Posts tagged "House of Representatives"

2012: the year traditional conservatism died

  This is more than an American political campaign logo and slogan: it is the iconic representation of  the time America shed yet another layer of its divisive past; the time this massive North American continent went from its chrysalis of being the United States to embarking on its butterfly promise toward America and a more perfect union. Whether... Read more »

Democratic Senators May Be Called Upon to Preserve America's Future

Given Republican attempts at suppressing the vote, most recently alluded to today by Rep. John Boehner, the Democratic Party will need to clearly define themselves for the 21st Century — especially to the under-50, ethnically changing electorate.  Needing to go well beyond the polished speeches of their convention they should trumpet: who they are and what they are going to fight... Read more »

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs GOP: more like knobs, knobs, knobs

In yet another example of its historic deficit growing abilities, the GOP led House today (championed by Affordable Care Act pioneer and presumptive GOP presidential candidate Willard “Mitt” Romney) again wasted tax payer dollars in voting (for the 33rd time and to the tune of an estimated $50 million!) on repealing an act passed and sanctified by the Supreme... Read more »
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