When did Republicans become the party of earmarks?

By Wayne Alsip IN 2011 CONGRESS BANNED EARMARKS AKA PORK.  When Republicans took control of the house in 2011, they

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State of The Union 2018

  My Take   By Susie Haynie   The State of the Union Speech has always been an important event

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House crushes Al Green’s bid to impeach President Trump

The House on Wednesday tossed aside an attempt by Rep. Al Green to bring articles of impeachment against President Trump. Many Democrats joined the Republican majority in voting, 364-58, to table the resolution from Mr. Green, Texas Democrat, after Democratic leaders said Mr. Trump’s actions may be upsetting to the party, but that talk of impeachment…

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The Roy Moore Saga…To Support or Not Support

Finally, based on what we know, perhaps the question to ask is how will these accusations affect Roy Moore’s ability to perform his job as a Senator? And/or have the accusations made him less capable of his job? If your answer is yes, then vote against him. If you answer no, then vote for him. But whatever you decide, be sure you can live with your decision. I know I don’t regret my decision in this past presidential election.

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House GOP seeks to impeach secretary of state

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Sounds like an investigation is necessary in #North Carolina, but if it’s not illegal to commission notaries to illegal immigrants

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