The bills that Congress reject are as informative as the ones it does. Reviews of all the legislation that meet their fate in government halls.
The Comprehensive Report of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (1)
I believe many of us who are not born in the United States are very interested in immigrating to the United States. So, I tried my best to write this post to give you a comprehensive of the system of the United States Immigration Services. I will explain it in terms of various types of visas, immigration methods, scheduling, birth tourism, and finding a job in the United States after graduation for the international students. Although birth tourism is prohibited on 23rd January 2020, the practice of traveling to the United States to give birth is fundamentally legal.
Bryanwatch: Feb 2022
The House was relatively busy during the first weeks of February, casting 30 votes.Of the 21 party line votes, Steil almost answered at his party’s call, voting with the Republicans 20 of 21 times.
Bryan Watch Jan 2022
January 2022 – Week 2 Congress started the year with a relatively slow but hyper-partisan week. There were nine votes this week, eight of them party line and Rep. Steil voted with the Republicans on every single one of them.
A Trillion is a Big Number
Warning: there is math ahead. I will do most of it for you, but still... fair warning. TRILLION!!! Trillion. A word meaning a number. A large number but do you know how large? Do you know how long a trillion seconds is?
As Expected, Joe Manchin "Killed" Biden's Transformative Spending Bill. What Is Next For Democrats and Joe Biden?
As the news from the United States is all about the Democratic Senator, Joe Manchin, announcing that he would vote against President Biden’s “ambitious” spending bill, there is a sense of Deja Vu and much “we told you so” reactions from Democrats and other progressives, who along were predicting this outcome, and warning against “humoring” Manchin beyond a point. Indeed, if not anything, this “blindsiding” of the Democratic agenda by “one of their own” fits into a broader pattern of American politics, where anything remotely to do with helping the less privileged immediately is shot down as “socialism” and raising the bogey of profligate Democrats, as opposed to fiscally prudent Republicans. Never mind that the same Republicans have consistently voted to pass Tax Cuts and other such laws, with the presumption of the failed Trickle Down Economics and Supply Side Economics.
Indian Point Evacuation Plan: Put Your Head Between Your Knees And....
Photo by Tony Fischer If Indian Point happens to spring a leak, the signal will sound, everyone can check the wind and just drive in the opposite direction. As ridiculous as we all know that sounds, the direction of the plume isn't even accounted for in the event of an emergency. "All roads will be directed south," says environmental educator and activist, Dr. Susan Rubin. In response, the environmental activist has just made a short stinging documentary on the grossly inadequate plan our leaders have devised.
Bryan Watch: Dec 2021 NPL
The House cast 37 votes that were non-partisan in December. Rep. Steil voted with the sensible majority on all of them, so there isn’t much news there. But in the interests of full coverage, here are the mostly mundane votes the House cast during the first two weeks of December.
Bryan Watch: November 2021
Note: I am starting with Week 3, as it contained the biggest vote of the month, on Build Back Better. Overall, there were a total of 44 votes in November, 14 were party line, 30 non-party line. Rep. Steil voted with the Republicans 100 percent of the time in November, never thinking for himself at all.
Bryan Watch: Late July 2021
Note: Sorry about the long, long delay. Catching up on several months of House votes before the year wraps up. The House was fairly busy at the end of July, casting 36 votes, 28 of them partisan. As usual, Steil answered at his party’s call, voting with the Republican caucus 27 of 28 times.
How to finish up health care reform: There is only one way
The way forward for health care reform at this moment seems rather murky, indeed, one might say grim. Both the House and the Senate had adopted reform legislation prior to Christmas and the game plan going into January was to try to work out an informal agreement between House and Senate.
Karnataka to Reconsider Funding Strategy for Gaming under Gaming Policy 2017-22
The Karnataka legislature has adopted a bill modifying the Police Act of 1963 to prohibit internet gaming and gambling. The wide scope of the amendment sparked industry worries about the impact it may have on the gaming industry. Bengaluru is home to a number of in-house gaming businesses, notably the Sequoia Capital-backed Mobile Premier League.
Dear Pomona, California
This town, I know, has always been...like this. There have always been gangs, and there has always been a problem with transients from other parts of the country and world ... something about leaving their home state to either travel the country by foot, or, the usual - which is that a kid on the other side of the country was lured here to Southern California.