The midterm Congressional election results have been widely interpreted as a public rejection of the Bush Administration's handling of the ongoing war in Iraq. Democrats swept to victory promising a c...
When Democrats take control of the House and Senate in January, they will have the opportunity to push through Congress the many legislative promises that they campaigned on in the run-up to the midte...
Next week, members of Congress will cast their votes on a measure that focuses new attention on the issue of abortion.At issue is whether pregnant women should be informed that an abortion performed 2...
There has been increased debate recently about whether or not the District of Columbia should have a voting member of the House of Representatives, just as each of the fifty states do. Those in favor ...
I was surfing the channels the other day when I was bombarded with absurdities, double standards and grown men and women acting like spoiled children. I knew right away that I had stumbled upon a ses...
November of 2006, Citizens of this Nation elected a new Congress. This Congress must indeed be 'new'. The first step in the time to come, the most necessary step of all, is for America to put in plac...
I know you're busy earning a living…chauffeuring your kids to soccer practice…fixing the leaking faucet in your bathroom. And I know that it's not that you don't care-but that you care so deeply that...
Now that we the American citizens have made it through another year of fighting for our Constitutional Rights and to be protected by our Bill of Rights; I just want to say thank you Lord Jesus Christ ...
Congress is notorious for avoiding contentious issues when it comes to legislation. One bill working its way through committee could slap major internet companies around in a big way. The Impact of...
As the Democrats took control of the House and Senate in Congress, they promised a flurry of legislation in the first 100 hours of office. One of the efforts was to go after big oil.Energy costs that ...