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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Dennis Kucinich
Former Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich was asked on Friday on Fox News to defend a tweet in which he suggested President Obama faces impeachment if he were to act unilaterally against Syria.
President Obama's election was a hopeful moment for civil rights advocates who thought he would usher in a golden era of government openness and respect for civil liberties, but some of the president's most enthusiastic supporters have expressed the harshest condemnation this week as revelations of multiple controversies involving intrusive government overreach have exploded onto the national stage.
Asteroid 2012DA14 missed earth, water’s not flowing uphill — and on Friday Fox News Channel announced that former GOP presidential contender and populist conservative darling Herman Cain is joining its stable of contributors.
The CEO of Whole Foods Market Inc. compared President Obama's health care law to "fascism" in a radio interview Wednesday, a turnabout from earlier comments in which he compared the signature reforms to socialism.
Days before President Barack Obama's inauguration for a second term in office, Fox News Channel has signed Dennis Kucinich, one of his former opponents, to be a regular contributor.
Veteran Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur defeated longtime Washington colleague Dennis Kucinich on Tuesday in a bruising Ohio showdown made necessary by a newly drawn congressional map.
In a bitter battle of liberal Democratic heavyweights, Ohio Rep. Marcy Kaptur prevailed over longtime friend and fellow incumbent Rep. Dennis Kucinich in Tuesday's primary in their newly drawn and combined congressional district.
Country music icon Willie Nelson has come to Ohio to sing out in support of an old friend, U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich (koo-SIH'-nich).
Newt Gingrich says a luxury cruise he took through the Greek Isles earlier this year that prompted top aides to quit his campaign was designed to show he's "a different kind of candidate."
Crossing party lines to deliver a stunning rebuke to the commander in chief, the vast majority of the House voted Friday for resolutions telling President Obama he has broken the constitutional chain of authority by committing U.S. troops to the international military mission in Libya.
* No, not Ron Paul, the 75-year-old congressman from Texas and grandfather of the tea party ... Ron Paul's ideas.
The Republican-dominated House on Thursday voted to block taxpayer funding for National Public Radio programming, dealing another blow to the broadcasting network that already is reeling from a yearlong series of missteps.
Top Pentagon officials are defending Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates' proposed multibillion-dollar cuts in military spending amid competing congressional demands for both more reductions and sparing weapons programs.
UPDATED: Rep. Charles B. Rangel announced Wednesday that he has temporarily stepped down as chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee amid findings that he violated House ethics rules and a continuing ethics investigation.
A man with a bomb strapped to his chest has taken staffers in Sen. Hillary Clinton's New Hampshire campaign office hostage, a federal government official has confirmed. Mrs. Clinton was in not in the Rochester area but in Washington, D.C., when the incident occurred around 1 p.m., the official said. "Right now it is a state and local police effort," the official said. However, federal bomb experts could be called to the scene.
"I think he made the right decision and it had to be a difficult one for him to make," Mr. Kucinich said during a call-in show on C-SPAN.
He said the distraction of the long House Ethics Committee probe into Mr. Rangel was not just difficult for House Democrats to deal with, but for the "House as a whole as an institution."