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Congressman meeting with Israeli Ambassador to the United States today on Capitol Hill
But without power, how will Capitol Hill intern bros blast out their resumes with “President of United States, 2032” at the top?
Now entering his next to last year as President of the United States, rumors are circulating from via Capitol Hill sources of a man lost in his own manufactured past who is desperate to be free of a White House he loathes, and an America he despises more and more.
This guy doesn't know a thing about how to fight a forest fire. You don't focus on where it began- you focus on stopping it from spreading. Practical reasoning seems to evade those in this administration: Dr. Thomas Frieden, directorof the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said the federal government is looking at different safety-related suggestions from Capitol Hill and beyond, but he suggested the key is to control the deadly virus where it started overseas, not limiting entry to the United States.
What Thomas Jefferson learned from the Muslim book of Jihad by Ted Sampley – January 1, 2007 – U.S. Veteran Dispatch Democrat Keith Ellison is now officially the first Muslim United States Congressman. True to his pledge, he placed his hand on the Quran, the Muslim book of Jihad and pledged his allegiance to the United States during his ceremonial swearing-in. Capitol Hill staff said Ellison's swearing-in photo opportunity drew more media than they had ever seen in the history of the U.S. House. Ellison represents the 5th Congressional District of Minnesota. The Quran Ellison used was no ordinary book. It once belonged to Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States and one of America 's founding fathers. Ellison borrowed it from the Rare Book Section of the Library of Congress. It was one of the 6,500 Jefferson books archived in the library. Ellison, who was born in Detroit and converted to Islam while in college, said he chose to use Jefferson's Quran because it showed that "a visionar ...
Cities ask the federal government to fight painkiller deaths TIME On the heels of a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about the rate of prescription painkiller overdose deaths on Tuesday, a coalition of big city health officials traveled to Capitol Hill to ask for federal action to help cities reduce overdose deaths caused by prescription painkillers and heroin. Drug overdoses, particularly those resulting from painkillers and heroin, are now the leading cause of injury or death in the United States, according to the CDC, a problem brought to light with the death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman earlier this year. Painkillers like Vicodin and OxyContin are the biggest drivers of the problem, causing 17,000 deaths in 2011, nearly quadruple the number in 1999, and more than three times as many as cocaine or heroin. The CDC report was not all bad news, though: The rate of increase in painkiller deaths slowed considerably, down from 18% each year from 1999 to 2006 to 3% each year f ...
Pearl, The Obama Administration just can't stop appeasing terrorists. Would you believe that Secretary of State John Kerry has pledged $47 million - your tax dollars - in so-called "humanitarian" aid to the Gaza Strip? Yet we know that Hamas diverts at least 40% of its budget to build terror tunnels into Israel. Why would the United States give Humanitarian Aid to Gaza when the Obama Administration knows that Hamas uses Humanitarian Aid to build tunnels, bombs, and rockets? Israeli soldiers lost their lives to destroy Hamas' terror infrastructure. Let's not use American tax dollars to rebuild it. We're mobilizing our resources on Capitol Hill to stop this outrageous abuse. The Obama Administration should not rebuild what Israel had to destroy. Say no to appeasement. Say no to U.S. tax dollars to rebuild Hamas. Sign Our New Petition: No U.S. Tax Dollars to Rebuild Hamas. Jay Sekulow ACLJ Chief Counsel
Will Obama administration and State Dept. Trust Iran? By MICHAEL WILNER World powers offered Iran "multiple pathways" to end nuclear impasse, US says; deadline for comprehensive deal is July 20. WASHINGTON – Fewer than three weeks remain for the world’s most weathered diplomats to forge a comprehensive deal with Tehran over its nuclear program, a fact on the minds of all present in Vienna on Thursday, as high-level negotiations resumed. Delegations from the United States, United Kingdom, France, Russia, China and Germany – formally known as the P5+1 powers – arrived in Vienna at the beginning of July and will effectively set up camp in the Austrian capital until July 20, a self-imposed deadline for the parties to reach a deal, extend the talks, or go home. US officials say they are focused solely on the July 20 deadline, though an extension of the talks would likely require a separate negotiation. An extension, too, would introduce new politics and personalities: two delegates at the table, US Dep ...
Theatre of the absurd to deny Modi a US visa, move by four US Congressmen to deny Narendra Modi a US visa is a disrespect to India's free and fair ballot and even its Supreme Court: Aseem Shukla. Four legislators stood at a podium on another unseasonably warm December day in the shadows of Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Sombre and stern, they took turns delivering blistering monologues into microphones that outnumbered the stray staffer milling about. As America's attention sits riveted on a lame duck US Congress that should be consumed with the fiscal cliff, four Congressmen had time for this -- a theatre of the absurd. Absurd, because the calumny they heaped were on a democratically elected leader thousands of miles away, Narendra Modi, over a visa to the United States that he covets not. Absurd, because at issue is a tragedy ten years passed over which dozens have been sentenced and held accountable, but the Indian Supreme Court's Special Investigative Team absolved Modi of guilt. And absurd, because ...
CNN INTERNATIONA IRAQ CRISIS Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) -- While Iraq's military claimed Wednesday to have driven back militants battling for control of the country, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told Congress that the United States has received a request from the Iraqi government to use its air power in the conflict. Gen. Martin Dempsey, the senior ranking member of the U.S. armed forces, spoke before the Senate Appropriations Committee Wednesday on Capitol Hill in Washington, saying that the United States' "national security interest (is) to counter (ISIS) where we find them." ISIS is the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Comprising mostly Sunni Muslims, ISIS is an Al Qaeda splinter group that wants to establish a caliphate, or Islamic State, that would stretch from Iraq into northern Syria. The group has had substantial success in Syria battling Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's security forces. Since launching their offensive in Iraq, ISIS claims to have killed at least 1,700 Shiites. Hundreds of ...
Is America dangerously divided? By Bruce Stokes, Special to CNN Editor’s note: Bruce Stokes is director of global economic attitudes at the Pew Research Center. The views expressed are his own. If you thought that political polarization in America was bad, think again. Because it’s worse than you thought. And if you’re under the impression that dysfunctionality in Washington is merely a product of partisan political gamesmanship on Capitol Hill, try again. Because a new survey finds that the divisions inside the Beltway actually reflect a deep ideological divide within the U.S. public that manifests itself not only in politics, but in everyday life. Indeed, this polarization is growing – and it has profound implications for economic and security issues that affect the rest of the world. Republicans and Democrats in the United States are more divided along ideological lines, and the resulting political acrimony is deeper and more extensive, than at any point in recent U.S. history, according to the ...
IMO, if you were brought into this country illegally as a child and serve in the military especially combat arms and want to be a citizen, you deserve the opportunity and anybody in Congress who opposes this is a fool. Debate On Legalizing Undocumented Immigrants Who Serve In Military Heats Up By Elizabeth Llorente / Published May 19, 2014 / Fox News Latino Getty Images More than a dozen undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as minors are heading to Capitol Hill to push for a measure that would allow a path to legal status for people like them who want to serve in the U.S. military. The immigrants, who as a group are known as Dreamers, say they should not be punished for the actions of the adults who brought them here illegally, and that they want to serve the country as military members. One of the young adults who will be in Washington D.C. pushing for the measure is Alina Cortes, a 23-year-old Texas resident who came from Mexico at the age of 5 and participated in the Army ROTC program a ...
Congressman Fattah to be Honored at 3rd Annual Brain Mapping Day on Capitol Hill... Jarvee Hutcherson, President, Multicultural Motion Picture Association, Invited Guest WASHINGTON, May 19, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA) will be honored for his efforts through the Fattah Neuroscience Initiative, today, May 20, during the third annual Brain Mapping Day on Capitol Hill. Sponsored by the Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics (SBMT), Tuesday's event will feature an award presentation to Fattah, remarks by the Congressman, and a Congressional briefing providing a comprehensive look at the state of advanced translational clinical neuroscience research occurring throughout the United States and around the world. The Congressional briefing will feature 10 brain mapping experts from across the country who will each present for five minutes on their current work and research findings. Congressman Fattah received the Pioneer in Healthcare Policy Award from SBMT in February durin ...
‘Ukraine crisis fueled by Obama’s failure to grasp US interests’: Johnson belongs to a group of former US intelligence agents who are attempting to get Obama to change course and defuse the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. He argues that Obama has been misled by Secretary of State John Kerry and others on Capitol Hill who have painted a one-sided picture of recent events in the former-Soviet state that are often filtered through a prism of Cold War rhetoric. Via their petition, the former *** hope to not only de-escalate the crisis in Ukraine, but set the United States on a foreign policy course that will serve to protect common security interests served by the US, Russia, and the whole global community. Due to the current political climate in Washington, however, he believes their appeal will likely fall on deaf ears. RT: Have you had any response from the US president's office yet? Larry Johnson: Nothing, and I think they’re going to ignore us because this has a momentum of its own in the United St .. ...
