Ben Carson proves once again why has no business ever being allowed to come anywhere near the Oval Office.
Here we go again with the Republicans yet again demanding a ransom in exchange for not defaulting on our debt.
Ted Cruz’s Popularity Soars among Tea Party Republicans.
Members of congress should hold off on any high-fives for a while, as the economic impact of the shutdown debacle isn't over yet.
The Beltway budget melodrama rolls on to its predictable and dreary end
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said over the weekend that he had prayed to God to guide him in the shutdown fight and was sure that "his will be done as I know it will be."
Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman on Sunday shot down <em>Wall Street Journal</em> columnist Peggy Noonan's argument that the Republican Party's tactic of shutting down the government and refusing to raise the debt ceiling was "business as usual."
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) on Sunday said that House Republicans would refuse any deal to raise the debt ceiling and re-open the government if it included backtracking on the austerity fiscal policy known as sequestration.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) asserted this week that the government shutdown could actually keep the U.S. from defaulting.
Rep. Joe Barton (R-TX) on Monday said that he would fight against raising the nation's debt ceiling and had a simple plan to avoid default, which involved not paying "every bill the day it comes in."
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