Which Avenger would he be?
Bush co-chaired a Council on Foreign Relations task force that recommended a slate of policies on immigration to then Labor Secretary Hilda Solis.
After promising transparency, the state hasn’t revealed some results of a test into what caused its execution drug to be defective.
A panel of judges from the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals denied the government’s request to allow the president’s immigration executive action to move forward.
As a recent graduate of Harvard Law, Obama discussed his childhood and race in America. He also read a passage from Dreams From My Father and performed a series of impersonations.
“I have been doing business in China for decades, and I will tell you that yeah, the Chinese can take a test, but what they can’t do is innovate.”
Amanda Renteria, the political director for the Clinton campaign, has a potentially rough road to navigate in a role closely watched by Latino operatives. But just as with the campaign’s unexpected moves on immigration, which she helped shape — early returns have been good.
“I object.” The Senate blocked an outright extension of the Patriot Act, and failed to pass the bipartisan USA Freedom Act, which would change some of the surveillance program early Saturday morning.
…and get crushed. The challenges of the “everyday” campaign.
“It’s a shame to see that the Washington machine has co-opted Gov. Walker on” the Patriot Act.
“I haven’t had a chance obviously to talk with all the military experts that I would respect but from what I can see and from the information that I have, absolutely.”
“We need to have the capacity to collect information that can be used to identify individuals who are linked to enemy combatants who are gonna do us harm.”
“If it’s all about the past and you know, about whether the Bushes are going to break the Adams family in terms of the number of people that are president, that’s a loser and I’ll totally get that.”
Although Judge Callie Granade expanded a marriage case to the whole state on Thursday, she also put the ruling on hold until the Supreme Court rules on its pending marriage cases.
The two developments were announced Thursday in a closely watched transgender case out of California.
“There’s a good number from Indonesia, there are from Morocco, and other places around the world, many of whom aren’t looking for work in the United States. They’ve got other motives and we need to wake up to that.”
“Do you think street gang members spend more time watching Murphy Brown, or Terminator?” A look at the DNC’s surrogate oppo book in 1992.
The former defense secretary, now president of the Boy Scouts, called upon the organization to make a change “sooner rather than later.”
In a letter signed by 22 Democrats and one Republican, the senators call on Defense Secretary to implement named protections for gay, lesbian, and bisexual service members.
“Knowing now — and again, you never know at the time what you’re gonna find out years later — knowing now that the WMD were there, it probably — it would not have been appropriate to invade at that time.”
The Oklahoma Republican Party’s chairman has refused to fire an official who pleaded guilty to domestic violence, despite demands within the party for him to do so. Cruz is scheduled to speak at the party’s fundraiser on Friday.
Clinton hasn’t sharply criticized the economy under President Obama — unless she’s talking about small businesses. Then it’s “targeted credits and deductions” and an “excess in regulation and paperwork,” and sounding almost like a Republican.
Who’s the worst Republican presidential candidate according to King? Paul and Cruz!
Most GOP senators won’t be “standing with Rand” as Paul launched into what will likely be a very long floor speech on Wednesday to fight the Patriot Act.
“The fact is, if we’re going to single an area out for being dangerous, Atlanta would come far ahead of New York.”
‘Cause I’m a motorcycle man.
The state would be the first conservative state in decades to ban executions. Gov. Pete Ricketts says he will veto the bill — but it passed with a veto-proof majority.
“And my party is in a bad spot over this issue, and if we don’t wake up and get our heads in a better spot, we’re going to lose yet again.”
“And let me say for the record, I certainly do not trust the ayatollah.” Update: Johnson made similar comments two weeks ago.