The following Senate Democrats chose to join with the Republican Party, to break Barack Obama’s veto, and to allow a dangerous pipeline to carry petroleum sludge from Alberta’s tar sands all the way through America’s heartland.
If you’ve been paying attention, you know about S. 1867, the National Defense Authorization Act of 2011. You know that the House and Senate have passed it. You know that if Barack Obama signs it when it reaches his desk in a few days, the
The Bill of Rights Defense Committee is asking Americans to call President Barack Obama at During his campaign, the president repeatedly criticized the PATRIOT Act and promised to implement reforms to protect law-abiding Americans from unchecked surveillance. But now, for the second time since taking
President Obama has taken the wrong position. He’s stood with the policies of the past, and opposed the legalization of same-sex marriage.
The Vermont House and the Vermont Senate will hold votes attempting to override the veto of Governor Douglas, not just with majorities, but with supermajorities.