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Obama’s Supreme Court Pick: It’s The Principle, Not The Individual

Sen. David Perdue, Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution is clear. The president may nominate judges to the Supreme Court, but the power to grant, or withhold, consent rests exclusively with the Senate. Nowhere does it say the Senate must hold hearings or votes. In fact, senators and appointees of both parties have said

Senator Reid opens door to Keystone pipeline vote

 Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, in an abrupt election-year shift in strategy, opened the possibility on Tuesday of allowing a vote on congressional approval of the long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline. “I’m open to anything that will move energy efficiency,” Reid, a long-time foe of the project, told reporters. He was referring to a bill

Another Investigation Confirms Harry Reid’s Long History of Corruption

Light from the Right – by Bob Adelmann  The seemingly impervious Teflon-proof senior Senator from Nevada, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, has been forced to respond to charges made in a two-part investigation into his self-dealings at RealClearPolitics published last week. The initial investigation was filled with corruption charges and responses from Reid’s PR people in a failed attempt to

Questions Raised About Senator Reid’s Connection to Bundy Ranch Dispute

The New American – by Warren Mass  The standoff between Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) deescalated on April 12, when the bureau announced that it will stop its operation to confiscate Bundy’s cattle. But another aspect to this ongoing story is jumping: The blogosphere is alive with allegations that

U.S. Senator Reid, son combine for China firm’s desert plant

 U.S. agency ends Nevada cattle roundup, releases herd after stand-off. This Story Below From: Aug 31, 2012 Related to “Bundy Ranch Story”  U.S. Senator Harry Reid recognized nine years ago that connections between his official duties and the lobbying activities of his relatives could lead to ethical questions. In 2003, the Nevada Democrat publicly banned relatives