Sanders puts Tucson attack in fundraising crosshairs.
Senator Bernie Sanders – the socialist Senator from Vermont who we’re supposed to pretend isn’t a socialist because the Democrats get upset about us bringing up the entire ‘socialism’ thing – has decided that the best way to handle last weekend’s attempted assassination of a Congresswoman (and the murder of six people, including a nine-year-old girl) is to send out a fundraising letter blaming the | Read More »
Today in Washington, December 8, 2010
Today is check the box day in the Senate. Votes scheduled on one labor issue, one gay rights issue, one immigration reform issue, one 9/11 health care issue and one Social Security issue. None of the bills dealing with these issues are expected to pass, because all 42 Republican Senators are expected to vote against cloture on all legislative items until the tax issue is | Read More »
Today in Washington – May 6, 2010
The Senate continues debate on S.3217 the “Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010″ (The ObamaBailout bill) and votes on amendments will be fast and furious today. The House is voting on “Cash for Caulkers” later this afternoon. The House will complete some committee work on a campaign finance bill and Attorney General Eric Holder will be testifying to a Senate Appropriations Committee asking for money. Conservatives should watch the | Read More »
Today in Washington – May 5, 2010
Yesterday was yet another day in the Senate of gridlock on the ObamaBailout bill and today will probably be more of the same. A Senate committee will be holding hearings today on ways to chip away at the 2nd Amendment. Senator Joe Lieberman (ID-CT) made a splash yesterday when he circulated legislation to expand the conditions for the government to strip U.S. Citizens of Citizenship. The | Read More »