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Why Obama Used 22 Pens to Sign the Health Care Bill
We’re Calling It, Healthcare Is Going To Pass
We’re Calling It, Healthcare Is Going To Pass Alright, we’re calling it. Healthcare is going to pass. Dennis Kucinich has announced his intention to support the bill, and now, according to ace Washington Independent reporter David Weigel, even the tea partiers are feeling dispirited. Kucinich is an odd one, but he’s actually important, and presumably […]
First doses of H1N1 flu vaccine arrive
A national campaign to inoculate tens of millions of Americans against H1N1 influenza began Monday, with health care workers in Indiana and Tennessee targeted as the first recipients, federal health authorities said. Obama will be joined by, among others, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, House Minority Leader John Boehner, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and the heads of the Armed Services and Foreign Relations committees in the House and Senate, the officials said
Sharp division inside White House on Afghanistan, analyst says
Health-Care Reform: Democrats Brace for Next Challenge
With the passage of health-care-reform legislation out of the Senate Finance Committee expected on Tuesday, the debate moves into a new and delicate stage. It is one that will test the legislative and political skills of Senate majority leader Harry Reid and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on a scale that no congressional leadership team has had to face in at least four decades.
Reassessing Obama’s ‘war of necessity’
As support for the war in Afghanistan dips to an all-time low, some leading lawmakers are questioning President Obama’s approach to what he calls a “war of necessity.” Just 39 percent of Americans favor the war in Afghanistan compared to 58 percent who oppose it, according to a national CNN/Opinion Research Corp. survey released Tuesday.
Pentagon plans troops to target roadside Afghanistan bombs
Defense Secretary Robert Gates is expected to approve sending thousands of additional forces to Afghanistan to deal with the growing threat from roadside bombs, Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell said Friday. Over the past two weeks, Gates has concluded that there are not enough forces or equipment in Afghanistan to protect U.S