It is clear, the US Government has been taken hostage by the gun manufacturers lobby. They will address over the counter cold medication, but not the repeated and frequent massacres
Archive for January 18th, 2013
Legislators have managed to unite a majority of Americans–in opposition to incumbents’ open-ended service!
Former President Bill Clinton said it best: ‘It takes some brass to attack a guy for doing what you did!’
‘Don’t be dragging people’s children into this. It’s wrong, and I think it demeans them, and it makes them less of a valid, trusted source of information.’
You think just because your home has been foreclosed that you are not on the hook anymore? Turns out that may not be the case, with banks leaving homeowners with zombie titles nationwide.
One of the main stumbling blocks is the development of data from mental health sources…25 states have submitted fewer than 100 mental health records; six have reported zero.
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Karl Rove emerges unscathed from the rubble of his election day melt-down and many scandals as one of DC’s reining pundits.
His statement about guns made 16 years ago can’t help but underscore the question: why are we still having the same conversation?
The issue of the Washington Redskin’s name and logo takes on new importance as one of the two Native Americans in congress terms it ‘offensive.’
When 63% of GOP voters think they’re ‘out of touch’ and 1/3rd of GOP reps are afraid to do their job, it’s time to back slo-o-owly away from Debt Armageddon.
That may be one of the most eye-opening aspects of this developing story—the extreme paranoia on the extreme right.
More independents are trending Democratic than Republican in the past couple of years.
Where do we draw the line on what weapons are allowed?
Republican women gather to figure out why American women don’t like (and won’t vote for) the GOP…and completely miss the mark.
Democrats in Congress have introduced a bill which issues tax credits for surrendering guns. The GOP is balking. At a tax credit. A tax CREDIT. Oh, the irony.
Obama Administration Seeks To Bypass Citizens United, Expose Corporate Money In Politics To Public Scrutiny
With Congress so divided, the chances of any amendment to overturn Citizens United are slim, but there are other options available.