The NJ guv’s former campaign manager, Bill Stepian, asserted his fifth amendment rights today in response to a subpoena from a legislative committee investigating lane closings on the Fort Lee side of the George Washington Bridge last September. Grab the popcorn – at this rate this will play out all year. Governor Christie’s former campaign […]
The Pac -12 Conference has long been known for producing offensive stars, and this year's crop of players fits that bill. Oregon State's Brandin Cooks, Oregon's De'Anthony Thomas and USC's Marqise Lee are among several touted playmakers...Show More Summary
Extended unemployment benefits expired in December 2013 after Republicans in the House blocked an extension of the program. Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee has proposed new bills that she claimed in a statement, "would not beShow More Summary
An attorney for Bill Stepien, formerly the top political aide to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, explains why Stepien is refusing to answer subpoenas from the New Jersey state legislature requesting documents related to the Ft. Lee lane...Show More Summary
Lionsgate has released the UK trailer for writer/director Steven Knight's Locke, starring Tom Hardy, Ruth Wilson, Andrew Scott, Olivia Colman, Tom Holland, Ben Daniels, Danny Webb, Alice Lowe, Bill Milner, Lee Ross, Silas Carson and Kirsty Dillon. Locke is the story of one man's life unraveling in a tension-fuelled ninety minute race against time. Show More Summary
Lee Billings says we should build a space telescope capable of finding habitable worlds. Hear him, hear him! A Goldilocks world is not too big, causing it to be smothered beneath thick layers of gas. It is not too small, so that its atmosphere drifts away. Show More Summary
Oliver Lee Bateman reflects on the limits of tolerance in the context of the Kansas bill that would legalize discrimination against same-sex couples. The post Kansas Legislature Attempts to Legalize Discrimination By Declaring War on Marriage appeared first on The Good Men Project.
by Catherine Briggs WASHINGTON, D.C., February 14, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Obama administration's decision to recognize same-sex “marriages” in states that do not recognize them undermines the Constitution's protection of states rights, according to two staunch pro-family senators. They have…
Mercer International (MERC) Q4 2013 Earnings Conference Call February 14, 2014 10:00 AM ET Executives David Gandossi - EVP, CFO and Secretary Jimmy Lee - Chairman, President and CEO Analysts Bill Hoffman - RBC Capital Markets Richard...Show More Summary
Republican U.S. senators Ted Cruz and Mike Lee have introduced a bill that would nullify same-sex marriages when a legally married couple enters a state without marriage equality. Featured Image: read more
The Teabag Twins strike again: Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Mike Lee (R-UT) have introduced a Senate version of the “State Marriage Defense Act,” a bill that would prohibit the federal government from recognizing same-sex couples’ marriages if they live in a state that doesn’t recognize them. Show More Summary
Sens. Ted Cruz and Mike Lee believe same-sex marriages should disappear as couples cross state borders. The post Tea Party Senators Introduce ‘You’re Not Married Anymore’ Bill To Nullify Same-Sex Marriages appeared first on ThinkProgress.
It worked before. It would work again: Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee is trying to get more work into welfare. On Wednesday, Lee introduced a bill that would restore the monthly work requirements for food stamps that President Obama suspended in 2009 with the stimulus. Show More Summary
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Teabagistan) and Sen. Mike Lee (R-Teabagistan) today jointly introduced a bill that limits the federal government to only recognizing same-sex marriages that are conducted legally in the state where the married couple resides. Show More Summary
U.S. Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) presented his new bill on higher education reform, attacking the current accreditation and federal loan system as a "higher education cartel."
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If you're going to do an episode that takes some risky jumps through time, it's probably a good idea to get a director who's had experience with shows that deal with that sort of thing, and Paul Edwards would fit the bill, having helmed episodes of both Fringe and Lost. Click To Continue Reading
Published every weekday, the Switchboard highlights five tech policy stories you need to read. Today’s the deadline for Nobel Peace Prize nominations. Let’s give it to Bill Gates. The Switch's Timothy B. Lee has a novel suggestion for the next Nobel Peace Prize: Microsoft founder Bill Gates. " Gates has poured billions of dollars into efforts […]
It’s taken me a disgracefully long time to finish the review copy of this I was sent back in the fall, mostly because I didn’t read anything not immediately related to the book-in-progress for most of November and all of December. Which is to say, the long delay is not in any way a reflection…
During the February 2nd airing of This Week With George Stephanopoulos, Bill Kristol said Senator Mike Lee's (R-UT) Tea Party response "[was] more substantive" than President Obama's State of the Union speech (SOTU). Kristol said Obama's...Show More Summary