Category Archives: Congress

Sunset: Can tactic once popular help trim federal overreach such as PPACA tax bill?

Many of us who are no longer young and impressionable remember a time when federal overreach was not popular. The current federal behemoth is a result of Congress and presidents vesting more and more power in Washington while degrading power … Continue reading

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As with ‘Affordable Housing’, GOP and Dems fail on health insurance

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is facing well-deserved criticism over Republicans’ failure to come up with a solution to the Democrats’ Patient Protection and Affordable Care tax bill commonly called Obamacare. Democrats deserve an equal share of criticism for … Continue reading

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Wealthy media investors look to GOP Congress for help with Google, Facebook

The term “fake news” has become a battle cry for supporters of President Donald Trump, but they aren’t the only team in town expressing concerns. High profile newspapers like The New York Times and The Washington Post are looking to … Continue reading

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As Republicans wrestle health insurance bill, can the market be freed?

Republicans are currently wrestling the health insurance bill aimed at replacing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act commonly called Obamacare. For years, I’ve written about PPACA, and virtually every misgiving I had was substantiated as the bill was implemented. … Continue reading

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Major source of divisiveness for Trump voters overlooked by media and both parties

After the attempted assassination of approximately 20 Republican lawmakers on Wednesday, the pundit class weighed in. Most chose to emphasize the need for unity. Many called for an end to the divisiveness that worsened after the 2016 presidential election didn’t … Continue reading

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Spy novel potential: Deep State saga marked by former CIAers, missing data, and false accusations

As pundits earn their keep debating about President Donald Trump and ongoing ‘investigations,’ many have overlooked the progression in the Deep State saga. Former CIA spooks, a veritable mountain of missing data, and false allegations have all played a role … Continue reading

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After shooting in Alexandria, social media explodes as shooter’s politics revealed

It was not surprising. Within moments of news breaking about the shootings in Alexandria (VA), Twitter, Facebook, and other social media exploded. Republicans were reportedly targeted by the shooter. 

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