The Evolution of the American Political Revolution

Paul Ryan got down on one knee in unsuccessful bid to woo conservative Rep’s vote on healthcare bill

During negotiations with stubborn members of the House of Representatives, Speaker of the House Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) got down on one knee like a suitor asking for 83-year-old Alaska Rep. Don Young (R)’s hand in marriage when he asked him to vote for the party’s healthcare bill. Sadly fo… Source: New feed

OPINION: Scarborough Shoal: Will America help us? – ABS-CBN News

OPINION: Scarborough Shoal: Will America help us?ABS-CBN NewsWASHINGTON, DC – The past few days, during speaking engagements in America's seat of power, I had the chance to exchange views with senior experts and (former and current) policy-makers with direct knowhow of the state of Philippine-American …and more » Source: New feed

After pregame violence, Club America fans savor rare chance to watch team in San Jose – The Mercury News

The Mercury News After pregame violence, Club America fans savor rare chance to watch team in San JoseThe Mercury NewsClub America fans rally before the game as they are escorted by security and San Jose Police before soccer match at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, March 26, 2017. A friendly soccer match […]

‘They’re not lies’: Pizzagate troll tells 60 Minutes his ‘fake news’ stories are ‘100 percent true’

Sunday night’s edition of CBS’ “60 Minutes” included a segment about the so-called “Pizzagate” conspiracy theory and how it resulted in a North Carolina man traveling to Washington and firing off shots inside a popular pizzeria with an automatic weapon. Anchor Sco… Source: New feed

The Feuding Kleptocrats

The Feuding Kleptocrats

By Chris Hedges While the power elites—inside and outside of government—squabble over corporate health insurance they are demolishing the remnants of democratic institutions and federal programs. Related Entries January 11, 2006 Site Preferences March 26, 2017 Neil Gorsuch and the Deconstruction of the Administrative State Source: New feed

Illinois hairstylists trained in art of helping abuse victims

Londa Brown and Darlene Copeland, a pair of hairstylists from Chicago’s South Side, have spent so many hours listening to their customers talk about the ups and downs of their lives that the two jokingly refer to themselves as therapists. But along with amusing tales, their customers also shar… Source: New feed

United Airlines bars teenage girls in leggings from flight

At least two girls wearing leggings were barred from boarding a United Airlines flight on Sunday because they did not meet a dress code for special pass travelers, the company said in a statement on Twitter amid a social media furor. According to a series of tweets by another traveler, Shannon Watts… Source: New feed

Neil Gorsuch and the Deconstruction of the Administrative State

Neil Gorsuch and the Deconstruction of the Administrative State

By Marjorie Cohn Despite the Supreme Court nominee’s contention that judges are politically impartial, his record indicates that he would play to the Trump administration. Related Entries January 11, 2006 Site Preferences March 26, 2017 Neil Gorsuch and the Deconstruction of the Administrative State Source: New feed

Healthcare fail has Trump White House ‘hitting the rocks’ and torn by infighting at first 100 days

An already frantic and factionalized White House goes into the next week even more divided against itself after the humiliating failure of Pres. Donald Trump’s first big legislative push — a bill to “repeal and replace” Obamacare — on Friday. Politico reported Sunday th… Source: New feed

Hannity: 'You think I'm bad for America?' Koppel: 'Yeah' – video

Ted Koppel tells Fox News commentator Sean Hannity that his show has attracted people who are ‘determined that ideology is more important than facts’ and that as a result he is ‘bad for America’. Hannity disagrees, saying that Americans are smart enough to be able to distinguish news from comment. Continue reading… Source: New feed

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