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The Worst Websites In The Senate

Hey, senators: 2002 is calling, and it wants its web designers back. 7. The Senate webpage of Dick “I Love Gradients” Durbin (D-IL): It’s kind of like you’re squinting, kind of like you’re blacking out. LINK Enjoy Durbin’s blackout page here. durbin.senate.gov 6. Frank Lautenburg’s (D-NJ) webpage: I mean, at 89 he honestly has all the excuses in the world. Ride it out, Senator! LINK Enjoy the indifference here. lautenberg.senate.gov [...]

Democrats pass ‘Balanced Approach’ Budget – Trillion in Taxes, No Payment on the Debt, almost no Cuts

Democrats pass ‘Balanced Approach’ Budget – Trillion in Taxes, No Payment on the Debt, almost no Cuts

Democrats pass ‘Balanced Approach’ Budget 1 Trillion in New taxes, No payment of Debt,  and almost no Cuts – That’s Democrat Balance! The term “pre dawn” should only be used to describe two things: Raids and Tony Orlando’s early years. When “pre dawn” is used in reference to the time of day Congress acted, especially heading into a weekend, it probably means potential bad news for the rest of us. [...]

Washington Wolves and Sheepdog Security

Washington Wolves and Sheepdog Security

by Joe Keck Last week, in a Senate hearing, Republican Senator from Texas, Ted Cruz, asked Democrat Senator from California, Dianne Feinstein, a question regarding the constitutionality of gun legislation she and her fellow Democrats are proposing. In answer to the Texas Senator’s question, Ms. Feinstein responded with, “I’m not a sixth grader,” and declared, “I am reasonably well-educated.” Adding to that eloquent defense of the constitutionality of the legislation [...]

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Ashley Judd, “a tough row to hoe” in Kentucky, Democrats say Don’t Run

For starters Ashley Judd has to reconcile with Kentucky Coal Miners her comparison to them and rapists… that’s just the beginning Ashley Judd Is Making Kentucky Democrats Nervous If the actress runs against Mitch McConnell, Democrats fear she could hurt the party brand in the Bluegrass State. The honeymoon is over for Ashley Judd. At a time when Democrats in Washington are having second thoughts about embracing Ashley Judd as [...]

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A Call for Government Openness does not Prevail

A Call for Government Openness does not Prevail By Amanda Hill With America as liberal politically and individually as it has ever been, one would assume that the benefit of this liberalism would be to have a government that is open and compassionate in sharing everything with its people. At least that’s one of the things liberals pride themselves on: openness to everything and everyone. To prove this proud “liberal [...]