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Orrin Hatch under scrutiny after sponsoring controversial bill

WASHINGTON – Utah Senator Orrin Hatch is pushing back after a scathing report from the Washington Post concluded a bill Hatch sponsored undercut federal efforts to fight the opioid epidemic. 189 more words


"Is there a proper blessing... for Newt Gingrich (r)?

“A blessing for Newt Gingrich (r)? Of course! May God bless and keep Newt Gingrich (r)… far away from us!”

Maybe they can lecture the Vatican on the intricacies of right wingnut republican… 106 more words

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Is Healthcare Reform dead? Maybe, but the President promises to sign Exec Orders allowing for health plans to be offered through Associations. It could be that now is a good time to discuss selling cross state lines.

It sounds as though President Trump may sign executive order(s) this week or next that would permit the forming of association health plans (AHPs) that would provide plans for employers and/or individuals. 941 more words


Morrison GOP’s October Meeting will feature U.S. Senate Candidate, Rep. Jim Newberger


Morrison GOP’s October Meeting will feature U.S. Senate Candidate, Rep. Jim Newberger

Rep. Jim Newberger will be speaking at the Morrison County Republicans’ October 19th meeting. 121 more words

BPOU Meeting

Can Third Party candidates be viable in today's American politics?

Originally aired: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 in KSL Studios

On this episode of the Voices of Reason podcast, Amy Donaldson and Jasen Lee talk about the viability of third-party candidates into today’s American political system. 74 more words

Craig Bowden

If a republican US congressional legislator dares to voice an opinion that differs from the republican President Donald J. Trump, he or she can count on being the recipient of the president’s public dressing down and ire. 1,877 more words