As the federal budget proposal advances in Congress, many observers point to a GOP “civil war” – an intense, internal power struggle within a divided Republican Party. LNTV’s Norvell Rose calls it a clear sign that principled conservatism is a cause to be reckoned with on Capitol Hill.
Mark Levin and Glenn Beck have buried old hatchets from past feuds and united around Article V initiatives like Compact for America (CFA) and Convention of States (COS).
It was a catchy political pitch and a chance to calm nerves about his dramatic and complicated plan to bring historic change to America’s health insurance system.
“If you like your health care plan, you can keep it,” President Barack Obama said — many times — of his landmark new law. But the promise was impossible to keep.
Here, Eric Bolling discusses this with a Democrat and a Republican.