Saturday, September 22, 2018
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UPDATE 1-U.S. House votes to cut funding to public radio

The U.S. House of Representatives voted on Thursday to end federal funding for National Public Radio, following recent controversies that entangled some of the organization's senior executives. Republicans said the move, which passed by a vote of 228-192, was motivated by the need to cut spending in the face of a record federal budget deficit.

Obama Takes Action/ Libya

  Obama takes action toward Libya through United Nations. Political cartoon by A.F.Branco © 3/18/2011 Conservative Daily News.com

Gutting ObamaCare in Stop-Gap Spending Bills not Necessarily Prudent

It sounds good, cutting $105.5 billion in funding for ObamaCare through 2019 by including a provision in the stop-gap spending measures that are temporarily...
President Obama

Obama: ”We do not expect harmful radiation” in the U.S.

"We do not expect harmful levels of radiation to reach the West Coast, Hawaii, Alaska or the U.S. territories in the Pacific," Obama said, repeating the remark for emphasis. Obama said that the United States "has a responsibility to learn from these events."
An MTA bus sign denoting numbers and corresponding routes in downtown Los Angeles.

Feds to investigate civil-rights claims against L.A. bus authority

Activists in L.A. say the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has discriminated against minorities and the poor by cutting their bus routes first. The MTA says it welcomes the federal audit. Los Angeles Outside the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority building, protesters chanted, waved signs on cue, and gleefully celebrated a decision they hope will affect city transit authorities coast to coast: The Federal Transit Administration will conduct a comprehensive civil-rights audit of the MTA.
Sen. Charles Schumer (D) of New York - said Thursday that Republican leaders in the House must break with tea party freshmen or a government shutdown is assured.

Congress sets new D-day for government shutdown: April 8

Washington With a robust, bipartisan vote, the Senate passed a stopgap measure to fund government through April 8, amid signals that neither side will be willing to do it again.
Opponents of Arizona birthright bills,outside the Capitol

How the senators voted

The Arizona Senate on Thursday voted down five immigration measures. Democrats voted against all five bills, but Republican votes were mixed. Here's a list of the Republicans who voted against each measure: SB 1308: Birthright citizenship • Frank Antenori, R-Tucson. • Nancy Barto, R-Phoenix. • Rich Crandall, R-Mesa.
Arizona Capitol

Arizona Senate fails on Immigration…again.

    Sen. Steve Yarbrough, R-Chandler; Sen. Steve Gallardo, D-Phoenix; Sen. Paula Aboud, D-Tucson; Senate Minority Leader David Schapira, D-Tempe; and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema,...

Bush Conspiracy

  More conspiracies coming your way. Political Cartoon by A.F.Branco © 3/17/2011 Conservative Daily News.com

Two Ex-Dem Leaders Charged in Fake Tea Party Scheme

The scheme included bogus candidates for two County Commission seats and a state Senate race. The presumed intent was to get people drawn to tea party politics and siphon votes off from other candidates.

The Curse of the GOP

By Mr. Curmudgeon What does it say about average Republicans that they have such a soft spot in their heads where the Bush...
Congressman Steve Scalise

Scalise: Obama unreachable except over basketball

Congressman Steve Scalise has challenged the President to a game of one-on-one basketball in hopes of getting a meeting with Mr. Obama over delays in gulf drilling permits and rising gas prices. He is irked that Gulf drilling still lags and jobs are lost, while the President seems focused on basketball and NCAA tournament picks.

In Harry Reid’s Hip Pocket

By Mr. Curmudgeon Tuesday night, Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid took a well-deserved moment to gloat. In an interview with MSNBC’s Lawrence...

We Have a Republic, Not a Democracy … Get It Right or Get Out

I used to be a Democrat because I believe in democracy, but the people of the world cannot take on the responsibility of mob rule without trampling the rights of the people … at least not at this time in history.

First Amendment threatened yet again

According to a report in The Daily Caller the federal government is requiring school principals to instruct their teachers to spy on their students...

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Woman Who Walks on Stones – The Stones

  The Stones by Brother Theo After some time had passed in silence the cat flowed easily from Beaver’s lap to the plank floor of the porch...

The Attempt to Smear Kavanaugh Exposed…Addendum

A political circus of a dark and dank nature continues to draw an audience when that circus should really just pack up its tents and go home...and I'm speaking of the political circus known as Kavanaugh v. Dr. Christine Blasey Ford...a woman who I believe is nothing but a Democrat bought and paid for political whore.

No Obama, “You didn’t build that”

“You didn’t build that” were words from Barack Obama, knocking successful achievement of Americans.