March 17, 2009

Biden Boasts Of Doubling Dismal Congressional Ratings

Vice President Joe Biden gave another one of his trademarked speeches yesterday where he stated, amongst little nuggets like Obama “has inherited the most difficult first 100 days of any president, I would argue, including Franklin Roosevelt,” that Congress’ approval rating was up: [Biden] said, “I want to tell you one last thing and this […]

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February 26, 2009

Obama’s Name To Be Removed From Earmark In Congressional Budget

The $7.7 million earmark isn’t going anywhere, but it’s been announced today that Barack Obama’s name as a co-sponsor will be edited out. Today, Rob Blumenthal, a spokesman for the Senate Appropriations Committee said the earmark…for Tribally Controlled Postsecondary Vocational Institutions, is cosponsored by a long list of other members of both chambers. Obama’s name […]

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February 24, 2009

Full Text – Obama’s February 24, 2009 Speech To Congress

Here’s the full text from Barack Obama‘s February 24, 2009 speech to the special Joint session of Congress. Talk about “shovel ready”. Watch your step! Update: Fact check now available on speech highlights. Madame Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, and the First Lady of the United States: I’ve come here tonight not only […]

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February 14, 2009

Sick Of H.R. 1? Here Comes H.R. 45- Mandatory Federal Gun Licensing

I know you’re still reading the Porkulus Bill…Obama’s counting on you spending ALL your time trying to do what Congress didn’t before passing it. That’s so you might miss the hollow-point coming at gun-owners in the form of H.R. 45- The Blair Holt Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2009. Barry and the […]

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January 26, 2009

Stop Calling It A ‘Stimulus’ Plan, It Is A ‘Spending’ Plan

Please. Stop calling the Democrats’ massive $825 billion outline a “stimulus” plan. It’s nothing more than a massive “spending” plan wrapped in lies. Dems are notorious for their approach of spending every last dollar we have and every last dollar we don’t have, and that’s all this is. A little bit of stimulus and a […]

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December 21, 2008

Congress Gives Itself A Raise; Palin Turns One Down

You’d think that with Blago in the news for his greed and America’s economy getting the hurt put on it that maybe, just maybe our representatives in Washington D.C. would have the good sense to not jam their hands into the cookie jar. You’d be wrong. This “do nothing” Congress has decided they’ve done enough […]

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December 13, 2008

The Silent Coup

William Gheen is President of the Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC), and has been tirelessly focused on the illegal immigration problem, with all of it’s ramifications. He reported yesterday on this part of the greater illusion that we are still living in a Representative Republic. (President Bush put another nail in that coffin today, […]

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December 3, 2008

Audit of $700B Financial Services Bailout Has Lawmakers Seething

Lawmakers on the Hill are not happy with the Treasury Department’s execution of the $700 billion financial industry bailout plan after the first comprehensive report on the rescue package found more oversight was needed. Shocker! The report was released yesterday. Today, House Republicans warned Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke today […]

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December 2, 2008

Ford CEO Alan Mulally Previews Updated Bailout Request

Later this week the auto industry will return to D.C. to present their updated plans to support their bailout / loan requests. Oh, and they’ll be traveling by car this time. In details provided to the AP, Ford CEO Alan Mulally previewed what they plan to put in front of Congress. Here are the highlights: […]

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November 21, 2008

Dems Propose Crippling Auto Industry With UAW Burdens To Level Competition

The Democrats continue to push their union “card check” agenda ahead full steam even using the failing auto industry as an example of why they need it. That’s right, the industry saddled with unsurvivable union wages is being waved as a “pro” of their “card check” bill. A UAW ally, Rep. Tim Ryan, D- Ohio, […]

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