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  • Invitation designed to embarrass president

    Invitation designed to embarrass president
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu certainly has the freedom to speak; just not to a joint session of Congress of the United States, unless he is invited by the president of the United States. That is the law. The president is the...
  • Republicans must govern

    Republicans must govern
    Congress needs to get its act together. I believe the American electorate last November gave the Republicans the power to govern. Now, House Speaker John Boehner is preparing for a potential Department of Homeland Security shutdown later this month, and...
  • Congress should hear out Netanyahu

    Congress should hear out Netanyahu
    When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses Congress on Tuesday about the dangers posed by Iran's nuclear program, he will have to overcome the deafening political static created by the circumstances of his invitation. Not only did House...
  • Boehner on the hot seat

    WASHINGTON -- One of this city's current mysteries is why Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner wants to hold onto the job. His roughly four years in the post have been a nonstop struggle not only with the Democrat in the Oval Office but also...
  • Cancel the Netanyahu speech

    Cancel the Netanyahu speech
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu intends to go ahead with his speech to Congress on Iran's nuclear program despite the accusation by Deputy Foreign Minister Tzachi Hanegbi that House Speaker John Boehner misrepresented the invitation. The whole...
  • Debbie Wasserman-Schultz walks fine line on Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress

    Debbie Wasserman-Schultz walks fine line on Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress
    U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Weston, chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, continued her delicate balancing act Thursday on next week's planned congressional address by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel. The speech was...
  • Republican majorities struggle to get Congress working

    Republican majorities struggle to get Congress working
    After six weeks in session and 139 roll call votes in a House and Senate that feature some of the largest Republican majorities in generations, one of the most telling statistics from the new Congress is this: President Obama's veto threats outnumber...
  • No time to make America less safe

    No time to make America less safe
    Innocent people are being attacked in Copenhagen and Paris. Egyptian Christians have been beheaded by terrorists in Libya. Foreign cyber attacks are on the upswing. A new Gallup poll shows Americans believe ISIS and Islamic militant groups represent the...
  • Boehner threatens to boot Webster from House committee

    House Speaker John Boehner may be pulling back from his threat to boot Central Florida Congressman Dan Webster from the influential House Rules Committee for daring to challenge his role as Republican leader. "It’s not settled. It’s not...
  • Despite spat with speaker, Webster may keep Rules seat

    WASHINGTON — House Speaker John Boehner has threatened to boot Central Florida Congressman Dan Webster from the influential House Rules Committee as retribution for challenging his role as Republican leader. But after the initial dust-up, the...
  • U.S. Rep. Dan Webster says speaker bid was based on desire to 'make better laws'

    U.S. Rep. Dan Webster says speaker bid was based on desire to 'make better laws'
    U.S. Rep. Dan Webster, who represents a large swath of Lake County, said on a Leesburg radio progam today that he was spurred to make a bid for House speaker by a desire for "a better process to make better laws." Webster, R-Winter Garden, was one of...