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Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsRead more about the faceoff that never happened. Updated at 2:20 p.m. One of only a handful of joint appearances between U.S. Rep. Ron Klein, D-Boca Raton, and challenger Allen West, R-Plantation, didn???t happen. The Voters Coalition, the bipartisan........
WASHINGTON -- It's never a good sign for a president when he feels compelled to assure the public he still has a pulse. This is the unenviable position President Obama was in Tuesday morning when he held a news conference in the White House briefing...
— Most people don't remember ObamaCare's notorious Section 1233, mandating government payments for end-of-life counseling. It aroused so much anxiety as a possible first slippery step on the road to state-mandated late-life rationing that the Senate...
After a year of campaign sound and fury, we're about to hold an election that will probably fail to usher in the one thing voters of all stripes would like to see: an end to the partisan gridlock in Congress. Neither President Obama nor Mitt Romney...
Who is the real Romney? Only a month from election day and almost 20 years into Mitt Romney's political career, the question is still being asked. Is it Moderate Mitt, the governor of Massachusetts who once championed abortion rights and enacted a...
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld President Barack Obama's sweeping health care legislation Thursday in a narrow 5-4 ruling. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the majority opinion, which said that the Commerce Clause of the Constitution does not give Congress...
Tags: Judges, Anthony Kennedy, National Government, Insurance, Trials
"In my first term, we passed healthcare reform," President Obama joked this spring. "In my second term, I guess I'll pass it again." Thanks to the Supreme Court, Obama can take that item off his agenda. But Chief JusticeJohn G. Roberts Jr.guaranteed...
No Barack Obama's first "thank you" call should have gone to George W. Bush. It was, after all, his presidential predecessor's Supreme Court appointee John Roberts who sided with liberal justices in giving "Obamacare" an A-OK. The question is not...
Tags: Health Care Reform (2009), Health
In 2009, President Obama was asked whether the individual mandate in his healthcare plan was really just a tax in disguise. "I absolutely reject that notion," he responded. But if the president had been brave enough back then to call a tax a tax, his...
Tags: Judges, U.S. Senate, National Government, Elections, Government
There may still be half a dozen contenders for the Republican presidential nomination, but the race has always had room for only two: Mitt Romney and someone who isn't Mitt Romney. After four full-scale debates, that second spot, reserved for a more...
Last week's Republican mini-debate may not have been the most auspicious way for a presidential candidate to introduce himself to a national audience. The stage in South Carolina didn't include most of the party's top names; instead, it boasted former...
The news from Washington — bickering over the debt ceiling, poor prospects for the economy — hasn't been uplifting lately. It's time for some beach reading. And I have just the ticket. There's a whole crop of potential Republican presidential...
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