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US Chamber Merkel Pushes Business Leaders on Free-Trade Pact The New Zealand Herald The New Zealand Herald reports "German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Friday that it was critical to complete a free-trade agreement deal between the United States and Europe, urging the American business community to realize that the agreement could open the way for shipping abundant American natural gas supplies to Europe." --- Thom Tillis Faces Test in North Carolina Primary The Wall Street Journal The Wall Street Journal reports "Senate Republicans and their outside allies have invested heavily in Thom Tillis, betting that the speaker of the North Carolina House has what it takes to beat Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan in November. But first, he needs to clinch the GOP nomination." --- Keystone Pipeline Issue Looms as Senate Takes Up Energy Bill The Washington Post The Washington Post reports "the impassioned debate over the Keystone XL pipeline could reach a tipping point this week on Capitol Hill, with this likely the last ...
As difficult as [U.S.-Iran] negotiations have been and will continue to be in the weeks ahead, things will not get any easier when the parties return home to sell a final agreement to their respective hardliners. Here in the United States, the ‘sell’ will be doubly difficult, as it is not just the rhetorical angst of the Iran-hawks on Capitol Hill that will need to be countered, but also the series of laws enacted by Congress that limit the President’s power to provide Iran necessary sanctions relief for a deal. Read more:
Ambassador Ron Dermer remarks at the U.S. Capitol Hill today for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's Days of Remembrance Ceremony. "The rebirth of the Jewish people also owes a deep great debt of gratitude to the United States of America, both for its support of the State of Israel over many decades and for being a place where Jews can fully embrace their Jewish identity and at the same time be fully American."
Watch in the next few days as elements in the administration and their allies in the major media and on Capitol Hill do their very best to agitate the American people to military intervention in Ukraine. Samantha Power of the State Dept is all over the airwaves stirring the passions. Soon to pile on will be usual suspects: John McRaine, Lindsay Graham, Adam Kinzinger, Kelly Ayotte, Bob Corker. When the war faction of both political parties starts singing the same tune with the same lyrics its time to get very concerned. Anyone who spends more than five minutes studying the history of this region knows its fraught with ethnic and religious rivalries, competing tribal alliances, a turbulent history of constantly shifting national borders and a recent past as bloody and destructive as any in human history. The truth is the United States has no vital interest in this region and short of direct military action can exert next to no influence. The bellicose, irresponsible rhetoric from Samantha Powers is intend ...
Offshore tax evasion has doubled in past five years Reuters - Foreign profits held overseas by U.S. corporations to avoid taxes at home nearly doubled from 2008 to 2013 to top $2.1 trillion, said a private research firm's report... "The new numbers ... certainly highlight what is one of the key challenges for tax reform. I do think there need to be some reforms in this area," Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden told reporters on Tuesday on Capitol Hill. Under U.S. law, corporations do not have to pay income tax on most of their overseas profits until they are brought into the United States. These earnings can be held offshore for years if they are classified as indefinitely invested abroad. Research firm Audit Analytics said in a report issued last week that the total of such earnings was up 93 percent from 2008 to 2013, citing federal financial filings for companies listed in the Russell 1000 index of U.S. corporations. Conglomerate General Electric Co had the biggest pile of earnings stored abr ...
Excited but nervous about going to Capitol Hill today to represent CRNAs across the United States.
Russia, China and other major developing countries — angry about the stalemate on Capitol Hill that has blocked approval of a reform plan that would give them a bigger voting share at the International Monetary Fund — are pushing to go ahead with the reforms without waiting for the United States.
Senate Democrats Drop I.M.F. Reforms From Ukraine Aid Senator Harry Reid of Nevada, the Senate majority leader, spoke to reporters on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. Credit Gabriella Demczuk/The New York Times WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats, bowing to united House Republican opposition, dropped reforms of International Monetary Fund governance from a Ukraine aid package on Tuesday, handing President Obama an embarrassing defeat as he huddled in Europe with allies who have already ratified the changes. The monetary fund language would have enlarged the Ukraine loan package while finally ratifying changes dating to 2010 that only the United States has opposed. Mr. Obama himself negotiated those changes, and European allies conferring with him on Ukraine have been pressing for American action. But the need for speed on loans and direct assistance to Ukraine overcame the White House’s willingness for a fight. Senator Harry Reid of Nevada, the majority leader, said he was taking his lead from Secretary of State Jo ...
The Obama administration has yet to communicate how it will respond to Uganda's anti *** law, according to Capitol Hill sources, who say the State Department has kept Congress in the dark on the process of changing the status of U.S. aid to Uganda. "From the outside it appears to be a mess," a Senate source said. "There's been no communication with Congress that we are aware of." Since Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed legislation imposing up to a lifetime prison sentence for homosexuality, Obama administration officials repeatedly have said there would be a "review" of U.S.-funded programs in Uganda, but have declined to discuss details of that review or options for reallocating funding. This is a touchy subject, since the United States has allocated more than $400 million in aid to Uganda for HIV and other health programs. While the Obama administration may want to send a message about LGBT rights and avoid funding organizations that might turn in LGBT people — some current grantees have even o ...
CARICOM AMBASSADORS PARTICIPATE IN ROUNDTABLE WITH CBC MEMBERS WASHINGTON, D.C. -- His Excellency Dr. Eugene Newry, Bahamas Ambassador to the United States, along with other Ambassadors or their representatives from CARICOM-member countries participated in a roundtable discussion with three members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) on Thursday, March 13, in a committee room at the Longworth House Office Building on Capitol Hill. Ambassador Newry was accompanied by Mr. Chet Neymour, Deputy Chief of Mission, and Mr. Mikhail Bullard, Third Secretary/Vice Consul. Discussion centered around various pieces of legislation currently before Congress that are of specific interest to the Caribbean, including an Act to Provide for Comprehensive Immigration Reform. CBC members who participated in the “roundtable” included Congresswoman Yvette Clarke, who represents New York’s Ninth Congressional District; Congressman Steven Horsford, Nevada’s Fourth District; and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries, New York’ ...
I’m on Capitol Hill today as an Advocate for Down Syndrome & Special Needs Children & Adults in the United States!
Coming up tomorrow on Varney, Tres Knippa and Shah Gilani join us to weigh in on the market open and break down what you need to know for tomorrow's trading. The Dow closed today with its biggest point gain of the year; what are you attributing to the market rally? Do you think it is solely because of Janet Yellen's comments today on Capitol Hill? We will also talk to Apple-Metro CEO Zane Tankel, who is livid about the delay in the employer mandate of Obamacare for companies with 50-100 employees. You won't want to miss what he has to say about the response he has gotten from his employees about all of this Obamacare drama... Mercatus Senior Fellow Veronique DeRugy will join us to discuss French President Hollande's visit to the United States and joint press conference with Obama, Dr. Ablow joins us to discuss "Flappy Bird addiction" and NJ Representative Scott Garrett will be live from Capitol Hill with his response to the suspension of the debt ceiling as well as the GOP alternative to Obamacare,
And the fight goes on... House Democrats Seek To Revive Gun Control Push In Congress 1/29/14 04:32 PM ET WASHINGTON -- A group of Democratic lawmakers is seeking to revive stalled Gun Control efforts on Capitol Hill, after President Barack Obama pledged in his State of the Union address Tuesday to take action "with or without Congress." Reps. Alan Lowenthal (Calif.), Mike Thompson (Calif.), and Elizabeth Esty (Conn.) introduced a House resolution Wednesday calling for renewed congressional action to reduce Gun Violence in the United States. The legislation is backed by the Newtown Action Alliance, one of the anti-Gun Violence groups formed after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012. The resolution states: Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that Gun Violence is a public health issue and Congress should enact by the end of the 113th Congress comprehensive Federal legislation that protects the Second Amendment and keeps communities safe and healthy, including expanding enforcea ...
Got this from the National Guard Association of the United States. Capitol Hill to Hear Army Aviation Plan The Army will carry its plan to take away much of the Army National Guard's helicopter fleet, including all 192 of its AH-64 Apaches, to Capitol Hill this week. Army leaders are scheduled to address the House Armed Services Committee's subcommittee on tactical air and land forces and the House Army Aviation Caucus breakfast. Meanwhile, a proposal from the National Guard Bureau will be made public later this week in an attempt to slow the Army plan's momentum. Several adjutants general have voiced their disapproval with the plan. The Army plan, which would also take half of the Guard's LUH-72 Lakota fleet and put them in the active-component Army along with the Apaches, has already been endorsed by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. The plan also takes away the remaining OH-58 Kiowa Warriors and all of the C-12 fixed-wing aircraft. The chief of the Army aviation branch today explained the rationale for th ...
Whispers are swirling around Capitol Hill that Fort Knox is empty. That all the gold is gone... That the U.S. government has been shipping gold to nations like China (as collateral for a weak dollar). Scary isn't it? Without any gold in Fort Knox, the United States has nothing backing the dollar but faith. Here's what Wall Street Daily analysts have confirmed... The U.S. government has NOT done a public audit of the gold in Fort Knox since 1974. Policymakers have ignored all requests for a new audit, too. Worse yet, $982 million worth of gold has left JFK International Airport in New York since the year began. The destination? Somewhere in South Africa. The gold shipment was confirmed by the U.S. Census Bureau's foreign trade division.
