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  • 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...
  • Menendez
    The Menendez indictment
    In what is probably the biggest non-story in New Jersey's political landscape at present, our senior Senator, Democrat Robert "Bob" Menendez, has been indicted for corruption. The way politics works, some are completely not surprised...
  • Romney has harsh words for Harry Reid and Hillary Clinton
    Romney has harsh words for Harry Reid and Hillary Clinton
    Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney had some choice words for outgoing senator Harry Reid on Sunday. He certainly is not disappointed to see Reid refusing to run again in 2016. When Romney was running against President Obama in the fall of 2012,...
  • Kansas welfare recipients
    Kansas welfare recipients: Kan. seeks to ban movies, tattoos, booze from welfare
    If you live in Kansas and are a recipient of welfare benefits, your life is, potentially, about to get very boring. If lawmakers have their way, Kansans on the state’s welfare programs will be shut down from using their benefits on anything...
  • Senator Menendez ppleads not guilty to charges
    Menendez pleads not guilty
    Senator Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) today defied the Department of Justice. Yesterday a federal grand jury indicted Menendez and his friend on 22 counts of bribery, conspiracy, and "honest services fraud." To those charges he pleaded not...
  •  U.S. Minority Leader Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV)
    Was Harry Reid beaten up by mobsters?
    The speculation has been running rampant ever since Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid showed up with bruises, cracked ribs, and without the use of his right eye. His story was that he had a mishap with an exercise machine. But, as the Daily Caller...
  • More changes in the wind for the U.S. Senate
    More changes in the wind for the U.S. Senate
    Changes to the U.S. Senate started when Republicans under the leadership of Mitch McConnell gained the majority vote via the 2014 election by surpassing the number of Democrats with 54 Republican senators out of a total of 100 ( 44 Democrats and 2...
  • Reid has already named New York Senator and the third ranking Senate Democrat Schumer as his sucessor
    Retiring Harry Reid names Schumer successor amid tributes to his Senate career
    Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-NV announced Friday morning, March 27, 2015 in a YouTube video message posted on Twitter that he will retire in 2016 opting out of running for reelection after five terms in the Senate. Reid, 75 later gave an...
  • Harry Reid is leaving the Senate and there was much rejoicing
    Harry Reid is leaving the Senate and there was much rejoicing
    The New York Times reported on Friday that Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nevada, the Senate minority leader, has announced that his current term in the Senate will be his last one. He claimed that neither his recent eye and facial injuries nor the fact that...
  •  Treasure Coast supports Murphy with majority
    Treasure Coast supports Patrick Murphy with majority
    Florida’s District 18 on the Treasure Coast (St. Lucie, Martin and Northern Palm Beach counties) is represented in the U.S.congress by Democrat Patrick Murphy who ran a stellar re-election campaign in 2014 winning majority votes in all three...
  • US President Barack Obama Returns To The White House
    President Obama “embarrassed” for “47 Traitors”
    President Obama has said he is “embarrassed” for the 47 Senate Republicans who sent a letter to the head of Iran, attempting to undermine ongoing nuclear negotiations with the country and theUnited States, a group of senators social...
  • House and Senate advanced their 10 year budget blueprint from the committee stage
    GOP budget blueprints advance in the House, Senate with Democratic opposition
    The House Budget Committee advanced the House budget blueprint on Thursday, March 19, 2015, that the new committee Tom Price, (R-GA) introduced on Monday, March 16, with cuts across the board that will balance the budget within nine years. The...
  • Senate panel is probing whether State Department funds were used for an anti-Netanyahu campaign
    Senate panel probing Obama ties to anti-Netanyahu OneVoice V15 election campaign
    If Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu loses reelection on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 will it be because the Obama administration had a part in funding an anti-Netanyahu campaign, the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations seems to...
  • Romney dared President Obama to be courageous and refuse a deal with Iran
    Romney wants Obama to refuse Iran deal defends Netanyahu and 47 GOP senators
    Just because he is not running for president in 2016 does not mean former 2012 Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney is not going to weigh in on the potential Iran nuclear weapons deal. Romney wrote an op-ed published in USA Today on Friday,...
  • Senators speak out in favor of medical marijuana bill
    Could the Senate be poised to legalize medical marijuana at the federal level?
    A bipartisan bill to legalize medical marijuana at the federal level is making its way through congress this week, and it may put to rest a lot of concerns many patients have about the current rules governing cannabis. The bill was introduced on...
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