Eric Cantor

Republicans Suddenly Can't Stop Talking About "Mobility"

Too bad GOP policies are undercutting it

The unpleasant truth: When the government keeps slashing its safety net, climbing the economic ladder gets harder. 

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House Republican leaders finally have a plan. On Wednesday, at a meeting of the party’s full caucus, Speaker John Boehner announced how he intends to approach the two big fiscal issues on the agenda—funding the government past October 1 and authorizing the Treasury to borrow money so it can pay the government's outstanding bills.

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Lots of people think John Boehner has lost control of the House Republican caucus. Apparently John Boehner does, too.

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Feeling nostalgic for big budget fights? Do you miss watching House Speaker John Boehner trying to control the Republican caucus? Are you eager for yet another deal that quietly starves government services and weakens the economy? Then you should be in a pretty good mood this morning.

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Eric Cantor's Bold New Vision for America: No Medical Device Tax

His speech at the American Enterprise Institute was hardly what the press promised

His speech at the American Enterprise Institute was hardly what the press promised.

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GOP House leaders skipped town without voting on Sandy relief—sticking it to Republican voters.

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Obama and Boehner need to stop talking to the press and start talking to each other.

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The surprising strength of the Latino vote in the 2012 presidential election has created an incentive for the Republican Party, poor performers with Latinos, to rethink their strategy for 2016. It’s also driving calls for change to the nation’s immigration laws. In the past week, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle have spoken publicly about the need for a comprehensive approach to immigration reform.  The focus remains on Latinos because they are expected to grow their number of voters by 40 percent, and the Pew Hispanic Center projects the Latino electorate will double in size by 2030. Pr

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Mitt Romney says we should let states handle disaster relief, with FEMA taking a back seat or shut down entirely. Here's what's behind that.

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Mitt Romney's 47-percent remark clears up some terminology he's used previously.

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