Several key figures are appalled by Rick Perry, Jon Huntsman, and Newt Gingrich.
High-profile reps are following Barney Frank out the door.
Yes — that's the nonpartisan agency that releases monthly unemployment figures.
Lack of transparency is making members on both sides nervous.
Following the collapse of Spain's solar sector, a Spanish company with ties to Democrats received $2.7 billion in US Energy Department loans.
Source: "Herman took advantage of seniority and power with a young woman. It was an abuse of power."
The "green" loan scandal grows to include yet another seemingly hopeless company.
We would benefit from a return of the statesmen who flourished before 1968.
For how much longer will one be able to fly the friendly skies with the people's tax dollars?
A pattern of providing White House support to favored companies — at taxpayer risk — is emerging.
All nine new hires to the Justice Department's Disability Rights Section have far-left resumes — which were only released following a PJMedia lawsuit. (This is the ninth of a series of articles about the Justice Department's hiring practices since President Obama took office. Read parts one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, and eight.)
The flashy frauds had a naive left believing a "progressive" Muslim world was coming.
All five new hires to the Justice Department's immigration office have far-left resumes — which were only released following a PJM lawsuit. (This is the third in a series of articles about the Justice Department's hiring practices since President Obama took office. Read parts one and two.)
The financial events of the last few days may have triggered a sea change.
The president will be condemned by history for a U.S. credit rating collapse.
The Left breaks out the champagne.
Whither the "Arab Spring": Congress may cut $1.3B in military aid after Egypt warms to Islamists.
The new government openness bill that could revolutionize the way Washington operates.
With Austan Goolsbee's departure, the collapse of the president's economic team is nearly complete.
John Bryson sits on the board of troubled electric car manufacturer Coda, which is waist-deep in Chinese investment and debt.
Even with the redactions, the left liberal tilt of the resumes of the 100+ attorneys hired into the Civil Rights Division during the Obama administration is impressive.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn's lavish lifestyle is no anomaly: the U.S. taxpayer-funded IMF, World Bank, and others are handing out blood-boiling salaries and perks. Update: Congress may probe IMF’s $250K golden parachute for DSK.
The Election Assistance Commission was supposed to be disbanded in 2005. It now has 50 full-time employees — and nothing to do.
Whose idea was it to start with a number ($100B) rather than programs?
Leslie Dach, former senior aide to Al Gore, was the impetus behind Wal-Mart's failed shift to "green," upscale items that fit the progressive agenda for what Americans should be buying.