Republican Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky talked about the high costs of health care today.
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President Barack Obama capped off a press conference on health care last night by answering a question about the arrest of Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates, but as with his answers on health care, the president glossed over the facts.
President Obama glazed over some facts tonight at his press conference. A minor point concerning the president's tendency to blame the Republican party for the country's current circumstances was reported by the Associated Press.
Cass Sunstein, President Obama's nominee for "regulatory czar," looked like he would sail through a confirmation process, but Fox News is reporting Republican Texas Senator John Cornyn has put a "hold" on Mr. Sunstein's confirmation.
During a healthcare forum on Monday, Congressman Russ Carnahan, (D- MO.), was mocked by an audience member who asked, "If it's so good why doesn't Congress have to be on it?"
Syndicated advice columnist Amy Dickinson sided with an un-named college today that told an incoming Freshman he must room with a gay roommate despite his objections
Perhaps President Obama is staying up late working on the much criticized health care reform plans in congress. According to Politico, he gaffed it up on Monday at the Childrens National Medical Center in Washington.
CBS Marketwatch is reporting that President Obama is apparently moving his deadline for Congress to pass health-care reform legislation.
The Senate approved a federal hate crimes measure on Thursday by voice vote after a 63 to 28 procedural vote was needed to allow it on to the defense authorization bill.
Senator Bernie Sanders, (I-Vt.), defended the Democrats' health care plan today on the Fox News Channel's America's News Room.
KTLA News reported yesterday that a Los Angeles City Council meeting was interrupted by an individual who walked in wearing a Ku Klux Klans robe and hood.
After discussing the dangers of rationing healthcare on Wednesday, Iowa Republican Steve King showed fellow House members a massive flowchart of the Democrat healthcare plan.