The chairmen of the five House committees investigating the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya are asking President Obama to release key documents related to the administration’s response.
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Today, five House committees released their progress report on the investigation into the terror attack in Beghazi. The report outlines their findings and the next steps in the investigation.
Last year, Speaker John Boehner directed five House committees to begin investigating the terrorist attacks in Benghazi. At his press conference today, the Speaker said the committees will soon release a progress report outlining their findings and the next steps in the investigation.
In an interview with Laura Ingraham today, Speaker John Boehner highlighted today’s vote on the No Budget, No Pay Act, said the House will outline a plan to balance the budget within 10 years, and discussed the importance of holding the Obama administration accountable for its response to the terrorist attack in Benghazi.
The House of Representatives will vote today on two measures to shield families and small businesses from the looming “fiscal cliff” by cutting spending and protecting millions from tax hikes.
President Obama claimed last night that the defense ‘sequester’ “is not something that I've proposed. It is something that Congress has proposed.” Veteran journalist Bob Woodward says otherwise.
Two years later, the GOP has kept its Pledge – but the fight continues in Democratic-controlled Washington.
U.S. Rep. and Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Allen West (R-FL) “uses the Republican address to lay into the president for the cuts West says will mean ‘serious consequences for our nation's security,’” according to ABC News Radio.
If you’re following the debate over the Obama ‘sequester,’ here are 10 facts you need to know:
The Obama administration is not only ignoring a deadline for detailing the impact of its ‘sequester’ defense cuts, POLITICO reports it was in fact the White House who first proposed the ‘sequester’ – a plan they devised because the president didn’t want to deal with another debt limit debate before his re-election campaign.