Legislation
In June 2014, delegates from many nations gathered at United Nations Headquarters in New York to continue their work on a program that would disarm civilians in America and throughout the world.
TPA, TPP, TTIP — and now TiSA! Much of the debate over current trade policy and the proposed global governance structures that would emanate from it have revolved around this ever-increasing list of alphabet-soup measures.
The fight to preserve American independence moves on to stopping the TPP & TTIP deals.
The first Freedom Index scorecard for the 114th Congress is now available.
JBS Director of Communications Bill Hahn with the JBS weekly news video, June 29 - July 5, 2015.
On June 24 the Senate voted 60-38 on final passage of TPA and sent it to the president's desk.
Update, June 24: the Senate voted 60-38 on final passage of TPA and sent it to the president's desk. 
Update June 24: the Senate voted 60-38 on final passage of TPA and sent it to the president's desk.
Update June 24: the Senate voted 60-38 on final passage of TPA and sent it to the president's desk.
Congress can use Article III, Section 2 to strip the Supreme Court of its jurisdiction over marriage.
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