President Obama has sent to
This morning on Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace asked Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL) why he believes the Obama administration
The ranking Republican on the Senate Banking Committee called it "deeply disturbing" that Stephen Friedman, who is chairman
The bottom line of this story is that nine out of forty-one Republican senators just broke ranks with their party and voted to strip a McCain amendment from a budget bill.
UPDATE: Richard Shelby's spokesman said the Cullman Times report in which he appears to question President Obama's citizenship