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Senate Confirms Christopher Wray as FBI Director

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The U.S. Senate confirmed Christopher Wray on Tuesday as the new director of the FBI in a 92-5 vote. JUST IN: Christopher Wray confirmed as FBI Director by a 92-5 vote. No votes were Gillibrand, Markey, Merkley, Warren, Wyden pic.twitter.com/PJS3Exc3h7 — NBC News (@NBCNews) August 1, 2017 Previously, Wray served as the assistant attorney general in charge of the criminal ...

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What’s in the GOP “Skinny Repeal” Bill

Republicans released late Thursday their latest attempt at repealing and replacing Obamacare in the form of an amendment nicknamed “skinny repeal.” The amendment to H.R. 1628, The American Health Care Act, is called Health Care Freedom Act and repeals mandates that required individuals to buy insurance they didn’t want and forced business to provide insurance they could not afford.  But, ...

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McConnell to push full repeal of Obamacare

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced late Monday night that he will ditch the “repeal and replace” bill favored by moderate Republicans in the Senate and instead push the 2015 bill that mandates a full repeal of everything Obamacare. “Regretfully, it is now apparent that the effort to repeal and immediately replace the failure of Obamacare will not be successful,” McConnell ...

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Dianne Feinstein Calls for Probe Into Loretta Lynch Over Clinton Email ‘Matter’

Octogenarian Democrat Dianne Feinstein is following up her demands for another tribunal to examine whether President Trump obstructed justice with something so bizarre that one has to wonder if she’s been drinking. During an appearance on the Sunday morning blabfest CNN’s “State of the Union”, California’s senior senator showed that she was a team player by defending former FBI Director ...

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Oh Lordy: Comey Set to Cash in Big on Book and Movie Deals

Fired FBI Director James Comey owes a big debt of gratitude to the media for the image that they have constructed of him. Following his star turn during Thursday’s Senate Intelligence Committee hearing that transfixed America, the former bureaucrat will never have to worry about money again once the book and movie deals begin to roll in. The media has effectively ...

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Former Obama Appointee to Testify Monday on Russia and Flynn

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Sally Yates will testify Monday in front of a Senate committee. The former Obama deputy attorney general will be grilled on her understanding of Russian interference in the 2016 election and her knowledge of Michael Flynn’s interactions with Russian officials. Yates and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper will both testify in Monday’s hearing. WATCH: Sally Yates testifies before Senate ...

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Cranky John McCain Accuses Rand Paul of Working for Putin

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Dyspeptic old warmonger John McCain is unraveling at a quicker pace than normal these days. The six-term senator may as well be a part of the Democratic Party given his Russian conspiracy mongering and hatred for President Donald Trump and maybe he secretly is. The Arizonan snapped again on Wednesday by accusing fellow Republican senator Rand Paul of being an ...

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Senate Rebukes Warren During Sessions Debate

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren had her comments on Sen. Jeff Sessions rebuked under rule 19 of the Senate on Tuesday after making disparaging remarks about the current Senator who is also President Trump’s nominee for Attorney General.

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The US Senate Must Hold the Line

With the passing of US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia we stand at a very sober moment for our nation, a moment that finds the US Constitution – and the idea of constitutionality in general – in a very fragile state. With the make-up of the US Supreme Court existing on a razor’s edge between the conflicting ideologies of Progressivism ...

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Marco Rubio’s Defense of Senate Absence Indicative of Broader Political Cultural Failings

Marco Rubio’s winsome defense of his abysmal voting record- the worst in the Senate this year- is exactly the problem with American politics. Rubio, who recently announced that he will not be seeking re-election in the Senate, has, of course, talked himself in circles explaining why his lackluster performance is not his fault- he’s running for president, the strict procedural ...

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RE: The US Senate Race in Kansas

“Independent” Greg Orman, who has so many Democrat Party operative working on his campaign one expects to see Nancy Pelosi’s name on his campaign headquarters door, has stated that he will caucus with whatever party presents the best ideas. Mr. Orman’s campaign website states: “If Greg is elected, there’s a reasonable chance that neither party would have a majority in ...

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Democrats use fear-mongering in last ditch effort to hold majority

Democrats have gotten a large portion of their legislative and regulatory agenda enacted, but Americans seem greatly displeased with the results. Now, Democrat leadership is using FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) as a tool in the November 2014 elections to hold on to their slim and ineffectual majority in the U.S. Senate. Former House Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi appeared on “Real Time ...

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It Is Time, Democrats, to Send Mr. Reid Home

In these ridiculous times, where transparency is clandestine, science proves instead of disproves, and falsely instilled self-esteem trumps real education, I truly don’t expect even the most honest of Liberal or Democrat – and certainly not any Progressive – to understand, or even hear, what I am about to say, but for the good of our country I pray that ...

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Senate to Hold Hearings on Controversial UN Treaty

WASHINGTON, Nov. 5, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ — The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) is on the move again as the Senate Foreign Relations Committee has confirmed that it will hold hearings on the treaty starting today. The treaty was defeated on the Senate floor last year after it failed to receive the required two-thirds ...

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