Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told attendees at a Tuesday HHS forum that the debate over Paul Ryan's Medicare plan "is not likely to stop over the next three months."
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Country singer Willie Nelson's daughter, Amy Nelson, and granddaughter, Raelyn Nelson, sang and protested outside of the South Korean embassy in Washington, D.C., last to raise awareness about the dog and cat meat trade.
The grassroots group, Americans for Prosperity, hosted a "Hands off my Healthcare" rally in Washington, D.C. to let their members of Congress know that they want to repeal Obamacare.
Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King argued Thursday that lawmakers should pass a bill that makes English the official U.S. language because unity, rather than diversity, is America's strength.
Minnesota Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann told The Daily Caller Wednesday that author Gore Vidal's "snotty, mocking attitude" helped her realize she was a conservative.
The leader of a group of black pastors opposed to gay marriage lashed out at President Barack Obama during a Tuesday appearance at the National Press Club. In his remarks, Rev. William Owens accused Obama of being "unprofessional" for ignoring him and insinuated that Obama had condoned child molestation by endorsing gay marriage.
Flamboyant Internet freedom activist Kim DotCom, who is currently fighting extradition to the U.S. after his Megaupload network of file-sharing websites was taken offline in January by the Justice Department, has come out with a song of protest against President Barack Obama.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson told The Daily Caller that the massacre at the midnight premiere of "The Dark Night Rises" in Aurora, Colo., might have ended differently if an audience member was also carrying a gun.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka said Thursday that his union will not be at the Democratic convention, "do[es] not intend to put any money into the convention" and will be hosting its own convention -- without Obama.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie called the war on drugs a "failure" during a speech at the Washington, D.C.-based Brookings Institution on Monday, and tied his objection to the decades-long campaign to his anti-abortion stance.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie had a message Monday for Obama and Congress: "Learn how to walk and chew gum at the same time" instead of throwing up your hands and giving up.
New jobs numbers for June released Friday show that Americans 18-29 years old continue to suffer under the Obama administration with a 12.8% unemployment rate.
Randy Barnett, the Georgetown University law professor acknowledged by many as the leading legal intellectual arguing against President Obama's health care overhaul, spoke at the Cato Institute Monday about the timing of the Supreme Court's ruling on the law. It's good, he said, because "we have an election teed up in order" to "reverse Obamacare."
Cato scholar: Obamacare decision ‘most politically acceptable conclusion that the court could reach’
Trevor Burrus of the libertarian think tank Cato Institute told The Daily Caller on Thursday that the Supreme Court upheld the individual mandate as a tax because "it was the most politically acceptable conclusion that the court could reach."
The Daily Caller spoke to both tea party and pro-Obamacare protesters outside of the Supreme Court to get their reaction to the health care reform law which was upheld, as a tax, in a 5-4 decision on Thursday.
Rev. Al Sharpton met with African-American and Latino civil rights leaders in Washington, D.C. Tuesday, warning that he has "activities" planned for this week in anticipation of House Republicans' vote to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress.
Former GOP presidential nominee Herman Cain said Friday that President Obama "wants to rewrite the Bible according to Obama."