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  • President Obama feels good about the 2015 State of the Union Address
    2015 State of the Union Address, a very detailed review
    On January 20, 2015, President Obama entered that House of Representatives and gave his 6th State of the Union Address to the nation. It was the first State of the Union to a Congress controlled by Republicans in both the House and the Senate. It...
  • Barack Obama's popularity plunges
    President Sore Loser says he will go on the offense regarding new Congress
    In a private meeting, a childish President Obama told Senate Democrats that he plans to go on the offensive against the new Republican controlled Congress and expects to clash with GOP lawmakers over the next two years. The comments were made by B...
  • Barack Obama threatens to veto Pipeline
    President Veto is at it again
    A large majority of American citizens, regardless of the political party with which they are affiliated, support the long-delayed Keystone XL Pipeline. US citizens want President B. Hussein Obama to approve the bill, rather than veto it, as he...
  • Obama stalls Keystone Pipeline project
    Congress hopes to overturn Obama's Keystone Pipeline veto
    Four Senate votes are still needed to pass veto-proof legislation giving the green light to the Keystone XL Pipeline. Senator John Hoeven (R-ND)–who sponsored the bill–told Fox News today that the GOP controlled Senate is still short...
  • Barack Obama will veto Republican backed Pipeline bill
    Obama to veto Keystone XL Pipeline and ignore the will of America once again
    With the new Congress barely sworn in, Obama is already thrusting his chest out and vowing to veto Republican backed bills such as the Keystone XL Pipeline. It is no secret that when Harry Reid was in power, bills went nowhere, while the Senate...
  • U.S. President Barack Obama
    Obama promises veto of Keystone XL pipeline, putting Democrats in peril
    Political observers have openly wondered how President Obama would deal with the new, Republican-dominated Congress. To what extent would he use his veto pen? Will he try to compromise and cooperate with Congress on any issue? The Washington...
  • Kansas open carry
    Kansas becomes nation’s 15th ‘Gold Star’ open carry state
    Kansans now enjoy a more simplified set of gun laws, thanks to new legislation effective July 1st of this year. The new gun law, HB 2578 generally bars localities from banning the carry of unconcealed firearms on foot and in vehicles; local...
  • Barack Obama
    Obama asserts his defense budget priorities to Congress
    The Commander in Chief is the executive in charge of determining the nation’s priorities. At a time when resources are severely constrained, it is his call about what items in the defense budget get cut. The President and his advisors have...
  • God can veto our decisions
    God always has the final say
    Why should we ponder a situation knowing that God has the final say? Why should we go through the process of finding answers to our problems if the final decision is really left up to God? Why bother if God might veto our decision anyway?The word...
  • Onama-man on a ledge
    Would GOP cave over any veto threat by Obama-man on a ledge?
    Upon what basis does responsible governance require fully funding a program that the President himself has partially suspended?The most persuasive case for not passing a budget that fully funds Obamacare is the rule of law/responsible governance...
  • Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick speaks to a reporter at a press conference
    MBTA bailout vetoed by Mass. governor for not including enough gas tax increases
    Mass. Governor Deval Patrick has vetoed a new bill that raises taxes on Mass. residents by $ 500 million because it is not a large enough increase. The bill is a bailout of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) subway systemwhich...
  • Governor Brian Sandoval (R-NV)
    Gov. Sandoval says no to Nevadans, vetoes background checks on gun sales
    As expected, Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval (R) vetoed SB-221, which required background checks for guns sold in private sales like those at gun shows which do not require any background checks on buyers. Sandoval kept his promise to the NRA and...
  • The war on women continues
    Republicans vote to ban contraception in Missouri for religious reasons
    Republicans in Missouri have voted to overturn the veto of Democratic Governor Jay Nixon that will now legally allow "religious" and "moral" exemptions in health insurance policies. Democrats are calling it an assault on women,...
  • Russia, China, veto Syria sanctions
    Russia, China, veto Syria sanctions
    Top news coming in today to an overcast San Francisco is about Syria.The countries of China and Russia have said they will not impose any economic sanctions on Syria in an effort to make Syria curb its violence on its own citizens. The countries...
  • Veto
    Haslam vetos religious freedom bill
    Governor Bill Haslam has vetoed legislation that would have forcibly ended Vanderbilt University’s so-called “all comers” policy. The Administration at Vanderbilt-as many informed Tennesseans know-enacted a so-called “all...