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Watchdog Accuses Harry Reid of Ethics Violations

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Sen. Harry Reid (D., Nev.) illegally used official Senate resources for political purposes, according to an ethics complaint filed this week.

A reported meeting between Reid and his caucus in which the Nevada Democrat promoted his 2016 reelection campaign violated Senate ethics rules, the…

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I am Christian Grey. NOT!

A couple of weeks ago, I enjoyed taking what I would call a mental health day for me.  Purposefully, I did some things that were good for my emotional and spiritual well-being.  1,465 more words

U.S. and Israel: The Manufactured Crisis

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The crisis between the United States and Israel has been manufactured by the Obama administration. Building a crisis up or down is well within the administration’s power, and it has chosen to build it up.

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President Obama Vetoes the Keystone XL Pipeline Bill

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As expected, the president has vetoed the bill that passed both houses (surviving a Senate filibuster) that would have authorized a pipeline that would move crude oil from the Alberta oils sands region and the Bakken shield in North Dakota, a state now producing more oil than any other except Texas, to the Gulf coast.

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Is it fair?

Is it fair that I can hate this web designer who makes a living off a very specific online community because she can go swanning around Europe for 10 days with her family who probably paid for it while her husband stays at home to work? 256 more words

The blind bloated power and presumption of privilege

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,010

Tuesday 24 February 2015.

Dear Mr Cameron,

Sir Malcolm Rifkind has said he has “nothing to be embarrassed about”, after apparently offering his services to a private company for cash, he also said that it was ‘unrealistic’ to expect some MPs to live on their £67,000 basic salary and that limiting MPs to their parliamentary salary would be “excluding very large numbers of very able people” who could not “accept such a substantial reduction in their standard of living”. 326 more words