Category Archives: Congress
Now that the shutdown is over and the Republicans are done giving the Democrats a much needed distraction from the disaster that the Obamacare rollout has been, we can take a look back on what the biggest takeaway from the … Continue reading
Several Rangers have Fallen in combat during the shutdown. The Rangers’ families need your help. One such family is the Pattersons.
Due to the government shutdown and the denial of death benefits, PFC Cody Patterson’s family is under severe financial distress. The 75th Ranger Regiment is currently attempting to collect donations through the Ranger Assistance Fund.
Contributions can be made at the RAFs website at http://www.75thraf.org/ by clicking the “Donate Here” button.
Checks can be sent to:
The Ranger Assistance Fund
2733 Summerfield Pl.
Phenix City, AL 36867
- See more at: http://www.blackfive.net/main/2013/10/no-death-gratuity-benefits-for-families-of-fallen-rangers-help-now.html#sthash.921T1JtJ.dpuf
More about Cody Patterson from the 3-75th:
Meanwhile the comic…er…White House spokesperson Jay Carney says they “disavow” what the White House said. Comedy. What isn’t comedy is the fact that all along the Democrats have said they were sickened by the politics the Republicans are using in this … Continue reading
Just wait. Just wait a little while. Watch how this unfolds. Watch how the perception of Ted Cruz’s performance changes. It was a tour de force. How can anyone be sure of that? Easy. The mindless invective rained upon him … Continue reading
Reid continues to say that the nuclear option in the Senate is on the table: I'm speaking @CAPAction to discuss why changing Senate rules is good for the institution. #EndGridlock Watch here: http://t.co/aVwisuCrjy — Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) July 15, … Continue reading
Is it any wonder Congress is less popular than traffic jams and head lice? A recent briefing by senior intelligence officials on surveillance programs failed to attract even half of the Senate, showing the lack of enthusiasm in Congress for … Continue reading
So it’s been over a week since the NSA leak came about and I figured I would weigh in. I don’t laud Snowden as some kind of hero, just as I did not laud Julian Assange. Both of them are … Continue reading
The outrage is palpable and the sudden realization by the average American that they really, truly are now living in a Orwellian surveillance state has been an eye-opening experience for many across the fruited plain. The once mocked conspiracy theories … Continue reading