Category Archives: House of Representatives


House of Representatives, U.S. Senate

What About the Senate on Gun Reciprocity?

November 24th, 2011

H.R. 822 Passed the House, Now What? The H.R. 822 passed however, with that said, it does not mean the Bill will become law anytime soon.  During the last few months, the House of Representatives has passed numerous pieces of … Continue reading


House of Representatives, U.S. Debt, U.S. Senate

Super Committee – Just Another Caste?

November 20th, 2011

Trust us, there will be no pukka solution from the Super Committee! With media being garrulous on the Super Committee and the upcoming “deadline,” we began to wonder, do the American people as a whole buy it?  We hope not. … Continue reading


2012 Federal Elections, House of Representatives, U.S. Senate

20th Amendment – The Lame Duck Re-visited, Again.

November 19th, 2011

More evidence that Congress is broken… More than a year ago, we posted our first article on the issue of lame duck congressional actions, titled Shoot the Lame Duck!.  The post opines how ridiculous and damaging it is to have members … Continue reading


Elections, House of Representatives

End Lame Duck – HR 5842 IH Is Getting New Life!

January 1st, 2011

Kansas Representative Lynn Jenkins: On July 22, 2010, Jenkins (R-Ks) introduced the “End the Lame Duck Act; To deem any adjournment of the House of Representatives which is in effect on the date of the regularly scheduled general election for … Continue reading


Elections, House of Representatives, U.S. Debt, U.S. Senate

Why Did Republican’s Vote For Another Stimulus?

December 26th, 2010

Lame Duck Republicans Gave Obama A Stealth Stimulus and a Facelift. Next month, in the State of the Union message, Obama will give the American voters the impression that he is out front on this bad deficit spending and is … Continue reading


Exectutive Branch, House of Representatives, U.S. Senate

The Lame Duck Is At It Again!

December 10th, 2010

What is disturbing to us and a lot of teaparty advocates is that the Senate minority leadership actually agreed to liberal conditions, i.e., more deficit spending, as quid pro quo for Obama’s agreement to “extend the Bush tax cuts.”  Where … Continue reading


House of Representatives, U.S. Debt, U.S. Senate

A Balanced-Budget Amendment Is Not “Chicken-Crap.”

December 2nd, 2010

This is nothing new under the sun. In the last few days we see and hear that the federal deficit is finally in the main-stream news (again?).   This is not a new topic being advocated by persons of influence … Continue reading


Elections, House of Representatives, The Courts, U.S. Senate

Shoot the Lame Duck!

November 8th, 2010

When you’re fired, you pack your stuff and leave! If you’ve ever fired an employee, or have been fired yourself, you know that the terminated employee packs his stuff and leaves–usually rather quickly.  If you’re the employer you certainly don’t … Continue reading


Education, House of Representatives, The Courts, U.S. Senate

All Persons Born In the U.S. (Illegally) Are Citizens. How come?

August 20th, 2010

Is there such a thing as an illegal birth? The short answer is no because no one has actually challenged the issue directly to the Supreme Court. Are children born in the United States of an illegal alien mother born … Continue reading