President Castro’s failed attempt to pose an iconic image raising hands with President Obama was just the latest in a series of photos that have come to define this administration’s foreign policy legacy. It’s a legacy of disastrous attempts to appease dictators at the expense of alienating allies—and one that may be best summarized with photos

For months, Speaker Boehner and Chairman Gowdy have had one message for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: 


The Obama administration’s detachment, aloofness, and lousy judgment has been a team effort.

Key unanswered questions about the September 11, 2012, terrorist attack on our consulate in Benghazi remain, including, who is responsible, and why haven’t they been brought to justice?

House Oversight & Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) issued four subpoenas this week to State Department officials in connection with the administration’s response to the terrorist attack in Benghazi.  As Chairman Issa notes in his letter to Secretary Kerry, the subpoenas were made necessary by nearly two months of stalling on the part of the State Departme

After another week of the White House shifting its account of its involvement in the IRS scandal, the American people deserve a straight answer and Republicans “are going to continue to seek answers until we get to the truth,” Speaker Boehner said today....


In the coming days and months, Republicans will continue to seek answers from this White House and administration, because the American people, and the families of the fallen, deserve the truth.

A lot of questions are being raised as a result of these revelations and, as Speaker Boehner said today, “This House will stop at nothing to get to the American people the answers and the accountability that they expect.”


"Americans need common-sense solutions to help create jobs and they need accountability from their government, and the House is working to give them both..."


Questioned at an abbreviated press conference today about his administration’s public explanation of last year’s terrorist attack in Libya, the president offered a response that doesn’t jibe with the facts.

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