False hope personified. Obama at GM Assembly Plant in Janesville, Wisconsin on February 13, 2008.

I believe that if our government is there to support you, and give the assistance you need to retool and make this transition, that this plant will be here for another 100 years. So, that’s our priority... I want it to thrive right here in the United States of America, I want it to thrive right here in Janesville, Wisconsin. And that’s the future I will fight for as president of the United States of America.

The Senate shouldn’t let the IRS trample states on health care.

By Phil Kerpen

The Food Network and the Cooking Channel may help millions of Americans prepare their food, but for the next three months some of the food that feeds many of the network's 900 employees in Knoxville will come from Chattanooga food trucks.

The headquarters of Scripps Networks Interactive is rebuilding its Food Network kitchen by October. In the meantime, Scripps is using a half dozen food trucks, including at least four from Chattanooga, to feed its employees.

With major deadlines approaching on student loans and transportation legislation, the Senate blocked off four hours of floor debate time for something else. At issue is a resolution disapproving of new EPA regulations limiting mercury emissions from power plants.