(Alexandria, VA) Killing some time before my flight back home sitting in a coffee shop in Old Town Alexandria I thought I’d share some thoughts about my very first trip to CPAC. I was disappointed that there was not a panel on the abortion issue. Totally ignoring social issues is not the way forward especially […]
There were two polls focused on Iowa released recently. Quinnipiac in a poll released today said that President Barack Obama receives his lowest approval rating in Iowa to date at 38%. They also polled Iowa’s U.S. Senate race. In the 2014 Senate race, Congressman Bruce Braley (D-IA), gets 43 percent, while Republican candidate, former U.S. […]
Washington, DC – The budget deal crafted by Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) won bipartisan approval yesterday on a 332-94 vote in the U.S. House with an equal number of Republican and Democratic supporters. Numerous conservative organizations have spoken out about the bill such as Americans for Prosperity, Club for Growth […]
A bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. Senate today would ban direct or indirect aid for military or paramilitary operations in Syria, but will not prevent humanitarian aid.
A little late, but you can go back and watch speeches already missed: I’ll be tweeting at @shanevanderhart follow me and leave your comments and thoughts below. Tonight’s schedule… — 6 p.m. (Central Standard Time) Call to order Introduction of Colors by Amputee Veterans of America Support Team Pledge of Allegiance by Brig. Gen. Patrick […]