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  • Food for Peace needs funding
    Congress must hear the cries of hunger from abroad
    As Congress debates the foreign aid budget, they should hear the cries of hunger from abroad. They should also listen to the echoes of history.In fact, one of these came at a recent Congressional hearing on the foreign aid budget, which included...
  • Get Congress in order before it blows the deal with Iran
    Get Congress in order before it blows deal with Iran
    If the United States of America, at this time, had a Congress whether Republican led or Democrat led that operated not out of ill-conceived notions or tendencies, nor prejudices, greed, ambition, personal idiosyncrasies---then maybe we could take...
  • Mitch McConnell
    GOP-led Senate is bigoted: Loretta Lynch instance
    Loretta Lynch’s nomination being held hostage by the GOP-led Senate isn’t just “embarrassing” as President Obama describes it. The action is filled with back room deep-seeded resentment about an African American President...
  • Hearing on illegal immigrant detentions
    What immigration reform is all about
    In the beginning, immigration reform and the battle waged by Republicans is about these things:The cost to settle the legacy immigrant problem: Congress and past presidents allowed 12 million + immigrants to enter the country illegally and to stay...
  • Radical right
    Republican radical veterinarian, Ted Yoho on the loose
    Out of the barn, Veterinarian Ted Yoho (R-Fla.) represents a conservative constituency from his home state that is located in the Panhandle where it is rural and historically Democrat. Therefore, Dr. Yoho’s emergence here is sort of out of...
  • Democrats are declaring early victory
    Democrats are declaring early victory
    Is that right? An email from the Democrat Party reports several facts that point toward good news in Election 2016 if conditions stay on track. Let’s discuss.Voters don’t like the new congress. They don’t like Speaker Boehner,...
  • Senators
    To war again?
    So the administration and P5+1 have negotiated a framework for an agreement to keep Iran from getting a nuclear weapon. Benjamin Netanyahu…naturally…hates it. But most of the rest of the world is ecstatic that, finally, three months...
  • Unhappy with Congressional oversight
    Like it or not, Congress needs to review the Iran deal
    Obama doesn't want Congressional review. A free-range Obama in matters of foreign policy is too much to accept for a wary Congress. In something as sensitive as a nuclear deal with Iran, Congress must be included and should have been on board...
  •  Iran-U.S. nuclear deal must be kept real but not partisan
    Iran-U.S. nuclear deal must be kept real but not partisan
    Getting to the heart of the matter regarding the pending Iranian nuclear deal----what should we expect and/or what should we want as the United States of America, leader of the free world. To begin with, no deceptive thoughts and actions, both...
  • OptOutAZ.org
    Many Arizona parents opting out their children from AZMerit Common Core testing
    Despite the Arizona legislature failing to pass legislation to replace Common Core during the recently concluded session, parents may choose to opt-out their children from the upcoming AZMerit testing. The parental opt-out bill, HB 2246, was also...
  • Barack Obama needs to intervene
    ‘VA is perpetually a step behind rising demand’
    Congress is the culprit in healthcare performance deficiencies. The Veterans Administration has a planning, staffing and operations management problem. The nation has a moral deficiency in failing to swiftly address veterans’ needs for...
  • Senator Tim Kaine
    President Obama needs to work with Congress on Iran
    Make the system work and stop the infighting. Throughout the Obama administration it has been patently clear that Americans appreciate some of his good intentions, and yet the are not supportive of too much of his risky experimentation, especially...
  • Government gone wild
    . . . of kings, dynasties, dictators and legacies
    The remarkable experiment in government called the United States, had its beginning on July 4, 1776, when the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence, and has lasted some 238 years. We will celebrate its 239th birthday this...
  • President Ashraf Ghani
    Afghan President Ashraf Ghani address to Congress held extraordinary value
    President Ashraf Ghani’s speaking to Congress this past Wednesday held far more valuable content than the Netanyahu speech that received far more coverage several weeks ago. Ghani arrived in America last Sunday and he camped out with...
  • It's World War I all over again as Chechnya delivers a new 'Zimmerman Telegram'
    It's World War I all over again as Chechnya delivers a new 'Zimmerman Telegram'
    During World War I, the Germans desperately tried to dissuade the United States from supplying the allies with arms and supplies, especially when America on paper was supposed to be a neutral country. But when Wall Street was providing the allies...
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