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Tea party Senate favorites lead in NH, Delaware

Post by (christian louboutin schuhe) Sep 2010 WASHINGTON — Tea party-supported candidates in New Hampshire and Delaware seized early leads over establishment-backed rivals in Republican senatorial races Tuesday, the finale to a primary season marked by economic recession and political upheaval.In New Hampshire, Ovide Lamontagne was gaining 52 percent of the vote to 32 percent… Read More »

Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act Goes to the Senate

The Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act Round One: In 2001, President Bush released federal funds for research using stem cells leftover from in-vitro fertilization attempts prior to August 9, 2001. The Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act Round Two: Congresswoman Diane DeGette of Colorado is a staunch supporter of blastocyst (embryonic) stem cell research. Ms. DeGette… Read More »

Senate Leadership Opposes Ron Paul’s Federal Reserve Transparency Act

In July 2009, Congress held hearings on the Federal Reserve System’s independence. Congress finally discussed Ron Paul’s bill, HR 1207, known as the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, as well as whether or not the Federal Reserve should even continue to operate independently. Even though President Obama campaigned on and promised greater transparency in government, and… Read More »

Nigerian Senate Vows To Wipe Out Corruption

The President of the Senate, Chief Ken Nnamani, has warned the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission against selective prosecution of the war against corruption Nnamani said this on Sunday during the Grand House Reception held for him at The Coliseum in Lagos. He said, “There is no corrupt politician that is more important than the… Read More »

Senate Republicans Continue Obstructionist Behavior

It’s baffling that so many of our top elected officials in Washington just don’t get it! Our global economy is tanking, banks won’t lend money for fear of being undercapitalized against existing loans, home prices are contracting, foreclosures are at an all time high, and we lost 600,000 jobs in January. And the Senate Republicans… Read More »

An Insight About Senate Democratics

The United States Senate is a house of Congress which was instituted to promote stability via official debate between delegates from each state (equally 2 senators for each) in a long, six year terms. This is also considered the ultimate club to take part in. In this 111th session of Congress, the upper house is… Read More »