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Topic - Fred P. Hochberg
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, sounding like a whining kid on a playground who can't get his way, says "the Senate is broken and needs to be fixed."
A perfect storm is brewing - one that threatens to devastate what's left of America's military and its associated industrial base. This would be a bad outcome under the best of circumstances.
Fiscal conservatives came up short in what they called a battle against corporate welfare as the Senate on Tuesday joined the House in reauthorizing the charter of the Export-Import Bank, which aids U.S. companies seeking to sell goods and services abroad.
Less than halfway through his first term, President Obama has appointed more openly gay officials than any other president in history.