GAO Reports Sequester Resulted in One Layoff

It’s no wonder Americans have such low opinion of Washington, as The General Accounting Office (GAO) released a report, stating that the sequester resulted in one layoff, not the hundreds of thousands who were supposed to lose their jobs. Both sides feed this narrative to American public, as it has been reported that only one […]

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Veterans Administration in Crisis

After it was revealed last month that at least 40 veterans allegedly died at the Phoenix Veterans Affairs Health Care System, in which they were placed on a controversial secret waiting list to hide the wait times.   Now the head of the American Legion has called for the resignation of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric […]

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Washington Continues to Squabble over the Economy

Too some who read my posts it seems I repeat and regurgitate the same prevailing themes regarding the U.S. economy, but unfortunately our political leadership is void of doing what is in the best interest of the country. Every Saturday the president gives a weekly radio address, which first began by President Franklin Roosevelt during […]

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Scandal at Arizona VA Hospital

A scandal erupted a VA hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, were as many as 40 veterans died awaiting appointments, and many placed on a secret waiting list. According to a report by CNN, a secret list was set by Veterans Affairs managers who tried to hide the fact that 1,400 to 1,600 veterans had to wait […]

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President Delays Decision on Keystone Pipeline

In a controversial move President Obama has delayed a final decision on the Keystone XL pipeline, thereby extending a key review until after November’s mid-term election. The move by the president made for strange bedfellows as Republicans and red-state Democrats who are up for reelection in November chastised the president for the delay.         Sen. […]

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The President Touts Job Training

This week the President and Vice President traveled to the Community College of Allegheny County in Oakdale, PA, near Pittsburgh, touting job training at community colleges to help student secure jobs. The president plans to use existing funds, in which his plan would call for offering $600 million in grants  “to support job-driven training, like […]

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