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Last week Top Chefs Tom Colicchio and Mike Isabella reached out to Capitol Hill to discuss food security issues in the United States. At the same time, I introduced bipartisan legislation to provide tax-relief to hunters who donate processed meats like moose, caribou and other wild game to food-based charities like the Food Bank of Alaska; just one step in fighting the chronic issue of hunger in Alaska and across the country. In fact, most Food Banks struggle to bring in proteins and, unfortunately, most protein they give out is processed or canned, and far from the “farm-to-table” ideal advocated by Travel Channel Hosts Anthony Bourdain and Andrew Zimmern. I’ve been told that this year more than 106,000 Alaskans don’t know where their next meal will come from, an especially alarming statistic in a state like Alaska that is blessed with a great abundance of wildlife and natural resources. The Wild Game Donation Act of 2013 begins to help some of the hunger problems in our country while also prov . ...
* In 1892 The Supreme Court determined and declared the United States was indeed a Christian Nation * In 1952 President Truman established one day a year as a "National Day of Prayer." * In 1988 President Reagan designated the First Thursday in May of each year as the National Day of Prayer. _ In June 2007 (then) Presidential Candidate Barack Obama declared that the USA, "Was no longer a Christian nation." - This year President Obama canceled the 21st Annual National Day of Prayer Ceremony at the White House under the ruse Of "not wanting to offend anyone" - BUT... on September 25, 2009 from 4 AM until 7 PM, a National Day of Prayer FOR THE MUSLIM RELIGION was Held on Capitol Hill, beside the White House. There were over 50,000 Muslims in D.C. that day. HE PRAYS WITH THE MUSLIMS! _ I guess it Doesn't matter if "Christians" Are offended by this event - We obviously Don't count as "anyone" Anymore. The direction in which this country is headed should strike fear in the heart of every Christian, especially k ...
The “congressman: Meet the House’s newest member Before Rep. Vance McAllister won a special election last month to represent Louisiana’s 5th Congressional District, the 39-year-old businessman had not only never run for public office, but never stepped foot in the nation’s capital. But today, as he settles into an office on Capitol Hill that once belonged to President Gerald Ford, he tells “The Fine Print” he hopes to rise above the partisan squabble that contributed to the lowest approval ratings ever for Congress. “It just seems like there's a lot of bickering, a lot of arguing, a lot about partisanship, whether it's right of wrong,” said McAllister, a Republican. “People are just tired of seeing all the fighting they want to see things happening and moving forward.” Part of rising above the partisanship, McAllister said, includes giving Obama the respect he deserves as the president of the United States. “I pray for him every day and hope he makes the right decisions and has the r ...
“Iran’s Nuclear Triumph” roared the headline of the Wall Street Journal editorial. William Kristol is again quoting Churchill on Munich. Since the news broke Saturday night that Iran had agreed to a six-month freeze on its nuclear programme, we are back in the Sudetenland again. Why? For not only was this modest deal agreed to by the United States, but also by our NATO allies Germany, Britain and France. Russia and China are fine with it. Iran’s rivals, Turkey and Egypt, are calling it a good deal. Saudi Arabia says it “could be a first step toward a comprehensive solution for Iran’s nuclear programme.” Qatar calls it “an important step toward safeguarding peace and stability in the region.” Bahrain, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates have issued similar statements. Israeli President Shimon Peres calls the deal satisfactory. Former Military Intelligence Chief Amos Yadlin has remarked of the hysteria in some Israeli circles, “From the reactions this morning, I might have thought Iran h ...
US, Iran nuclear deal spurs bipartisan concern in Congress Congress expressed bipartisan concern Sunday about the deal the United States and allies reached overnight with Iran to halt that country’s nuclear program. “My greatest concerns are seeing follow-through,” Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker, the top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, told “Fox News Sunday.” “This administration is very big on announcements and less so on following through. [Iran] is spiking the ball in the end zone.” He also repeatedly said he didn’t want the interim deal to “become the norm.” Corker was joined on the show by Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., also a member of the chamber’s Foreign Relations committee. “We are very concerned as to whether Iran will live up to these agreements,” Cardin said. “Congress needs to be prepared.” Both suggested that Capitol Hill is prepared to reinstate sanctions that have been lifted in the deal and impose new ones. Iran and six world powers reached a deal ...
President Barack Obama called Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Sunday, just hours after the Israeli leader harshly criticized an American-backed deal that would temporarily ease certain sanctions on Iran in exchange for a six-month freeze in that nation's nuclear program. Netanyahu had called the agreement, struck early Sunday morning in Geneva, a "historic mistake," a position that gained support from some pro-Israel lawmakers in both parties on Capitol Hill. White House officials presented the Obama-Netanyahu conversation in a positive light in a readout sent to reporters Sunday afternoon. "The two leaders reaffirmed their shared goal of preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon," the White House said. "Consistent with our commitment to consult closely with our Israeli friends, the President told the Prime Minister that he wants the United States and Israel to begin consultations immediately regarding our efforts to negotiate a comprehensive solution. The President underscored that the United St ...
CIA is secretly collecting bulk records of international money transfers - including transactions into and out of the United States - under the same law that the National Security Agency uses for its huge database of Americans' phone records, according to current and former government officials. CIA financial records program, which the officials said is authorized by provisions in the Patriot Act and overseen by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, offers evidence that the extent of government data collection programs is not fully known and that the national debate over privacy and security may be incomplete. Some details of the CIA program were not clear. But it was confirmed by several current and former officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the matter remains classified. The data does not include purely domestic transfers or bank-to-bank transactions, several officials said. Another, while not acknowledging the program, suggested that the surveillance court had imposed rule ...
SPACEWAR PART 2 (IRAN) Officials had earlier warned that the kind of new sanctions being mulled by bipartisan senators on Capitol Hill could alienate Iran's negotiating team and embolden hardliners in Iran that oppose dialogue between President Hassan Rouhani's envoys and the United States. "The American people justifiably and understandably prefer a peaceful solution that prevents Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, and this agreement, if it's achieved, has the potential to do that," Carney said.
"Georgetown University is a private research university in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1789, it is the oldest Jesuit and Catholic university in the United States. Georgetown's main campus, located in Washington's Georgetown neighborhood, is noted for Healy Hall, a National Historic Landmark in the Romanesque revival style. Georgetown operates a law center on Capitol Hill and auxiliary campuses in Italy, Turkey, and Qatar. Georgetown's founding by John Carroll, America's first Catholic bishop, realized efforts to establish a Roman Catholic college in the province of Maryland that were repeatedly thwarted by religious persecution. The university expanded after the American Civil War under the leadership of Patrick Francis Healy, who came to be known as Georgetown's "second founder" despite having been born a slave. Jesuits have participated in the university's administration since 1805, a heritage Georgetown celebrates, but the university has always been governed independently of the Society of Jesus and of ...
➞ Victims of testify before Congress ➞ The victims of a drone strike alleged to be launched last year by the United States spoke to members of on Tuesday and urged the to stop killing civilians with weaponized unmanned aerial vehicles. Rafiq ur Rehman, a primary school teacher from North Waziristan, Pakistan, spoke through an interpreter on Capitol Hill on Tuesday along with his two children, ages nine and 13 [...] ➞ | October 29, 2013 |
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): NSA Spying: Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany and President François Hollande of France on Friday called for talks with the United States on new rules for their intelligence relationship after reports that the National Security Agency monitored Merkel’s cellphone and collected data about millions of French citizens. “We've got a real problem. I think we've got an agency that's a bit out of control,” Sen. Bernie Sanders said on WCAX-TV. On The Thom Hartmann Program on Friday, Sanders said spying on allies undermines the fight against international terrorism. A Saturday rally on Capitol Hill was planned to protest NSA spying on U.S. allies and American citizens, WPTZ-TV said in a report that cited Sanders’ letter to President Barack Obama voicing his concerns. Save Social Security: “Despite the fact that poll after poll shows that the American people overwhelmingly do not want to cut Social Security, Medicare or Medicaid, very powerful Big Money in ...
There are many problems facing the United States of America. All caused by Barrack Obama and his administration. Everyday it's an uphill battle for the fair and balanced media trying to get answers from Jay Carney Press Secretary for Obama. He refuses to take questions, he answers questions that make no sense, or he lies outright lies! The Scandals and COVERUPS by OBAMA is unconscionable, the following scandals are still open and to date they have not been resolved only covered up! * BENGHAZI Libya 4 Americans murdered by terrorists on 9/11/2012! At the beginning of the attack Hillary Clinton was immediately notified and contacted OBAMA! Both new the level of the attack yet they refused to send help! The next day Sunday Ambassador Rice went on five news show blaming the attack on a video! Obama came out of the White House and alluded to the video. Later that morning off he went to Las Vegas for a political outing! The coverup continued in fact Two a Generals were shown the door and other military we're k ...
