President Obama held a meeting with House Republicans Wednesday (March 13), in hopes of coming to an agreement on several issues, including the budget. Although closed to the press, details behind the exchange reveal that things weren’t copacetic—but maybe the president didn’t notice.
Just a few weeks ago, it was announced that Rosa Parks would become the first Black woman to earn a statue on Capitol Hill. Reports confirm that President Barack Obama will now be a part of the historic moment slated to occur Wednesday (Feb. 27).
Rosa Parks passed away in 2005, but her legacy will not soon be forgotten. Parks is set to become the first Black woman to earn a statue on Capitol Hill, Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-NY) announced last Thursday (Jan. 17).
Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton’s testimony on Capitol Hill yesterday, has drawn criticism among conservatives. The 65-year-old got into a heated exchange with Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) over the Sept. 11 attack in Benghazi, Libya, resulting in a critique from Rush Limbaugh.