Articles By Joanne Butler
With last week's hubbub over Condoleezza Rice as possible veep, you may have missed how a House Republican group took legislative action to increase government subsidies to the one percent.
If talk radio had existed in 1776, the Declaration would have been the script.
The Republican benign-neglect approach to health care reform during the past decade was an unwitting contributor to the situation we find ourselves in today.
Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
No doubt, the Obama staff prides itself on their cultural sensitivities, love for diversity, and all that.
Mitt Romney’s rejection of a Super-Pac’s proposed anti-Obama campaign featuring Rev. Jeremiah Wright, the president’s former pastor, demonstrates that Romney has more political sense than the Super-Pac’s big daddy, Joe Ricketts, a longtime conservative donor and founder of TD Ameritrade.
While the rest of the world is focused on Greece’s exit from the euro zone, the news that caught my eye is Finland finally getting its first Starbucks café.
But seriously, big-brain budget chatter distracts us from what should be our top priority: Getting the economy back on track.
The blame game has already begun regarding Senator Richard Lugar’s anticipated loss in Tuesday’s Indiana Republican primary.