Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC)
TheBlaze, the AP and other national media are reporting Rep. Trey Gowdy’s stirring passionate, but simple question: “How Does Going From Being a Senator to a President Rewrite the Constitution?”
Ignoring President Barack Obama’s veto threat, the House voted on Wednesday for a bill that would expedite congressional lawsuits against the chief executive for failure to enforce federal laws including, but not limited to multiple changes to his 4-year-old health care law, steps he’s taken to allow young immigrants to remain in the United States and the administration’s resistance to defend the federal law banning gay marriage.
Guthrie Green’s first ever Oysterfest scheduled for Saturday, March 15, 2014 has announced it will move the event time from 3:00 pm to noon “until food runs out” due to weather expected later in the day. The event will remain at Guthrie Green.
Oysterfest is Guthrie Green’s first foray into the world of food festivals.
Sen Harry Reid and Sen Mike Lee – Washington Times
An exclusive report by The Washington Times published today reports that FBI agents working alongside Utah state prosecutors in a wide-ranging corruption investigation have uncovered accusations of wrongdoing by two of the U.S. Senate’s most prominent figures — Majority Leader Harry Reid and rising Republican Sen. Mike Lee — but the Justice Department has thwarted their bid to launch a full federal investigation.
The probe, conducted by one Republican and one Democratic state prosecutor in Utah, has received accusations from an indicted businessman and political donor, interviewed other witnesses and gathered preliminary evidence such as financial records, Congressional Record statements and photographs that corroborate some aspects of the accusations, officials have told The Washington Times and ABC News.
The Oklahoma Defenders will host the 2013 defending Champions Professional Indoor Football League champion Wichita Wild on Sunday afternoon in the Cox Business Center and it will be a battle of the unbeaten as the 2-0 Defenders meet the 1-0 Wild.
The fast start for the Defenders is already paying off in terms of league recognition as OKD quarterback Zach Rasmussen earned the CPIFL Offensive Player of the Week honors for the second week of the season.
Rasmussen led the Defenders to a 56-49 victory over the Dodge City Law by throwing for 146 yards and five touchdowns. Rasmussen did not throw any interceptions in 29 pass attempts which proved to be crucial as Dodge City was forced into three turnovers by the Defender defense. Rasmussen added a rushing touchdown in the game as well.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), senior member of the Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee, Tuesday delivered a speech on the floor of the Senate rebutting five main claims Democrat Senators made during their #Up4Climate talk-a-thon: