And so it goes. Here's a sample of the choicest statements from President Barack Obama, Health & Human Services secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Democrat Congressman Barney Frank, former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, bank chief executives, and Federal Reserve chairmen Ben Bernanke and Alan Greenspan. Find the mea culpas if you can.President Barack ObamaAfter millions of people are seeing their health insurance plans cancelled because they don't meet the health reform law's standards, New York Magazine compiled a clip of the president saying 23 times variations of "if you like your health insurance plan, you can keep your plan,"Including:"That means that no matter how we reform health care, we will keep this promise to the American people: If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. If you like your health-care plan, you'll be able to keep your health-care plan, period. No one will take it away, no matter what."-- June 15, 2009"And if you like your insu...
Treasury officials, on several occasions, questioned the legality of the Department of Energy’s approval of a loan restructuring for the now-bankrupt solar panel man...
Two top executives plead the fifth
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield sounds off on comments made in the aftermath of Rep. Bob Turner’s victory.
Investyourself.com CEO Bob Rinear sounds off on President Obama's cap and trade legislation.
Professor Kent Moors from Duquense University on why it’s critical for BP to install the relief wells correctly.
How much will health care really cost?
FBN's Liz Macdonald on why Rep . Henry Waxman cancelled Congressional hearings that would have grilled CEO's on corporate health-care charges
Cavuto's Capper: The government and health-care companies continue to have some choice words for each other.
WSJ's James Freeman argues it’s ridiculous for Congress to go after firms who say health-care reform will hurt them.
Rep. Michael Burgess, (R-Texas), weighs in on the government’s reaction to health-care related charges companies expect to take.
Jim McTague of Barron’s weighs in on the Business Roundtable survey that is at the center of the controversy around health-care costs for big business.
One of the lead contractors responsible for developing the government's troubled healthcare website said on Thursday his company warned the Obama administration abou...
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission faced pressure from Republicans and Democrats Thursday to soften a potentially expensive new mandate for aging nuclear power p...
Steve Centanni reports
Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Robert Bryce on the White House’s support of green energy companies.
Congress passed a bill Tuesday that shields U.S. airlines from having to comply with a controversial greenhouse gas standard imposed by the European Union on all pla...
Peter Johnson, Jr. weighs in
Rep. Waxman tries to tie brothers to Keystone pipeline