Monthly Archives: April, 2016
For once, someone is speaking out. All congress knows about money is how to rake it in, and steal from the people, and put it in their accounts. Billionaire investor and Donald Trump supporter Carl Icahn told CNBC that Republican lawmakers have a “pathological” misunderstanding of the national economy that is hurting markets and Americans.
Friday Obama announced new steps to help curb gun violence, including by identifying the requirements that “smart guns” would have to meet for law enforcement agencies to buy and use them as well as sharing mental health records with the federal background check system.
Thursday the Obama administration took fire at a House hearing for releasing back into society thousands of illegal immigrants who had committed crimes on U.S. soil – including those behind more than 200 murders.
Wednesday a federal appeals court weighed the case of a former Marine court-martialed in part for expressing her Christian faith while on the job – though the Marine’s lawyer faced tough questions from judges who suggested she was “thumbing her nose at a superior” with her actions.
Within 24 hours, not one, but two North Korean intermediate-range ballistic missiles exploded shortly after launch, a U.S. official briefed on the latest intelligence in the region told Fox News on Thursday.
Politics sure are wonderful, aren’t they? All hell is breaking loose in the GOP. Wow, former House Speaker is really letting loose on Lyin’ Ted. John Boehner, the famously blunt ex-House speaker, left no doubt he’s not a fan of fellow Republican Ted Cruz, leaping off the sidelines of the presidential race Wednesday night to unleash …
Illinois is about to hit elected officials in their wallets, with the state comptroller planning to delay their paychecks amid nearly $6.5 billion in past-due bills. The austere measure and mounting bills are the result of a stalemate between Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and the Democrat-controlled legislature on a tax-and-spending plan that has dragged on …
Administration officials have refused to provide specific details about an unprecedented upcoming purchase of Iranian nuclear materials, an $8.6 million exchange that is likely to be funded using American taxpayer dollars, according to conversations with multiple administration officials and sources in Congress.