How big is a trillion? Pay attention to government spending. Well many have tried to define a trillion, here are a few examples. $1 trillion was the cost of the entire Federal Budget in 1987. In 2007, Microsoft generated $51 billion in revenue — that’s sales, not profits. To reach a trillion dollars in revenue, we’d need 20 Microsofts. A box that holds a case of copier paper will hold about $72,000 one-dollar bills. It would take 1.4 billion boxes to hold a trillion dollars. It would take 1.8 trillion pennies to fill the Empire State Building. $1 trillion would be enough money to buy about a 1,000 boxes of Girl Scout cookies for every person in the United States. If you spent $1 million an hour, non-stop for 24 hours a day, you wouldn’t run out of money for 411 years. If you took 3.6 trillion one-dollar bills, and placed them end-to-end, that line of bills would reach from Capitol Hill to the sun and then back to Capitol Hill and then back to the sun – and then almost all the way back to Capitol ...
A blog called Capitol Hill Cubans has taken me to task for my recent Washington Post commentary in which I ask why the United States put the Cuban Five in jail when their primary goal was to prevent terrorist attacks on their homeland?
Experts: If N. Korea falls, US must be prepared to fill void By Chris Carroll Stars and Stripes WASHINGTON — Is North Korean leader Kim Jong Un strengthening his grip on power after a turbulent period, or is the isolated and despotic regime on the verge of collapse? Both could be the case, said Bruce Bennett, a North Korea expert at RAND Corp., a key think tank in the national security establishment. The risks are severe enough that the United States and other nations should take steps now to prepare for a potential crisis that could draw in hundreds of thousands of U.S. and allied troops, he said. Bennett, who presented his new report, “Preparing for the Possibility of a North Korean Collapse” in a Capitol Hill briefing Wednesday, said the crisis could be sparked by “one bullet” if Kim were assassinated, for instance. South Korean intelligence sources reportedly believe Kim was targeted in a March 2013 attempt. That was just one month after North Korea severely ramped up tensions with the outsi ...
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Sergio S Brizio Civil Engineer Turin - Italy Dear friends, dear President, dear, dear Jon and all the guys in the team ... I rejoice with you for the great battle won ... a result that is in front of the world says that the States are the same as always in defense of the rights of the weakest ... As I have already written , these are the States that I have always loved as a boy . These are the United States of America and around the world carry high the beacon of freedom and human rights . This is the United States that dear Jon thought I would like also to the dignity of the patriots of the Ivory Coast massacred by the President / Dictator Ouattara wanted by French multinationals to continue to steal the riches that the good God has given Ivorians. I ask you please do return to Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo waits for him . his people . Laurent Gbagbo , flag of freedom for the peoples of Africa . Laurent Gbagbo Lion of the freedom of his people for Young People . Even this dear Jon . Also this dear ...
USD/CAD: Canadian Dollar Steady As Markets Eye Debt Ceiling Deadlock USD/CAD has edged lower as we start the new trading week. The pair is trading in the mid-1.03 range in the North American session. There are no Canadian or US releases on Monday, as the markets in both countries are closed for a holiday. In Washington, negotiations over the weekend failed to produce an agreement to raise the debt ceiling, as the prospect of a possible debt default by the United States looms larger. Over the weekend, negotiations continued on Capitol Hill between the Republican and Democrat Senate leaders, but they failed to reach on agreement on the debt ceiling, which will be reached on Thursday. The parties have made little progress on the budget deadlock, as the government shutdown heads into its third week. A bipartisan proposal has been floated which would fund the government for six months and raise the debt limit until January 31. In the meantime, the impasse on Capitol Hill continues, and it’s hard to see how t ...
As U.S. politicians of both political parties are still shuffling back and forth between the White House and the Capitol Hill without striking a viable deal to bring normality to the body politic they brag about, it is perhaps a good time for the befuddled world to start considering building a de-Americanized world. Emerging from the bloodshed of the Second World War as the world's most powerful nation, the United States has since then been trying to build a global empire by imposing a postwar world order, fueling recovery in Europe, and encouraging regime-change in nations that it deems hardly Washington-friendly. With its seemingly unrivaled economic and military might, the United States has declared that it has vital national interests to protect in nearly every corner of the globe, and been habituated to meddling in the business of other countries and regions far away from its shores.
While funding dispute in Washington remains unsettled, the emerging world leaders look upon the United States with genuine worry on what was happening on Capitol Hill and in the White House, including Washington’s most important economic partners, Saudi Arabia, and China on international recovery unless the United States raise its debt ceiling and reopen its government to rejoin the common world to play by the same rules.
Impack "Shutdown USA" ? TOP NEWS Obama to cut short Asia trip as shutdown continues Wed, Oct 02 05:14 AM EDT 1 of 17 By Andy Sullivan and Thomas Ferraro WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Wednesday scaled down a long-planned trip to Asia, as a U.S. government shutdown entered a second day with no end in sight to the funding row in Congress that triggered it. Obama is expected to leave on Saturday for summit meetings in Indonesia and Brunei. Malaysian media quoted Prime Minister Najib Razak as saying he would now skip a subsequent visit to Kuala Lumpur. His last stop, in the Philippines, also now looks in question. The president would thus be able to return home just days before an even bigger crunch in Congress, which will put the United States at risk of defaulting on its debts if it does not raise the U.S. public debt ceiling. The fight between Obama's Democrats and the Republicans over the government's borrowing power is rapidly merging with the standoff over everyday funding, which has f ...
The Iran End Game latest UN General Assembly gatherings have served to reiterate the grand spectacle of what is wrong, and in some ways right, about world politics. The usual players have turned up to make a scene. We have a vibrant Brazilian leader Dilma Roussef scolding the United States for its surveillance fetish. We have a bobbish Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani wishing to make his mark. And there is the large question mark over what is to be done about Syria. President Barack Obama is seen to be in a bother. There is the issue of government shutdown at home. The Syrian outfoxing, even if exaggerated, was notable enough to get those on Capitol Hill huffing about American inadequacy. At the United Nations, the President has found himself having to insist he did, in all earnestness, want to bomb Syria, which is another example of how one good violation of international law deserves another. Now, he is insisting that the Assad regime hand over chemical weapons with speedy urgency. In this heady ride on t ...
Bill would abolish bulk collection of phone, online records Spying by the National Security Agency has cost the United States economically and angered allies, a bipartisan group of senators said Wednesday in unveiling legislation that would end the collection of millions of Americans' phone records and data on Internet usage. Three Democrats _ Oregon's Ron Wyden, Mark Udall of Colorado and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut _ and Republican Rand Paul of Kentucky outlined their legislation to end longstanding NSA surveillance practices and open up some of the actions of the secret federal court that reviews government surveillance requests. The lawmakers argued that their bill is the appropriate response to disclosures this past summer about the sweeping surveillance programs _ one that gathers U.S. phone records and another that is designed to track the use of U.S.-based Internet servers by foreigners with possible links to terrorism. Wyden said the programs and revelations have undercut U.S. businesses re ...
United States stocks fell on Monday as comments by a Federal Reserve official and a looming political deadline in Washington outweighed earlier upbeat economic data from Germany and China, Reuters reported. Referring to the timeline that Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke articulated in June, New York Fed President William Dudley said the framework for withdrawing stimulus is “still very much intact” as long as the economy keeps improving. Investors were caught off guard last week when the Fed decided against reducing asset purchases from the current $85bn monthly pace after many had anticipated a change in policy would come in September. The Standard and Poor’s 500 had rallied 1.2 per cent last Wednesday after the decision by the Fed. But the index is now on pace for a third straight decline, in which it has dropped 1.5 per cent. Adding to concerns was the approaching October 1 deadline for Congress to avoid a government shutdown as lawmakers negotiate ahead of the end of the fiscal year on September 30. ...
One more reason to know your farmers and where your food comes from. The Farm and Food File for the week beginning Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013 High mileage chicken Alan Guebert Just before the Labor Day weekend began Friday, Aug. 30, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced that China was welcome “to export processed, cooked chicken to the United States.” If USDA hoped this little nugget might get overlooked during summer’s last, languid holiday, that thought was deep-fried by noon when Politico, the fast-rising Capitol Hill news service, sniffed out the story. USDA did acknowledge (and Politico faithfully reported) that this “equivalence of the Food Safety inspection system for processed poultry in the People’s Republic of China” did not mean the U.S. would be “importing any raw chicken from China.” In fact, explained the USDA explainers, “No chickens raised or slaughtered in China are eligible for export to the United States, even if they are proce ...
