Articles by Nancy Pelosi
Tebow’s Presidential Caucus: GOP Candidates Seek Endorsement
January 11 2012 10:44 AM EST
This week, Tim Tebow told reporters that more than one Republican presidential candidate has called to request his public endorsement. A brand new phase of the presidential primary has begun. You thought Iowa and New Hampshire were big. Those are nothing compared to the Tebow caucus.
What is SOPA Bill 2012? 7 Things to Know About Controversial Legislation
December 25 2011 12:19 PM EST
As Congress debates the Stop Online Piracy Act and Go Daddy suffers for its early support, many Americans still don't know exactly what SOPA bill is or how it would affect their day-to-day lives. Here, read a complete and easy-to-grasp guide of the controversial bill and why it's so dangerous, from why it's supported to the threat of censorship it poses.
How Internet Porn Put SOPA Supporters in an Awkward Situation
December 20 2011 10:09 AM EST
Even as the controversy surrounding the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) continues, the bipartisan coalition of lawmakers were put in an awkward situation when they were forced to vote for protecting online pornographic material, in order to prevent a legal loophole in the anti-piracy act.
Mitt Romney Raises Doubts About Newt Gingrich in South Carolina
December 18 2011 10:57 AM EST
Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney sought to create doubts about rival Newt Gingrich among South Carolina conservatives on Saturday by criticizing his highly paid work for mortgage giant Freddie Mac.
GOP Polls Put Gingrich on Top, But Savage Wants Newt Out
December 13 2011 8:54 AM EST
From the four early-voting states, polls show that Gingrich leads in three of them, and is catching up in the fourth, according to The Hill. Gingrich leads in Iowa, South Carolina and Florida, according to the latest data, and is gaining momentum in New Hampshire.
Michael Savage: Gingrich is 'Fat, Old, White Man;' Offers $1 Million to Quit Race
December 13 2011 7:58 AM EST
Savage isn't shy about saying why Gingrich can't beat Obama, either. On his blog, he shows Gingrich ads with Nancy Pelosi, the right-wing's antithesis, mentions Gingrich's past infidelity, and notes that when Gingrich is on television he ca off badly compared to Obama and looks like nothing more than what he is: a fat, old, white man.
I Want My Court TV
December 13 2011 6:21 AM EST
The debate on televising U.S. Supreme Court proceedings continued in Washington, D.C., where senators last week debated the idea of legislatively forcing justices to accept cameras.
Michael Savage Offers Newt Gingrich $1 Million to Drop Out of Presidential Race
December 12 2011 5:37 PM EST
Radio host Michael Savage has plans to offer Newt Gingrich $1 million to drop out of the presidential race for the sake of the nation.
Exclusive: Keep Pipeline out of Tax Cuts, Senators Tell Reid
December 06 2011 3:00 PM EST
Five U.S. senators urged Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to reject Republican efforts to make approval of the Keystone XL pipeline part of a payroll tax cut bill expected to pass through Congress in the next two weeks.
Payroll Tax Cut: Round Two Starts With Democrats
December 05 2011 1:12 PM EST
In a new round of political horse trading, Senate Democrats are offering up a modified version of their payroll tax cut extension, one which pays for itself in a GOP-friendly manner, in order to increase the likelihood of its package.
Will New Newt Gingrich Have Staying Power?
December 04 2011 10:38 PM EST
The recent rise of Gingrich in the polls for the former speaker of the House of Representatives is drawing increased attention to the fact that his own views -- on issues including healthcare, the environment and medical marijuana -- haven't always been in line with those of most conservative Republicans. The inconsistencies have raised questions about Gingrich's true beliefs, as well as his staying power as the conservative of the moment in the Republican campaign. They also have given h...
Congress and Occupy Wall Street: New Heights of Wealth and Wall Street Ties
December 02 2011 5:15 AM EST
Looking for the richest 1 percent? There's a gaggle roaming the Capitol Hill Rotunda. For all the focus on Wall Street's ills and the growing income disparity in America, a prominent target has been overlooked: Congress. Many lawmakers have enjoyed handsome levels of fiscal success.
Ron Paul Ad Blasts Newt Gingrich For 'Serial Hypocrisy' [VIDEO]
December 01 2011 11:28 AM EST
A new ad from the Ron Paul campaign points out Gingrich's plentiful inconsistencies.
Another Tech Group Speaks Out Against Piracy Bill
November 23 2011 12:00 AM EST
WASHINGTON (TheWrap.com) - The Stop Online Piracy Act might be stopped before it ever gets online, as yet another influential voice has come out against it.
Coalition of Tech Giants Pull Support of Online Piracy Bill
November 22 2011 4:13 PM EST
Microsoft, Apple, Adobe and Intel are members of the Business Software Alliance, which announced Monday that it no longer supports the Stop Online Piracy Act.
Nancy Pelosi Bashes Catholics on Pro-Life Issue: 'They Have This Conscience Thing'
November 22 2011 11:32 AM EST
Nancy Pelosi recently bashed Catholics on a pro-life referendum.
Opposition to Online Piracy Legislation Grows Among Lawmakers
November 18 2011 12:25 PM EST
A bipartisan bill to combat online piracy is running into bipartisan opposition over the broad language in the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA.
Investments of Pelosi and Boehner Questioned: Is Insider Trading Legal for Members of Congress?
November 15 2011 11:19 PM EST
Both parties' House leaders, Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., are among several lawmakers who profited from transactions that raised possible of conflicts of interest, according to a report on CBS' 60 Minutes.
Pelosi, Boehner Accused of 'Soft Corruption' in '60 Minutes' Report
November 14 2011 1:01 PM EST
A '60 Minutes' investigation claims several members of Congress may have made investment decisions based on insider information.
Herman Cain's Gender Gap: Poll Shows Women Abandoning Campaign [VIDEO]
November 11 2011 3:29 PM EST
Two new polls reveal Cain's slip in support since POLITICO and Bialek is driven by women voters, once the majority of those who supported him. A new video showing the GOP presidential hopeful making fun of Anita Hill (video enclosed) is sure to widen that gender gap, as prominent conservatives condemn Cain's reaction to the sexual harassment charges.