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Florida Health Care Ruling Expected Monday

January 29, 2011 politisite 0

The fourth federal judge to rule on President Obama’s health care law is expected to issue his decision from Florida Monday. U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson’s ruling will decide the biggest of the many court challenges to Obama’s hallmark accomplishment, which now has 26 state attorneys general backing the suit. Opponents of the Affordable Care Act specifically target two key aspects of the law. First, that the “individual mandate,” which […]

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Congressman Joe 'you lie' Wilson's Travel Probe dropped

January 1, 2011 politisite 0

West Columbia, SC (WLTX) — The ethics probe into Rep. Joe Wilson’soverseas travel expenses is over. The House ethics committee has dropped its investigation into spending by Wilson and five other congressmen who traveled abroad as part of official delegations. Members of Congress are said to be allowed up to $250 per day to cover personal expenses. One question in the probe was whether Wilson spent more than his allowance […]

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“The Lens of Deep Suspicion.” Why Americans disapprove of Congress.

December 26, 2010 politisite 0

Blog Spotlight Rule 22 Most Americans disapprove of Congress and have for a long time. However, today Congress matched its historic best in disappointing US citizens. Gallup released a poll today showing that only 13% of Americans approve of the job Congress is doing (Matching its worst approval ever is a statistic according to Gallup. In 2008, Congress managed 9% approval in a different poll). While 13% is low, it isn’t […]

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Is The Lame Duck Congress 'Rigged' one Democrat Senator caught saying so

November 30, 2010 politisite 0

A microphone accidentally left on during Tuesday’s Senate session caught one Democratic senator complaining that the agenda is “all rigged.” After voting on the Food Safety Act, a microphone picked up Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) complaining that the process of setting the agenda during the lame-duck session is “rigged.” “It’s all rigged. The whole conversation is rigged,” he said. “The fact that we don’t get to a discussion before the […]

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Obama team braces for Rep. Darrell Issa Investigations of Stimulus funds and Campaign contributions

November 15, 2010 politisite 0

Editors note:  Politisite did a story on Obama’s campaign finances in early 2008. We are sure Darrell Issa will also hold a hearing on why the Obama Campaign disconnected the address verification system on donations of less than 200 dollars during his campaign.  Obama first stated he would accept public funding but later caved when the $85M was not enough to propagandize his message of fundamental change in government. Not […]

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Black GOP Candidates Poised to Score Historic Election Victory

October 27, 2010 politisite 0

In an earlier story we had mentioned that there were 32 African-Americans running under the Republican Banner during the 2010 Primary.
Although Most of the News has been about Florida’s Allen West and South Carolina’s Tim Scott, there are 12 other black GOP candidates looking to make history in this year’s midterms:

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Hawaii Primary Election Results – Election 2010

September 19, 2010 politisite 0

Primary Election 2010 The Primary Election is on September 18, 2010. Aiona, Finnegan To Face Abercrombie, Schatz HONOLULU — Former U.S. Rep. Neil Abercrombie defeated former Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann in the Democratic gubernatorial primary on Saturday night.Abercrombie was defeating Hannemann, 60 to 38 percent.”In 2008, a great wave came from Hawaii and went all across the united states and swept across America with the election of Barack Obama, and […]

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South Carolina 2nd congressional district military veterans start ad war

September 14, 2010 politisite 0

Congressman Joe Wilson received national attention earlier this year when he shouted, “You Lie” during President Obama’s State of the Union Address. Following that outburst a rather under the wire congressman was in the spot light.
Soon after, tens of thousands of dollars where given to his opponent, Democrat Rob Miller to defeat Wilson. After Republicans got wind of the mass donations to Miller, Wilson began receiving donations from all over the country as well. When it was over, both candidates had more than a million dollars each for their campaigns.
A war, if you will, of sorts, took place between the two candidates early on. One side wanting to rid itself of a disrespectful incumbent and to replace him with a younger Iraqi war officer. And the other wanting to hold on to a leader who is willing to speak out against an over zealous executive.

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50 Members of Congress fortunes grew to $1.4 Billion while Americans Lose Jobs, Homes

August 31, 2010 politisite 0

They call DC “the Cocoon” for Good Reason, while Americans suffer high unemployment, Home foreclosures, and financial ruin, Members on the Hill fortunes continue to clime at unprecedented rates of return. The top Fifty members of congress are worth almost 1.4 Billion. We wonder if the Stimulus was directed more toward themselves than toward the average American. Here to hoping for 30 percent unemployment for Congress in November!

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Traficant out of Penn on Ohio Congressional Ballot

August 30, 2010 politisite 0

Former Ohio Rep. Jim Traficant will run for his old House seat this fall as an independent. The Mahoning County Board of Elections, which met Monday evening to decide whether the former congressman had qualified for the 17th District ballot, determined that Traficant had secured 11 more petition signatures than he needed. The announcement was reported by several local news outlets. The decision caps a one-month battle Traficant’s supporters had […]