By David Malcolm The time of stopgap funding and shutdown threats might be over for a couple of years as Senate leaders close in on a two-year bipartisan budget deal that will deal with the debt ceiling and see military and domestic funding increase. If it passes through Congress and
By David Malcolm After a tense back-and-forth, Congress has finally managed to pass through one of the most significant overhauls in the US tax code since Ronald Reagan. After a brief interlude where the bill was sent back to the House due to provisions that violated budget rules, the House
By Bobby M. In case you missed any of the news from March 17th through the 19th, here is a brief recap regarding much of what happened. Not everything will have a hyperlink, so if you would like more information, please highlight and google it. After a weird meeting with
By Andrew Witzel Here we are, almost March, with GOP control of the White House and Congress and yet, there isn’t a peep coming from anyone. Anne Coulter, a prominent Trump supporter, has called them “The Silence of the Lambs Congress.” Republicans have spent the last eight years railroading against
By Bobby M. Every Wednesday night, Jason Taylor, better known as @HahnAmerica and the founder of EatPrayVote.org hosts a radio show along with @ChuckNellis and his wife @laweez to discuss the week in politics. They each will give the point of view from a moderate, a conservative, and a liberal.
By Bobby M. In case you missed any of the news from January 13th through the 15th, here is a brief recap regarding much of what happened. Not everything will have a hyperlink, so if you would like more information, please highlight and google it. The biggest news of the