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Good use of taxpayer dollars?

You know all of those “salute to the military” exhibitions you see at NFL and other professional sports games? The giant flag being waved out in patriotic fervor where the home team honors our men and women serving in the military? 91 more words

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NFL Deals With Allegations Of "Paid Patriotism"

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Move over ‘deflate gate’, the NFL is having to deal with a new scandal involving what some have termed “paid patriotism.” 525 more words


Report: DOD spent $6.8 million for 'paid patriotism' in U.S. pro sports leagues

WASHINGTON, D.C. (KTVI)- A pair of U.S. Senators released a report Wednesday critical of millions in taxpayer dollars spent by the Department of Defense on everything from flag details and national anthem performances, to troop recognition events and ceremonial puck drops at pro college athletic events. 419 more words


Establishment Republican Senator Jeff Flake Discounts Trump

I love this stuff.  With thanks to The Hill,  here’s Arizona Republican Senator Jeff Flake (he sounds like a RINO to me) talking about Donald Trump’s front-runner candidacy as though it’s a Saturday Night Live skit – just not really to be taken too seriously. 106 more words


Who Were the Eight Republicans That Voted For the Iran Deal..?

Technically, they voted against an amendment to stop the deal, but same stink… Here’s the establishment’s ignomious eight, including some “get tough, national security” poseurs: 25 more words


"Iran And The Case For Realism": The Choices We Face Are 'Often Between Greater And Lesser Evils'

Foreign policy debates rarely get away from being reflections of domestic political conflicts, but they are also usually based on unstated assumptions and unacknowledged theories. 755 more words


Jeff Flake, sole Republican on fence for Iran deal, declares opposition

PHOENIX – Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake, the lone Republican senator who was considering support for the Iran nuclear deal, announced plans on Saturday to vote no, dealing a significant blow to the White House’s efforts to garner bipartisan backing for the controversial accord. 454 more words