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In his State of the Union address to Congress, President Obama praised the homosexual lifestyle. At the same time, the military is conducting training for its members to accept homosexuals in its ranks.
President Obama signed one of his top foreign-policy priorities Wednesday, and set off a row with the White House press corps in the process.
Voters made one thing clear in November: They want "Obamacare" repealed. Unfortunately, that's easier said than done.
There are fabricated "bipartisan" moments. Then there are the real ones.
Senate Republicans leaders said Tuesday they will force a vote in the coming days on repealing the health care reform law, an action Democrats promised would end in defeat.
Admittedly, the Egyptian uprising, the nullification of Obamacare and the ongoing ramifications of "Snowpocolypse 2011" could render the controversy about an MTV program insignificant by comparison. After all, MTV is only out to destroy an entire generation. No big deal.
In a small way, I used to be part of the problem. Now, as Montana's congressman and the chairman of the House Appropriations subcommittee that oversees spending on health and education, I'm trying to be part of the solution.
On the rare occasion when federal bureaucrats waver in their commitment to expanding their own regulatory power, environmental extremists can always be counted on to look for a sympathetic judge to expand it for them. The latest clever scheme would undermine the right of Americans to hunt and fish, using the judicial branch to implement policies too hot for regulators or lawmakers to touch. Congress needs to step in and disarm this assault on traditional sporting activities.
A veteran's widow would like to find out about any benefits she may have.