This week, after celebrating the independence of our country, we were left in a place of deep gratitude for those who courageously fought for our rights to freedom. The truth of “liberty and justice for all” is a banner of hope we proudly stand under–because each day, we face the reality of how millions of people have had their freedoms stolen through the oppression of sex trafficking. The heroes we celebrate on the 4th of July inspire us to keep fighting for the freedom and dignity of every human being, and this year, in addition to our international efforts, the Exodus Cry Prevention Team will be focusing on the United States. Our vision: to see modern-day freedom fighters take an active stand against the sex trafficking epidemic that exists. On July 17, 2013 Exodus Cry will have the honor and privilege of screening Nefarious: Merchant of Souls in the U.S. Capitol Building to members of Congress. Rep. Randy Hultgren and Rep. Frank Wolf have both been stirred by Nefarious. In response to what they ...
Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the United States struck down key parts of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The legislation prohibiting voting practices that discriminate against persons based on their race was signed into law after relentless work of civil rights advocates such as the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., John Lewis, Julian Bond, the late Rev. Bruce Klunder, the late James Earl Chaney, the late Andrew Goodman and the late Michael Henry Schwerner. The law—which has helped stop recent discriminatory voter identification mandates—is the very law that helped put into office President Obama and the numerous and remarkable women and people of color who serve as leaders on Capitol Hill and who have helped usher in this great moment in United States history.
Hindu American Foundation's 10th Anniversary Celebrated on Capitol Hill Source WASHINGTON, DC, June 21, 2013: The Hindu American Foundation, founded by second generation professionals as an advocacy organization for Hindus in the United States and elsewhere in the world, June 4 celebrated 10 years of activism on Capitol Hill. Before the gala celebration -- attended by over 300 people in the ornate House Canon Caucus Room in Capitol Hill -- a Hindu monk offered the opening prayer for the US House of Representatives. The birth sesquicentennial of Swami Vivekananda, considered Hinduism's first ambassador to the West, was marked in the Congressional Record. The Congressional reception, where Senate and House leaders lauded the HAF's accomplishments over the years, followed. 'The dividends of a decade of investments in education, advocacy, and tireless interactions with every level of our nation's government were on display throughout HAF's full day of events,' said Dr Mihir Meghani, physician, co-founder and ...
Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky is one of four senators on Capitol Hill who introduced a new bill Thursday that would block President Obama from getting involved in the Syrian Civil War. It comes after the Obama administration announced plans last week to send arms to the rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad’s regime after determining Assad had been using chemical weapons on its people. The bill proposed Thursday would stop “the Central Intelligence Agency, the Department of Defense, or any other agency or entity of the United States involved in intelligence activities” from “supporting, directly or indirectly, military or paramilitary operations in Syria by any nation, group, organization, movement, or individual.” Read more:
"Principle, Not Politics:" Republican Legislators Join ACLU Against Obama's Coup Republican Senator Rand Paul (KY), along with Republican Representatives Amash of Michigan, Massie of Kentucky, Mulvaney of South Carolina, Gohmert of Texas, and Sanford of South Carolina, held an extraordinary news conference Thursday on Capitol Hill, along with civil-libertarian and former Deputy Assistant Attorney General Bruce Fein, as well as leaders of the ACLU and other civil liberties organizations. Capitol Hill Club Press Conference, June 13, 2013 Senator Paul has filed the "Fourth Amendment Restoration Act of 2013," which is summarized in its opening as, An Act to stop the National Security Agency from spying on citizens of the United States. Senator Paul's bill is accompanied by a bipartisan bill in the House of Representatives called the LIBERT-E Act cosponsored by Republican Represenative Justin Amash and senior Democrat John Conyers of Michigan, the distinguished ranking member of House Judiciary. The Amash-Cony ...
Today on Washington D.C: The Best Reality Show on T.V... Today is the 6th month anniversary of The Newtown Elementary shooting. Washington D.C. Politicians on both sides of the aisle Huff and Puff about Guns Violence, but they AIN'T serious!!! It's just a Dog and Pony Show on Capitol Hill! America's Biggest issue is the Epidemic of Guns, especially with our Young People! How can Washington face Gun Violence with Afghanistan still out there, The President of the United States' Hometown the Epicenter of Gun Violence, and the NRA: The Most Powerful Lobby in Washington!
To: Friends & Supporters From: Gary L. Bauer Obama Promotes Rice & Power News broke this morning that National Security Advisor Tom Donilon will resign next month. President Obama will be promoting U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice to replace him. You remember Susan Rice, right? She was picked by the White House to go on five national Sunday talk shows and mislead the American people about the Benghazi attacks. "What sparked the violence was a very hateful video on the Internet," Rice said. "It was a reaction to a video that had nothing to do with the United States." Many believe Rice was simply reciting heavily-edited talking points, and was probably the one senior-level person who didn't know better. Nevertheless, her promotion says a lot about the Obama mindset. James Carville said, "…this is kind of an in your face appointment." Obama initially tried to promote Rice to Secretary of State when Hillary announced she was leaving. But outrage on Capitol Hill was overwhelming and Rice withdrew. There is nothing ...
Operation Persian Gulf About About Biography Amil Imani is an Iranian-American writer, poet, novelist, essayist, public speaker, political analyst who has been writing and speaking out about the danger of radical Islam both in United States and internationally. He has become a formidable voice in America as well as for the struggling people of his native land of Iran. Born in Tehran, Imani moved to the United States during the radical Islamic Revolution of 1978/79. His numerous articles about Islam have been published in many newspapers and magazines around the world as well as in thousands of Internet magazines, websites and blogs. Imani's writings can be found on his website Amil Imani.com. He is a regular commentator on the Iranian issues on BBC World News. He is also 2010 honoree of EMET: "the Speaker of the Truth Award" at the Capitol Hill. Imani is the author of the riveting book “Obama Meets Ahmadinejad” and his new upcoming book "Operation Persian Gulf." Description Drums of war beat ever loud ...
We The People of the United States of America offer as evidence of impeachable offenses: Exhibit # 1: Three Scandals a Charm? Posted on May 14, 2013 IRS, Benghazi, AP. Which of the 3 could take down Obama? Each in their own should be enough. All three together show the corruption at the core of liberals. Check it out: Sometimes when it rains on second-term presidents, they need more than an umbrella. President Obama tried Monday to dismiss as “political games” persistent questions about how the White House handled last year’s attacks in Benghazi, Libya, while at the same time a new uproar about IRS scrutiny of conservative advocacy organizations ignited on Capitol Hill. Obama said if IRS agents willfully exercised political bias, responsible personnel must be “held accountable.” As he was speaking during a brief news conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron, the reactions of House and Senate lawmakers suggested Obama did little to tamp down the Benghazi controversies, which have pers ...
Prince Harry arrived in Washington on Thursday, opening an eight-day tour of the United States with a visit to the White House and Capitol Hill, where a large crowd of adoring fans were on hand to greet him.
The U.S. drone campaign against suspected terrorists is drawing new attention on Capitol Hill with the nomination of White House counterterrorism adviser John Brennan to be Director of Central Intelligence. But outside of the United States, opinion on the use of drones for targeted killings is alrea...
Music Managers Forum manager, music publisher, speaker and consultant Barry Bergman is the founder and president of the Music Managers Forum in the United States. An outspoken advocate on artist rights, he has testified on Capitol Hill serving the interests of artists. The Sixties As a young man, Barry Bergman was hanging out at Greenwich Village coffeehouses, listening to music while attending New York University where he acquired a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and Management. After graduation, unsuccessful attempts to be employed within the music business on a full-time basis sent Barry further downtown where he became a stockbroker with Steiner, Rouse & Company. While employed on Wall Street, Barry created Free Enterprise Music Company, a record production and publishing company, signing recording artists and songwriters. The Seventies Several minor successes and networking landed Barry his first full-time job in the music business for the well-established publishing company, The Edward B. M ...
Been busy the past days doing work for the Breaking the Silence Speakers Tour. If you have not signed up to bring us to your community, you can do so by visiting is my Washington/Capitol Hill lesson for the week ... There too many political parties interest in the United States to hold Barack Obama accountable. 1. Democratic Party leaders are not holding Barack Obama accountable vis-a-vis the crisis in the Congo due to a few things. a. Obama may not come to their fundraisers or other party leaders may not support their campaigns for calling out a democratic president b. They may not get appointments to key offices opened for democrats or nominated for positions c. They may not be invited to the White House or other Democratic Party events e. They may lose party support for giving Republicans something to talk about to attack a democratic president 2. Republican Party leaders can't wait for Obama to mess up so they can use the Congo as a way to holding a Democratic president accountable due to a few things ...
'Carbon Fee & Dividend' Bill Introduced to Battle 'Planetary Emergency' of Climate Change - Jon Queally, staff writer The day after two new opinion polls revealed overwhelming public support for "significant action on tackling Climate Change"—and several days ahead of a planned climate rally in Washington billed as the "largest in US history"—two Senators on Thursday announced their plans for new legislation that would, among other provisions, include a carbon fee and dividend component designed to incentivize a move away from fossil fuels and towards a more sustainable energy system in the United States. A press conference held by Sen.Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA), and attended by leaders from environmental and consumer advocacy groups, was held on Capitol Hill to explain the contents of the two bills drafted and the thinking driving the proposals. "I fear very much that our children, grandchildren and great- grandchildren are going to look back on this period in history and ask ...
