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President Obama took to the airwaves yesterday to defend his 2012 budget plan. Assuming a solemn tone of fiscal responsibility, he explained to the gathered White House press corps, "We're not going to be running up the credit card anymore." Mr. Obama even gave a shout-out to Ronald Reagan, noting his predecessor's skill at working out disagreements with Democrats.
For years, the left beat the drum that President Bush was shredding the Constitution with the USA Patriot Act, Guantanamo detainments, rendition and execution of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. When President Obama adopted those policies as his own, the left suddenly went as silent as Al Gore during a blizzard.
"Everybody's going to have to give a little bit" to solve the nation's fiscal problems, President Obama told reporters at a hastily called White House press briefing Tuesday morning.
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords can walk while holding onto a cart, mouth the lyrics to easy songs and have simple conversations, according to family, staff and doctors.
Good Muslims don't imbibe champagne, of course (at least in front of one another), but now's the time to pick up the empty bottles from a mighty elixir the thousands left in the wake of the revolution. The cheers, fireworks and dancing are over, too.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Friday gave more than 2,000 cheering conservative activists a helping of Texas-style wit and political red meat, making fun of liberalism’s excesses while still pronouncing America’s future bright.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's first appearance before the House since Republicans took control last month is likely to be a tough one. And much of the grilling will probably come from members of his own party.
Just so you know: "The Star Spangled Banner" still resonates with the nation no matter how many hapless performers take untoward liberties with its lyrics.
In December 2003, security forces boarded a bus in Macedonia and snatched a German citizen named Khaled el-Masri. For the next five months, el-Masri was a ghost. Only a select group of CIA officers knew he had been whisked to a secret prison for interrogation in Afghanistan.