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Top US Democrat slams Facebook over deceptive video

San Francisco - US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday lashed out at Facebook for refusing to block the sharing of a video doctored to make her appear drunk or impaired.

Op-Ed: Facebook and disinformation: Pelosi video to remain

Facebook has had a rocky period over data privacy, fake accounts, and accusations of allowing posts that seek to interfere with democratic elections. It seems no lessons have been learned with Facebook's refusal to remove a doctored video of Nancy Pelosi.

Op-Ed: Nancy Pelosi questions value of Keystone XL pipeline to US

Washington - During a luncheon with House Republicans President Obama indicated that a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline would be made soon. On Thursday House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi said that she questions the value of the pipeline to the US.

Pelosi upset with compromise, meeting with Obama on Friday

After President Obama publicly spoke on the nature of the talks with Republican lawmakers over the nation's debt ceiling on Thursday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi expressed alarm over potential compromises ahead of their meeting on Friday.

Pawlenty: Pelosi's health-care waivers akin to 'crony capitalism'

Republican presidential candidates spoke out against waivers granted to some of the biggest cheerleaders for the health care, with former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty calling Nancy Pelosi's waivers 'crony capitalism.'

Congressman Ryan releases video on America's two economic futures

With a US federal government shutdown on the horizon and a raging debate among Democrats and Republicans on the looming budgetary issues facing the nation, Republican Congressman Paul Ryan released a video detailing his vision.

House Democrats are openly opposed to Obama's tax cut position

In a symbolic vote to air their differences with President Obama, House Democrats have made their frustrations known on the issue of extending current tax rates into 2011 and beyond.

Pelosi seeks to retain position as Democratic House leader

Rocked by a tidal congressional election that has ushered her from one of the most prestigious offices in Washington DC, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is openly seeking to remain as Democratic House Minority Leader.

Are Nancy Pelosi's Speaker days numbered?

Washington - Even if House Democrats manage to keep their majority in Congress come November it may not be enough to secure Nancy Pelosi's job as Speaker.

Pelosi to American youth: stay on your parents' health insurance

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had advice to share with America's aspirational youth and college graduates: take your time, relax, and stay on your parents' health insurance.

Op-Ed: Americans Saying Yes to the Party of No

Liberal Democrats believe they have a winning campaign theme with "The Party of No." Unfortunately for them, most Americans agree with Republicans in saying no to higher taxes and spending, ObamaCare, Cap-and-Trade, and more stimulus for bankrupt states.

Op-Ed: The Deterioration of American Domestic Security

The primary duty of the United States government is to provide for the safety and security of the American people. In this key responsibility, many top federal officials are not only in full abrogation, but dismiss concerns so cavalierly it's disturbing.

San Francisco man arrested for threatening Speaker Nancy Pelosi

A man was arrested by the FBI for threatening U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The man was allegedly upset over the federal health care legislation passed in March.

Op-Ed: Health care's future in doubt

The House of Representatives are about to try and push through the heavily contested health care reform legislation and possibly with no accountability.

Op-Ed: Liberal Democrats' Crisis Factory

David Axelrod famously said, "Never let a crisis go to waste." Problem is, liberal Democrats seem to like crises so much they're making their own. Not so much that there are crises, but because there is so much to gain by it. And it is hurting America.

Op-Ed: The Message From Massachusetts, For Both Parties

The armchair quarterbacking has begun in the wake of Republican Scott Brown's stunning victory in deep blue Massachusetts. Yet in its wake, many in both major parties seem to be seriously misinterpreting the results. Dangers abound for all in November.

Op-Ed: Have Liberal Democrats Reached the Tipping Point?

Just over one year ago, liberal Democrats swept the White House and Congress. Today, liberal Democrat Martha Coakley is fighting for her political life in the bluest of states. Has the political worm turned completely for liberal Democrats in America?

CBO: 10 Million Could Lose Employer Coverage Under DemCare Bill

According to the Congressional Budget Office, up to 10 million Americans could lose their employer health coverage under the bill now in the Senate. The greatest losses would be among low-wage workers in small businesses which would opt to pay the fines.

GOP releases television ad depicting maze of Pelosi health care

Citing charts that depict the maze of prospective government bodies that would stand between patients and their doctors under the House health care bill, the GOP has begun an ad campaign that asks the public to contact senators.

Pelosi Villain in New Children's Book about Liberal Washington

Conservative opponents of the Obama administration and a Democrat-controlled Congress have taken the battle to the nursery schools of the nation.

House health bill would impose jail terms for non-compliance

Ranking Member of the House Ways and Means Committee Dave Camp raised concerns on the health care bill's ability to impose civil and criminal penalties on Americans who do not comply with the mandate on taking up insurance coverage.

Centrist Democrats not behind Reid and Pelosi on public option

In the wake of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's assertion that Democrats unite behind the public option - and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's confidence that she has the votes - Democratic legislators are vocal in their opposition.

Pelosi confident on public option, mandates constitutional

As health care reform proposals for public options circulate among House and Senate members, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi dismisses the notion that mandates are unconstitutional.

First-Time Home Buyers Tax Credit May be Extended

The current $8,000 tax credit for first time home buyers is set to expire on December 1, but there is a chance the tax credit may be extended.

Pelosi expresses emotional concern over political rhetoric

In an emotional commentary, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi expressed a choked-up concern over the prospect of pointed political rhetoric turning to violence.

Op-Ed: Protester Derangement Syndrome

Rep. Carol Shea-Porter (D-NH), who referred to protesters as "teabaggers," had a retired cop escorted from her town hall for questioning the residency of SEIU members there. This is just the tip of a much larger iceberg into which USS LibDem is sailing.

Democrats on health care seek to 'win one for Teddy'

The Democratic Party is striving to pass a bill on government-sponsored health care and is hoping that the memory of Senator Ted Kennedy will help renew this effort.

Pelosi urges health care reform in wake of Kennedy's death

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi vowed on Wednesday to push through the government-sponsored health care program that the late Ted Kennedy characterized as his life's work.

Op-Ed: Health Care Problems People Aren't Talking About

Though the focus today may be on the massive push of the ObamaCare bill by liberal Democrats and the noisy minority opposition, there are solutions to some major headaches in Health Care staring us in the face. Problem is, no one chooses to see them.

Op-Ed: Are Liberal Democrats Sinking Their Own Healthcare Bill?

Gaffes by the President, controversial provisions receiving greater public attention and even being dropped from the bill, and a relentless campaign by Liberal Democrats to demonize noisy opponents of HR 3200 are sinking the very bill LibDems set afloat.
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