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The week ahead: Senate faces filibuster showdown, House to vote on delaying Obamacare’s individual mandate


Added 07-15-13 07:48:02am EST - “Susan Ferrechio Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is set for a showdown Tuesday over Republicans’ use of the filibuster to block presidential nominees, while the House returns this week to consider legislation that would delay the…” - Washingtonexaminer.com

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Senate Majority Leader McConnell: Supreme Court Vacancy Should Wait to be Filled By New President


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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) released a statement today following the news of the death of Supreme Court Justice ... The post Senate Majority Leader McConnell: Supreme Court Vacancy Should Wait to be Filled By New President appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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Oh Dear – Mark Levin Accuses The Conservative Tree House of Antisemitism…


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There is something very sad about watching a once heralded hero destroy his career credibility because he refuses to accept, acknowledge or admit his preferred candidate, Senator Ted Cruz, has some very serious and factual weaknesses. Today radio talk show … Continue reading

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Obama uses California´s Sunnylands as Western White House


Associated Press, by Darlene Superville Posted By: Pluperfect- Sun, 14 27 2016 08:27:51 GMT WASHINGTON '' President Barack Obama declared Saturday night he would seek to fill the Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, charging into a heated and likely prolonged election'year fight with Republicans. Obama said a nomination was "bigger than any one party." With a half'dozen or more major cases and the ideological tilt of the court in the balance, Obama said he pIanned "to fulfill my constitutional responsibility to nominate a successor in due time." The president…

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That 6-week standoff in Oregon will probably cost the government millions of dollars


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InsiderBURNS, Ore. (Reuters) - The cost of the six-week standoff in rural Oregon that ended peacefully on Thursday will likely cost millions of dollars, with local and state agencies looking to the federal government - and the arrested occupiers - to shoulder the bulk of the bills. The total outlay may not be known for weeks or months, but the remote location of the occupation, at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in the eastern part of the state, combined with the complexity of the law enforcement response, suggest a costly operation, said Brian Levin, a criminal justice expert at California…

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