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The PTSD Veteran, “Does it ever get any better?”

by Spike Bowan
Published on June 22, 2017
I have asked myself many times if it will ever stop? If it will ever go away? I met another Veteran once who had the… READ MORE

Former DNI James Clapper Denies Any Impropriety in ‘Unmasking’ U.S. Citizens During Surveillance

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper categorically denied any political or “voyeuristic” motive to the “unmasking” of Trump campaign associates when he addressed the… READ MORE

Priebus: The Republican Party ‘Will Be Rewarded’ for Fixing Health Care

On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said the Republican Party would “be rewarded” for tackling health… READ MORE

GOP senator: Obamacare replacement has ‘zero’ chance of passing Senate as is

Hours after the GOP-controlled House narrowly passed a bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare, a Republican senator said the bill has “zero chance” to pass… READ MORE

103 Republicans defect from Ryan, Trump as House passes $1.2 trillion spending bill

More than 100 House Republicans broke from their leadership on Wednesday and voted against a $1.2 trillion spending bill to keep the government open through… READ MORE

Trump raises stakes for next shutdown fight

Less than 48 hours after Congress reached a bipartisan deal on 2017 spending, President Trump warned the next round might not be so easy. The… READ MORE

Congress strikes deal on funding for 2017 to avoid shutdown

Published on May 1, 2017

Congressional negotiators have signed off on a deal to fund the government through September, avoiding a shutdown of federal agencies over a dispute on President… READ MORE

Somebody call a doctor! New Obamacare repeal bill on life support

The tide is quickly turning against the new ObamaCare repeal legislation. At least 21 Republicans have said they would vote no on the revised GOP… READ MORE

With Supreme Court back at full strength, 2nd Amendment, religious liberty cases await

by MICHAEL DOYLE | sacbee
Published on April 11, 2017

WASHINGTON – The swearing-in of Justice Neil M. Gorsuch on Monday restores the Supreme Court to full strength for the first time in nearly 14… READ MORE
FILE - In this Monday, Nov. 14, 2016 file photo, East Los Angeles high school students protest against the election of President-elect Donald Trump outside Los Angeles City Hall. Mixed signals from the White House on gay rights and conscience protections have put two constituencies on edge: LGBT advocates already wary of President Donald Trump and religious conservatives determined to hold him to his campaign promises. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

Conservative Christian organizations are getting impatient with Trump

by DAVID CRARY and RACHEL ZOLL, | AP National Writers
Published on February 17, 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — Mixed signals from the White House on gay rights and religious exemptions have put two constituencies on edge: LGBT advocates already… READ MORE