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America First before Politics

America First before Politics
While listening to the Interview by FAREED ZAKARIA who was interviewing Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles.  I was pleasantly suprised that Simpson had the guts to put America First before Politics. (emphasis added by Scotty)

At the start of the Interview he got my full attention when he called himself a "R.I.N.O. ...which means a Republican in name only because I guess of social views perhaps or common sensewould be another one which seems to escape members of our party". (Its a great lesson for all of the Republicans in Office).

I admired Mr Simpsons- frankness in why the Republicans and Democrats are causing the turmoil that is hampering the rebound of the US economy .  I especially appreciated his direct comment on Re-Election when he said:

" if (Re-Election)..." means more to you than your country when we need patriots to come out in a situation when we're in extremity, you shouldn't even be in Congress. He continues on to discu…

Share Ideas with Sen Claire McCaskill-May 25-2011

 "Kitchen Table Talk" in St. Louis at the St. Louis Public Library - Buder Branch (4401 Hampton Avenue) from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The purpose of this meeting is to reach out to you, to listen to your thoughts and ideas about federal policies and legislation and to take them back to the Senator.  ______ Dear St Louis Renewable Energy Readers, My name is Brendan Fahey and I am a staff member for U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill. On Wednesday, May 25, 2011, on behalf of the Senator, I will be hosting a "Kitchen Table Talk" in St. Louis at the St. Louis Public Library - Buder Branch (4401 Hampton Avenue) from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The purpose of this meeting is to reach out to you, to listen to your thoughts and ideas about federal policies and legislation and to take them back to the Senator. These "Kitchen Table Talks" also serve, in part, to inform you of the services that are available through Senator McCaskill's regional offices. The…

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Democrats Cling to Possibility of smaller Renewable Energy Bills

Democrats Cling to Possibility of RES Bill This Session, Prepare for Next Year
Nov 18, 2010New York Times
KATHERINE LING of Greenwire
Key Senate Democrats continue to hope they can pass a renewable electricity standard and other smaller energy bills this year despite the dwindling time and interest in the lame-duck session.

Sens. Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.), Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.) and other lawmakers have been talking with one another and leadership this week on how to move several pieces of energy legislation in the remaining time and with a schedule crowded with expiring income tax cuts, appropriations and a Russian nuclear nonproliferation treaty.

Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) inflicted a severe blow for action on an RES or other energy issues when he decided this week not to proceed on a procedural vote for a natural gas and electric vehicle incentives measure yesterday, the only obviously germane bill on…