Asked whether DNI James Clapper should be criminally charged over statements made to Congress, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said, “Otherwise you’re just encouraging people to lie to us.”
Twelve Republicans vote for cloture, setting the bill up for a final passage vote this week.
A Kentucky doctor took out a newspaper ad saying he was closing his practice “due to the policies of Obamacare.” The reason is a federal requirement that he keep electronic records.
Michigan Republican Terri Lynn Land is running for Sen. Carl Levin’s seat.
An exec at Sheldon Adelson’s Las Vegas Sands Corporation presented the case against legalized online gambling to state attorneys general this week. The rival Caesar’s Entertainment Corporation argues for regulated internet gambling.
“I’ve talked to Speaker Boehner and he’s totally committed to this but he needs to find a way to get enough support.”
“We’re past that now. We need to now fix this,” Terri Lynn Land said Monday morning, when asked about repealing and defunding Obamacare. Later in the afternoon, Land tweeted, “I support defunding and repeal.”
The plan will give insurers the option of renewing plans canceled under the Affordable Care Act. “We fumbled the rollout,” Obama says of launch problems.
The minute long spot is titled “Generations” and focuses on Cheney’s family history in the Cowboy State.
Jack Kimball, former state GOP chair, sent an email warning that a large number of “white trucks and humvee type vehicles headed South toward NH.”
Former President Bill Clinton said, “Even if it takes a change to the law, the president should honor the commitment” to let people keep their health insurance.
Mike’s “protection money” muffled a rowdy town. The city’s going to be noisy again.
Delayed by the government shutdown, the report finds Capitol Police self-deployed to the shooting site, but traffic gridlock prevented an emergency response team from making it there.
De Blasio’s landslide victory may have been anticlimactic, but enthusiasm for the incoming New York City mayor was high Tuesday night.
“The cash chase is going to be vicious… they’re going to inundate voters in Wyoming in a way they’ve never experienced before.”
Cheney said last week that there were “legitimate questions and concerns” with the National Security Agency program, but in June she said she was “a supporter” of the program.
Texas Rep. Steve Stockman gave copies of the book “Impeachable Offenses: The Case For Removing Barack Obama From Office” to every member of Congress this month.
The rollout of Obamacare exchanges on HealthCare.gov has not been smooth and opponents and supporters are sharing plenty of opinions on its Facebook page.
Billionaire Sheldon Adelson advocated sending a nuclear bomb into the desert of Iran as a warning shot. “And then you say, ‘See, the next one is in the middle of Tehran. So we mean business. You want to be wiped out, go ahead, take a tough position and then continue with your nuclear development.’”
Beck said this was “just the beginning” and that he plans to do more segments on Norquist. “He is the guy responsible for a lot of the Muslim Brotherhood stuff that goes on in the White House, isn’t he?” Beck asked.