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Bowles-Simpson to Be Reconsidered

On Tuesday, the House will consider the “Require a PLAN Act” (H.R. 444) to force President Barack Obama to submit a proposed date and plan to balance the budget.   On Wednesday, the House will take up amendments to the

Bowles-Simpson to Be Reconsidered

Inspector General: Nepotism Prevalent at Justice Department

The Justice Department’s inspector general found rampant nepotism in Attorney General Eric Holder’s Justice Department.  According to The Hill, the inspector general found “at least seven instances of federal employees engaging in illegal attempts to hire family members at the

Inspector General: Nepotism Prevalent at Justice Department

Clooney, Congressmen to Protest at Sudan Embassy

(AP) Clooney, congressmen to protest at Sudan embassy WASHINGTON Actor George Clooney will highlight a protest planned for Friday at Sudan’s embassy in Washington. The protesters accuse Sudan’s president, Omar al-Bashir, of provoking a humanitarian crisis and blocking food and

"Horatius Wolf": Rep. Frank Wolf takes on Grover Norquist

Legend has it that ancient Rome was spared a devastating invasion by the courage and skill of a great warrior named Horatius, whose singlehanded defense of a bridge kept the enemy hordes at bay. From time to time, a contemporary

We're Better Off Without the 'Build America Bonds'

The municipal bond market is having a tough time today largely in part of looming rumors concerning the expiration of the Build America Bond or ‘BAB’ program. After all, this program was omitted from Obama’s tax deal with Republicans. As

Which Malik Shabazz Visited White House in July 2009, Mr. President?

In May 2009, the Obama/Holder Justice Department dropped charges in a voter intimidation case against Malik Shabazz, a leader of the New Black Panther Party, despite having already won a summary judgment against him, and his New Black Panther Party