Rep. Allen West knows exactly how he'll vote when the final version of Friday night's budget deal comes before the House: No way.
The bipartian agreement will slice $38.5 billion in federal spending, but West says that's not enough, Politico reports. So he says he will vote against the measure when it arrives in Capitol Hill sometime next week. Congress approved a stopgap measure after the budget deal to keep the federal government operating until final details in the budget deal can be hammered out.
I was being sarcastic. Wikipedia is a usually reliable source of information. The New York Times online is also quite good as is Politico.com, The Nation, Mother Jones, Huffington Post. In my opinion you have to read a variety of sources to get an accurate picture of the facts so that you can form an intelligent position. Newsmax is okay for info from the right wing. The NYTimes ls a bit left of center. The Nation and Mother Jones are farther left. Sean Hannity is a shameless right wing propagandist as is Rush Limbaugh. Both of them quite often bend the facts beyond recognition. The Lehrer News Hour on PBS is the most objective TV news program.
are you kidding me with those sources??? politico? huffington post???? NY times? these are so far left it is not even funny! I thought you were going to say MSNBC would be the right news channel to watch also. his source is 1000000 times better than what you suggested.
Hmmmm. Tea party supporter, involved in illegal interrogation of prisoners, including terrorist threats, before resigning from active duty after close scrutiny of his actions. Endorsed by the comedienne Sarah Palin, to put further icing on the stale cake.
Whenever I search for my Hubs, I see HuffingtonPost links it seems like at least half of the time.What is this site doing to rank so well in the search engines?Look at this:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/10/1...
If a company like Google wanted to buy Hubpages, how much money would they have to pay for a fantastic site like this? I just wondered but I would expect it would in the millions of dollars/pounds but I could see why...