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National Small Business Association Turns to Washington For Action

An Ambitious Agenda  

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The Senate Report on Torture and John McCain

On John McCain’s twenty-fourth bombing mission near Hanoi, he was shot down by a North Vietnamese rocket in late October, 1967. McCain was a prisoner of war for the next five and a half years.

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Government Shutdown making United States lose credibility

Normal In the Intervals : The Government Shutdown

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U.S. Defense spending should be addressed by President Obama and Congress in budget debates

For decades our government has spent money they didn't have, sometimes wisely, often foolishly.

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Chris Christie Was Wrong For Throwing the Republican Party Under the Bus

This weekend, I head to New Jersey for the first time in years, to the great city of Atlantic City.  And as I do so, I can’t help myself from bringing up the topic of the great Governor Chris Christie.

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Hurricane Sandy Relief, Fiscal Cliff, Debt Ceiling, and a Failing Congress

In a recent column on the fiscal cliff debate, I suggested with all seriousness that the current US Congress should be replaced by monkeys in

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Fiscal Cliff Looming as New Year's Eve Beckons

French moralist and political envoy Joseph de

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The Fiscal Cliff, A Worthless Congress, and a Broken President Obama

The end of the world is not coming this year.

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The Fiscal Cliff: Three Words You Won't Hear "Budget Control Act"

The BCA refers to the Budget Control Act of 2011, which will have it’s greatest effect on Jan. 1, 2013. The legislation has yet to be agreed upon in Congress, but that doesn’t matter and we’ll get to why that is.

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