Here’s a brief look at the types of groups the NRA feels it must keep its eyes on. Women: Gun rights activists spent last week arguing on Capitol Hill guns make women safer. Despite a focus on issues having little to do with guns, women’s groups are among the NRA’s enemies. That includes the Federation of Women’s Clubs, League of Women Voters of the United States, National Organization for Women, National Council of *** Women, Women’s National Democratic Club. The medical community: If you’re in a major medical community, chances are you made the list. The American Medical Association, American Nurses Association, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Association for Surgery of Trauma, Congress of Neurological Surgeons are included. Law enforcement: And don’t forget about those who are trying to stop violence from happening in the first place. The National Association of Police Organizations and the Police Foundation made the list. Sports teams: Even sports teams are included, includin .. ...
Associated Press   WASHINGTON (AP) - An unclassified Justice Department memo reveals that the Obama administration has had more lenient rules than publicly known for when drone attacks can be launched to kill U.S. citizens working abroad with terrorists.   The government does not need evidence that a specific attack is imminent, the newly disclosed Justice Department white paper says, only that the targeted suspect is involved in ongoing plotting against the United States.   "The threat posed by al-Qaida and its associated forces demands a broader concept of imminence in judging when a person continually planning terror attacks presents an imminent threat," the document says.   The undated document surfaced as Obama administration official John Brennan, who helped manage the drone program, heads to Capitol Hill on Thursday for his confirmation hearing to be CIA director. The hearing is taking place as a growing number of senators are asking to see a still-classified Justice Department legal ...
No wonder God Almighty the God of Abraham, Isaac, & Jacob is against all liars and their fate is the "Lake of Fire" prepared for the devil and his cohorts. LATEST BENGHAZI LIE: Offered by Defense Secretary Leon Panetta today on Sunday talk shows: "Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, ahead of expected testimony on Capitol Hill about the Libya attack, said Sunday that the United States simply didn’t have enough time to respond to the fatal terrorist strike." SEVEN HOUR STAND-OFF? Africom team an hour and a half away TOPS? Why did the former Navy Seals trying to protect the Ambassador flash lasers on the top of their building as a signal to AIR COVER? AND THIS FROM FOX NEWS SEAN HANNITY: ".But as David Petraeus testified, by the time that Susan Rice appeared on five Sunday talk shows, five days after the 9/11 attack to distribute misinformation about this YouTube video, hits agency had already supplied guidance to the administration clearly identifying Benghazi as a terrorist attack. However, from the time tha ...
I found this tidbit when researching my paper, so those who use sleep aids be aware: In the News: Side Effects of Ambien and Other Sleep Aids Ambien (zolpidem) and similar sleep-promoting hypnotic drugs were prescribed more than twenty-six million times in the United States in 2005 and steadily continue to increase in use. Because so many people now use drugs such as Ambien, hundreds of people have reported unusual side effects with their use. The most publicized reports of Ambien side effects concern sleep-driving and sleep-eating, behaviors that are similar to sleepwalking, or somnambulism. Sleep-driving under the influence of Ambien made headlines on May 4, 2006, when Congressman Patrick Kennedy of Rhode Island had a single-car accident at the U.S. Capitol in the early morning. The Capitol Hill Police cited Kennedy for failure to keep a proper lane, unreasonable speed, and failure to give full time and attention to the operation of a vehicle. Considerable attention was given by the media because no sob ...
Saturday, 6 April 2013 12:00 in EDT United States Government has been imprisoning our brothers and sisters for obtaining information, fighting for freedom, and exposing lies. As always, we stand in solidarity with these anons and to reaffirm our continuing support for them, we will hold a in support of those currently under indictment or in prison including, but not limited to, the PayPal14, , Bradley Manning, and all others. We will rally at 12:00 PM est at Freedom Plaza in Washington DC where there will be revolutionary charged musicians and speakers. From there, we will have a big march stopping at Capitol Hill, the Department of Justice, the FBI building, the White House, and others. This event is not solely a product of but is open to all ideas and actions. Share this event with anyone who will be interested. Thank you, --FreeAnons
(Here's another news story from China Daily. We've all heard that the US is the world's "melting pot" - which is a good thing. Let's just hope these new proposals to change the immigration laws don't cause the US to actually "melt down.") Obama Proposal Targets Talent To Boost Economy By Qin Zhongwei, Chen Weihua, and Liu Yuhan Posted : Thu, 31-Jan-2013 09:33:32 +0800 High-skilled Chinese workers and students in the United States may benefit from a proposal by US President Barack Obama to overhaul the immigration system, observers said. Obama said that the time has come to promote comprehensive reform to change the "out-of-date" immigration system. Speaking on Tuesday in Las Vegas, where 27 percent of the population is Hispanic, Obama said that if Congress declines to act he will send his own proposal to Capitol Hill. He made his proposal a day after a bipartisan group of senators outlined their reform framework. The proposals by Obama and the senators emphasize a path to legal residency and citizenship f ...
            Delaware Electric Cooperative is proud to announce it will, once again, sponsor an all expense paid trip for three high school juniors to attend the National Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour in Washington, DC. DEC is also announcing the opportunity for students to apply for Co-op scholarships.   Co-op Youth Tour   This year's Youth Tour is being held June 16-20, and will bring together more than 1,500 students representing 44 states. Participants will see all that Washington, D.C. has to offer while learning about the history of the United States and the electric co-op movement.   This is an opportunity to meet with your Congressional Delegation on Capitol Hill and tour the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. Other scheduled events for the 2013 Youth Tour include the War Memorials, the Holocaust Museum, Mt. Vernon, Arlington National Cemetery and the play "Shear Madness" at the Kennedy Center.   Students will ...
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I hate to keep reposting this. The people trying to fire a speaker of the house of the United States Government is Norquist and his money men the Koch Brothers. The AMA that are mobilizing against boehner are funded by the Koch Brothers. What was Boehner's offense? Raising the taxes on the enemies of the United States. IMPEACH THE OATH TAKERS NOW! * Maybe they will challenge the his position! Do you think this is wishful speculation among conservatives? Keep in mind it will only take 17 Republicans to prevent Boehner from winning the speakership! (Requires 50% of the votes. Typically there are 2 nominees, one from each party selected by the party leadership. However, votes are not limited to the 2 nominees. Therefore, it just takes 17 Republicans to vote a write-in and a second ballot would be warranted (now with a challenger!) This hasn't been done sine 1923. FOX NEWS: Amid the angst, a draft plan was supposedly circulating on Capitol Hill laying out a possible path for challenging Boehner. Ron Meyer, pr ...
The following is an excerpt from "On the News With Thom Hartmann: Stakes of So-Called "Fiscal Cliff" Just Got Higher" You need to know this. When it comes to the so-called “fiscal cliff,” the stakes just got a lot higher. Secretary of the Treasury Tim Geithner announced on Wednesday that in addition to the fiscal cliff deadline at the end of the year, the United States will also hit its borrowing limit on December 31st, meaning the debt-limit will have to be raised a lot sooner than previously believed. Unlike going over the fiscal cliff, which will have very little economic impact in the short-term, refusing to raise the debt-limit and forcing the United States to default, would have immediate and catastrophic effects. Not only would the US economy be hurt, but the entire world’s economy would as well. But that won’t stop Tea Party Republicans from using the debt-limit as leverage to force the President to agree to steep spending cuts that target working families across America. Between the manuf ...
"Geithner: US will hit $16.4 trillion debt limit on New Year’s Eve" Hill Dec 26 "The United States will reach its $16.4 trillion borrowing limit on Dec. 31 and undertake “extraordinary measures” to avoid default, the Treasury Department informed congressional leaders in a letter on Wednesday. The notice about the debt ceiling came packaged with a stark warning from Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, who said the policy uncertainty stemming from the “fiscal cliff” makes it impossible for him to say with certainty how much time lawmakers have left to raise the borrowing cap. "Given the significant uncertainty that now exists with regard to unresolved tax and spending policies for 2013, it is not possible to predict the effective duration of these measures," Geithner wrote. . . "
Anwar al-Awlaki on Capitol Hill and the Problem of “Extremists” and “Moderates” By Robert Spencer In 2002, PBS produced a documentary on the life of Muhammad, Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet. I wrote in a National Review article at the time that the documentary presented an “attractively packaged, sanitized version of Islam.” It features Islamic apologist Karen Armstrong; Daisy Khan, the deeply deceitful “moderate” who shot to national prominence in the Ground Zero mosque controversy, and others of that ilk. But it is also noteworthy for capturing the slain jihad terror mastermind Anwar al-Awlaki, leading Muslim prayers on Capitol Hill. Al-Awlaki was involved in many of the recent jihad mass murder plots in the United States; he was in contact with Major Nidal Hasan, the Fort Hood jihad mass murderer; Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Christmas underwear jihadist; and others, Of course, the New York Times hailed al-Awlaki on October 19, 2001 as one of “a new generation of Muslim leader capabl ...
