ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Sheikh Aftab Ahmed told the Senate on Thursday that the prime minister enjoys full discretionary powers under the Constitution and he is not bound to get his decisions approved from the cabinet. 236 more words
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Tetherball: a fun game and great excuse to whack that one person in your circle of friends whom you secretly despise. Political tetherball: replace “great” with “poor,” “circle of friends” with “members of the other party,” and “secretly” with “openly.” Washingtonians, in particular our esteemed members of Congress, are no strangers to this game, and their recent match involved judicial nominees of one President Barack Obama. 422 more words
By: John Hayward 12/5/2013 09:42 AM
Fox News relates some stern criticism of our imperial President from this week’s House Judiciary Committee hearings:
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Let’s dispense, to begin, with the quaint fiction that MP Michael Chong’s proposed Reform Act has nothing whatever to do with Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Senate spending scandal. 861 more words