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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Jake Tapper
CNN's Jake Tapper wants to know exactly what it would take for the Obama administration to fire Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki for deadly wait times at many VA hospitals.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock will have to host an episode of CNN's "The Lead" after losing a Super Bowl bet to host Jake Tapper.
Jake Tapper's mission before starting his new CNN show has been to make sure people know that he's more than a political wonk.
Broadcast debut of note Monday: that would be CNN's "The Lead," showcasing the he-man talents of Jake Tapper, who has managed to sidestep the land mines of broadcast to emerge with his own show, credibility intact.
Jake Tapper is leaving the White House beat at ABC News to become CNN's chief Washington correspondent and anchor of a one-hour weekday news program.
It's mushroom cloud after mushroom cloud for President Obama.
Two things you need to know about President Obama's nearly $4 trillion budget for fiscal 2013: It will likely add another $1 trillion to a $15.3 trillion debt, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says he will not act on any full budget plan this year.
President Obama recently compared the Tea Party to the Occupy Wall Street protests, telling ABC News' Jake Tapper, "in some ways they're not that different." We beg to differ. The Tea Party and the protesters are almost exact opposites.
"Is there not a moral obligation of the United States to make sure that the Iraqi people are safe before the U.S. withdraws?" ABC News' Jake Tapper asked Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid yesterday. As Mr. Tapper summarized the exchange, "I tried to get an answer... I did not succeed."
The Republican's letter warned of an "alarming pattern" of patient care issues for veterans that needed to be addressed, but was reportedly met with "boiler plate" talking points by Secretary Shinseki's office, Mr. Tapper said.
"But you're not!" said Mr. Tapper.