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  •  Is the Keystone XL pipeline going to be a positive or a negative win?
    Is the Keystone XL pipeline going to be a positive or a negative win?
    The Senate passed its bill in favor of building the Keystone pipeline with a vote of 62 to 36 in approval. Included in that vote were nine Democrats who joined 53 Republicans in passing the bill. The passage now sends the measure back to the House...
  • US Rep. Alan Nunnelee
    US Rep. Alan Nunnelee sent home after new tumor discovered
    TUPELO, Miss. -- U.S. Rep. Alan Nunnelee is now resting at home after doctors found a new tumor and informed him that no further medical treatment was possible, a spokesman for the Mississippi congressman said Friday."After seven months of...
  • Not all GOP leaders think new House bill appropriate
    New House bill toughest ever on border security
    GOP leaders are calling a new House bill the “toughest border security bill ever.” Sponsored by Michael McCaul–Homeland Security Chairman–the bill focuses on penalties for federal agencies who fail to follow requirements...
  • Husband bulldozes wife's house to the ground with everything in it
    Husband bulldozes wife's house to the ground with everything in it
    According to NBC News on Jan. 20, a New York man bulldozes his wife's house with everything in it without a permit or his wife knowing about it. He rented a bulldozer from a local construction company and demolished the house that he lived in...
  • Allow God to build you up
    Who is building your house?
    A Daily Word from the Word for Wednesday, January 21, 2015“For every house is built by some man; but he that built all things is God.” – Hebrews 3:4 Who are you allowing to build your house, my brother? Whose hands have you...
  • Build House
    5 Ways to Make Building Your House Easy
    If you are currently living in a rented house and want to move into your own home or you want to own a house in order to rent it out, you should consider building from scratch.This will be a huge commitment for you and it will take a lot of your...
  • It's not your home anymore
    It’s not your home anymore
    Selling your home creates unexpected emotional changes. Strangers are looking in your closets. Outsiders are making errant remarks about your furniture or paint colors. You have put your belongings away, to the point you can’t find usual and...
  • Sworn in with hand on Bible
    Religious make up of new 114th Congress revealed
    With a hand on the Bible most new members of the incoming Congress were sworn into office on January 6, 2015. The 114th Congress is made up of 92 percent Christians in both chambers, according to a new study released yesterday by the Pew Research...
  • Rep. Louie Gohmert acts the fool, announces he'll run for Speaker of the House
    Rep. Louie Gohmert acts the fool, announces he'll run for Speaker of the House
    The Republicans officially took over Congress on Jan. 3 and the House of Representatives resident clown (now that he doesn't have to share the title with no-longer-congresswoman-or-relevant Michele Bachmann) Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) couldn'...
  • Kim K. $20 million house: Say hello to a brand new home, Kanye living together with Kim
    Kim K. $20 million house: Kanye West, Kim Kardashian moving in? Baby North too
    Kim K. is moving into a $20 million house, and it is reported that she will be living together with husband Kanye West and baby North, too. Although there have been rumors that mom Kris Jenner had a bit of a tough time with Kim Kardashian leaving,...
  • Beginning brings about an end in Washington and hopes for a fresh start in 2015
    Beginning brings about an end in Washington and hopes for a fresh start in 2015
    An article by Alan Fram, Associated Press, entitled “ Senate OKs nominees and tax bill as term nears end” gives more detail on some might say the “Democrat held Senate’s last stand” as when Washington opens up again...
  • Midterm disaster spells major probelms for the Democratic Party's future
    Midterm disaster spells major problems for the Democratic Party's future
    Democrats can start worrying about their political futures starting in early January. The midterm disaster brought the loss of the Senate and an increase in Republicans in the House. Their only legislative safety net now rests with an unpopular...
  • U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA
    Ted Cruz and Elizabeth Warren could still kill the spending bill in the Senate
    When Thursday dawned, the conventional wisdom was that House Speaker John Boehner did not have the votes to pass the $1.1 trillion spending bill that would fund the rest of the government for FY2015. But, thanks to lobbying by the White House, the...
  • 2014 tax breaks rest in the Senate for vote to extend
    2014 tax breaks rest in the Senate for vote to extend
    The Senate is expected to (most are hoping they will) vote on tax extenders today, Wednesday, Dec. 10th and everyone is on standby wondering if the tax break of their choice will continue to be their delight. Aside from big business-at-large,...
  • Look past the clutter when purchasing a new home
    Look past the clutter when purchasing a new home
    Viewing a future home can be a daunting activity when inventory is low in the locale you’re seeking a new address. A tight timetable or coordination with the end of a lease or the start of a school semester will increase the urgency to call...