In the State of the Union, President Obama spent exactly 44 words on health reform; in 2010 he spent 570. Is the President backing away from his prized achievement, the Affordable Care Act? How should we interpret the complete lack of attention?
Conservatives anxious to jump on the Christie bandwagon are in for a big surprise. That's assuming they look past Christie's pugnacious style -- including his highly publicized attacks on public sector unions -- and start examining his actual record.
The Huffington Post's Howard Fineman appeared on "The Chris Matthews Show" Sunday, along with the BBC's Katty Kay, MSNBC's Norah O'Donnell, and Time ...
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, a potential Republican presidential candidate respected for his fiscal prudence, credits his success in government to the business skills he learned as a pharmaceutical executive.
The voucher program signed into Indiana law today will not only expand state control over schools by requiring adherence to a single curriculum, it will also cut into the market for non-accredited schools.