I'm trying not to deluge with political, but...read this in the Wichita Eagle yesterday and it has stuck with me. I had the pleasure of meeting Sen. McGovern at a conference a few years ago, and when he found out I was from Kansas, he also mentioned how much he enjoyed working with Sen. Dole and was very proud of the things the accomplished together. Please read this letter and give it some thought before casting your vote next week. I'm not sure Sen. Dole could be elected in the current political climate in Kansas. Place an Ad "Wichita Eagle, The (KS) 2012-10-30 McGovern, Dole set the standard When former South Dakota Sen. George McGovern passed away last week, I could not help but remember back to my days as a staffer for then-Sen. Bob Dole on Capitol Hill. I was privileged to witness their relationship, which set the standard I have held for how government – and politics – should work in America. These two great men worked together to combat hunger, not just in the United States but around the worl ...
You just spent $20,000,000 to move members and/or supporters of Hamas, a terrorist organization, to the United States; housing, food, transportation, the whole 9 yards. HB 1388 PASSED Whether you are an Obama fan, or not, EVERYONE IN THE U.S. Needs to know. H.R. 1388 was passed, behind our backs. You may want to read about it... It wasn't mentioned on the news. it just went by on the ticker tape at the bottom of the CNN screen. Obama funds $20M in tax payer dollars to immigrate Hamas Refugees to the USA . This is the news that did not, and will not, make the headlines. By Executive Order, President Barack Obama has ordered the expenditure of $20.3 million in "migration assistance" to the Palestinian refugees and "conflict victims" in Gaza .. The "presidential determination" (isn't that nice?) which allows hundreds of thousands of Palestinians with ties to Hamas to resettle in the United States, was signed and appears in the Federal Register. Few on Capitol Hill, or in the media, took note that the order p ...
For Immediate Release... Joshua Nelson Receives the Endorsement of “Citizens for Coal” DANVILLE, WV – Joshua Nelson, a candidate for the West Virginia House of Delegates in Boone County, received the endorsement today from the southern West Virginia advocacy group called “Citizens for Coal”. “Citizens for Coal” is a grassroots organization that supports coal, coal people, and their way of life. Mr. Roger Horton is the president for “Citizens for Coal”, and Mr. Dennis Adkins is the Treasurer. Horton and Adkins work tirelessly to protect the West Virginia way of life, and to protect the industry and the people that work in the West Virginia Coal Fields. Horton and Adkins have traveled all over the east coast of the United States, from Capitol Hill in Washington DC, to our own State Capitol right here in Charleston, West Virginia. “Nelson is a God fearing fine young man” said Horton. “Our current representation is just simply not standing up for coal, and our way of life. We believe h ...
The Wall Street Journal Friday, March 4, 2011 Public Broadcasting Should Go Private If these outfits can afford to pay lavish salaries to their heads, they don't need taxpayer help. By JIM DEMINT When presidents of government-funded broadcasting are making more than the president of the United States, it's time to get the government out of public broadcasting. While executives at the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and National Public Radio (NPR) are raking in massive salaries, the organizations are participating in an aggressive lobbying effort to prevent Congress from saving hundreds of millions of dollars each year by cutting their subsidies. The so-called commercial free public airwaves have been filled with pleas for taxpayer cash. The Association of Public Television Stations has hired lobbyists to fight the cuts. Hundreds of taxpayer-supported TV, radio and Web outlets have partnered with an advocacy campaign to facilitate emails and phone calls to Capitol Hill for the purpose of telling members ...
How about these "moochers" Mitt Romney: • Mitt Romney's father, George, moved to the United States from Mexico. The penniless family survived on GOVERNMENT RELIEF IN TEXAS before moving to California. After his missionary work, Romney's father worked for 2 years as a staffer on Capitol Hill, then, after a failed business, he was hired as a lobbyist for Alcoa. (1) • Bain & Co. received a $10-million federal bailout while Romney was at the helm. In a 1994 report in the Boston Globe, Romney worked with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) to bamboozle the American people out of money under the guise of “debt forgiveness.” “Mitt Romney says he saved Bain & Company, but he didn’t tell you that on the day he took over, he had his predecessor FIRE HUNDREDS OF EMPLOYEES, OR THAT THE WAY THE COMPANY WAS RESCUED WAS WITH A FEDERAL BAILOUT OF $10 MILLION. Paul Ryan: • Paul Ryan, whose grandfather served as U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin under President Calvin Coolidge, RECEIV ...
» Reuters Featured Article of the Day End of payroll, Bush tax cuts top US 'fiscal cliff' fears-study WASHINGTON, Oct 1 (Reuters) - If Congress does nothing and the United States plunges off the "fiscal cliff" in three months, taxes would rise for 90 percent of Americans due to automatic increases in income and payroll taxes and other financial shocks, said a report issued on Monday. In the latest forecast of trouble ahead if Capitol Hill cannot overcome its fiscal paralysis, the Tax Policy Center, a Washington think tank, predicted taxes would rise by $500 billion in 2013, or an average of almost $3,500 per household. At the same time, government spending would shrink, reducing the budget deficit. But the economy would likely be thrown back into recession next year, the center said, echoing similar predictions of the devastating impact of going off the "cliff." "Lawmakers could soften that near-term hit by delaying or repealing provisions in the 'cliff' or by enacting other spending and tax policies tha ...
Obama’s Worst Executive Orders Obama’s Tyrannical Executive Orders - Alan Caruba (Bio and Archives) Saturday, September 29, 2012 (6) Comments| Print friendly | Subscribe| Email Us 175 September 24 a Wall Street Journal editorial warned that President Obama is moving to control the Internet by Executive Order. “Any day now, the White House will issue an Executive Order on cyber security, according to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano who said last week that the measure ‘is close to completion.’” It noted that “the White House intends to go ahead with its order in the face of vociferous opposition on Capitol Hill.” “According to leaked versions of the draft, the Executive Order would impose security standards for 16 critical industries” and that “private companies have innovated and invested heavily to protect themselves without regulatory prodding. What they need from the government is an information-sharing program and liability protection.” This is just one more executi ...
"Well, let's see what I've done since I came into office. I said I'd end the war in Iraq. I did." -President Obama interviewed on 60 Minutes last Sunday President Obama once again takes credit for something that he deserves zero credit for: The "end" of the war in Iraq. That "war" (or insurgency), for the most part, ended on Bush's watch, post-surge and Awakening successes. The hard decision which made conditions for troop withdrawal possible- and the one which then senator Obama opposed- was made by President Bush: the president of the United States decided to go for broke. Despite national sentiment against the war, despite condemnation on Capitol Hill, President George W. Bush ordered more than 21,000 additional troops to war-a gamble that may be a pivotal moment for his presidency and the country. The Status of Forces Agreement was also negotiated between President Bush and the Iraqi government. Not by President Obama (who may have tried, as presidential candidate, to have the Iraqi government delay n ...
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Abraham Bejarano of Los Angeles meets with a staffer from the office of Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA-27th District) during Bread for the World Lobby Day in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, June 12, 2012. Hundreds of Bread activists traveled to Capitol Hill to meet with their members of Congress and staff and talk about issues that affect poor and hungry people in the United States and overseas.
Dave Walker, co-founder of No Labels and former United States comptroller general, "Our country faces serious fiscal and other challenges, and they are about to become even more dire with the year-end 'fiscal cliff.' Yet all Congress can do is take symbolic votes that yield no tangible results and punt the money ball down the field for another six months. And despite its failure to act, Congress gives itself a five-week vacation! If our leaders can't come together to solve big problems, they should face serious consequences, like not getting paid. The No Budget, No Pay Act (H.R.3643) aims to remedy a practice that symbolizes the gridlock on Capitol Hill: Congress's continued failure to pass timely budgets and appropriations bill. First proposed by No Labels, a movement of Democrats, Republicans and independents dedicated to the politics of problem-solving, the legislation is a serious reform to an institution in need of one." NYT 8/10/12
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The so-called Arab Spring has seen the Muslim Brotherhood rise to power in the Middle East and North Africa. But those aren't the only regions where the group is spreading its influence: the Brotherhood has also been active in the West for decades. CBN News recently traveled to Europe to discover how the Muslim Brotherhood got here and what it has planned. Sparking a Capitol Debate It's an issue that continues to heat up on Capitol Hill. When Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., and four other GOP House members called for an investigation recently into Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of the U.S. government, they were widely criticized, even by some of their Republican colleagues. Yet documents captured by the FBI show cleary that the Muslim Brotherhood is active in the United States. And Egypt's new president, Mohammed Morsi, reportedly joined the group while he was a student at the University of Southern California in the late 1970s and early 80s. Establishing a Toehold The Brotherhood's presence in the West, ...
