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Million Dollar Campaign Debt Adds Up To More Trouble For Newt

Former House Speaker and 2012 candidate seeking the Republican nod Newt Gingrich will report raising about $2 million in the second fundraising quarter, finishing June with about $225,000 in the bank. But overall, his campaign is still in debt — to the tune of about $1 million, POLITICO reports. However, the Gingrich campaign will not admit defeat just yet.

Congress Back To Work To Tackle Debt Ceiling Issue

As Congress returned to work after canceling its week-long Independence Day break, Republicans and Democrats continued to have difficulty finding middle ground regarding the debt ceiling.

Glitch In Healthcare Overhaul Could Cause Some Seniors To Pay More For Insurance

A glitch in President Barack Obama’s healthcare overhaul could force certain elderly Americans to pay more than others for insurance even if they are of similar age and medical history.

Alex Breaks Down Video of Bilderberg Members Confronted by Protesters & Takes Your Calls 3/3

Sarah Palin Documentary To Be Released July 15

A documentary about former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will be released in a number of large markets across the country. On June 28, the Stephen Bannon-directed film “The Undefeated” premiered in Iowa, the State that holds the first caucus in the nation.

Senator Mike Lee: Tea Party Kingmaker?

Many politicians seeking the Tea Party’s vote in 2012 are making an unusual stop on their campaign trails: the office of Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah). A founding member of the Senate’s Tea Party Caucus, Lee quickly made a name for himself as a Tea Party scion in his first six months in office, and perspective lawmakers are taking note.

2010 Census Under Fire From Cities, Elected Officials

After the 2000 census, 1,200 challenges were filed by cities, towns and counties. This time around, the United States Conference of Mayors is expecting an even larger number, The Washington Times reports.

Why I Hate Walmart

I doubt any of the nine justices on the U.S. Supreme Court have ever shopped at a Walmart. That probably helped the retail giant when the Court dismissed the largest employment discrimination case in U.S. history last month. But the Supreme Court’s refusal to hear the case hardly makes Walmart a paragon of good business.

Obama’s 2nd Amendment Assault

Senator Charles Grassley continues to peel back the layers of the U.S. inJustice Department’s conspiracy to send arms to Mexican drug dealers and use those gun sales as a pretext to impose stricter gun laws on the American people. Grassley has told news agencies that high-ranking Justice Department officials were briefed on Operation Fast and Furious and Operation Gunrunner as early as October 2009.

Casey Anthony Not Guilty Of Murder, Guilty Of Lying

Today, the 12-member jury in the Casey Anthony trial returned a verdict: Anthony is not guilty of first-degree murder in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee Marie. However, she was convicted of lying to the police and will be sentenced at 9 a.m. on Thursday. “The verdict means 25-year-old Anthony was found not guilty of all charges except for four counts of providing false information to law enforcement officer. She will be spared a death sentence, but could still potentially face years behind bars in a Florida prison,” the Orlando Sentinel reported.

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