Hell of a hat tip.
Hell of a hat tip.
Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine tells BuzzFeed some lawmakers are meeting informally over altering the AUMF.
The Mississippi bill is the first of many varying “religious freedom” bills introduced in several states this year to advance to a governor since a more expansive bill was vetoed by Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer in February. Update: Gov. Bryant signed the bill April 3.
Media buys, death panels, Armageddon. The president announces the administration hit 7.1 million sign-ups in Obamacare.
HARD HAT = WORKING.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, who chairs the Oversight Subcommittee on National Security, fired off a letter to John Kerry requesting more documents relating to the purchase.
Averaging 2.5 stars. An odd Facebook feature!
Digging deep into the 1980s! When a Koch brother called Social Security a pyramid scheme.
A top White House official ventured to the Maryland offices of QSSI to share some bubbly as Obamacare enrollment hit a big milestone.
In a 2010 meeting in the Oval Office, the president told service chiefs they could “go do other things” if they didn’t support abolishing DADT, Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Robert Papp said.
A camel staring at the eye of a needle would decorate a new American embassy — in a country where the average income yearly is $1,250.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is doing a media blitz of local news channels for Obamacare’s sign-up deadline Monday.
Yes we can….spam your inbox.
President Obama warned that increased traffic could kill HealthCare.gov on the last day of enrollment at a Telemundo town hall.
Ronan Farrow reported the death Monday of Ray Hutchison, a former state legislator and the husband of the former Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison. But the broadcast showed a picture of Kay Bailey Hutchison with former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.
Henrique Capriles faces a split opposition and a shortage of funds. “It is not enough to get rid of Maduro.”
Saturday Night Live took aim at the president’s recent tour of the media to promote Obamacare that’s included Ryan Seacrest, Funny or Die, Late Night, and The Tonight Show.
The archive of North Carolina candidate Dr. Greg Brannon’s conspiracy website has disappeared. In the past, the Internet Archive has said they remove websites from their archive by request.
The White House senior adviser was asked for her favorite boy band, because…sure, why not.
In the latest files of previously unreleased documents from the Clinton Presidential Library, files from then-President Bill Clinton’s director of speechwriting Michael Waldman show a candid joke about porn inserted into drafts of Clinton’s 1998 State of the Union address. Update:Michael Waldman emails BuzzFeed to say that the joke written in his draft of the president’s State of Union address was by another staffer and notes of this draft aren’t his.
Now she’s desperately trying to get the photo taken down. What makes it even worse, she says, is that she signed up for health insurance via the Affordable Care Act and loves it. UPDATE — 7:51 p.m.: One of the pages, Right Wing News, has removed the image.
Happy birthday, Mister… Senator.
“Impact running as a choice, I’m just telling you that it won’t,” New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Friday, addressing the politically motivated shuttering of lanes on the George Washington Bridge by aides and allies that snarled traffic for days.
It could be a long, long time until there’s a verdict on what the effects of the first enrollment period are. Even the 6 million enrollment milestone can’t put an end to the debate. Uncertainty is the name of the game right now.
More than half of Californians oppose an expensive rail project supported by Gov. Jerry Brown that would take riders between Los Angeles and San Francisco in less than three hours. That doesn’t seem to bother Brown — and it doesn’t seem to be hurting him either.
The Spanish-language network has embarked on a company-wide initiative — through news and special programming — to get Latinos to sign up for health insurance. “[The law] has an outsized impact on our audience because of the statistics on uninsured Latinos,” said program director Stephen Keppel.
A reversal of Planned Parenthood’s challenge to the restrictions passed last year.
A case that advocates thought was done could see another day in court.
“When we pass this you’re going to see a different perspective,” Biden said. “Respect is a two-way street and this issue is central to our foreign policy.”