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The Senate’s 2014 National Defense Authorization Debate Looms

The Senate’s 2014 National Defense Authorization Debate Looms

The United States Senate is slated to take up the 2014 iteration of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the annual bill loaded with hundreds of controversial amendments which sets major policy directives for the Pentagon’s coming year.

Senate Democrats Haunted By 2010 Vote That Paved The Way For Policy Cancellations Under Obamacare

Senate Democrats Haunted By 2010 Vote That Paved The Way For Policy Cancellations Under Obamacare

A partisan Senate vote in 2010 that sealed the fate of millions of people whose health insurance policies are now being canceled under Obamacare could come back to haunt the Democrats who made it happen. Now Democratic incumbents are backing away from their Obamacare voting record in an attempt to position themselves for the 2014 elections.

Proof That The GOP Suffers From Stockholm Syndrome

Proof That The GOP Suffers From Stockholm Syndrome

The country is going under. All appears lost. And the GOP fumbles, retreats and apologizes. It’s tragic, but it’s now clear to see: One party is filled with frauds, crooks, socialists and out-and-out communists out to bankrupt the U.S. economy, wreck capitalism and destroy America. And the other party is filled with weak-willed cowards who are either scared of their own shadow, in cahoots with Obama, or suffer from the Stockholm Syndrome.

Obamacare’s Other Victims

Obamacare’s Other Victims

On Tuesday, House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Obamacare) finally admitted what everyone outside the Federally-funded “navigators” already knew. It doesn’t matter if you like your plan or not. Indeed, Hoyer knew all along that Obama’s top selling point was an outright fraud.

In <i>United States v Bond</i>, The Supreme Court Could Be Ruling On The Safety Of All American Rights

In United States v Bond, The Supreme Court Could Be Ruling On The Safety Of All American Rights

Attorneys at the Justice Department are currently working to advance a Supreme Court argument that the Federal government should be allowed to invoke international treaties as legal basis for policies that government officials are unable to put into place because they conflict with the Nation’s Constitution.

House-Senate Conference Committee On Budget Holds First Meeting

House-Senate Conference Committee On Budget Holds First Meeting

A Congressional committee — led by Representative Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Senator Patty Murray (D-Wash.) — is working to come up with a budget for the fiscal year that began Oct. 1, to replace a temporary government funding agreement scheduled to expire Jan. 15.

Hillary 2016

Hillary 2016

If the next Presidential election grants me no other boon, I sincerely wish that it will grant me the Presidential candidacy of former First Lady, Senator and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. To borrow one of President Barack Obama’s favorite phrases, “let me be clear”: I want Hillary Clinton to run for President as badly as Obama wants to birdie the 9th at Doral. Before you compose an angry email to Mr. Livingston demanding I be consigned to an eternity of serving as Oprah Winfrey’s towel boy, allow me to elaborate.

Food Stamp Riots? Nation’s Largest Food Bank Sees Falling Skies Over Expired Food Stimulus

Food Stamp Riots? Nation’s Largest Food Bank Sees Falling Skies Over Expired Food Stimulus

The CEO of the Food Bank for New York City, reportedly the Nation’s largest food outreach program, is insinuating that riots could erupt if program cuts slated to kick in this weekend are allowed to take effect. The whole chicken-little tone of the impending SNAP “disaster” almost smacks of bloodlust.

New Documents Obtained By Electronic Frontier Foundation Confirm: NSA Collects First, Seeks Authorization Later

New Documents Obtained By Electronic Frontier Foundation Confirm: NSA Collects First, Seeks Authorization Later

The government released a second batch of documents yesterday in response to EFF’s ongoing FOIA lawsuit for information concerning Section 215 of the Patriot Act — the provision of law the government relies on to compel the disclosure of records of millions of Americans’ calls.

Will Corporatism Win Again?

Will Corporatism Win Again?

A full court press to push an amnesty bill through the House of Representatives will begin next week. It will be spearheaded by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, a coalition of Big Business and Silicon Valley, immigration activists and liberal religious leaders. An amnesty bill is bad for the American worker. It’s bad for the economy. It’s bad for America.

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