Posts Tagged Washington

Congressional pensions, lavish benefits for corruption, incompetence

Chaka Fattah’s recent corruption conviction may result in his pension being stripped. Congressional pensions, lavish benefits for a load of incompetence and corruption coming from Washington. Fattah’s conviction has put some light on a subject rarely talked about, congressional pensions. Fattah may lose a $55,000 a year pension for his actions. Who cares right! But […]

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Why I’ll seek alternative if Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee

If you don’t vote for Hillary Clinton it is a vote for Donald Trump. The above bold print will be stated many times, by many people, between the Democratic Convention and election day this fall. The accuracy of the statement quite honestly means nothing to me at this point. Who I vote for in November I […]

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Congressional term-limits and the career politician

The current election cycle from both the Republican and Democrat side has had one consistency, contempt for the establishment. I myself am on board for an outsider as president (if that person is Bernie Sanders). Previously I have written about voting outside of the presidential election cycle being equally if not more important than the presidential […]

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Political revolution, voter participation beyond 2016

A running poll on fox on the approval rating of Congress last updated in October 2015 has their approval rating at 13%. A dismal number. The poll also shows since August 2011 Congress approval has never exceeded 21%. So what is coming up to 5 years, the vast majority of Americans have disliked their job […]

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America’s stupid, the headline heard around the world on Super Tuesday results

If all the polls are correct, Donald Trump will sweep Super Tuesday all but handing him the nomination. The shot heard around the world this time will not be a gunshot. It will be a collective gasp from the world. Followed by, when did America become so stupid? One may believe that it is the politicians […]

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