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10 Bi-Partisan “No-Brainer” Bills Congress Should Pass

by Nan Swift / /

The 113th Congress is about to return from summer recess, and if you believe the hype that this is a “do-nothing” Congress, perhaps you aren’t expecting much. Whether that’s a fair moniker or not, Congress could do much to dispel it by passing some of the thoughtful, bipartisan legislation that has been introduced during this session.


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Administration Stonewalling Government Watchdogs

by Nan Swift / /

The offices of Inspector General were created under the "Inspector General Act of 1978" to serve as internal watchdogs within federal agencies by conducting audits and investigations into programs, providing policy recommendations to "promote economy, eff
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Steve Forbes on Fiat Monetary Systems

by Dan Barrett / /

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Florida‘s 19th Special House Election: A Budgetary Guide

by Dan Barrett / /

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The Curious Case of Whistleblower Kevin Downing

by samantha jordan / /

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Government Reports: A Look At The Numbers

by Michael Tasselmyer / /

Vote Alert 

"YES" votes on the following amendments to H.R. 4487, the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act

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Expressing Concern Over New IRS Rules for Non-Profits

by Pete Sepp / /

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"YES" on H.R. 3865, the "Stop Targeting of Political Beliefs by the IRS Act of 2014."

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NTU urges all Representatives to vote "YES" on the following bills to increase accountability to taxpayers.

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