Category Archives: National News

Could Oil Prices Remain Stable for Years to Come?

With America’s resurgence of energy infrastructure, oil shocks could be a thing of the past. To sum up, oil prices stand neither to go up or down but remain steady, and that’s a good thing. More reliable petroleum delivery routes … Continue reading

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Stop the Presses! Shaheen & Hassan Say No to Gorsuch

McConnell said he’d launch the nuclear option to seat Gorsuch. Senate Democrats, including Shaheen, set a precedent. Remember that when this posturing turns into whining. WASHINGTON — Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan, D-NH, both announced Tuesday they would vote … Continue reading

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How About Repeal Without The Replace?

This is what I’m talking about. One Page to undo it all. “Effective as of December 31, 2017, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Public Law 111–148) is repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such Act are … Continue reading

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Liberal Judges And Their Sweeping Rejections Have Consequences

  Did Striking down Trump’s immigration Executive Order kill off Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate? | GraniteGrok

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Devin Nunes and Dangers from the Intelligence Community

Rich started the show by talking about this morning’s busy calendar.  He spoke about Devin Nunes and his research into wiretapping claims tied to President Donald Trump.  Finally, he gave his opinion on the Republican Party’s attempt to replace Obamacare. … Continue reading

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The ‘Weinergate’ Effect (On Congressional Tweets)

According to Mashable, congressional Tweets are down 30% since the Weinergate debacle unfolded. The lesson in the aftermath seems to be that less Twitter is better if your day job lands you in the Capitol building. Either that or 30% of the Tweets coming from the Federal Government’s elected members may be considered of a questionable nature and that activity has been castrated by little Anthony and his tweets. Continue reading

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Trump – NH

From, courtesy of “Columbus,” a front row seat to Donald Trump’s speech yesterday in New Hampshire. Thanks to Grokster Mike who posted it and of course to Columbus for the front row seat. Continue reading

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