Problem-Solver’s Daily: Acting alone

ACTING ALONE: The White House is picking up the pace on executive actions and blaming Congress for its unwillingness to work with the administration. “In an op-ed for The Huffington Post, [senior Obama adviser Dan] Pfeiffer argued that congressional Republicans are not interested in engaging on the economy, instead spending time ‘obsessively trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act' and ‘ginning up politically motivated investigations,'” writes Justin Sink. Pfeiffer went on to say the president's only option is to use his authority to unilaterally improve economic security. Our leaders should work together and create shared goals for our country: Justin Sink for The Hill: WH ‘picking up the pace’ on executive actions
BIPARTISAN EFFORT: Three Problem Solvers — Rep. Peter Welch, Rep. Mick Mulvaney and Rep. Rick Nolan —  are part of a bipartisan coalition working to stop the United States from sending shoulder-fired missiles to the Syrian Opposition. “Lawmakers are hoping to gain some clarity from Obama on the topic, but they will also try and take legislative action. The House is set to debate and pass the National Defense Authorization Act this week, and several members want to try and attach an amendment to explicitly prevent the United States from sending any MANPADS to ‘any state or non-state actor in Syria,'” writes Kate Nocera: Kate Nocera for BuzzFeed: Bipartisan Group Urges Obama To Not Arm Syrian Rebels With Anti-Aircraft Missiles
PRIMARY PREVIEW: Today is the biggest primary day of the year, with several key states heading to the polls. Find out what to watch out for today.
BALANCING THE BUDGET: Do you think you could balance the federal budget? It may not be as easy as you think. Find out here!
NO LABELS RADIO: In case you missed last weekend's No Labels Radio show, you can listen to it here.
THE DAILY BREAK: A girl asked Vice President Joe Biden to prom. He isn't going, but check out what he sent her instead.
ACTION OF THE DAY: Like us on Facebook!
STAT OF THE DAY: Only 44 percent of those polled say serving time in Congress is good preparation for the presidency: Lucy McCalmont for POLITICO: Presidential poll: Hill time no asset


become a member       become a member       become a member       become a member       become a member      
Scroll to Top