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I would not call the partisan, Republican version of Christianity by that name; I usually refer to it as "un-Christianity," although my Microsoft Word software had a hard time with that at first .
News agencies across the country,and social media sites like Instagram, Twitter and Facebook have blown up with Marines being called in to hold umbrella's for the President even though it violates Marine code.
Justice John Paul Stevens at the U.S. Supreme Court in 2005. The 88-year-old Justice just hired staff, giving the impression that he's sticking around the Supreme Court for a while.
While being interviewed by American Public Media's Marketplace on Thursday, former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was confronted with the question of whether he's ever considered apologizing for the failures of the Iraq War he advocated for and oversaw during his tenure in George W. Bush 's administration.
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America is broke. Desperately, historically, frighteningly broke. We are borrowing forty percent of every dollar we spend on the federal level and our national debt should be a colossal embarrassment to anyone associated with it.
President Barack Obama picked a senior White House budget official to become the acting head of the Internal Revenue Service on Thursday, the same day another top official announced plans to leave the agency amid the controversy over agents targeting tea party groups.
And Who Is The Poster Boy for Tax Exempt Political Hit Teams? Karl Rove is the real poster boy for the so-called IRS scandal of taking a closer look at applications by political organizations seeking a 501 tax status that makes them not only tax exempt but protects their donors with anonymity.
A second federal appeals court has found that President Barack Obama exceeded his power when he bypassed the Senate to install a member to the National Labor Relations Board.
John Bellinger is the last person in Washington you'd expect to criticise President Barack Obama for making too many drone strikes.
On Monday, the Associated Press revealed that the Department of Justice used subpoenas to obtain phone records of its editors and reporters from April and May 2012.
Don't look for the outcry over the Internal Revenue Service's improper targeting of tea party groups to subside with the ouster of the agency's acting commissioner.
Having once had the highest approval rating going back to Truman, George W. Bush left office with an appalling 34 percent approval rating.
Officials in the Obama administration's Internal Revenue Service came under fire after revelations that workers in its Cincinnati office targeted for extra scrutiny tea party and conservative groups applying for 501 tax-exempt status.
The House is considering asking voters to approve term limits for future officeholders - which could send a message to Rick Perry, the longest-serving governor in Texas history.
The White House dislikes tea party groups so much it directed the Internal Revenue Service to harass them.