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Food For Peace Reform Act of 2014


The Food for Peace Reform Act of 2014 (S.2421) was introduce on June 3, 2014 by Bob Corker, Junior Senator from Tennessee. This Act establishes the Food for Peace program in the U.S. 368 more words

Press Releases

'#FauxFeminists': Amanda Marcotte's feminist cred questioned after harassment advice for Sen. Gillibrand

A recent New York Post article about a People magazine interview with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand contained items such as this:

After she dropped 50 pounds and got elected to the Senate, one of her favorite older senators walked up behind her, squeezed her waist, and intoned: “Don’t lose too much weight now.

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US Politics

Democrats in Panic Mode in Iowa and Colorado

At the start of this year Democrats knew they had a tough fight ahead to hold the Senate.  The GOP establishment was supporting several credible nominees in red states (NC, AR, AK, WV, SD, MT and LA) and the party was making a serious play for Michigan.   883 more words


Listen Up! Friday, August 29th!

Meet our esteemed national correspondent Neal Freeman, Chairman of the Blackwell Corporation and previously of National Review and Reagan’s White House. We will get expert analysis on the 2014 US Senate Races, including the new bellwether race – Arkansas! 172 more words


August 28, 1957 - Senator Strom Thurmond's Famous Filibuster

On August 28, 1957, Senator Strom Thurmond, D-SC, began the longest filibuster in Senate history in an attempt to prevent passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1957.  288 more words


Back To Work After The Golfcation

The Golfer-in-Chief is back at work now and the world situation awaits his attention.  Russia may have invaded Ukraine, although Vlad assures everyone that it was an accident; his troops didn’t mean to cross the border. 703 more words

Don't miss U.S. Senate candidate Allen Weh's viral ad!

Yesterday Allen Weh, candidate for U.S. Senate, released an calling for change in Washington D.C.

Now the ad that has gone viral– watch it here: 231 more words