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Defending the House GOP Agenda

Published on March 12, 2017 By sirrahc

As a political conservative, I have been waiting for quite awhile for the time when our leaders and representatives in the U.S. federal government would start chopping away at some of the unneeded and unwanted federal bureaucracy and regulatory restrictions and other laws that are a blight on our nation. From what I have seen […]


Published on September 22, 2010 By sirrahc
This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series DISCLOSE Act

We knew it was inevitable, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) has dusted off the DISCLOSE Act for a vote. But first, let me review for a moment…. Unless you’re a new reader/visitor, you probably remember that I wrote about this Act back in June/July. (Here, here, here.) DISCLOSE is a terrible piece of […]

DISCLOSE Act Stalls: Celebrate, but Beware!

Published on July 29, 2010 By sirrahc
This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series DISCLOSE Act

We did it! Yes, thanks to the many concerned citizens who called and/or emailed their Senators, blogged and/or talked their friends into doing the same, etc., the DISCLOSE Act — which passed the House in June — did NOT pass the Senate (S.3628, aka S.3295) this past Tuesday. It seems that Senate Majority Leader Harry […]

Update on the DISCLOSE Act

Published on July 23, 2010 By sirrahc
This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series DISCLOSE Act

My original post on the DISCLOSE Act was focused more on the NRA exemption, but it affects a lot more than gun rights. It is really a free-speech issue, and the labor unions now have their own exemption. I received the following update today from Mark Mix of the National Right to Work (NRTW) Committee, […]

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