Over 100 congressmen support a bill that would cap ammunition magazine capacity at 10 rounds.

The House of Representatives voted 270 to 152 on Wednesday in favor of the Keystone XL oil pipeline legislation. However, without the necessary two-thirds majority, or 281 votes, it is likely President Obama will veto the bill, setting the stage for the first veto showdown between Obama and the Republican-controlled Congress. Representative Justin Amash of Michigan was the only Republican to vote against the legislation, citing concerns over the bill’s “cronyism.”

To get passage of a trade deal that would devastate many American businesses and workers’ wages, merely allow the president to negotiate it without oversight by Congress — and then rush it through Congress on a “fast track,” without examination or debate.

Support for new “trade agreements” or the Transatlantic Policy Network means breaking a congressman’s oath. After all, as this article shows, full implementation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) trade agenda would effectively mean the abolition of the United States as a free and independent nation.

Obama's 2016 budget proposal dares the GOP-controlled Congress to play defense without appearing to favor the ultra-rich or corporations who put billions in earnings abroad.