When Milo Yiannopoulos’ taped comments condoning sex between underage boys and older men were recently publicized, the Conservative Union decided not to have him as the keynote speaker at the upcoming Conservative […]
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Late last year, it was discovered that Wells Fargo employees were opening accounts in customers’ names without their consent, then charging people fees on the unwanted accounts.
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Former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn is now the third advisor to Donald Trump to leave his job because of dealings with Russia.
Energy, environment, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS alexis chapman, blm, Bureau of Land Management, coal dust, congress, Congressional Review Act, corruption, CRA, disclosure of payments by resource extraction issuers, energy, mitch mcconnell, planning 2.0, public land use
Last week, Congress got to work undoing a number of rules that had been enacted during the final months of the Obama administration.
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One of the most-talked-about ads from this year’s super bowl was the Audi commercial affirming the company’s commitment to gender equality in the workplace, in particular pay equality.
Donald Trump, Economic Policy, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, Foreign Policy, Health Care Policy 2016 Elections, Immigration Policy 2016 Elections, Republican Party alexis chapman, border wall, cafta, cafta-dr, central american dominican republic free trade agreement, drug trade, executive order, first 100 days, illegal drugs, mexico, nafta, north american free trade agreement, tariff, tax, trade deal
It is becoming increasingly clear that if a border wall with Mexico is constructed, it will be Americans, not Mexico, who pay for it.
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Bill SF0071, designed to shield certain industries from competition and kill technological advancement, is currently moving through the Wyoming state legislature.
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President Trump’s ban on refugees and on immigrants from a number of Muslim countries has been publically opposed by many Democratic Senators and Representatives and also several high-profile Republicans.
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Last Monday, U.S. District Court Judge John D. Bates ruled that a proposed merger between health insurance giants Aetna and Humana could not proceed, because it would have violated antitrust laws.
Donald Trump, Education Policy 2016 Elections, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS al franken, alexis chapman, betsy devos, charter schools, education, education secretary, ethics, IDEA, individuals with disabilities education act, maggie hassan, nomination, office of government ethics, private school, public education, school choice, senate committee on health education labor and pensions, tim kaine
The above is what President Trump said while signing the executive order officially nominating Betsy DeVos as Education Secretary. If that was indeed a question, the answer is “No. Not right.” The […]
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Donald Trump becomes president of the United States today, but Congress has been busy making moves to ensure that they, not he, have the actual reins of the government.
Retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson has been chosen by Trump to be the next secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”).
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Paul Ryan recently announced that the upcoming House budget bill would include language to take federal funding away from Planned Parenthood (“PP”).
The new year marks the beginning of a new era of Republican-dominated federal government, with the GOP firmly in control of both Houses of Congress and moving into the White House in […]
On December 19, North Carolina’s legislature met for a special session and passed a number of bills to limit the power of the governor.
California grows more than one-third of America’s vegetables and more than two-thirds of our fruits and nuts, so the state’s ongoing drought is a matter of national importance. This is the sixth […]
On Wednesday, Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) lead a last minute bipartisan effort to introduce measures that would have forestalled an upcoming change to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. […]
During his post-election speech, Paul Ryan was asked, “Is your relationship with the president-elect and your conservatives in the House intact?“ Ryan responded ”…And he just earned a mandate. And we now […]
Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump has been trying to excuse his recently released comments boasting about sexually assaulting women by saying it was “locker room talk.”
On September 29, nineteen members of Congress sent a letter to President Obama in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (the “Tribe”) who have been protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), […]