Texas Senator Ted Cruz recently made headlines this week when he sparred with fellow Senator Dianne Fienstein over her assault weapons ban legislation.
Cruz questioned the constitutionality of the bill, completely unaware of the
court cases that have established such a ban as clearly within the safety parameters of the Constitution.
Posted in Politics |
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There hasn’t been a bigger dick-measuring contest in Washington since the raising of the debt ceiling last year when it comes to the fiscal cliff.
The start of 2013 will see an end of the Bush tax cuts for all incomes, a lapse in the AMT patch and the beginning of spending cuts under the Budget Control Act of 2011, a combination that many believe could put the nation back into a recession unless action is taken now.
Posted in Fiscal Cliff, Politics |
Tagged Anti-Tax Pledge, Budget Control Act 2011, Congressional Budget Office, Fiscal Cliff, Grover Norquist, John Boehner, John McCain, Lindsey Graham, President Obama, Saxby Chambliss, Tom Cole |
No surprise here, but I love discussing politics. This election season has led to some of the most interesting, and at times insane, debates I’ve ever partaken in.
Thanks to the craziness of the modern-day GOP, this is a year that has seen candidates share a Republican primary debate stage who:
You cannot make this shit up.
Posted in 2012 Campaign |
Tagged Alan Greenspan, Anti-Tax Pledge, Bay Buchanan, Bay Windows, Bruce Bartlett, Chris Christie, Colin Powell, Congressional Research Service, Craig Fugate, DADT, DOMA, Election Season, FEMA, GOP, Grover Norquist, Hurricane Sandy, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Mitt Romney, Obama, Obamacare, Olympia Snowe, Paul Krugman, Planned Parenthood, Roe v. Wade, Tax Policy Center |