The future of gun control and immigration reform, and how effective or meaningful either law ultimately would be, remains uncertain. What is certain is that neither guns nor immigration is a public priority, or even close to one.
Romney edged out Obama, 49-45, when extremely likely voters were asked which presidential candidate they’d trust to manage their family budget, according to a poll commissioned by national debt watchdog Public Notice.
President Obama’s reelection campaign has settled on two primary criticisms of Republican challenger Mitt Romney: His policy proposals are too vague and he’s lying about the details he puts forward.
President Barack Obama is perpetuating a repeatedly debunked claim regarding his commitment to deficit reduction, one of the highest priority issues for voters this election cycle.
Barack Obama’s talking point that Paul Ryan will “end Medicare as we know it” is failing, according to a new poll.
Independent Maine Senate candidate Angus King’s fiscal record during his eight-year tenure as the state’s governor is under fire from Maine Republicans and outside pro-business groups and becoming a major factor in the three-way race.
Former Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine left the state with a $22 billion deficit when he departed office in 2010, according to a Washington Free Beacon analysis.
President Obama took a break from the Hollywood fundraising circuit last week to tout his economic record in front of ordinary voters. However, his two-day “Betting on America” bus tour through Ohio and Pennsylvania coincided with the release of another disappointing jobs report, the latest troubling news about the economy.
At least seven Democratic U.S. senators may reject their party’s plan to let the Bush tax cuts partially expire unless Congress finds a deficit reduction compromise.