In what is admittedly not the most useful polling result ever, CNN/Opinion Research reported Tuesday that about half a group it polled was split on whether President Obama would be re-elected.According to the survey, 51 percent said Obama wouldn't be re-elected while 46 percent said he would.
With the House GOP's passage Wednesday evening of their legislation to repeal the health care law, that chamber's Republican majority has come about as close as it's likely to for the next two years to overturning the new law, at least comprehensively.Sen.
If you're a president trying to reposition your administration as centrist and pro-business, you have to be encouraged by the public reaction so far to your choice of former Clinton era Commerce Secretary William Daley as the next White House chief of staff.Take the response from the business commun
Get used to this feeling Chicago. It is obvious to say that the Bears live and die on the arm (and mind) of their gunslinger quarterback. Now that we all know that, let's sit back and enjoy the remaining games. I watched the Bears game yesterday with my brother in Lakeview.