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Obama's forgotten bipartisan pledge

Obama's forgotten bipartisan pledge

  • Oct 15, 2013
  • Source: Breitbart
  • by: Warner Todd Huston

"While [Obama] talks about bipartisanship, he has done little to act it out."

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How close is the Senate to a deal?

How close is the Senate to a deal?

  • Oct 15, 2013
  • Source: POLITICO
  • by: MANU RAJU and BURGESS EVERETT

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are finalizing a deal to avert a debt default and reopen the government, capping a frantic day that had Washington bracing for an economic crisis of its own making.

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More surprises await, assuming you can actually get the website to work

More surprises await, assuming you can actually get the website to work

  • Oct 14, 2013
  • Source: CNN Money
  • by: Tami Luhby

Premiums and deductibles may not be the only surprises awaiting Americans shopping for health insurance on the Obamacare exchanges.

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Is the Medical Device Tax on the table?

Is the Medical Device Tax on the table?

Administration officials are showings signs that the President may be warming to a plan to delay the controversial tax

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Supreme Court to review EPA overreach

Supreme Court to review EPA overreach

Supreme Court justices agreed Tuesday to review a challenge to the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to regulate greenhouse gases.

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Senate nears deal

Senate nears deal

  • Oct 15, 2013
  • Source: The Hill
  • by: Erik Wasson and Alexander Bolton

An emerging deal to reopen the government and raise the nation's debt ceiling until February gathered political momentum Monday evening after Senate Republicans signaled they would likely support it.

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The NSA wants to know who your 'buddies' are

The NSA wants to know who your 'buddies' are

You know... to catch terrorists

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One and done.

One and done.

Federal officials considered only one firm to design the Obamacare health insurance exchange website that has performed abysmally since its Oct. 1 debut.

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Rates soaring early under the 'Affordable' Care Act

Rates soaring early under the 'Affordable' Care Act

Many Americans shopping for better health insurance deals promised by the two-week-old Obamacare system are instead being slapped with rate shock, including savings-sapping deductibles and co-pays, according to multiple reports from around the country.

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Federal grants help Big Brother move in

Federal grants help Big Brother move in

  • Oct 13, 2013
  • Source: NY Times
  • by: SOMINI SENGUPTA

Federal grants have cities across the U.S. compiling 'reams' of data on citizens

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'Barry-cades' in place, riot police greet veterans

'Barry-cades' in place, riot police greet veterans

  • Oct 13, 2013
  • Source: Breitbart
  • by: Tony Lee

Secret Service and police in riot gear arrived to the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. Sunday to monitor veterans demanding that memorials barricaded due to the government shutdown be re-opened.

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House GOP ponders own short-term debt bill

House GOP ponders own short-term debt bill

The Republican leadership may try to regain the initiative on the current crisis.

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Answering the call

Answering the call

Veterans from across the nation will come to Washington, D.C. on Sunday to march at the World War II Memorial in protest of the Obama Administration's policy of closing the war memorial to veterans.

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$634,320,919 just doesn't buy what it used to

$634,320,919 just doesn't buy what it used to

  • Oct 10, 2013
  • Source: Breitbart
  • by: Dr. Susan Berry

The flagship website for the ObamaCare federal exchange that USA Today has called a “nightmare” and an “inexcusable mess” was built by CGI Federal and cost U.S. taxpayers $634,320,919.

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The shutdown:

The shutdown: "See you tomorrow."

President Barack Obama has turned down an offer from House Republicans to raise the debt ceiling and allow the federal government to continue borrowing money after it reaches the so-called debt ceiling next week.

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