Key Quote: "Boehner will always be remembered by the residents of D.C. for his kindness, leadership and willingness to challenge the status quo and fight to ensure low income families have more access to quality educational options."
Do you remember when President Obama tried to tax middle-class college savings plans in order to pay for more Washington spending? We do:
The fight against President Obama’s nuclear agreement with Iran is “just beginning.”
Remember all of that skepticism behind the president’s Iran nuclear deal? Well, it’s growing.
That’s how President Obama is attempting to sell the American people on his nuclear deal with Iran – but he doesn’t seem to be getting far.
Here’s a closer look at the growing skepticism of the president’s Iran Deal:
While America has made remarkable strides in medical research and innovation over the last 15 years, we must do better.
Those of us who have lost a loved one to an incurable disease know this all too well.
So it’s especially frustrating to hear that a tangled mess of approval processes, paperwork, and bureaucracy could be standing in the way of cures for diseases like Alzheimer’s, diabetes, or cancer.
Key Quote: “Angry at what they saw as the Obama administration’s frequent flouting of congressional authority, House Republicans last year began casting about for a way to fight back. … Despite criticism from congressional Democrats and some legal experts that he is turning a partisan political fight into a legal one, Mr. Boehner is resolute.
In a speech this week to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, President Obama delivered more lip service to the American people as he avoided addressing his administration’s broken promises to our nation’s veterans, including the hundreds of thousands of disabled veterans who sat on waiting lists for months – even years – just to receive the benefits and compensation they so rightly earned.
If there’s one thing Cincinnati knows how to do, it’s summer.
From our ice cream to our amusement parks, we’ve got this whole summer thing down.
And if you ask anyone from Cincinnati, they’ll tell you: it’s just not summer without a night at the ballpark.