Friday, October 30, 2015

1776 COALITION 10/30/2015

GOP candidates tangle with each other, and moderators, at feisty 3rd debate
Few could avoid the political crossfire Wednesday night at the third Republican presidential primary debate, where tensions flared among several candidates on stage – though perhaps the biggest clashes came between the candidates and the moderators. This time, Donald Trump... Read More

RUSH: So how does the budget deal pave the way for Hillary Clinton? Folks, it's real simple. Over half of any Republican candidate's campaign arsenal has just been neutered. The Republican Party cannot campaign by running around blaming the Democrats... Read More

Ryan gets House GOP speaker nod
House Republicans formally nominated Rep. Paul Ryan for speaker Wednesday, looking to him to help unify the party after a tumultuous period -- though defections in the ranks could preview some last-minute drama on the House floor. The Wisconsin congressman... Read More

A bad report card for nation and Connecticut
The “Nation’s Report Card” is out, and its generally not good news for the nation or Connecticut. Math scores across the nation were down for both fourth- and eighth-graders who took the National Assessment of Educational Progress test in 2015... Read More

How Indonesia’s Fires Are Choking the World
More than 100,000 land and forest fires in Indonesia have engulfed the country in a hazardous smoke, leading to an environmental and public health crisis that has affected every element of society in this sprawling Southeast Asian nation. Tens of... Read More

GOP moves to impeach IRS chief
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, and 18 other Republicans on the committee introduced a resolution on Tuesday to start impeachment proceedings against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen. Chaffetz said the impeachment effort is a response to... Read More

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