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Sen. Bernie Sanders is returning to the early presidential primary state of South Carolina next week during a three-day tour of the South.
In July, a group of researchers just days after the Senate approved more funding for test programming on the fighter jets, released how much money current members of Congress got in contributions from Lockheed Martin since 2001.
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If the 113th Congress were a dead frog, it wouldn't twitch if you hooked it up to a truck battery.
"When you see the kind of force that's been used in Ferguson, it really does make it appear that the police department there is an occupying army in a hostile territory and that is absolutely not what we want to see in the U.S." Senator Sanders is now trying to launch a $5.5 Billion bill in the Senate for employment of youth between the ages of 16 ... (more)
We are regularly told by our prognosticating betters that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton might as well already be the Democratic Party's 2016 nominee.
Sen. Bernie Sanders got into a heated confrontation with constituents during a town hall in his home state this past weekend.
It's always time to worry when you hear that something has to be done, and done right away, or else a calamity of unimagined proportions will strike.
The stage is being set this month for another round of argument and angst over the future of the U.S. Postal Service when Congress returns to work in September.
Dean Corren, of Burlington, will support a single-payer health care system if elected lieutenant governor, saying it will be cheaper for Vermonters than the current system.
New data shows more veterans are opting to use food banks more than ever before in the state's history.
President Barack Obama, flanked by Senate Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., left, and House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer of Md., right, signs H.R. 3230, the Veterans' Access to Care through Choice, Accountability, and Transparency Act of 2014, at the Wallace Theater in Fort Belvoir, Va.
The man who turned over control of the U.S. Senate to Democrats by abandoning the GOP in 2001 died today at age 80. Former senator Jim Jeffords entered Vermont politics in the 1950s when it was the most rock-ribbed Republican state in the country.
It really is a bitch, ain't it, when the rare piece of reality comes along and wipes out the phony meme's and in the case of the Military and Veterans the symbols used, especially when the reality is easy to ignore! "If military action is worth our troops' blood, it should be worth our treasure, too" "not just in the abstract, but in the form of a ... (more)
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