House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi claims "the cupboard is bare. There's no more cuts to make." The cupboard, however, is overflowing with liquor, crystal glassware, and more.
Now sources on the ground that night are speaking out and claim The NY Times report is "completely false."
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer made a dire prediction Sunday, saying that all the exemptions the President has given to ObamaCare will ruin insurance companies, thereby necessitating the White House to ask for a huge government bailout of these companies next year.
More than 200 people have been killed this year in Baltimore. Most of them were black, and most of them were shot to death, despite Maryland having one of the nation's toughest gun laws. This comes two years after the city recorded its lowest murder rate in more than two decades. Members of one of the few African-American social firearm clubs in the nation think teaching young people different ideas about guns might help deter them from a life of violence.
Sunny covers the news of the week including what's going on at the White House to the latest Global Warming...ahem...Climate Change happenings.
CNN reported today that according to a new national poll, support for the country's new health care law has dropped to a record low, as most Americans believe the law will result in higher prices. In addition, CNN/ORC International survey released Monday also indicates that most Americans predict that the Affordable Care Act will actually result in higher prices for their own medical care. Only 35% of those questioned in the poll say they support the health care law, a 5-point drop in less than a month. Sixty-two percent say they oppose the law, up four points from November. Nearly all of the newfound opposition is coming from women.
Must see! Anna Blech won first prize at the New York City History Day competition for her research paper, "Downplaying the Holocaust: Arthur Hays Sulzberger and The New York Times."
A Colorado high school has allowed a biological boy to use the girls' bathroom. Pacific Justice Institute stepped in to protect the privacy of these young girls. This video highlights some of the victims of this school's reprehensible actions.
Is GEICO taking a not-so-subtle swipe at the conservative Tea Party movement in their latest television advertisement? Is the symbolism even bigger than that? You be the judge...
Millionaire Mary Burke still has no jobs plan for Wisconsin, yet she wants voters to trust her over Gov. Scott Walker. Democrats always seem to prefer electing or passing something before letting voters know what's in it?
"Ohio voters that are a part of a focus group are not so happy with the president, describing him as a big disappointment and just another politician. Chuck Todd makes sure to point out that these are not adversaries to the president, but his former supporters that are so upset with him."
Debbie Wasserman Schultz must be a deep cover GOP agent, given the number of stupid admissions she makes.
Mike Huckabee presents The Jolly Holidays Caroling Company as they put hilarious political spin on a holiday classic. Enjoy!
"Divider-in-Chief, Barack Obama, the most radical far left president in US history, the man who rammed through his health care redistribution scheme without a single Republican vote, the man whose campaign ran Mitt Romney killer ads, the man who lied 36 times to the American people about keeping their insurance plans... blamed the media tonight for dividing the American people."
"A great video by Next Generation TV where Michelle Fields goes to Howard University to find someone who has signed up for Obamacare. Watch to the very end as I cracked up when I did."
Titus returns in what may be the greatest compilation of trick shots put together by miniature man.
Trey Gowdy makes a great point while trapping a witness in their own hypocrisy. In short, he asks that if Obama can ignore parts of immigration law and parts of Obamacare and so on and so forth, then can he do the same with election law?
Watch the witness squirm.
After trying to enroll in Obamacare for two months, a woman from Ohio is hit with a disappointing shock when she finally gets through. She says when she shopped around for a healthcare plan, everything was unaffordable for her - it would take a second job just be able to insure her husband.
In the months-long media debate over the rollout of Obamacare and its website, opponents of the law have repeatedly tried to link health care reform with failures of past presidencies, including the Iraq War. At Monday's White House Daily Briefing, ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl found a clever way to invoke that comparison, repeatedly asking Press Secretary Jay Carney if this weekend's re-launch of Healthcare.gov is "Mission Accomplished.
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) from UPS explains to CNBC without pulling any punches why Obamacare pushed them to drop spouse coverage from 15,000 employees. It's quite amazing considering that many firms have been intimidated into silence on this issue.
Residents of Alabama are outraged. Despite Obama's apologies for broken promises and so-called 'fixes,' the cost of health care has skyrocketed for many of these individuals to the point that they can barely afford their health insurance anymore.
This is a great interview with Michael Cannon as he explains how IPAB will ration care by reducing what Medicare spends on health care. This coming after Mark Halperin agreed (before walking it back on twitter) that death panels are in fact baked into Obamacare because the IPAB has the ability ration care. Cannon explains that IPAB being able to set Medicare prices (what they pay the doctor or hospital) IS the power to ration care and that the prohibition in Obamacare against rationing care is toothless.
The call-in system for Obamacare is as messy as the $1 billion Healthcare.gov website, as per MSNBC Contributor Jimmy Williams. Worse, he still does not have insurance!
In an interview with the Heritage Foundation, Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin, talks about new book "Unintimidated," which describes how his reforms in Wisconsin have effectively reduced the debt drastically and boosted the state's economy, and argues that Republicans do not need to moderate in order to take back the White House and Congress. Walker claims optimism and courage to act on their convictions is what the people truly want and need.
Cardinal Dolan, one of the most well known representatives in the US of the Catholic Church - an institution that has always been for universal healthcare - says that the Obamacare mandate is actually pushing away some of healthcare's 'strongest supporters,' forcing the Church to violate some of its religious convictions.
Campaign manager David Plouffe claims that, eventually, states will be expanding medicaid, the economy will strengthen, Washington won't shut down, immigration will reform... all after Obama leaves office.