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Senator Collins: Intelligence agencies are not equipped to keep America safe

As a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and a woman privy to state secrets, Susan Collins is in a prime position to assess today’s terror threat. 557 more words


Start shouting for Alzheimer's research

T.R. Reid, writing in the January-February AARP Bulletin, puts it succinctly and powerfully.

Alzheimer’s disease is “the most expensive disease in America” and it is “devouring federal and state health care budgets, and depleting the life savings of million of victims and their families.” 559 more words

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Day 22 - Maine

Collins, Susan M. - (R – ME) Class II 413 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510 (202) 224-2523 Contact: www.collins.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email

Pray for her and her husband Thomas. 31 more words


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The Problem with “News”

Often it ain’t news. Often it’s sensationalized rhetoric meant to appease one’s base. Often even the most rudimentary level of knowledge or research blows the entire story until…heck until it blows. 827 more words

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Cruz doesn't play well with GOP 'team'

You just have to love the way Sen. Ted Cruz is antagonizing his fellow Senate Republicans.

They want to finish a budget deal so they can go home for Christmas, finish their shopping, kick off their shoes and relax with their families. 269 more words

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Reactions to US Senate's CIA report fall along party lines

By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org
Almost immediately following the release of the United States Senate Intelligence Committee’s summary-report on the Central Intelligence Agency’s interrogation program, American public figures began to hurriedly fall in line along predictable partisan positions on the subject. 352 more words

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Mark Pryor says goodbye to 'broken' Senate

One by one in the coming days, the U.S. senators who lost re-election or decided to retire will bid adieu to an unpopular institution the public views as dysfunctional. 271 more words