The House and Senate have both passed a $1.3 trillion bill to fund the Federal government for 2018. If this seems a little late, well, it is — and this budget will only last through to September. For months we have been covering this process. The bill would increase defense spending by $80 billion and […]
How much did your Congressperson get paid by the Telecoms before he or she handed over the right for Internet Service Providers to sell your personally identifiable search history? Check out the data, provided by the Resistance Report at this link.
On March 28, 2017, the Senate passed a Joint Resolution, proposed by Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ), that condemns a prior law regarding how the FCC asks Internet Service Providers to protect users’ private browsing history and data. The consensus about this Resolution’s immediate effect, is that it allows internet providers to sell the personal browsing […]
Naomi Wolf interviews Republican grassroots Congressional candidate Jonathan Dozier, who served in various roles in the US Military and now works in the insurance industry. A father of four, Dozier expresses his reasons for wanting to run for Congress to represent his community, Fayetteville, NC; he says that it is one of the largest communities […]
Back from their district work period, the U.S. House of Representatives hit the ground running with the intent to address sex trafficking in a meaningful way. By last Tuesday, two bills to help save victims of trafficking were passed; but both approached the issue in different ways. H.R. 767 – SOAR to Health and Wellness […]
Congress was back on break, taking advantage of their district work period. That means that your Representative was in an office near you. This was your chance to call or set up a meeting with congress people; they may be holding town halls as well. Remember to stay tuned to the district schedule. Bookmark this […]