’60 Minutes’ segment highlighted financial transactions involving Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi
Liberal politicians offer support, encouragement, plans for action
New York Democratic Rep. tells crowd of pro-choice advocates that Republicans are ‘here to kill women’
If Former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs works at Facebook, the social network’s D.C. team could join the ranks of Silicon Valley
Environmentalists want to ban antimicrobial hand soaps and body washes.
Some members of Congress call for a reinstatement of fairness doctrine after Arizona shooting
We are having a national conversation about limiting one side of the conversation.
The issue forces Obama and the Democrats into a political corner.
Political violence is wrong. Selective condemnation of that violence is also wrong. It should not be used to malign political foes for partisan purposes.
Rules Committee rancor mirrors health-care debate - The Daily Caller
Chairwoman Louise Slaughter dismissed criticism from Republican Mike Pence of Indiana that using the ‘Slaughter solution’ to pass health care would be unconstitutional
The Closer - The Daily Caller
Democrats are set to release a final Congressional Budget Office report on their health-care bill early this afternoon and House Majority Whip James Clyburn told The Daily Caller he will have enough votes by Saturday
Whatever you think of the health care reform bill now moving to a final vote, this most current strategy makes a mockery of our history and our form of government
'So what?' says Steny Hoyer - The Daily Caller
Democrats put on the defensive over ‘Slaughter solution’
Rebel ... please - The Daily Caller
Boehner calls on Americans to ‘rise up’ against health-care bill
Pelosi: We will have the votes - The Daily Caller
'Slaughter Solution' - THE DAILY CALLER
House Democrats appear set to pass Senate bill without voting on it
'I think we can' - The Daily Caller
Are Democrats marching toward a health-care bill behind the scenes, or are they slipping backwards? On Thursday, disagreement over abortion language appeared more intractable than ever, a key procedural move was ruled out, and votes in the House continued to move the wrong way
Every day, someone sends me a puzzling e-mail in which he tells me what he’s had for breakfast. And it’s not within the context of a larger narrative, or because I’ve asked him what he eats for breakfast, or to agitate some kind of Hegelian dialectic—nor is it particularly friendly. It’s simply declarative: “Today I had a corn muffin.” Or, “Today I had a Spanish Omelet.” I’m not sure if this is his attempt at engaging me—does he want to know what I had for breakfast? Or if it’s just his way of documenting his eating habits. In any case, it just isn’t the kind of information with which I can do anything of real consequence. Yet, for some inexplicable reason, I keep them all.