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  • The two sides of the Iran nuclear deal
    The two sides of the Iran nuclear deal
    When it comes to the Iran Nuclear Deal which has been struck by six world powers and after a resolution passed unanimously by the UN Security Council endorsing the landmark nuclear deal, a very pronounced line is being drawn in the sand. The other...
  • Food for Peace is vital to feed hungry war victims
    U.S. Congress needs to increase Food for Peace funding
    Wars in Yemen, Iraq, Syria, South Sudan and others has led to record numbers of hungry refugees. The U.S. Food for Peace program is desperately needed to provide life-saving aid.Food for Peace is the main program of the U.S. for providing relief...
  • Dogs get to know each other at Washington Humane Society's Bark Ball in June. Photo by Moshe Zusman Photography Studio, courtesy of Washington Humane Society, used with permission
    Dogs go to Congress to lobby for animal protection laws
    Dozens of adorable adoptable dogs will pack the House of Representatives' ornate Cannon Caucus Room July 30 to help adopt the dogs as well as legislation for animal welfare."Paws for Celebration," a hugely popular bipartisan biannual...
  • Many questions remain on Iran nuclear agreement
    Many questions remain on Iran nuclear agreement
    The time for the Senate to vote on ratification of the Iran nuclear agreement is imminent. It appears that what had been termed in 2009 at the onset of the Obama White House as the "most transparent administration" in the history of the...
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    Congress stalls bill to help veterans register for college classes
    The House Veterans’ Affairs Committee is sitting on a bill that would give veterans the ability to register early for their college classes.Athletes at many colleges and universities already have that ability, but veterans going to school o...
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    Senator Brent Waltz, Congressional Candidate - The man behind the politician
    We have become a society desiring instant gratification! We look at the shiny finish first only to later realize that product was lacking greatly in what we need for the return, as compared to the one that has been left over in a corner. In...
  • Majority of Americans oppose Iran nuclear deal in new poll
    Majority of Americans oppose Iran nuclear deal in new poll
    In a Rasmussen survey released Sunday, most Americans agree that the deal negotiated by the U.S. and several other countries regarding Iran's nuclear program should have the approval of Congress. A surprising one-third of those polled feel it...
  • UN approves Iran nuclear deal while US Congress is ignored
    UN approves Iran nuclear deal while US Congress is ignored
    Contrary to what the mainstream media would have you to believe, there are more pressing issues than Donald Trump's latest comment or John McCain's military status. The administration leapfrogged Congress by allowing the United Nations to...
  •  U.N. resolution vote to take place on Iran nuclear deal
    U.N. resolution vote to take place on Iran nuclear deal
    On Monday, the United Nations’ Security Council is scheduled to vote on a resolution endorsing the Iran nuclear deal. The resolution has been circulated to council members and members have been briefed by Iran and the other countries that...
  • The politics of domestic terrorist such as Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez
    The politics of domestic terrorist such as Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez
    Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez shot up a recruitment station and military post in Chattanooga, Tennessee today, killing four Marines and wounding a police officer among others before being killed.President Obama said that it was ‘&ldquo...
  • President Obama sells the deal to the press
    Iran gets the deal they wanted, and everyone else is in turmoil
    With the conclusion of extended negotiations on July 15,2015, President Obama has now presented Congress with the Iran nuclear deal. The controversy surrounding the deal has now reached a new level.In Iran the deal was celebrated. Reports show...
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    House Subcommittee confronts the PHMSA in oversight hearing led by Republicans
    In an intense hearing before the Energy & Commerce Committee of the United States House of Representatives Monday, witnesses testified and responded to a barrage of questions involving the oversight of PHMSA Pipeline Safety Act implementation....
  • Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)
    Ted Cruz cites his grandmother's death from Alzheimer's to support disease cures
    Proving that sometimes Congress can work, the House passed a bill called the 21st Century Cures Act by an overwhelming, bi-partisan margin, according to a Monday story in the Atlantic. The bill would infuse nearly $9 billion dollars over the next...
  • Obama administration overtime pay could mean lower paychecks
    Obama administration overtime pay could mean lower paychecks
    The Obama administration is now targeting overtime pay for American workers. In a Heritage Report released Monday, such a change isn't likely to boost their earnings because many employers could respond by lowering base pay.Present regulations...
  • It's time to do away with 'sanctuary cities'
    It's time to do away with 'sanctuary cities'
    Sanctuary cities have long been a bad idea in America’s patchwork immigration system, and Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez proved on July 1 that America needs to do away with providing the safe havens for those who enters the country illegally...
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