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5 Truths You Won’t Hear At CPAC

  5 Truths You Won’t Hear At CPAC From The Century Foundation It’s that time of year again. That glorious weekend when thousands of uniquely dressed conservatives descend on Washington, D.C. to celebrate being the political advocates for upper-class, white, heterosexual Americans. For those of you who were not invited and will be watching from home, here are five truths you won’t hear at CPAC: 1. We need more government spending, not less. The U.S. is currently suffering from too ... Full Story

Colorado to look at death penalty

Colorado to look at death penalty

Victim families call for death penalty repeal as bill is introduced DENVER_ Thirty family members of Colorado murder victims called on lawmakers to repeal the state’s death penalty today as legislation was introduced in the Colorado House this evening. “As lawmakers consider whether to keep or end Colorado’s death penalty, we urge them to make the choice that best serves the interests of victims’ families,” the letter states. “We hope they will conclude what we have: that the death ... Full Story

The Ryan/Republican Budget

The Ryan/Republican Budget

    The 5 Worst Things About The House GOP’s New Budget By Igor Volsky, Travis Waldron and Tara Culp-Ressler Mar 12, 2013 Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) released the third iteration of the GOP budget on Tuesday morning. The document achieves balance in 10 years by maintaining the high revenue levels and health care savings that Republicans have vociferously opposed and slashing the health and safety net programs that middle and lower income Americans rely on. Top-income earners and ... Full Story

GOP Leaders Refuse To Negotiate With Obama Unless He

    Some in the media have been hounding President Obama to do more to reach to Republican leaders, as if it were their job to compel a deficit-reducing “Grand Bargain” during a jobs crisis. But they’ve failed to notice the key aspect of the story: Republican leaders in the House and Senate have refused to negotiate with President Obama at all unless he agrees to drop any demand for new revenues. This telling detail comes in the seventh paragraph of a story in Tuesday’s New ... Full Story

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