by Marvin Moore
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by Scott Creighton UPDATE: Hillary Clinton LOVES the march for SCIENCE. — Marching in the streets of the world yesterday, tens of thousands of concerned citizens (and people employed by the various sciences) came out from their labs and school rooms to inform us, the ignorant masses, that science, glorious science, is all important, it […]
Finally, it looks like the US Congress is in the process of finalizing the Senate’s bill mid-June 2017 Senate’s bill, which bars the republican President Donald Trump from arbitrarily lifting US sanctions imposed on Russia starting in 2012 with the Magnitsky Act, due to severe human rights violations; in 2014 for Russia’s unprovoked invasion and annexation of Crimea, Ukraine; and in 2016, as a consequence to Russia having meddled into the 2016 US presidential elections systems. 910 more words
WASHINGTON (AP) — A House committee has unveiled a disputed plan to allow the Department of Veterans Affairs to shift $2 billion from other programs to cover a sudden budget shortfall that could threaten medical care for thousands of patients in the coming weeks. 707 more words
The long-anticipated shake-up in the White House Communications Department was enacted on Friday morning with the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as the director.
“We’re citizen politicians or citizen public servants,” Scaramucci told Matt Boyle on SiriusXM Patriot during his first interview in his new role. 85 more words
One of the things anticipated for this Parliament is that Brexit, and its associated legislation, will dominate everything. That’s not to say that legislation for other things cannot happen – there is still space allocated for Private Members Bills, for example. 1,239 more words