GOP Rep. Murphy: Admin either "shockingly unaware of what was happening...or deliberately misleading our committee and the public."
Seeing a hopelessly naive America, Jews and Arabs are finding common ground to face the Iranian menace.
The repeal or defund caucus readies for another go, but the replace caucus has ammo for their strategy moving forward.
It takes two to tango.
Company with lots of government business claimed agency was misleading and rated its past performance too low.
(BREAKING) Identity Theft Russian Roulette: Healthcare.gov Refers Users to Uncertified Navigators and Assisters
Inexplicable. Obamacare reps confirm to me: it's "buyer beware" when contacting their recommended application helpers.
No matter how often denied, the differences are real.
No license? No insurance? No problem!
Sebelius Claims Obama Didn’t Know About Site Problems, But Aug. 2 IG Report Called Out Insufficient Testing
Could the president not have known about the missed deadlines and benchmarks when the Senate minority leader used the findings to call for a delay?
Should an Obamacare "drop dead date" be set?
And at the current rate it would take nearly 50 years to sign up the 30 million projected to be enrolled within the next five.
Do not disturb Kerry to deal with the latest NSA fallout: He was in Paris, but "focused on Middle East peace stuff."
The president may feel emboldened after debt ceiling victory, but lacks leverage and willing partners for other items on his list.
I've joked that I'm spending everything on liquor and ammo. After writing this column, I don't think I'm joking anymore.
Will they head to Israel, or North America?
Two worldviews defining reality differently have brought the GOP to the brink of fissure.
Obama, Si; Bush #43, No: The L.A. Times' historical revisionism and rose-colored crystal ball.
The trickle-down effect to those relying on SBA loans to tourism operators.
Sen. Cruz led a few brave fighters who are willing to speak the truth.
The party chose a strategy that required unity, which they didn't have.
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Lawmakers who salvaged some messaging, found winnable fights to pick, or staked out some 2016 ground.
We surrender, Paul! Krugman pronounced Obamacare a "success" based on one unidentified person he "talked to" in New Jersey.
Ezra Klein of the Washington Post declared Obamacare a disaster on MSNBC. Former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs even said the Obamacare launch was embarrassing. Are liberals turning on President Obama and his signature healthcare legislation? Find out in this schadenfreudelicious edition of Trifecta, hosted by Stephen Green, Scott Ott, and Bill Whittle.