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"Top 10 Reasons to Support Igorn Birman in CA 7"
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Top Ten Reasons to Support Igor Birman for U.S. Congress in CA-7

Igor Birman opposes ObamaCare, comparing it to the socialist health system in the USSR where he was born.

05/29/2014
Capitol Hill Update, 18 November, 2013
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Capitol Hill Update, 18 November, 2013

Capitol Hill Update, 18 November, 2013House & Senate/Schedule: The House and Senate are both in session the week, and both will recess next week for Thanksgiving. 

11/18/2013
NDAA in the Senate: Why We Should Be Prepared to Defend Ourselves from the Defense Authorization Bill
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NDAA in the Senate: Why We Should Be Prepared to Defend Ourselves from the Defense Authorization Bill

The Senate is expected to spend the bulk of the upcoming week on their edition of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the bill that outlines what Congress is allowed to spend on most aspects of defense for Fiscal Year 2014.  This includes the DoD, some of the Dept. of Energy, Veterans' Affairs, and "Overseas Contingency Operations" (OCO) spending, which is funding for the drawdown in Afghanistan.

11/16/2013
Stand with Rand Paul Against Domestic Drone Strikes
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Stand with Rand Paul Against Domestic Drone Strikes

Senator Rand Paul showed a great amount of courage when he filibustered John Brennan’s appointment for CIA director on the Senate floor yesterday, following the Obama administration’s refusal to answer whether or not it is constitutional for the government to kill U.S. citizens on U.S. soil with drones. The answer should be simple: no. It is a blatant violation of the Constitution and it stands against everything this country was founded on for the government to kill any citizen without a trial or due process.

03/07/2013