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GOP senator: Obamacare replacement has ‘zero’ chance of passing Senate as is

Hours after the GOP-controlled House narrowly passed a bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare, a Republican senator said the bill has “zero chance” to pass the Senate as is. Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., said the sweeping health care passed Thursday will not pass quickly through the Senate without major adjustments. The New York Post reported

Clinton urges supporters to accept Trump victory, give him ‘chance to lead’

Hillary Clinton, in her first public remarks since her stunning defeat overnight to President-elect Donald Trump, urged her millions of supporters to “accept this result” and give her Republican rival a “chance to lead” as she voiced hope the country could move past the divisions of the grueling 2016 campaign. “This is not the outcome

Commission on Presidential Debates systematically screws over Republicans…

Matthew Vadum, The Rigged Debates. …But especially one named Donald Trump. After three decades of political atrocities perpetrated against Republicans it is clear that the allegedly neutral Commission on Presidential Debates is irredeemably corrupt. No one knows this better than GOP candidate Donald Trump who has been abused and undermined by the commission’s corrupt practices

Sen. Feinstein says ˜it’s hard to be comfortable’ with the Bergdahl deal

 Man, there sure are a lot of Democrats climbing on board the Republican Scandal Machine these days.  Just for fun, go back and re-read Dana Milbank’s embarrassing Washington Post screed on that subject today, knowing what we’ve learned about the Bowe Bergdahl affair since he wrote it.  Pretty much everything he whined about as a product of

Liberals’ Bogus Lashback against the Bergdahl Backlash

Shawn Mitchell Obama’s professional protectors in the media are displeased with questions from skeptical Americans. The Rose Garden photo op and embellished story of the president bringing home a captured warrior unraveled in roughly 2.5 seconds. Turns out, it was at best a dubious deal, at worst a treasonous sell-out, returning five of the deadliest

Obama to take executive steps on student loans

 President Barack Obama is prepping new executive steps to help Americans struggling to pay off their student debt, and throwing his support behind Senate Democratic legislation with a similar goal but potentially a much more profound impact. Obama on Monday will announce he’s expanding his “Pay As You Earn” program that lets borrowers pay no

Pat Buchanan: Somewhere, Bin Laden Is Smiling

 Bowe Bergdahl was “an American prisoner of war captured on the battlefield” who “served the United States with distinction and honor,” asserted Susan Rice, the president’s national security adviser. Rice was speaking to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos the morning after Barack Obama’s Rose Garden celebration of Bergdahl’s release. When she spoke last Sunday, could Rice have

White House Calls Bergdahl’s Fellow Soldiers Liars

Sher Zieve  There are no depths to which the Obama syndicate will not sink, in order to suppress and destroy the truth. And there is no tactic too demeaning for them to use against their enemies. Now, it appears the soldiers who daily protect Americans have been targeted by the Obama White House collective as

Obama Asked Networks For Primetime Slot to Announce 7.1 Obamacare Enrollees, Was Rejected

Earlier this week President Obama announced 7.1 million Americans had “enrolled” (whatever the heck that means at this point) in Obamacare. He made the announcement in the Rose Garden at the White House complete with a roaring crowd. But apparently, a Rose Garden announcement wasn’t what Obama really wanted. Instead, he asked the networks to

Obama to speak in the White House Rose Garden at 1:15 p.m. EDT

President Barack Obama’s top national security advisers gathered at the White House on Saturday, and Syrian television broadcast scenes of fighter jets, tanks and troops in training, flip sides of a countdown to a likely U.S. military strike meant to punish Bashar Assad’s government for the alleged use of chemical weapons. After days of deliberations,