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Topic - Marsha Blackburn
Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee Republican, said Wednesday that the military's "leave no man behind" ethos at play in the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is partly why Americans are upset about the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attack on a U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee Republican, said the House will vote Wednesday on whether to authorize a commission to explore placing a National Women's History Museum in Washington.
Is the nation ready for a female president? Rep. Marsha Blackburn says it is, but it won't be former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn on Monday doubled down on her belief that President Obama nominated his budget chief to replace Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius so that the administration could doctor the figures when it comes to Obamacare's delicate economics.
Bill Nye "the Science Guy" and a Tennesssee congresswoman went toe-to-toe over climate change Sunday, a topic that's heating up as much of the United States suffers from either fierce winter storms or intense drought.
A pair of federal lawmakers said Wednesday the time has come to established a national museum dedicated to women's history.
The White House isn't biting on a Republican congresswoman's offer to go skeet shooting with President Obama. Rep. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee has voiced skepticism of Mr. Obama's claim of frequent skeet shooting at Camp David, and she said she'd like to be invited to the presidential retreat for a match.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn has some words of skepticism for President Obama's claim of frequent skeet shooting. "If he's a skeet shooter, why have we not heard of this? Why have we not seen photos? Why hasn't he referenced this at any point in time?"
Owners of musical instruments made with illegally imported wood don't face prosecution, two federal agencies say in a letter that addresses fears stirred up after a major Tennessee guitar-maker was raided.
Female voters have turned their backs on President Obama in droves, a development that Democrats vow to reverse as Mr. Obama gears up his re-election campaign.
Ms. Blackburn said priority No. 1 is to find out why the White House did not give Congress the required 30 days' notice before the transferring of five Guantanamo Bay detainees in exchange for Sgt. Bergdahl's release from captivity by the Taliban and predicted "many months" of hearings and investigations.
"The thing is, do you leave no man behind? No, you do not, and that's one of the reasons the American people are so upset about Benghazi," she said on MSNBC, adding that she disagreed with comments from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Nevada Democrat, that were aired just earlier.