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Stepping up the partisan battle over his jobs bill, President Obama called on House Majority Leader Eric Cantor Tuesday to hold a vote on the $447 billion plan, and Mr. Cantor's office replied that the president isn't providing "serious leadership."
Before retiring last week, Adm. Mike Mullen made 27 trips to Pakistan as chairman of the Joint Chiefs that convinced him he had established a close personal relationship with his opposite number, Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani - only to conclude in farewell interviews that he is still baffled by the world's most complex - and dangerous - situation.
In the world of video games, realism reigns supreme, but the makers of a game based on the infamous private security firm Blackwater are intentionally steering clear of it.
Eric Holder was told about the weapons investigation as early as July 2010, documents show.
As if it weren't bad enough that President Obama has been lifting his economic policies from Franklin D. Roosevelt. On Monday, the Senate voted 79-19 to advance debate on legislation that would re-create the very mistake the 1930s Congress made with the Smoot-Hawley protectionist tariffs.
In June 2010, the Obama administration announced the start of "Recovery Summer." Sixteen months later, not even the most shameless Democratic partisans can pretend that America is not mired in economic malaise.
ABA President and CEO Frank Keating criticized a number of policy decisions from Obama officials.
Not that anyone needs reminding why the only people on earth more despised than politicians are the media, but this one has to be documented for history.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says the China currency bill is the most important jobs legislation Congress can enact, while House Speaker John A. Boehner calls it "dangerous" — and the White House has refused to take a stand.