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At the risk of linking to Dana Milbank, allow me to quote John Mica, the man who single-handedly sat the FAA on the sidelines for two weeks: “I’ve had a brutal week, getting beat up by everybody,” Mica told me, minutes after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced a deal
Republicans are barnstorming across the country in support of a balanced budget amendment. This, they say, will force government to “live within its means” and lead to surging economic growth, though I’m not really sure how they get from A to B. But we don’t really have to guess about
This is a good piece of data to take into the Catfood Commission II hearings. Remember how Bernie Sanders and other Social Security defenders insist that Social Security is solvent and on track to pay full benefits for the next 26 years? It turns out they’re wrong. It’s able to
It’s not just Eric Schneiderman. Bank of America faces a new lawsuit from the state of Washington, whose Attorney General, Rob McKenna, is a Republican. The case involves ReconTrust, a foreclosure trustee that forecloses loans serviced by BofA and is wholly owned by BofA as well. McKenna argues in the
The Army plans to drop its deployment time for soldiers in war zones, in a signal that less and less troops will be needed for current operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. NBC News has learned that the Army is going to announce that most combat deployments will decrease from one
Unofficially, 109 Syrians died in Hama yesterday, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that over 2,000 have died since the beginning of the uprising there. And yet the protesters continue to take to the streets in defiance of the government crackdown. It’s truly remarkable, given the danger present. Tens