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Capitol Hill lawmakers preparing for end-of-year dash - By Jordain Carney November 29, 2015, 02:30 pm

Lawmakers are preparing for an end-of-the-year dash as they return to Washington with little time to tackle a handful of policy fights.

Congress will be under pressure to wrap up their work on a full plate of divisive issues after they return from a week-long Thanksgiving recess. 269 more words

Point Of Interest

Good News for Trucking Companies & Prospective Truck Drivers Alike

Trucking companies will soon receive a number of favorable changes to the law under the highway bill.

For the first time, drivers under the age of 21…

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The Lowdown

Passport Revocation - They'll Do It For You

Perhaps I should entitle this article with the added label, “or Highway Robbery by the IRS.” First a bit of historical background. Perhaps you were not aware that FATCA came upon us as an amendment to the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act back in 2010. 517 more words

Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act

Highway Bill

Thanks for contacting your member of Congress.  Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed their six-year Highway Bill.  Since their bill is different than the Senate’s, it now will go to a conference committee to work out the differences.  254 more words


Business as Usual – Paul Ryan Pushes Through Multiple Wall Street Giveaways in the Highway Bill

Source: Liberty Blitzkrieg

It was always going to be a seamless transition from John Boehner to Paul Ryan. These men are cut from the exact same cloth, which is worshipping at the altar of crony capitalism. 305 more words

Propaganda, Fraud, And Outright Lies

Civil Politics (10/09/15): The Education of the Masses


The Panel (with special guest Stacey of Evidence Based Radio!) has a wide reaching discussion this week, centering on the Speaker of the House and Education initiatives.


"Why Boehner Failed": No Particular Genius Is Required To Succeed In Politics, But You Do Have To Be Able To Count

Nothing so became John Boehner’s tenure as Speaker as his manner of leaving it. Subjectively speaking, he has never appeared to believe very much of the arrant nonsense his position required him to utter. 800 more words

Ted Cruz