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Tom Reed explains his CRomnibus vote

This is the time for us to unite, not divide, because we are on the right path.–Tom Reed Tom Reed explains his vote giving, as usual, only one side of the story. Further what he approves, is petty, mean spirited, … Continue reading

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Tom Reed’s statement on H.R. 5759

H.R. 5759 — “To establish a rule of construction clarifying the limitations on executive authority to provide certain forms of immigration relief.” I was pleased to support the House effort to remind the President of his duties as given by … Continue reading

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Tom Reed addresses the Rotary Club of Corning

It was a great talk about job creation and reforming tax law to something that makes sense.–seen on twitter. Tom is a member of the Corning Rotary Club; he probably faced a very friendly audience. Here is what the Rotary … Continue reading

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Rep. Amash’s fans lobby him on facebook

Rep. Amash’s fans speak; you can’t make this stuff up. What are your ideas on proceeding against Obama’s amnesty play? Don’t let Obama win. He is out of control. We the people voted for you because we know you will … Continue reading

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Is there really a shortage of High Tech workers?

Ron Hira is a professor of public policy at Howard University. Paula Stephan is a professor of economics at Georgia State University. Hal Salzman is a Rutgers University professor of planning & public policy at the J.J. Heldrich Center for Workforce … Continue reading

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What Cantor-Brat tells us about the Reed-Robertson race

The big political campaign news of the week was Eric Cantor’s lost in the Virginia Republican Primary to an unknown college economic professor, David Brat. It is the only time in America’s history that the sitting House Majority Leader lost … Continue reading

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Are Republicans their own worst enemies?

Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI), a libertarian, is one of the most conservative members of the House. Nevertheless, Rep. Amash has been criticized for being a supporter of illegal immigration, a charge he denies. The source of the criticism is Americans … Continue reading

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