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Will Mortgage Settlement Avoid Repeating Obama’s Foreclosure Failures?

On Friday, February 9, administration officials stood alongside state attorneys general to announce a $25 billion mortgage settlement. It was reminiscent of a big announcement by administration officials three Februarys ago involving an even bigger number: $50 billion. That money was supposed to… Continue Reading →

Statement of Labor Secretary on November employment numbers

Washington, U.S.A.  – ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez issued the following statement about the November 2013 Employment Situation report: “The American economy continues its broad and steady job growth heading into the New Year, adding 203,000 jobs in November. The unemployment rate dropped to 7.0… Continue Reading →

Rick Perry Voices Romney’s Immigration Record

Another intense GOP debate took place in Las Vegas, Nevada, that aimed at giving the nation another opportunity to get to know the candidates and their positions on certain topics. Throughout the night, finger-pointing was prevalent, especially surrounding the topic… Continue Reading →

Remarks by John McCain, U.S. Senator of Arizona

Tampa, U.S.A. – It’s an honor, as always, my fellow Republicans, to join you at our national convention, and add my voice to yours as we nominate the next president of the United States, my friend, Governor Mitt Romney. I had hopes once… Continue Reading →

After Weinergate Scandal, Did Congress Members Learn Anything?

600+ Attacks On Religious Freedom in U.S.A. Revealed

Tampa, U.S.A. — On August 20, Kelly Shackelford, President and CEO of Liberty Institute, and Tony Perkins, President of the Family Research Council, officially released The Survey on Religious Hostility in America at a press conference during Platform Week at the Republican… Continue Reading →

Drug Use on the Rise: 22 Million American Take Illegal Drugs

A new study shows that nearly 9% of the American population use illegal drugs, including abuse of prescription drugs and regular use of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, hallucinogens or inhalants. According to the 2010 National Survey on Drug Use and Health,… Continue Reading →

Bipartisan Legislation Aids Medicaid Providers

The president/CEO of the California Association of Health Facilities (CAHF) says a bipartisan congressional effort to ensure that Medicaid providers are paid in a timely manner is a necessary move, given California’s history of failing to pass a state budget… Continue Reading →

Asking Millionaires to Pay a Fair Share is €œPathetic€ According to Senate GOP

The Republicans argument over the debt ceiling is becoming increasingly ridiculous. And apparently, asking for millionaires to share some of the sacrifice is pathetic, at least according to Sen. Jeff Sessions, a Republican from Alabama. The top Republican on the… Continue Reading →

Immigrants Comprise the 21% of New Jerseys Residents

Washington, U.S.A. — A new report from the Center for Immigration Studies provides a detailed picture of immigrants (legal and illegal) in the United States and in New Jersey. Using the latest Census Bureau data from 2010 and 2011, the study reveals… Continue Reading →

Obamacare Survived in Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court announced the much awaited and crucial decision on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, upholding it with a 5 to 4 decision. On the other hand, this action by the Supreme Court junked all anti-Obama… Continue Reading →

The Village of Middlefield Fights Back

Middlefield, U.S.A — The Village of Middlefield launched its new two-pronged website this week, less than four months after Mayor Ben Garlich all but declared war on the area’s much-too-long economic slide. “We will not use the global economic crisis as an… Continue Reading →

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