Homeland

In their latest attempt to rid the nation of the President’s 2014 immigration executive actions, House Republicans have linked the continued funding of Homeland Security to the defunding of the latest immigration reform. The two parties were clearly not trading heart-shaped candies with loving inscriptions this past Valentine’s Day weekend.

Molo Ram's Congress

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Revenge of the Sith

Watching the Republicans deflect blame to the Democrats for last week’s government shutdown is like listening to Leatherface claim to be a humanitarian.

Leatherface

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The Thin Red Line

On August 21st, Syrian President Bashar Hafez al-Assad’s regime allegedly launched a chemical weapon attack in the suburbs of Damascus, resulting in the deaths of nearly 1,500 civilians according to U.S. Intelligence.

Damascus attack

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Friday

History seems to be repeating itself in Washington, whether it is the debt ceiling, the fiscal cliff or now, the subject of sequestration.  I am predicting another last minute (poor) deal or extension to avoid drastic spending cuts from going into effect, but the real question is: why does this keep happening?

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Mo’ Money

Last week, the nation watched as the President gave his first State of the Union Address of his second term.

Regular readers will know that I was a strong supporter of the President’s fully funded American Jobs Act.  I could not have been more pleased to hear the bill return to the spotlight during last Tuesday’s address.

American Jobs Bill

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