More compelling testimony is expected tomorrow, as the Levi Chavez murder trial goes into week three.
Col Korn: QUESTION IS "who are you voting AGAINST" ? ? ? It is repugligious party that is holding America for ransom to achieve their goal of PLUTOCRACY. Most Americans are worried about too much secret corporate money in politics, and this week, Republicans in Congress seem to be doing everything in their power to justify those fears. Senate Republicans are risking a government shutdown at midnight on Oct. 1 for two reasons: to keep the citizens of Flint, Michigan from getting long-needed federal aid and to keep corporate political spending hidden from the voters. As Congress and the White House negotiate over the final details of a continuing resolution (CR) to avoid a government shutdown, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is demanding the inclusion of a poison pill policy rider to keep political money from big corporations a secret. The rider would block the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) from working on a rule to require publicly traded companies to disclose their political spending. This rider is one of the main sticking points standing in the way of a deal to keep the government open.