Mark Levin responds to Chris Matthews saying F. W. de Klerk, the last president in apartheid-era South Africa, was more patriotic than Republican leaders who oppose President Obama and his pol
Pat Buchanan, Eleanor Clift, Mort Zuckerman and Ryan Grim.
PRESIDENT OBAMA: There are times where I, as President of the United States, am going to have different tactical perspectives than the Prime Minister of Israel -- and that is understandable, because Israel cannot contract out its security. In light of the history that the people of Israel understand all too well, they have to make sure that they a
White House: In this week’s address, President Obama says that before Congress leaves for vacation, they should extend unemployment benefits for 1.3 million hardworking Americans who will lose this lifeline at the end of the year. PRESIDENT OBAMA: Hi, everybody. The holiday season is a time for remembering the bonds we share, and
JUDY WOODRUFF: We were talking about -- seriously, David, we were talking about income inequality. Mark was -- I asked both of you about the president saying this week he's -- he wants to devote the rest of his time in office to trying to do something about income inequality in this country. DAVID BROOKS: Well, it's one of the big major issu
MAYOR ROB FORD: What you guys are doing down there, I just, I can’t get my head around it because it’s costing a fortune, and I don’t know where you guys are going to find the money, except the taxpayers pockets. And I think people are taxed to death, and I don’t mind two-tier healthcare; if you want healthcare, you pay for it. I understand
REP. RENEE ELLMERS (R-NC): Merry Christmas, everyone, and hello, my name is Renee Ellmers, and I represent North Carolina’s Second Congressional District. Like many of you, I’m frustrated with the president’s health care law, especially where jobs and working families are concerned. I say this not only as a congresswoman and chair of the