CONGRESSIONAL WRAP-UP: Congress is going on a five-week vacation (I know, isn’t that nice?), so what got done this week and what didn’t? 1,963 more words
Jul. 14, 2014 2:01pm Pete Kasperowicz
An analysis of votes held this year shows the Senate is doing very little legislative work, and on average is holding a major vote on a bill every nine days. 804 more words
Greetings fellow “Leaners”, mutual imbibers from the public teat of Government largesse. One hopes that your week was as interestingly lactic as was mine! We saw the Senate in denial that the week had been farcical. 604 more words
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over 35,000 people already have, and with the vote in the Senate that could happen at any moment, it is absolutely vital that as loud a voice from us privacy-minded folks as possible be laid down upon them to let them know that we still care more than ever about our privacy on the web. 83 more words
I can’t emphasize enough primaries and easier access to voting as I talked about in Part 1. Let a candidate come to New York for their first primary, see how well they fare. 517 more words