Tick, tock, the clock has run out on John Boehner and his GOP cohort to present a credible immigration reform plan to the nation.
President Obama’s best bet is to ignore the Republicans' circular firing squad and focus on Americans who are hurting. This is about taking concrete steps that help expand the middle class, provide more well-paying jobs and ensure opportunity for those who have been shut out.
Rand Paul has now added the latest entry in the desperate Republican attempt to smear the Clintons.
Gates's leadership is the touchstone upon which America awakens into the century. He might be seen as the new American archetype. And what is important is that Hillary Clinton might be as well.
Ten years ago, I lobbied House of Commons member Glenda Jackson — the great British actress who had turned to politics — and asked if England was fully informed about the apocalyptic, millennialist, religious visions rising in America, especially from rural folk-radio preachers in the Appalachian hills and hollers where I’d spent the previous decade.
It must have been funny amid the glamour, gluttony, greed, glitterati and glorification of global elites in Davos at the World Economic Forum to observe the faces of the top 1 percent of the 1 percent as a representative of Pope Francis read his denunciation of the self-indulgence and self-adoration the forum represents.
New York Sen. Charles Schumer (D) doubled down on his previous calls for President Obama to use the IRS to target Tea Party groups while speaking before the extreme-left, tax-exempt Center for American Progress yesterday.
Time magazine this week sees 100 years of dry in the California drought, a condition it says which could get much, much worse. Other reports say it is the worst drought since the 1500s. It is not the first of our American conditions which has gotten much, much worse.
On May Day 2011, then-New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg (I) appeared on “Meet the Press” and offered an idea for revitalizing the U.S. economy by letting in all immigrants but requiring that they live in Detroit for five to 10 years.