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  1. Bill authorizing 2013 U.S. defense spending edges toward completion

    U.S. lawmakers merged the competing House and Senate versions of the annual defense policy bill on Tuesday, approving a measure that authorizes $633.3 billion in def...

  2. Small Business Urges Lawmakers to Get to Work

    The National Small Business Association (NSBA) congratulates President Barack Obama and the returning and newly elected Members of Congress. NSBA also applauds the overall tone offered by President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney, as well as myriad other lawmakers, who called for the nation to come together, and for lawmakers to seek bipartisan consensus to address the many challenges ahead.

  3. A Candidate Based Solely on the Constitution

    Constitution Party Presidential Candidate Virgil Goode on a president who runs his office based on the laws of the founding fathers.

  4. France Withholds Funds From Peugeot Over Iran Sanctions Fears -Sources

    PSA Peugeot Citroen SA (UG.FR, PEUGY) and hundreds of smaller firms are feeling the sting of sanctions against Tehran as the French government withholds 220 million ...

  5. Are We Headed for Another Great Depression?

    The Trends Research Institute’s Gerald Celente predicts that the U.S is headed for war with Iran and says it’s going to affect our economy the way WWII did at the end of the Great Depression.

  6. Is the Administration Helping or Hurting Women’s Rights?

    “The End of America” author Naomi Wolf and FNC’s Kimberly Guilfoyle on women’s rights moving to the forefront of recent government policies as well as the election.

  7. Are Military Cuts a National Security Risk or Financial Necessity?

    “The End of America” author Naomi Wolf and FNC’s Andrea Tantaros on the impact of cuts to the military on U.S. economic and national security interests.

  8. Rep. Walden on the Gridlock Over the Payroll Tax Cut Extension

    Rep. Greg Walden, (R-Ore.), on efforts to reach a compromise on an extension of the payroll tax cut.

  9. Small Business Research Programs Extended for Six Years

    Two small business research programs have been reauthorized Senate and House small business committees,—which is good news for businesses that depend on federal rese...

  10. American Liberties At Risk

    Sen. Mike Lee, (R-Utah), explains why he voted against the National Defense Authorization Act

  11. One Bill to Destroy The Constitution

    Attorney and Former Commissioned Officer in the US Army Jacob Hornberger discusses the National Defense Authorization Act that would allow for American citizens to be detained by the military indefinitely without charge

  12. Help for Soldiers Coping With Traumatic Brain Injury

    Improved body armor and helmets, evacuation techniques and much enhanced combat care have reduced mortality rates in recent wars. If there’s any good news to wring o...

  1. Army’s largest solar-energy plant underway

    U.S. Army Energy Initiatives Task Force executive director Amanda Simpson on the Army’s 155-acre solar-panel plant at Fort Huachuca.

  2. Plan to Ax A-10 Warthog Gets Pushback

    A proposal from the Department of Defense to ax the Air Force's entire fleet of A-10 Thunderbolts is receiving criticism from multiple fronts with questions over how...

  3. Republican Leadership Pushes for Fed Audit Vote

    As the Senate slowly moves to confirm Janet Yellen to chair the Federal Reserve, Republicans are strengthening efforts to subject the central bank to expanded federa...

  4. U.S. Congress backs bill authorizing $633 billion for defense in 2013

    The U.S. Congress approved the final version of the annual defense policy bill on Friday, authorizing $633 billion in defense spending for 2013, tightening sanctions...

  5. U.S. Senate backs bill authorizing $633 billion for defense in 2013

    The U.S. Congress approved the final version of the annual defense policy bill on Friday, authorizing $633 billion in defense spending for 2013, tightening sanctions...

  6. Congress Approves Bill Authorizing $633B for Defense in 2013

    The U.S. Congress approved the final version of the annual defense policy bill on Friday, authorizing $633 billion in defense spending for 2013, tightening sanctions...

  7. House approves bill authorizing $633 billion in defense spending

    The U.S. House of Representatives approved the final version of the annual defense policy bill on Thursday, authorizing $633.3 billion in defense spending for 2013, ...

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