Lou Dobbs’ show on June 9, 2005, was an eye popper and even Lou couldn’t contain his shock: Lou Dobbs, CNN Anchor: Good evening, everybody. Tonight, an astonishing proposal to expand our borders to incorporate Mexico and Canada and simultaneously further diminish U.S. sovereignty. Have our political elites gone mad? We’ll have a special report. Blood … Now, incredibly, a panel sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations wants the United States to focus not on the defense of our own borders, but rather create what effectively would be a common border that includes Mexico and Canada.” Christine Romans, CNN Correspondent (voice-over): On Capitol Hill, testimony calling for Americans to start thinking like citizens of North America and treat the U.S., Mexico and Canada like one big country.
These Republican *** will stoop to anything. They're not concerned about the truth of their accusations, just lie enough and soon people will begin to believe the lies. A House Republican lawmaker likened the implementation of a new mandate that insurers offer coverage for contraceptive services to Pearl Harbor and the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks against the United States. Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Kelly (R), an ardent opponent of abortion rights, said that today's date would live in infamy alongside those two other historic occasions. Wednesday marked the day on which a controversial new requirement by the Department of Health and Human Services, which requires health insurance companies to cover contraceptive services for women, goes into effect. "I know in your mind you can think of times when America was attacked. One is December 7th, that's Pearl Harbor day. The other is September 11th, and that's the day of the terrorist attack," Kelly said at a press conference on Capitol Hill. "I want you to remembe ...
The bloodshed in Colorado is just the latest mass shooting to play out in the United States, a nation that reveres its guns no matter how many times such incidents occur. Gallup polls suggest Americans have grown more resistant to tougher gun-control laws over the past two decades. Many states have loosened their gun laws, allowing citizens to carry loaded firearms in public, as the National Rifle Association continues to wield formidable clout on Capitol Hill. In Colorado, people are allowed to have handguns in their cars, businesses and homes and can carry concealed weapons in public.
Dear ANA Member and Colleague, For more than 20 years, the American Nurses Association has advocated for health care reform in the United States to provide universal, affordable health insurance and create a system that emphasizes prevention and wellness rather than "sick care." Today, we've earned a hard-fought victory with the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act – for patients, nurses, and the nation. I am grateful for your support of ANA's efforts to create a health care system that works better for everyone. Read more about ANA's long-standing work to transform the health care system. We worked tirelessly to influence the law to ensure a larger role for nurses to provide patient-centered care and to make our fullest contribution to health care. Our voices were heard on Capitol Hill at rallies and congressional hearings, and at the White House. ANA members' activism contributed to the law's enactment. I'm extremely proud of us for making a huge difference for our patients ...
Derek Mitchell, nominated to be first US Ambassador to Burma in two decades, testifies on Capitol Hill. Speaking on , Derek Mitche paid tribute to political and economic reforms in Burma long advocated by the United States.“As the Burmese government has taken steps over the past year, so, too, has the United States, in an action-for-action approach," he said. "Each action we have taken in recent months has had as its purpose to benefit the Burmese people and strengthen reform and reformers within the system. This engagement should continue and expand.” Mitchell warned. "And continued democratic change is not inevitable. We remain deeply concerned about the continued detention of hundreds of political prisoners and the conditions placed on those previously released, lack of the rule of law, and the constitutional role of the military in the nation’s affairs. Human-rights abuses, including military impunity, continue, particularly in ethnic minority areas,” he said.
AZ/DC Blog Follow Sens. John Mccain and Jon Kyl and the rest of Arizona's Congressional Delegation on AZ/DC, the blog written by Dan Nowicki, The Arizona Republic's award-winning national political reporter. The state is represented in the House by Republicans Jeff Flake, Trent Franks, Paul Gosar, Ben Quayle and David Schweikert and by Democrats Gabrielle Giffords, Raul Grijalva and Ed Pastor. Check back for breaking Capitol Hill news.Schweikert, Quayle introduce bills to block Obama's immigration policy change click to enlarge Reps. David Schweikert and Ben Quayle, the two sitting Arizona Republican Congressmen who are running against each other in the 6th Congressional District primary, each introduced legislation Monday to block President Barack Obama's decision to allow certain young illegal immigrants to apply to work in the United States for two years. Obama and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, a former Arizona governor, announced the new policy on Friday. To apply for work authorizatio ...
This year the citizens of the United States of America are in no mood to vote another Republican Congress into power on Capitol Hill again.
In March, House Homeland Security Committee chief Peter King voiced the belief that there may be hundreds, if not thousands, of Hizbullah operatives inside the United States, capable of launching a major attack on US soil. Now, warnings from lawmakers on Capitol Hill suggest that Iran and its terror proxy, Hizbullah, may have the ability of staging an attack on New York City comparable to the terror that was unleashed on the World Trade Centers on 9/11. According to one NYPD official, there have been at least five other instances of what he called "hostile reconnaissance" against New York City by Iranian agents. "They see that attacking New York or threatening the facilities in New York will destabilize the financial markets and automatically harm the U.S. economy," former CIA agent Reza Kahlili told CBN News. "Many cells are present here. And they have their eyes set on our power plants, water supply, food distribution, bridges, tunnels -- anything that could create fear and also disrupt the daily life o ...
Will Iran Strike New York City on 9/11 Scale? May 17….(By Erick Stakelbeck / CBN News Terrorism Analyst) New York City: It's the center of the US financial system and for many people, the capital of the world. That's why the Big Apple remains a top terror target. From the 1993 World Trade Center bombing to 9/11, and more recently, the Times Square bomber, terrorists have repeatedly targeted Manhattan. Now Iran, the world's largest state sponsor of terror, is reportedly taking aim. A recent warning about the threat posed by Iran and its terror proxy, Hezbollah, came from lawmakers on Capitol Hill. "We know Hezbollah operatives are here," Rep. Peter King, R-NY, told a House committee on Homeland Security in March. "The question is whether these Hezbollah operatives have the capacity to carry out attacks on the US homeland and how quickly they can become fully operational," he said. King said hundreds of operatives are here and that some Iranian diplomats stationed at the United Nations are much more than ...
Eduardo Saverin's decision to leave the United States with his money, but not his citizenship, has apparently touched a nerve in the Senate. Sens. Chuck Schumer and Bob Casey held a press conference Thursday morning on Capitol Hill where they outlined
Today, I held a hearing on Capitol Hill, looking at ways to bring more international visitors to the United States. The goal is to have 100 million visitors within 10 years. As part of the hearing, I asked Scott White, President/CEO of the Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau, to testify about local efforts to promote tourism. Scott did a fantastic job “selling” our area. Here are a couple of takeaways from the hearing: 1) Tourism in the Palm Springs area is definitely on the rise; 2) Marriott Hotels, which have a big presence in Coachella Valley, is adding 50,000 new jobs this year nationwide; and 3) tourism in America is on pace to generate $1.5 trillion in economic activity this year and employ more than 8 million people. And, finally, I have to confess: I shamelessly “plugged” our beautiful desert and vast mountains as a great place to visit. Thanks to all who participated today!
Geronimo's Stolen Identity: Why It Matters!!.Geronimo-Apache Warrior A Northern Paiute woman, who lives and works in Chicago, took her six-year old daughter to get something to eat at a restaurant last week. She and her daughter sat near a father and son who were also there eating. They were close enough for the Paiute woman to overhear the conversation that took place between the father and his son, who was still dressed in his little league baseball uniform. The exchange between the father and son went something like this: Son: “bin Laden was an Indian.” Father: “No, he was an Arab.” Son: “Dad, he was an Indian, because when he was killed, they called him Geronimo and everybody knows Geronimo was an Indian!” Also last week, across the country, an email comes to one of the witnesses prior to the time she was scheduled to testify before the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs oversight hearing last Thursday on Capitol Hill on “Stolen Identities: The Impact of Racist Stereotypes on Indige ...
Rep. Allen West (R-FL), no stranger to controversy, declared on Thursday that *** people are never fired because of their sexual orientation in the United States. “That don’t happen out here in the United States of America,” West told ThinkProgress during an interview on Capitol Hill. When we presse...
Part one: Tax loophole costs billions - Millions of illegal immigrants are getting a bigger tax refund than you. Eyewitness News shows a massive tax loophole that provides billions of dollars in tax credits to undocumented workers and, in many cases, people who have never stepped foot in the United States. And you are paying for it! Part two: Will lawmakers act to close tax loophole for illegal immigrants? - From Indiana to Capitol Hill, thousands of people are now weighing in on a WTHR investigation exposing a tax loophole worth billions for undocumented workers. But what, if anything, can be done about it?
The founder of the “Girls Gone Wild” video series said he bought an internship with Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., and plans to use it to send the winner of his “Search for the Hottest Girl in America” contest to Capitol Hill.
Today, my Asst SecDef invited me to join him and a few others to a luncheon with a few of the surviving members of the Bataan Death March. It was both fascinating and humbling to listen to these former POWs' accounts of their internment during WW II. The event was held at the National Guard Association of the United States' building near Capitol Hill and part of a 70th Anniversary commemoration. I spent nearly an hour talking to Mr. Ben Steele (now 94 years old) and his wife Shirley. He (they) tells an inspiring story...Google him when you get a chance.
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