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Two Tea Parties grip the nation in two very different ways. The first is the Tea Party movement, which traces its origins to a watershed historic event as its members attempt to bring sanity and sustainability back to government. The second finds its origins in literature - Lewis Carroll's "The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland" - and is descriptive of the surreal governance of the progressives in the White House and Congress as they continue their push toward governmental insanity and unsustainability.
The White House on Monday said the war in Afghanistan is "first and foremost" on the agenda for Prime Minister David Cameron's first Washington visit with President Obama.
Rep. Joe Sestak, a son of the Philadelphia suburbs, needs the independent voters in his backyard as he campaigns as a Democrat for a Senate seat in a state that may tilt Republican this year.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. says the "tea party" movement is conservative and has very different ideas about government, but it's not a racist organization.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. has a warning for the pundits: Democrats are going to shock everybody with how well they do in the November election.
The federal government Monday allowed BP to keep the cap shut tight on its busted Gulf of Mexico oil well for another day despite a seep in the sea floor after the company promised to watch closely for signs of new leaks underground, settling for the moment a rift between BP and the government.
After a week of party infighting between lawmakers and the White House, Democrats did their best Sunday to project an image of unity heading into the mid-term elections this fall, predicting only minimal losses.
After a week of party infighting between lawmakers and the White House, Democrats on the Sunday talk-show circuit did their best to project an image of unity heading into the midterm elections this fall.
After promising for a year and a half to take the witness stand, former Illinois Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich is likely to testify in his own defense at his federal corruption trial this week in a long-awaited duel of wits and wills with federal prosecutors.