For new health care reform bill to work, government has to ration care. But will politicians (and special interests) do better than insurance firms (and greed)?
A House plan to 'deem' the Senate version of healthcare reform is very convenient, especially for those who want to support the bill without admitting it to voters.
Men's groups are demanding an apology after Harry Reid's comments linking a rise in unemployment with a rise in domestic abuse. But some studies support the Senate majority leader's claims.
The White House has invited congressional Republicans to join Democrats for a healthcare summit to be moderated by President Obama and broadcast live. But Obama says legislative proposals should be on the table, and the GOP wants to start from scratch.
Intra-party squabbling among conservatives – especially with Tea Partiers thrown into the mix – is not good news for the GOP. They're beginning to act like Democrats.
But the rhetoric is just as confrontational. And it’s got most of the likely GOP presidential candidates lining up for a straw poll.
In addition to healthcare, there are two wars, Iran, North Korea, and climate change, plus the economy.
In his radio address, he takes on “death panels” and other “outrageous” charges. In rebuttal, Rep. Tom Price slams “Democrats’ government-run health plan."