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USA Has Become ‘Police’ State

The National Security Agency has been gathering phone records from Verizon Wireless customers. Do we actually have privacy anymore?

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Reduction of Federal Spending Ideas Well Received by a Senator

Received a call from Senator John Thune's office last Friday.

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President’s Day Parties

Today is a holiday! President's Day! We are celebrating the births of George Washington, and Abraham Lincoln. Congress is taking the week off

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The clock is ticking on the so-called "sequestration"  budget cuts. The deadline is March 1.
The clock is ticking on the so-called "sequestration" budget cuts. The deadline is March 1.

Clock is Ticking on Sequestration

The prospect of across-the-board budget cuts, the so-called "sequestration," looms ever closer, and the clock is ticking.

March first is the deadline, and Congress and President Obama don't appear to be rushing toward any kind of agreement

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U.S. Postmaster General Suggests End To Saturday Delivery And Rate Hike

Congress, Not the Internet to Blame for Postal Woes

WASHINGTON - By now you have probably heard that the US Postal Service is ending Saturday delivery of first-class mail in order to cut some of its financial losses. What you might not know is that Congress is the cause of most of those losses.

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Congress Goes Down To The Wire On Fiscal Cliff Negotiations

New Filibuster Rules Could Lead to More of the Same Ineffective Congress

If you enjoyed the last two years of a historically ineffectual Congress, get ready more of the same.

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2 South Dakota Students Selected for Youth Senate Program

SIOUX FALLS - Two South Dakota high school students have been selected to this year's U.S. Senate Youth Program in Washington.

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Congress OKs Cliff Deal, Signaling Future Fights

Congress' approval of a compromise averting a prolonged tumble off the fiscal cliff hands a victorious President Barack Obama most of the tax boosts on the rich that he campaigned on.

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Senate Leaders Offer Dour Take on ‘Cliff’ Talks

The top Senate negotiators on the effort to prevent the government from going over the "fiscal cliff" offered a pessimistic assessment Sunday barely 24 hours before a deadline to avert tax hikes on virtually every worker.

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Sen. Daniel Inouye of Hawaii Dead at 88

The office of Sen. Daniel Inouye (ih-NOH'-way) says the Medal of Honor recipient and 50-year veteran of the Senate has died of respiratory complications at a Washington-area hospital.

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