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  • House passes fiscal cliff deal, tamps down GOP revolt

    01/01/2013 7:47:58 PM PST · by Vince Ferrer · 182 replies
    Yahoo ^ | Dec 31, 2012 | Olivier Knox
  • Reid proposes 30-day bill to avert shutdown

    02/22/2011 4:39:58 PM PST · by SmithL · 30 replies
    AP via SFGate ^ | 2/22/11 | ANDREW TAYLOR, Associated Press
    WASHINGTON, (AP) -- The top Democrat in the Senate said Tuesday that he'll bring legislation to the floor next week to keep the government running at current spending levels for 30 days to avoid a shutdown in March. The move by Majority Leader Harry Reid is in keeping with longstanding tradition, but it was immediately rejected by GOP leaders who assailed the Nevada Democrat for freezing spending at levels inflated by generous budget increases provided under President Barack Obama.
  • The Most Important Three-Year Period in History?

    12/31/2009 10:29:45 PM PST · by neverdem · 9 replies · 867+ views
    American Thinker ^ | January 01, 2010 | Steve McCann
    The most important three-year period in the history of the United States will start on January 1, 2010. The choices that we as a people make during this time may well relegate our country to secondary status (easily dominated by those who wish to make us subservient to their power, influence, and ideology) -- or, in the alternative, allow us to continue as the greatest nation in the history of mankind. Is this unadulterated hyperbole? A statement made to incite fear and mobilize the electorate? No, it may well be reality. Some would say that the four years of the...
  • "We Hate the United States": Secessionists Rally at TX Capitol

    09/15/2009 2:22:33 PM PDT · by MinorityRepublican · 17 replies · 1,692+ views
    Texas Observer | Forrest Wilder
    Perhaps the most notable thing about the “Sovereignty or Secession” rally at the state Capitol on Monday was the absence of any remotely mainstream speakers. That little problem in presentation did not escape the event’s organizers from the Texas Nationalist Movement. In fact, several speakers bitterly complained that neither Gov. Rick Perry nor a single one of the 70-plus supporters of Rep. Brandon Creighton’s HCR 50, a resolution asserting Texas’ “sovereignty” from the federal government, made an appearance. Back in April, Perry flirted with the idea of secession when he told reporters after a Tax Day tea party event: “There’s...