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Latest White House Items
The Obama administration rolled a gutterball Wednesday when the House voted to prohibit the spending of taxpayer money to renovate the White House bowling alley.
On Monday, leading illegal-alien journalist-turned-activist Jose Antonio Vargas engaged in a foolish stunt that will backfire on him and his allies in the media and Hollywood, and on Capitol Hill.
House chief investigator Rep. Darrell Issa released a recording Wednesday of a then-Obama Cabinet official leaving a voicemail asking someone to attend a fundraiser, escalating a battle with the White House over political activities within the administration.
If anyone needs further evidence the White House is out touch with reality, it came in an official statement this week that President Obama has made the world a more tranquil place.
A prominent law professor and avowed supporter of the Obama White House will tell the House on Wednesday that the president has created one of the biggest constitutional crises in the country's history and will endorse House Republicans' effort to sue to rein him in.
A House Republican lawmaker was introducing a measure Tuesday to ban the use of taxpayers' dollars to renovate the White House bowling alley.
A "We the People" petition urging the White House to condemn the "apartheid state of Israel" for its supposed human rights violations has well surpassed the required 100,000 signatures for an official response.
Citing America's support for Israel and its alleged spying on Muslims, a powerful Arab-American group has called for a boycott of Monday night's annual Iftar dinner at the White House.
Even though House Republicans have declared it all but dead, President Obama's $3.7 billion plan to deal with the flood of illegal immigrant children coming across the border remains "plan A" and should be embraced by Congress, the White House said Monday.