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Saturday, April 19, 2014

‘National & World News’ Archives

Do Politicians lie?

Do Politicians lie?

Apparently they do. There are some people who research and explain these things for us.         The Washington Post Has "The Fact Checker." he recently looked at the Republican debate and here is what he found; Fact checking the GOP debate at the Reagan library by Glenn Kessler That was a rip-roaring Republican debate Wednesday night at the Reagan library. As is our practice, we will quickly assess a number of claims and then ...  Read More Another ... Full Story

Not only were the events of 9/11 overwhelming

Not only were the events of 9/11 overwhelming

 but so were the Rumors.   By Rich Buhler, Creator of TruthOrFiction.com There was another historic effect of the Attack on America on September 11, 2001. It generated more rumors on the Internet through forwarded emails than anything before or since. In the middle of the shock, anger, and uncertainty of that day, forwarded emails became the underground newspaper of the country. Those eRumors were a way that people shared information with each other that they thought was being ... Full Story

Comments on the House Budget vote

Comments on the House Budget vote

Republican Press Releases Rep Gardner on Budget Reduction Act of 2011   WASHINGTON D.C. – Following a vote to pass the Budget Reduction Act of 2011 by 218 to 210, Congressman Cory Gardner (R-CO) released the following statement: “While no plan is perfect, this meets the standards we set forth in the cut, cap and balance proposal. It achieves 70 percent of the discretionary spending cuts that were in the House-passed budget. It calls for a vote on the Balanced Budget ... Full Story

Isn’t Medicaid cut a tax hike?

How do you define a tax increase. The government getting more of your money. The following article from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities points out that the plan before congress would shift the costs of Medicaid to those least able to afford it. For them, it is the same as a tax increase, they have less disposable income. It is all a mater of semantics and perhaps how much money you have to contributed to political candidates.   Center on Budged and Policy Matters Proposal ... Full Story

Boehner and Republicans to support Gaddafi

Blomberg Boehner Says Lawmakers May Seek to Deny Funds for U.S. Operations in Libya By Margaret Talev and James Rowley House Speaker John Boehner said President Barack Obama’s explanation of why he can continue the U.S. mission in Libya without lawmakers’ approval “doesn’t pass a straight-face test” and that lawmakers will consider options to constrain the president, including withholding funds. Read More

Udall Says he will Oppose PATRIOT Act Extension

Udall Says he will Oppose PATRIOT Act Extension

May 24, 2011 Udall Says he will Oppose PATRIOT Act Extension as Senate Leaders Refuse to Allow Critical Changes Udall Wants Amendments to Improve Law, Ensure Constitutional Freedoms are Protected VIDEO: http://markudall.senate.gov/?p=video&id=1088 Today, Mark Udall objected to a move by the Senate’s leadership to shut down debate on the PATRIOT Act, saying he will vote against the proposed four-year reauthorization of the most controversial sections of the PATRIOT Act ... Full Story

Zero Tolerance Alert: High School Lacrosse Players

Zero Tolerance Alert: High School Lacrosse Players Charged

  Zero Tolerance Alert: High School Lacrosse Players Charged with Possession of Deadly Weapons (Penknife, Lighter Used to Repair Equipment)   EASTON, Md. — The Rutherford Institute is calling on Maryland school officials to exhibit some common sense and compassion in their handling of an incident involving two Easton High School lacrosse players who were suspended for being in possession of a penknife and lighter used for maintaining lacrosse equipment. It is undisputed that ... Full Story

Warrior Games in the Springs

Warrior Games in the Springs

Colorado Springs, May 9--------The U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC), the Department of Defense, presenting sponsor Deloitte, and the United Service Organizations (USO) are bringing the Warrior Games again to Colorado Springs next Monday. The competition, which is a joint effort between the USOC and the Department of Defense, will take place May 16-21, at the U.S. Olympic Training Center. U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Salvatore Giunta, Medal of Honor recipient, has been selected as the ... Full Story

Udall Statement on Budget Deal

Udall Statement on Budget Deal

  Mark Udall’s statement regarding the budget agreement reached tonight between Democrats and Republicans: April 8, 2011 “I congratulate both Democrats and Republicans for coming together and agreeing on a budget compromise.  Shutting down the government would’ve affected tens of thousands of Coloradans and their livelihoods were at stake.  Military families were worried about receiving their paychecks, farmers would’ve waiting for operating loans to put seed in the ... Full Story

Political statements about government shutdown

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Representative Cory Gardner May Shut Down Government In Pursuit Of Radical Social Agenda It has become clear that Representative Cory Gardner (CO-04) and House Republicans may shut down the government tonight unless they get their extremist agenda that restricts women’s reproductive health care even including cancer screenings. Shutting down government would come at the expense of the 13,272 federal workers in Gardner’s district. This ... Full Story

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