Chairmen of Congressional Armed Services Committees Condemn Obama’s Expected Veto as “Downright Dangerous”

Chairmen of Congressional Armed Services Committees Condemn Obama’s Expected Veto as “Downright Dangerous”

CLAIM “MEN AND WOMEN IN UNIFORM…EXPECT MORE FROM THEIR COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF” by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 22, 2015) — In an emailed newsletter received early on Thursday afternoon, House Armed Services Committee (HASC) Chairman Mac Thornberry and Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain wrote that Obama’s anticipated veto of the 2016 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) […]

Who’s Really in Charge?

Who’s Really in Charge?

WE DON’T NEED TO SHUT DOWN GOVERNMENT TO EXERT CONGRESSIONAL AUTHORITY.  HERE’S AN ALTERNATIVE. by Greg Walcher, ©2015 (Sep. 18, 2015) — The President thought government spending was out of control, so he vetoed the appropriations bill. Congress was determined to have its way, though, and overrode the veto, restoring funding despite his objections. However, it […]

What Would a Government Shutdown Resemble?

What Would a Government Shutdown Resemble?

“ESSENTIAL” SERVICES EXEMPTED FROM CLOSURE ARE WIDE-RANGING by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 24, 2013) — With a September 30 deadline to pass funding legislation approaching, Obama has warned of a government shutdown which he claimed would stop military members’ paychecks and halt the processing of small business loans. Obama wants the debt limit increased so that […]