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Tom Roeder, the Gazette,11/18/17
Things are so bad at the Colorado Springs VA clinic that Colorado Springs U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn says it will take drastic action, including privatized veteran health care, to fix it.
In March, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas met with President Donald Trump's special peace envoy and proclaimed that "a historic peace deal is possible."
If World War 3 were to break out tomorrow, many experts believe the first attacks would not happen on earth, but in space, and the targets would be satellites.
The Taylor Force Act, legislation targeting the Palestinian Authority's (PA) payments to convicted terrorists and their families, is expected to receive broad bipartisan support in a vote in the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Nov. 15.
Should the committee approve the bill, it will advance to the House floor for a full congressional vote.
Nearly two decades after a local coalition began its push for a national cemetery, more than 80,000 Pikes Peak region veterans will soon have a final place to call home.
WASHINGTON — President Trump and his advisers have begun developing their own concrete blueprint to end the decades-old conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, a plan intended to go beyond previous frameworks offered by the American government in pursuit of what the president calls "the ultimate deal."
A signature piece of US anti-terrorism legislation is scheduled to be "marked up" by the House Foreign Affairs Committee next Wednesday, after several months of debate.
No one in their right mind chooses complexity over simplicity. Taxpayers deserve a simple tax code and a simple way to file taxes each year, instead of the convoluted monstrosity of a tax code we have now. It has been said that although the Internal Revenue Code is twice the length of the Bible, it has none of the good news.