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Will Democrats force a federal shutdown over Flint relief funds?

Top Senate Democratic leaders say there will be no deal on funding the government without Flint aid.

Democrats press talks as showdown vote looms on funding bill

The aim is to see if Republicans will relent and add money to help Flint, Michigan, with its water crisis — and get Capitol Hill off a collision course that could lead to a government shutdown this weekend. "Democrats have been clear...Show More Summary

Dotcom Petitions Appeals Court For Rehearing Over Seized Millions

Last month, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected efforts by Kim Dotcom to regain control over millions of dollars in assets seized by the US Government. Yesterday, Dotcom's legal team petitioned the Court for a rehearing and rehearing...Show More Summary

Philippine miners say optimistic environmental violations will be addressed

MANILA (Reuters) - A Philippine mining industry group said on Tuesday it was confident that the alleged environmental violations of eight member companies recommended by the government for suspension would be addressed properly and promptly.

Slow Credit Recovery and Excess Returns on Capital

Slow Credit Recovery and Excess Returns on Capital Zheng Liu and Andrew Tai FRBSF Economic Letter  2016-28 | September 26, 2016     During the recovery from the Great Recession, real interest rates on government securities have stayed low, but real returns on capital have rebounded. Show More Summary

Jihadis in Congo? Probably not.

  Between October and December 2014, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) endured massacres that killed more than 250 people in Congo’s northeastern Beni region. The DRC government and the U.N. stabilization mission there, known...Show More Summary

CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY: Libya History: (Not Printed In 'Black Studies 2016 Text): In 1969 Gaddahfi Overthrew A UN Installed Government, In 2011 The UN And Former Colonizers Returned The Favor

Though the "UK House Of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee" IS an appendage of one of the 'colonial combatants' and thus their narrative must be taken with a grain of salt - THEY SHOULD BE APPLAUDED for doing that which IS NOT EVER GOING...Show More Summary

Decline in Oil Prices Lands on Government Workers as Saudi Arabia Cuts Paychecks

3 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

The reductions affect a wide range of government employees, from ministers, whose pay was cut by 20 percent, to civil servants, whose overtime pay and vacation time will face new limits.

Here Is A Call For Progress In A Domain The ADHA Should Put At The Top Of Their List.

This appeared during the last week:RACGP calls time on faxes and letters22 September 2016 THE RACGP is calling time on the era of the fax machine and the letter, officially telling the government and other health services to catch up...Show More Summary

Philippines to suspend 20 more mines under crackdown, mostly nickel

MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines has ordered the suspension of 20 more mines for environmental violations, most of them nickel producers, a government official said on Tuesday.

Globalism, Soros, and Charlotte: Now I Get It

The globalists get the power, and get to pull the strings behind the national governments, and coerce them into doing their global will.

Colombia, FARC sign historic peace deal

4 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

The accord between the country's government and its largest rebel movement ends a half-century of combat.

France turns to Germany for contract in assault rifles

The French military is to buy German assault rifles to replace its venerable French-made service weapon, the FAMAS, the government's military procurement agency announced on Friday.

Lockheed Rolls Out First F-35A for Japan Air Self Defense Force

Senior Japanese and U.S. government officials joined Lockheed Martin to celebrate the roll out of the first Japan Air Self Defense Force (JASDF) F-35A Lightning II, marking a major milestone in Japan’s enhanced national defense and strengthening the future of the U.S-Japan security alliance. The ceremony was attended by more than 400 guests from both

Libs pledge $15m to complete Belconnen Arts Centre

4 hours agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

The Canberra Liberals have made a $15 million election commitment to complete the second stage of the Belconnen Arts Centre’s development as part of a $16 million arts package. A Liberal government would also spend $750,000 for two new arts administrators who would assist in developing a long term arts strategy, according to Shadow Arts […]

Donald Trump on Not Paying Taxes: ‘That Makes Me Smart’

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump justified paying little or nothing in taxes in some years, saying it was a savvy business move and that the government would waste the money anyway.

Trump Gets His Message Out

She made more points tonight, but he may have scored more points. The anti-Trump way to look at the contrast is that he has less to say, because he knows less and has thought less about government; the pro-Trump way to look at it is that he’s a hedgehog. The effect of that contrast, I think, was that viewers had a stronger sense of where he stood. Show More Summary

BOTH Candidates Have Stated They Support Taking Guns from Those On the Imperfect No-Fly List

This is a nasty turn of events for the nation if both major parties are willing to strip you of your rights based off of a list that the government creates off of guesses at best. The post BOTH Candidates Have Stated They Support Taking Guns from Those On the Imperfect No-Fly List appeared first on RedState.

Colombia peace deal: key points

Here are key points of the peace deal signed Monday to end five decades of conflict between the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the government. The deal consists of six agreements: - Ceasefire and disarmament - A bilateral ceasefire took effect on August 29. Show More Summary

AP FACT CHECK: Clinton on debt-free college

Clinton has proposed making college tuition free for in-state students who go to a public college or university. Under her plan, the government would pay for in-state tuition at public colleges and universities for students from families earning less than $125,000 a year. Will colleges raise tuition once the government starts paying, increasing the cost to taxpayers?

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