Everyone SAYS they want to cut the budget deficit, but when it comes to actually agreeing on a course of action, it’s not exactly a piece of cake.
Even on television from thousands of miles away, the Egyptian revolution was breathtaking. A moment to mark in history.
Might be time for a remake of an old classic film, with a contemporary twist: Mr. Smith gets out of Washington (or should that be Dodge?)
The U.S. government strongly supports democratic reforms in the Middle East. Just look at its comments on Egypt. But the American public doesn’t appear to be so gung-ho.
Mending fences is clearly the White House play of the week.
First a visit to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, now lunch with Republican leaders from Capitol Hill. What next?
If only he’d sent fruitcake…
President Barack Obama is clearly trying to make nice with the business community and he promised the Chamber of Commerce a new friendly era after two years of coldness.
Think legacy. That’s what President Barack Obama advised Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
Something to ponder while thinking about the crisis in Egypt: Chaos Theory or Domino Effect?
Here’s something that Republicans might want to hear: the White House is promising that its budget will include serious deficit control.
Much of the day was spent waiting…
Waiting for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to make his move so that U.S. officials could react and the crisis could lurch into potentially calmer territory.