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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Bruce Carroll
The first female graduate of the Citadel is raising money in preparation for a 2014 primary challenge against GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.
The Obama administration is not necessarily winning the sequester game, despite blaming Republicans for the nation's economic woes, employing nimble rhetoric and staging melodramatic public events. Many Americans are not buying the buoyant White House talking points: a strong plurality of likely voters believe economic conditions in the U.S. are worsening, and the federal spending cuts will only compound the problem. So says a new poll from The Hill.
Churchgoers and supporters of religious freedom weren't too chicken to eat at Chick-fil-A on Wednesday.
"ABC, like most of Hollywood, actively and aggressively demotes the importance of Christianity — and God — in American society and pop culture," writes Bruce Carroll at the Andrew Breitbart site Big Hollywood.
"We never know which Lindsey Graham will show up in Washington each day," said Bruce Carroll, the group's chairman. "He's more likely to side with liberal Senate Democrats on important votes than with [fellow South Carolina GOP Sen.] Tim Scott or the South Carolina Republican congressional delegation."
"We never know which Lindsey Graham will show up in Washington each day," said Bruce Carroll, the group's chairman. "He's more likely to side with liberal Senate Democrats on important votes than with Senator Tim Scott or the South Carolina Republican Congressional delegation."