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  • Lame duck Obama bending over for the far left
    Lame duck Obama bending over for the far left
    President Barack Obama is obviously not running for office again. Otherwise he would never make some of the illogical proposals that he is making recently. On Wednesday he had the audacity to criticize Republicans for their efforts to repeal the...
  • HB-1062 Signing
    Colorado Voters for Animals celebrates success and continues the fight
    Last month the Colorado Voters for Animals (CVA) announced the passage and signing of HB-1062. The new law creates mandatory fines for those convicted of animal fighting. Gov. Hickenlooper signed the bill into law on March 18.Animal fighting has...
  • God will judge Republicans for their harsh treatment of foreigners
    God will judge Republicans for their harsh treatment of foreigners
    God has not changed his mind about how a nation ought to treat foreigners. In the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures alike, God is plain that we are to treat them kindly and not harshly. Republicans have hypocritically called themselves the party for...
  • The digital mammomat is seen at the mammamobil on April 8, 2008 in Berlin, Germany
    Senators to pursue breast cancer cure
    While breast cancer is one of the most treatable cancers, especially if it is caught early in a mammogram or a self-examination, it nevertheless kills millions of women every year. A group of United States senators, Republican, and Democrats, are...
  • Georgia Dental Association Statement against hygienists
    Dental Hygienists and Local Anesthesia (injections)
    A letter was being passed around the internet by hygienists that the Georgia Dental Association came up with that pretty much put down hygienists in Georgia. The statement released by the GDA was to stop legislation introduced by Georgia State...
  • Much needed reform to sugar program reintroduced
    Much needed reform to sugar program reintroduced
    Due in large part to the high price of sugar, U.S. sugar-using companies continue to move offshore or go out of business altogether. It has long been known by the sugar-using industries that 130,000 jobs have been lost in due to the U. S. Sugar...
  • Overweight
    Proposed law in Puerto Rico would fine parents of obese kids
    A bill slated to go before the Puerto Rican legislature Feb. 13 calls for fining the parents of obese children up to $800. Supporters of the bill believe that holding parents accountable is necessary in a society where nearly 30 percent of the...
  • Senator Kirk elected again as co-chair on Great Lakes task force
    Senator Kirk elected again as co-chair on Great Lakes task force
    Senator Kirk released yesterday that he will continue to serve as a co-chair of the Senate Great Lakes Task Force, along with Senator Debbie Stabenow. The Great Lakes Task Force is a bipartisan working group that was founded in the mid-1980, that...
  • How safe is your salon?
    Salon health: New legislation proposed to grade New York City salons and spas
    Recent events have once again called into question the health and safety of New York City spas and salons. The Spa Castle chain has made headlines after its new Manhattan location was forced to close for not acquiring the proper permits, and a man...
  • Keystone XL Pipeline
    Pressure to pass the pipeline: Keystone XL
    If you watch television then you have seen the advertisements showing George W. Bush and William J. Clinton in lockstep on the Keystone Pipeline. Of course both are heavily influenced by capitalists who have a vested interest in petroleum on which...
  • No Budget, No Pay Act
    No Budget, No Pay Act
    One day after U.S. Representative Reid Ribble (R-WI) was sworn in and made the statement that he does not take doing the work of the people lightly and will tackle hard issues like getting spending under control, push for long-term budgeting, work...
  • reform
    Affordable housing in D.C. gets some help
    The D.C. Council passed the Housing Production Trust Fund Baseline Funding Amendment Act of 2014 (Bill 20-708) in November, through a unanimous vote. The bill will allow for a minimum of $100 million of the city's dollars to be appropriated...
  • National Debt Clock
    Thank you Mr. President
    To those who welcome the Nanny State, government handouts, loss of freedom and liberty, exorbitant taxes, being spied upon by the government, lies, deceit, and restrictive legislation conjured up behind secretive closed doors, and being considered...
  • Homeless
    Honolulu battles mentally ill homeless crisis
    There is a thin line between tolerance and intolerance; between compassion and dispassion. The residents, business owners, and visitors alike, on Oahu, have reached the breaking point. Fed up and with no recourse some residents, and business...
  • Panhandling
    What’s Arizona, work and panhandling have in common?
    You see panhandlers as you travel around town especially when you get on and off the freeway because they have a captive audience. It was just announced that for August the Arizona unemployment is at 7.1% which is the second consecutive increase...
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