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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Biden
One year after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., all sides of the debate — from President Obama and single-issue groups led by outgoing New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and others to powerful gun advocacy voices — sound much the same as they did 12 months ago in the immediate aftermath of one of the worst shootings in American history.
November 1621: Governor Obama of Plymouth Colony prepares for the first Thanksgiving with his scribe, the boy Robert.
Vice President Biden referred to House Republican lawmakers Thursday night as a "Neanderthal crowd" for fighting the reauthorization of his signature Violence Against Women Act.
Colorado Democratic legislators are passing a hail of new anti-gun laws that prevent the most vulnerable from defending themselves in places often targeted by rapists and mass killers. Similar bills are being rolled out by Democratic legislators in other states, headed to Congress.
One California lawmaker thinks the solution to America's gun violence problem just might be hip-hop car washes, Zumba classes and a little lunchtime yoga.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden cast his vote Tuesday in the 2012 election, saying that "it's always a kick."
Vice President Joseph R. Biden is calling advertising released by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney "an outrageous lie" for asserting that automakers General Motors and Chrysler are adding jobs in China at the expense of workers in Ohio.
Everyone is talking about the laughs heard 'round the world. Vice President Biden smirked and scoffed so much that the issue consumed much of the post-debate coverage. However, what wasn't mentioned was how Mr. Biden inadvertently made a strong case for conservatism when it comes to the nature of the welfare state.
President Obama mocked Republican rival Mitt Romney on Thursday as a candidate who was "kidding" when he proposed large tax cuts and other conservative agenda items in the GOP primary.
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld delivered the following speech at the 30th anniversary celebration of The Washington Times at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, Tuesday, Oct. 2.
November 1621: Governor Obama of Plymouth Colony prepares for the first Thanksgiving with his scribe, the boy Jay.
A few weeks ago, Mr. Biden, in his convention acceptance speech, exclaimed, “America is not in decline.” It strikes me when the vice president feels he has to stand up and say that, it’s a bit like acknowledging that America is in decline, and that the world senses it, but he doesn’t want to admit it.
Regarding the Obama administration's hard and fast deadline to remove all forces from Afghanistan, Mr. Biden said: "Unless you set a timeline, Baghdad in the case of Iraq and — and Kabul in the case of Afghanistan will not step up.