This so-called bargain turned out, upon inspection, to be little more than a restatement of the president’s own policy preferences.

President Obama is facing a tough sell with American manufacturers who have repeatedly warned his policies are holding back economic growth and making it harder to create jobs.

It's the president's own threat to shut down the government – in an effort to extract more job-crushing tax hikes - that has America ‘careening’ towards its next crisis.

In response to questioning...about the potential for a shutdown, the president’s spokesman offered a lengthy, circuitous answer that boils down to: replacing spending cuts with another round of tax increases is so critical that the consequences are of no concern.

House Republicans never lost focus on Americans’ top priorities – creating jobs and growing the economy.

At a press conference with Republican leaders today, Speaker Boehner discussed the president’s latest ‘pivot’ to jobs, noting that Republicans have been consistently focused on Americans’ top priority...

Speaker Boehner discussed President Obama’s failure to put forth a serious budget proposal that addresses Washington’s spending problem.

Speaker Boehner made the following remarks at a press conference with Republican leaders today discussing President Obama’s budget:

A full 65 days after it was due by law, the president will finally release his budget tomorrow.

We’re just two days away from the release of the president’s budget.  And here are two words you should be looking for (and dubious of) when it arrives Wednesday: primary balance.