The government shutdown should have been blamed on the Democrats. The government had historically been funded piecemeal through a normal appropriations process. The House of Representatives had passed numerous appropriation bills to pay government bills and keep the government open, which ha…
U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly’s Oct. 29 column is a typical liberal lie.
A frustrated Washington, D.C., park ranger said, "We've been told to make life as difficult for people as we can" during the government shutdown. This proves public workers received orders from on high to, among other things, keep our veterans from visiting their own memorials in D.C.
Government shutdown? Federal Reserve credit default? What does it really mean? A lower credit rating.
First, you get Harry Reid (D) and Mitch McConnell (R) from the Senate, and John Boehner (R) and Nancy Pelosi (D) from the House.
CHICAGO | Hundreds of furloughed federal workers returned to jobs in campgrounds, wildlife refuges and federal offices in Illinois on Thursday with the end of the partial government shutdown after Congress passed a temporary spending bill and lifted the government's borrowing limit.
If you lock someone out after he or she already paid admission, an angry protest is sure to follow.
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