Amanda Winkler

Christian Post Reporter

White House: A Hostile Environment for Women?

President Obama is in hot water and not just because of his sinking approval rating. A new book titled Confidence Men: Wall Street, Washington, and the Education of a President, by Ron Suskind, reveals that the White House may be a testosterone filled environment hostile to women.

Poll: Palin Gaining on Obama

Findings from a new poll suggest Obama’s re-election campaign is on the rocks. A McClatchy-Marist poll shows support for the president is steadily declining and even Sarah Palin is gaining ground on Obama in the 2012 race.

Little Rock Still Fighting Segregation Disputes

Little Rock, Ark., may be best known for its school desegregation battles of the 1950s, but it seems the war is not over. The longtime fight over school integration entered the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday, with the state and three school districts arguing whether the school districts should still receive state aid for their desegregation efforts.

Obama to USPS: No Mail on Saturday

After an ongoing debate about the future of the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), President Obama come up with a plan to save the USPS from a potential financial collapse. According to his economic growth and deficit reduction plan announced on Monday, an end to Saturday mail service may be the part of the solution.

James Carville Advice to Obama: Panic!

James Carville advises President Obama to “panic” after Tuesday’s two special election results resulted in victory for the Republicans. Carville wrote an open letter in a CNN op-ed, giving Obama advice on how to halt the GOP’s momentum and win re-election.

Boehner Announces His Jobs Plan, Attacks Obama's

After giving President Obama a less than passing grade for his jobs plan, House Speaker John Boehner addressed the Economic Club of Washington Thursday, laying out his own jobs strategy. He continued to criticize Obama’s plan as a “poor substitute” for pro-growth policies and also said the president made “initiatives that seem to have more to do with the next election than the next generation.”

Obama May Lose Jewish Vote

Since Jimmy Carter’s presidency in 1980, the Democrats have never failed to win the majority of the Jewish vote. However, that may be change in 2012 as the Jewish vote is predicted to tilt more toward the political right.

New Poll Says Majority of Americans Favor Same-Sex Marriage

A new poll by The Associated Press and the National Constitution Center released Wednesday shows that the majority of Americans is shifting towards supporting legalization, even as recent votes in many states show voters in solid support of defining marriage as between one man and one woman.

The 9/11 Generation – How Life Changed

Every generation of Americans has had a crisis, whether it be war or natural disaster, that has helped define it. This generation is no different. The Millennials, now entering the workforce, were forever shaped by the events of 9/11.

Is Bachmann's Campaign Over?

For months Michele Bachmann was seen as the rising star of the GOP candidates. On Aug. 13 she shook up the political world when she emerged as the winner of the Iowa straw poll. This victory was thought to propel her as an established top-tier candidate.

Cheney Encourages Hillary Clinton to Challenge Obama

Fresh from the debut of his new memoir, former Vice President Dick Cheney seems eager to give career advice to Hillary Clinton. Cheney has been making the media rounds in order to promote his new book In My Time. In an interview with ABC News’ Jonathan Karl, Cheney was asked if Hillary Clinton would have made a better president than Obama. Cheney seems to think so.

Anne Coulter: Sarah Palin Is the Obama of the Tea Party

Many political pundits have been wondering if Sarah Palin’s spotlight is fading due to her indecision on whether to enter the Republican primary. Anne Coulter is one of them. On Tuesday’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” fill-in host Laura Ingraham asked Coulter if Palin can maintain her status as a tea party favorite if she continues to delay her decision to run in 2012.

Conservatives Condemn Hoffa's 'SOB' Remarks

James Hoffa, president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, created quite a stir over the weekend with his combative Labor Day speech. Conservatives are crying foul, saying his remarks were too hostile. Hoffa, however, stands by his remarks.