I agree with that. I keep telling people, there won't be a R in office for a very long time.
Someone was trying to tell me she thinks Christie will win next election and I rofled.
3 years is a long time in politics but I think cooler heads will prevail by then. I think Christie has enough 'baggage' to prevent his being nominated but look to the more moderate part of the party (Kasich, others) for a nominee. Not sure if the world is ready for another Bush even though he probably has the most experience.
Money will again prevail and basically tell the right to 'go away'.... that is if someone like Boehner (a joke IMO) could grow a set of *****.
I believe you need to **** and moan about some prior congress as all authority the Librarian of Congress enjoys was given by the Congress in prior laws.
Obama has nothing to do with it.
But I agree with the basic question, why does she/he have that authority? I guess it has something to do with intellectual property.
Agreed. The balance of power is WAY off in Washington, with librarians and the EPA making laws based on the power abdicated to them by Congress. Again, federal government is FAR too big. Knock it back by 2/3rds.
“She started talking to me about how she thought my speech wasn’t appropriate for 4th and 5th graders and she thought that probably I would have to rewrite my speech, take the religion out or not compete,” Golob-Drake explained to WFLA.
He told her that he would need to think about it at home. There is a brief paragraph on the Crusades, Genghis Khan and the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 in his speech. He ends it by encouraging the “Golden Rule,” saying that it would “make the world a better place.”
“She said to me probably the fairest thing to do is to take your ribbon,” Golob-Drake said.
A bipartisan team of California state senators introduced legislation Monday that would prohibit the state and its localities from providing "material support" to the National Security Agency.
If the bill becomes law, it would deny NSA facilities access to water and electricity from public utilities, impose sanctions on companies trying to fill the resulting void and outlaw NSA research partnerships with state universities.