Wednesday Dec 4
The Columbus Dispatch
Beatty's got style, blog says
A blog about style in politics yes, there are blogs on such topics has deemed Rep. Joyce Beatty among the most "chic" of female lawmakers.
Wednesday Dec 4
'Tis the Season for Heckling at Capitol Tree Lighting?
From the minute Speaker John A. Boehner began his address at the Capitol Christmas tree lighting on Tuesday evening, his words were washed out by the chants of dozens of immigration advocates.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Call your representatives and demand immigration action
I appreciated your editorial in the paper. After reading it, I immediately called all mentioned Republican politicians: Doc Hastings, Jaime Herrera Beutler, Dave Reichert, and Cathy McMorris Rodgers and advised them to read your editorial and to work together for comprehensive immigration reform [" Get some real work done, Congress ," Opinion, Dec.
Don't weaken labor law's 'hot goods' provision
Migrant farmworkers, particularly hand-harvest laborers, are frequently paid less than the minimum wage.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Congress is a work-free zone and will likely stay that way
The U.S. House of Representatives voted early this fall to knock 3.8 million Americans off the federal food stamp program and to impose stiff work requirements on able-bodied, childless adults receiving federal food aid.
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Children's Hospitals Celebrate Enactment of National Pediatric Research Network Act
Capping a more than six year advocacy effort, President Obama has signed into law legislation authorizing the National Institutes of Health to establish the National Pediatric Research Network to strengthen and enhance the nation's commitment to pediatric biomedical research.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Five in GOP who could succeed Boehner
The post may not come open for a while, but the next generation of Republican leaders is waiting for the day that Speaker John Boehner decides he's had enough of a job he's famously compared to "a hole in the head."
Sat Nov 30, 2013
American Legion Magazine
Legion backs move to fix GI Bill problem
A bill crafted with the help of The American Legion would, if enacted, correct a "bureaucratic nightmare" that has caused some servicemembers' children to be billed for thousands of dollars in educational benefits for which they were originally approved.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
The War on Thanksgiving: Where are the "pro-family" forces?
The sight of big box stores opening their doors on Thanksgiving bespeaks an obvious, insidious objective: The bottom line boys in America's corporate boardrooms are out to destroy this holiday as a time for the country to stop its daily grind and come together with family and extended family.
Poll: Obamacare can be fixed
A majority of Americans believes it is too early to tell whether Obamacare is a failure.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Gop Now Hold 49-47 Edge in Generic Ballot - Fla. Gop leaders to...
CNN POLL: DEMS LOSE 2014 EDGE AFTER OBAMACARE FUMBLE "What a difference a month makes," writes CNN Political Editor Paul Steinhauser.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
The Huffington Post
Huffpost Hill - Nation Phones It In
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, even though it's just another attempt to distract from the failure of Obamacare.
The ABLE Act: Opportunity for Congress to make a difference
There is a single piece of legislation, the Achieving a Better Life Experience Act , before the U.S. Congress that has earned the bipartisan support of at least 312 representatives and 51 senators.
Pelosi: Republicans running undemocratic House
The only way to get a Republican-run U.S. House of Representatives to pass immigration reform and anti-discrimination is for the public to raise hell, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi told an enthusiastic symposium of Western Washington women early Monday.
Rep sets congressional record -- mom x 3
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wash., has achieved the political motherhood hat trick, becoming the first woman to give birth three times while serving in Congress.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
How Modi fans almost hijacked Republican Indian American meet
Republican leaders say that the flyer about Modi's address at the meet was fake and no such invitation has been extended to the Gujarat chief minister.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Republican Lawmakers Pledge To Strengthen India-U.S. Ties
Washington: In the first of its kind meeting here, the Republican party has pledged to work to strengthen Indo-U.S. ties and assured the influential Indian-American community to protect their interests.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
GOP mapping out waves of attacks over health law
The memo sent to House Republicans this week was concise and blunt, listing talking points and marching orders: "Because of Obamacare, I Lost My Insurance."
WSU's Elson Floyd lobbying on Hill against sequestration
Washington State University President Elson Floyd came to Capitol Hill Wednesday to lobby against a now-familiar target - the federal budget ax known as sequestration.
A. Barton Hinkle: Food Police Are Gluttons for Punishment - of Others
Any day now the Food and Drug Administration could impose burdensome new regulations that would cost an ungodly lot - while achieving absolutely nothing.