Tag Archives: D-Calif.

Rep. Maxine Waters veiled threat to Trump: ‘Get ready for impeachment’

A California Democrat seems to think that President Trump shouldn’t get too comfortable in the White House, and is repeating her claim that impeachment is a very real possibility. Continue reading →
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Rep. Maxine Waters veiled threat to Trump: ‘Get ready for impeachment’

A California Democrat seems to think that President Trump shouldn’t get too comfortable in the White House, and is repeating her claim that impeachment is a very real possibility. Continue reading →

Congress no closer to funding Homeland Security Department as another shutdown deadline looms

The widespread disagreement in Congress over President Obama’s unilateral actions on immigration that nearly resulted in a partial shutdown of the Homeland Security Department resumes Monday — with Democrats, Republicans, senators and congressmen all pointing fingers.

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US military moving more military assets into Iraq to fight ISIS

The U.S. military is moving more military assets into Iraq to fight the Islamic State terror group and repositioning search-and-rescue assets to help in the event of downed planes. The moves come after reported criticism from the United Arab Emirates over the United States’ handling of the downing of a Jordanian plane in Iraq by ISIS in December. A video this week showed the pilot, Lt. Muath Al-Kaseasbeh, being burned to death by his ISIS captors.

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Mike Lee: Obama Operating as ‘Super-executive’

Sen Mike Lee doesn’t buy the White House’s explanation that the tax code allows President Barack Obama to change laws on his own. On Monday, Obama, for the 24th time changed or delayed his own signature healthcare law by delaying the employer mandate for yet another year for businesses with 50-99 employees. His administration says it has broad authority under the tax code to implement laws in ways that will encourage compliance.

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EPA set to strike key blow against coal

The EPA this week began public hearings — the next step toward a final rule — to cut carbon dioxide emissions from new coal plants. The rule would limit emissions to 1100 pounds per Megawatt hour, a level the coal industry says is technologically unattainable.

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