President Obama has once again ignited the flames of partisanship. His concept of “working together” is giving him whatever he wants. Obama has now decided to embark upon a new divisive issue to drive a wedge between the American people. This time it is gun control. His intention is to create a plethora of new laws governing the possession of firearms and ammunition with the intent of preventing violent crimes.
President Obama and his administration are taking to the airwaves as President Franklin D. Roosevelt did during the early days of radio.
In a Keynote address before the Republican National Committee’s Winter Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal repeated many of the comments he made on national television after the November presidential election tonight in a speech and spoke in broad principles for the future of the country.
Vice President Biden is having a series of conversation with top administration officials on Google+. Today's installment is about reducing gun violence.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has released excerpts of his Key Note address speech for tonight in Charlotte North Carolina which release has been entitled by his press office: SPEECH EXCERPTS: Gov. Jindal to Refute President Obama’s Liberal Vision for America.
Yesterday, the President officially began his second term, but only after committing another mistake in reciting the oath of office. Four years ago, the culprit was Chief Justice John Roberts, who flubbed the wording of the oath. This time, Roberts recited the correct words, but the President was unable to properly enunciate the phrase “United States.”
Here's the full text of President Barack Obama's second inauguration address, courtesy of the White House:
Where does the Republican Party go from here? Are major changes in both direction and philosophy necessary?
The Obama administration will let no political opportunity go to waste. Tomorrow, the President will unveil his gun control agenda surrounded by children who wrote him letters in the aftermath of the Newtown tragedy.
After all that talk about falling off the fiscal cliff, you just knew that members of congress would do the right thing, and work out a compromise on the federal budget that would curtail any additional new spending, close generous tax loopholes, reign in entitlements, and take a dramatic whack out of current spending. Isn’t that what congressional leadership is all about, particularly at times of major financial crisis?