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      John Rossomando

      John Rossomando is an experienced journalist whose work has been featured in numerous publications such as CNSNews.com, Newsmax and Crisis Magazine. He also served as senior managing editor of The Bulletin, a 100,000-circulation daily newspaper in Philadelphia and received the Pennsylvania Associated Press Managing Editors first-place award in 2008 for his reporting.

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Paul Ryan ‘loves’ the idea of Herman Cain’s tax plan

FILE - In this April 5, 2011 file photo, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wis., touts his 2012 federal budget plan during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

House Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan said in an interview with The Daily Caller that he “loves” the idea of having "specific and credible" plans, like presidential candidate Herman Cain’s signature "9-9-9" proposal, in the national debate about tax policy.

Obama attacks banks while raking in Wall Street dough

12:39 AM 10/10/2011

Despite his rhetorical attacks on Wall Street, a study by the Sunlight Foundation’s Influence Project shows that President Barack Obama has received more money from Wall Street than any other politician over the past 20 years, including former President George W. Bush.

More solar companies led by Democratic donors received federal loan guarantees

12:51 AM 09/29/2011

A Daily Caller investigation has found that in addition to the failed company Solyndra, at least four other solar panel manufacturing companies receiving in excess of $500 million in loan guarantees from the Obama administration employ executives or board members who have donated large sums of money to Democratic campaigns.

GOP leadership faces possible tea party revolt in 2012

12:21 AM 09/21/2011

Tea party activist David Lewis’s announcement Friday that he plans to mount a primary challenge to House Speaker John Boehner could indicate a larger problem for the GOP leadership, and point to restlessness among an important segment of the tea party faithful.

Solyndra to The Daily Caller in February: ‘The federal government has not spent a dime on Solyndra’

4:51 PM 09/15/2011

An email from February 2011 shows that the now-bankrupt solar energy company Solyndra denied receiving money from the federal government. Solyndra spokesperson David Miler reacted viscerally to an early Daily Caller report about a growing congressional investigation into $535 million in federal loan guarantees, which have recently become the subject of scandal and intense scrutiny.

Union members could cost Obama Pennsylvania in 2012

1:15 AM 09/08/2011

New polling shows reliably blue Pennsylvania, a state that hasn’t voted for a Republican for president since 1988, could be up for grabs in 2012. And in a wisdom-bending development, organized labor could help the state trend red.

GOP staffers: Tax reform teed up for September

10:12 PM 08/28/2011

Republican staffers tell The Daily Caller that new tax cuts and regulatory reforms aimed at jumpstarting the economy will be on the agenda in the House of Representatives when it returns from recess after Labor Day.

Conference aims to normalize pedophilia

10:00 AM 08/15/2011

If a small group of psychiatrists and other mental health professionals have their way at a conference this week, pedophiles themselves could play a role in removing pedophilia from the American Psychiatric Association’s bible of mental illnesses — the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), set to undergo a significant revision by 2013.  Critics warn that their success could lead to the decriminalization of pedophilia.

Waxman breaks own rule by outing whistleblower at NRC hearing

12:14 AM 05/09/2011

California Democratic Rep. Henry Waxman was among the loudest proponents of whistleblower protections during the Bush years  ̶  particularly when the subject was the Iraq war  ̶  but GOP staffers say his attitude seems to have changed with the shift to a Democratic administration.