GOP Senator Jim Inhofe: Obama could be impeached over Benghazi
The top-ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Service Committee Senator Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), has said that President Obama could be impeached over Benghazi. He said on Thursday that Benghazi would "go down as most serious cover-up in American history."
Republicans say Rice must testify on Benghazi statements
WASHINGTON - Republican U.S. lawmakers turned up the heat on Sunday on Susan Rice, saying the U.N. ambassador - seen as a possible nominee to replace Hillary Clinton as secretary of state - must testify before Congress on her remarks after the September attack that killed the American envoy to Libya.
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Assault on Consulate in Libya a ‘Terrorist Attack,’ White House Says
The White House, after Republican criticism, said it was “self-evident” that last week’s assault on the American diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, was a “terrorist attack.”
House panel demands deposition from Benghazi investigator
WASHINGTON - The Republican chairman of a congressional oversight committee on Friday ordered the leader of the investigation into the September 11, 2012, Benghazi attacks to sit for a private interview next week.
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Wisconsin Gov. Promises To Use Internet Sales Tax To Lower Income Tax
It sounds like a nice idea, if you don’t own a calculator. The governor of Wisconsin wants to give his residents a tax break, using the revenue from a proposed Internet Sales tax to lower the state’s income tax. “I want to make clear, should federal Marketplace legislation become law, my intention would be for any resulting additional revenue be used to provide individual income tax relief for Wisconsin’s taxpayers,” Wrote Governor Scott Walker to members of Congress. The Marketplace Fairness Act will permit state governments to collect sales taxes from any business that both grosses more than $1M in revenue and has a substantial operating base in their region. Earlier this month, a draft of the bill passed the U.S. Senate with overwhelming bipartisan support, but faces tougher opposition in the House, where Republican leadership is concerned that the law will be a logistical nightmare for small businesses. Although, I wouldn’t get too excited. With 5 million residents in Wisconsin ...