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Several Democratic lawmakers have begun to embrace the Occupy Wall Street protesters, as the movement spread to the Washington, D.C. area from New York City and Boston, according to The Hill.
For more than a century, we’ve had winners on the left, and winners on the right. And not a single one of them — not one — has followed the Constitution as they were supposed to, and as we at the Tenth Amendment Center demand — every issue, every time, no exceptions and no excuses.
An awful lot of readers will be angry at some of the things I have to say today. So before the shouting begins, let me tell you where I’m coming from, as the kids like to say.
Super PACs, the new type of political group that is unrestrained by spending and contribution limits, have the power and funding to run advertisements and promote the candidate of their choice with hundreds of millions in corporate and private funds. Depending on how the PACs decide to navigate Federal Election Commission (FEC) deadlines, all transparency in the 2012 race may be lost.
A House committee voted to eliminate up to $50 million that was requested by President Barack Obama for a U.N. organization that helps women and children in developing countries receive education on family planning and reproductive options, The Associated Press reported.
*So long, Andy. Thanks for the memories. Last Sunday marked the end of an era. Andy Rooney, everybody’s favorite caring curmudgeon, delivered his last essay on 60 Minutes. It was a dandy, too — as was the interview with him earlier in the show. Even though Andy was a tad more liberal than I am (okay, a lot more liberal), you’ve got to admire someone who was clever, amusing, entertaining and often spot on for 1,097 broadcasts covering 33 years. I salute you, Andy. And I’ll honor your final request — to leave you alone if I ever see you in a restaurant.
Several Democratic lawmakers have begun to embrace the Occupy Wall Street protesters, as the movement spread to the Washington, D.C. area from New York City and Boston.
A House committee voted to eliminate up to $50 million that was requested by President Barack Obama for a U.N. organization that helps women and children in developing countries receive education on family planning and reproductive options.
The number of people who applied for unemployment benefits increase slightly last week, as signs began to point to a job market that is still weak.
Speaking to the Senate Judiciary Committee, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said that government gridlock is good, good Federal judges are lacking and that the Constitution is being abused by those in power.