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The 1099 amendment is a provision that was added to the health care law to help pay for the overhaul. Many Democrats have joined Republicans in pushing for the repeal of this tax provision that imposes a huge information-reporting burden on small businesses. The provision requires businesses that spend a cumulative $600 or more with a vendor, supplier or contractor to file a 1099 form with the…Continue
The truth of the matter is that its not. At the present time 2.7 trillion dollars is owed to the Social Securtiy Trust Fund, Money borrowed to fund other government programs. Its the duty of every citizen to let Congress know,, enuff is enuff,, I ran across a wonderful article by Lawrence A Hunter at Forbes.Com, Calling on congress to adopt a binding rule that requires as its first order of business each year that specific budject cuts to other portions of the Federal budject be…Continue
The resolution to improve the debate and consideration of legislative matters and nominations in the Senate, was introduced by Democrats Tom Udall of New Mexico, with 24 Democratic cosponsors, including Jeff Merkley of Oregon and Tom Harkin of Iowa. Since his arrival in the Senate, Udall has led a group of Democrats who are largely new to the chamber that would like to…Continue
January 24, 2011
Recent Congressional Votes
Upcoming Congressional Bills
Added by Ray Marcantoni on January 26, 2011 at 7:01pm — No Comments
The Tax payers of the United States contribute 22% percent of the UN operating budject, and 27% percent of its peace keeping efforts,
Since the year 2000 95% percent of the countries that have received assistance, have voted against the United States.
For the year 2011 the cost to our taxpayers will total 2.7 billion dollars of borrowed money. The UN owes the US 180 million dollars from the Tax Equalization fund, and the closed peace keeping…Continue
Added by Lee Norris on January 23, 2011 at 9:34pm — No Comments
I just heard about this today. This apparently is a determination of the NLRB, National Labor Relations Board that would not be subject to Congressional approval. They will mandate that a poster be hung in the area where all employees can see it that provides them with their "rights" in regard to unionizing their work force.
Do your own research,,,mine is just preliminary...but as they state, as of Jan 3, 2011 that this is subject to input…
Washington (CNN) -- President Barack Obama on Wednesday signed a $1.15 billion measure to fund a settlement initially reached between the Agriculture Department and minority farmers more than a decade ago.
The 1997 Pigford v. Glickman case against the U.S. Agriculture Department over claims of discrimination against black farmers was settled out of court 11 years ago. Under a federal judge's terms dating to 1999, qualified farmers could receive $50,000 each…Continue
Repealing the Healthcare Law
Incoming House Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA), announced that the…Continue
Added by Ray Marcantoni on January 7, 2011 at 8:17pm — No Comments
We dare not forget that we are the heirs of that first Relvolution, John F Kennedy
I think that there is an office higher than that of president, and I would call that Patriot. Gary Hart
We on this Continent should never forget that men crossed the Atlantic not to find soil for their Plows, but
to secure Liberty for thier souls, Robert McCracken
My God! How little do my countymen know, what precious blessings they are…Continue
Added by Lee Norris on January 4, 2011 at 7:42pm — No Comments
A New Year has arrived. The next phase to Restore America by the Patriot citizenry must continue unabated. Expectations for the "New" Congress (note: most of them aren't "new" - only 20%, particularly the leaders) remain highly skeptical & cautionary especially in light of them totally missing & already giving away their historical Nov. 2 mandate during the lame duck session; going along with yet another insane, unfunded "stimulus" style package, and making some very inappropriate…Continue