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State of the Union - the President Has Options

by Alan Eggleston

Last week I read some buzz that Republicans were mulling over the idea of not inviting President Obama to present the State of the Union before Congress. 611 more words

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this torture report needs to be available to all...now

sign the petition: Enter the Senate Intelligence Committee’s CIA torture report into the congressional record.

The Senate Intelligence Committee’s “torture report” is supposed to detail shocking abuse of prisoners at the hands of the CIA during the Bush administration, and even possible CIA lying to Congress.

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Politics, World Affairs & Current Events

Repeat history, Sen. Udall; enter the Torture Report into the Congressional Record

Release the Torture Report Now!

Members of Congress have an absolute right to free speech, and a member could enter the report into the Congressional Record in its entirety—just as the Pentagon Papers were in 1971—without fear of prosecution. 70 more words

Finally, the actual Congressional Record showing the Jesuit Oath and it’s corroborated

These two statues are on the front of the “Church of the Gesu’” which is the mother church for the Society of Jesus aka the Jesuits. 1,113 more words

Vatican

Read the official document: The 113th Congress pays tribute to Jacksonville Public Library

The Jacksonville Public Library was honored in the Congressional Record for marking 100 years as a Member of the Federal Depository Library Program. Read the following document from the office of U.S. 11 more words

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The Case for An Article V Convention

Guest post by John de Herrera

Today, as happens once or twice a week, a blog post or news item appears on the Internet examining the Article V Convention. 1,028 more words

Inspiring Moments In Resistance

Finding Remarks in the Congressional Record

Finding remarks by members of Congress in the Congressional Record is easier than it’s ever been. Go to the Congress.gov website, Members of the U.S. Congress… 33 more words

Lost In The Stacks (Reference)