Conservative bias

GOP Governors push back against Federal Medicaid Rules

June 16, 2011

[expand title=Read More] Source “Faced with severe budget problems, Republican governors are escalating their fight against federal rules requiring states to maintain current levels of health-care coverage for the poor and disabled. The growing resistance to the federal government over the hugely expensive Medicaid program poses a critical test for President Obama, who has the power [...]

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Nancy Pelosi’s wealth increases 62% in the last year

June 16, 2011

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Speaker Boehner tears up during commencement at Ohio State

June 14, 2011

[expand title=Read More] Source “John Boehner has shown his weepy side once again. The speaker of the House welled up few times during his commencement address at Ohio State University on Sunday. What set off the waterworks this time? Boehner got emotional twice when he mentioned his parents and again when stressing the importance of gratitude. [...]

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Tim Pawlenty defends his Economic Plan, attacks “Obamney Care” on Fox News Sunday

June 14, 2011

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Anthony Weiner incident turning into a political blame game

June 12, 2011

[expand title=Read More] Source Democrats try to shift the spotlight away from Weiner by calling Republicans hypocritical and pointing to past examples, including David Vitter, Larry Craig, and John Ensign, of Republican sex scandals in Congress. Republicans blame Democrats for not calling for Weiner’s resignation and call out Democrats that do for not asking Weiner to [...]

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Newt Gingrich’s loss may be Rick Perry’s gain

June 10, 2011

[expand title=Read More] Source “Speculation that Perry might make the leap increased this week when two of his former top advisers, Rob Johnson and Dave Carney, became available after they abandoned Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign in a dispute over the direction of Gingrich’s candidacy. Perry has already sent some signals that he might be softening his [...]

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AP: 7 Senior aides on Gingrich Presidential Campaign resign

June 9, 2011

[expand title=Read More] Source Resignations include Gingrich’s Campaign Manager Rob Johnson, his long-time Spokesperson Rick Tyler, one of his National Co-Chairs, two campaign strategists Dave Carney and Sam Dawson, South Carolina consultant Katon Dawson, Iowa Consultant Craig Schoenfeld and six Iowa staff members, and Georgia consultant Scott Rials. Additionally, former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue left the [...]

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Tim Pawlenty unveils his economic plan

June 9, 2011

[expand title=Read More] Source Pawlenty called Obama a “champion practitioner of class welfare” and proposed several measures in economic reform. First, to simplify the tax code, Pawlenty proposed two income tax rates: 10 and 25%.  ”Individuals would pay 10 percent tax on the first $50,000 of income. Couples earning $100,000 would also pay that rate. Everything above [...]

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