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Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) stands for Constitutional government

Representative Mark Meadows (R-NC) was one of ONLY 167 Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives who took a stand for Constitutional government by voting against H.R. 444 more words


DHS gets funded. What's next?

The Department of Homeland Security has its budget now.  What was the purpose of all this political activity?  Nothing came of it.

Ultimately our Congressional leadership agreed that we must fund the DHS no matter what. 133 more words

Our Priorities as a Nation May Predict Our Decline

I’m not a fan of the creation of the Department of Homeland Security. It vested too much power in one organization. Created to address the inability to share information related to terrorist threats it merged programs that responded to disasters and terrorism. 295 more words

Public Policy

National Post View: Fix the federal estimates

On Tuesday, the federal government tabled the Main Estimates for 2015-16, a document whose purpose is ostensibly to inform Canadians, through their elected representatives, about what the government is planning to spend the public’s money on in the coming fiscal year. 476 more words

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Should Congress be penalized for possibly closing a part of our government?

Unless you’ve been off spending a very cold and snowy winter and avoiding all news about what’s going on where we’re cold and sick of snow you’ve probably heard that unless something happens very soon a very important part of the U.S. 525 more words

Federal Budget

The Federal Government was not supposed to be in the news

You might think that I am getting so excited about what’s going on with federal employees now that I can light up my blog like a weather person might get excited about a coming storm.   353 more words

Estimates project a boost to veterans programs in federal budget

OTTAWA – The Harper government’s road map to this year’s federal budget suggests it is prepared to pour more money into programs and services for the country’s veterans, while largely holding the line on defence spending. 136 more words