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Where does the money go?

I will post pictures showing examples of what I’d call “oblivious to the obvious “

why is it I notice when our military personnel are driving foreign trucks/cars emblazoned with their service of choice that I can help but be pissed off? 262 more words

Abortion Impasse May Shut Down Effort To Reduce Premiums

WASHINGTON (AP) — The polarizing politics of abortion have burst into the congressional budget debate, overwhelming bipartisan efforts to help millions of consumers who buy their own health insurance policies get relief from soaring premiums. 763 more words


30 Year Retrospection

In January of 1988, I was an extremely immature 24-year-old living in a rented bedroom in Arlington, VA. Recently graduated with a Masters degree from Miami University and full of “piss and vinegar,” I had decided to set the world on fire as a political operative. 1,093 more words


Chris Liddell named a new deputy White House chief of staff

(CNN) — Chris Liddell, the former chief financial officer at Microsoft and General Motors, has been tapped to serve as deputy chief of staff for policy coordination, the… 278 more words


Lawmakers may extend Connecticut seat belt law to back seat

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut lawmakers moved closer Monday toward expanding the state’s 33-year-old seat belt law to include everyone riding in a vehicle.

The General Assembly’s Public Health Committee voted unanimously Monday in favor of a bill that would require all back-seat passengers to buckle up, instead of mandating just front-seat passengers and children under age 16 years old — no matter where they’re sitting — to wear restraints. 241 more words


Chaney's Final Bills Scheduled for Hearing

The last two bills worked on and sponsored by Rep. Greg Chaney will be heard in the Senate Judiciary & Rules Committee Monday, March 19, 2018.  124 more words

Greg Chaney

Polls Shows Most Americans Believe There is a "Deep State" that is "Manipulating" Government Wrongfully

A majority of Americans believes a faction of unelected officials is orchestrating policy in Washington, D.C., according to a new poll.

The Monmouth University Polling Institute found that 74 percent believe in a “deep state” when it is described as a collection of unelected officials running policy. 169 more words