“The President just can’t sit there and say, ‘I’m not going to negotiate’”
President Barack Obama and Speaker of the House John Boehner may suffer from what one official termed a “trust deficit,” but that is not defeating hopes of a negotiated settlement to this month’s fiscal crises.
While Obama has …
Federal government sticks it to the poor as programs that low-income families depend on face the impact of the shutdown.
The Senate Majority Leader says John Boehner lacks the courage to do what is right
The Vice President doesn’t take kindly to GOP Congressmen lecturing federal employees
With less than two weeks remaining for Congress to raise the debt limit, the Treasury Department released a report Thursday revisiting the economic impact of the 2011 debt ceiling crisis, which sent financial markets into a …
But he sure as hell won’t be dissed!
Debt ceiling begins to take center stage
How furloughed government workers are making the best of partisan gridlock
Head Start students are among the first Americans sidelined by the ongoing budget crisis, ironically during Head Start Awareness Month
Ever wondered what government Twitter accounts are “essential” enough to keep tweeting through a government shutdown?
No end in sight to the standoff
If congressional Republicans can’t delay or defund Obamacare, they hope to at least walk away from the latest budget fight on Capitol Hill with a rhetorical, if disingenuous, weapon to use in the future.