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Senate passes spending bill that prevents government shutdown

WASHINGTON- The U.S. Senate on Thursday approved a $1.1 trillion spending bill to keep the government funded through September. The upper chamber voted 79-18 to approve the measure. The House approved the legislation on Wednesday. The omnibus appropriations bill allocates […]

Senate passes spending bill that prevents government shutdown

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WASHINGTON- The U.S. Senate on Thursday approved a $1.1 trillion spending bill to keep the government funded through September. The upper chamber voted 79-18 to approve the measure. The House approved the legislation on Wednesday. The omnibus appropriations bill allocates […]

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House passes $1.1 trillion spending bill that funds government through September

WASHINGTON – The House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a $1.1 trillion spending bill to keep the government funded through September. The lower chamber voted 309-118 to approve the measure. The omnibus appropriations bill allocates

Trump issues stern rebuke of anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial

WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump issued a stern rebuke of anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial. “Those who deny the Holocaust are an accomplice to this horrible evil, and we will never be silent.

Fox News screwed up a good thing

For years, Fox News has cornered the market on presenting the conservative voice to white Americans disinterested in moving forward in our society. Led by Bill O’Reilly, the network

Operation Northwoods: When the US Joint Chiefs of Staff slid into insanity

Fifty-five years ago, a top-secret plan was proposed by the United States government to secure support for military intervention against Cuba. A plan that included acts of terrorism, sabotage,

Body slam in Fort Collins reveals our biases

Years ago a high school student ask me when I thought women would be equal in our society. My response was treated with mixed reaction by the class when I

Is the Trump administration shifting toward a more globalist foreign policy?

WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump’s America First campaign slogan ignited his base but many of the new Commander-In-Chief’s strongest supporters are questioning whether last week’s Syria strike foreshadows a shift to

Don Rickles leaves a big vacuum in comedy

Can you imagine a comedian, today, standing before his audience and peers and doing nothing but tearing them apart? “Are you Chinese or is there just something wrong with

Trump avenges Assad’s ‘disgrace to humanity’

That is how President Donald Trump described the horrific chemical weapon attack against the citizens of Syria by their own government. The President was right on the money with this

Healthcare reform reformed

Part Two: If Healthcare Is Such a Joke, When Do We Get to Laugh? That poor excuse for government legislation didn’t pass. After years of Republicans bashing Obamacare, they still

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