White House’s spending cuts? Critics call it creative Washington accounting

Critics say the cuts proposed by the White House are more a reflection of creative Washington accounting than of substantive cuts.

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The L Word: Voters call Obama a liarComments Off

 A new Fox News poll shows President Obama’s divide-and-conquer strategy won’t save Democrats in the midterms.

Arkansas Dem running for governor files complaint against party for ‘unfair treatment’Comments Off

An Arkansas Democratic candidate for governor reportedly filed a complaint against her state and local party after they allegedly barred her from speaking at an upcoming political dinner.

ObamaCare proxy war? Republicans could use Burwell nomination as leverageComments Off

The Sylvia Mathews Burwell nomination for HHS secretary poses opportunities for Senate Republicans who want to combat ObamaCare head on.

Cash-strapped Illinois gov’t eyes Chicago casino as revenue jackpotComments Off

When you’re hungry, even a three-day-old banana and sardine sandwich looks good. And when you are as broke as Illinois, the promise of billions of dollars from a Chicago casino looks amazing.

‘Declining political appetite’ for wind industry tax credits, report saysComments Off

Expired federal tax credits for the wind industry are in front of Congress again, but the political future for the long-standing subsidies is anything but safe, according to a new report.

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