Ron Paul weighed in on the fiscal cliff that is facing the country and has issued a grim prognosis saying the country has already gone over the cliff.
New debt accumulated this fiscal year by the federal government had already exceeded $1 trillion. The end of the third quarter of fiscal 2012 will be the fifth straight year that the federal government has increased its debt by more than a trillion dollars.
July 25, 2012 / MariaNews.com Rep wants public hearing on Planned Parenthood after woman’s death By Fox News WASHINGTON D.C. (Fox News) - Planned Parenthood is facing new calls for congressional scrutiny after a Chicago woman died following an abortion at a local clinic last week. Twenty-four-year old Tonya Reaves died Friday of hemorrhaging following the abortion, according ...
According to the decree of Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, if ever I were to run for public office and be elected, it would not be a victory for women because I’m not the right kind of woman. In fact, women like me are a detriment to the cause and must be kept out of public influence. Pardon me, Ms. Schultz, but who are you to say that women’s concerns can only be served by those who champion your boss’s commitment to abortion and contraception? I have news for you: families don’t flourish in an environment dominated by abortion and contraception.
The United States Postal Service reiterated this week that unless there is congressional action, it will default for the first time in its long history. The default hinges on a legally required annual $5.5 billion payment due August 1, into a health-benefits fund for future retirees. Congress isn’t likely to act, as the House prepares to leave for its August recess.
House lawmakers voted Wednesday to repeal the federal health care overhaul — the latest in a long line of anti-ObamaCare votes, but the first since the Supreme Court upheld the law and defined one of its key provisions as a “tax.”
As a debate raged on the floor of Congress over contempt proceedings for Attorney General Eric Holder, the Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform, Darrell Issa, (R-CA) inserted a letter into the Congressional Record. His dropping of the letter would normally be considered illegal, except Issa is protected by a clause in the Constitution.
The Supreme Court’s surprising decision to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, not under the Commerce Clause, but as an exercise of Congress’ power to tax, shocked the press, confused the Nation and sent the experts – and the lawyers – to read, re-read, analyze and parse the lengthy and complex opinion. This dense opinion was authored for a 5- 4majority by Chief Justice John Roberts. Justices Kennedy, Alito, Scalia and Thomas dissented. The decision sets the set the stage for what will be the most hotly contested presidential election in decades.
”Support for sex-selection abortion… represents the true ‘war on women.”’
“…the first three years of your presidency have been a profile in leadership failure…”