Obama Budget Defeated 98-1 In Senate Vote (Washington Times)

President Obama’s budget suffered its latest ignominious defeat when the Senate rejected it on a 98-1 vote Tuesday evening, capping off the first votes of the budget season.

“This is the president’s proposed budget,” said Sen. John Cornyn, the Texas Republican who forced the vote by offering the amendment, complete with the tax hikes, spending increases and deficit targets Mr. Obama had projected in the document he sent to Congress last month.

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Senate Will Vote On Obama Budget (The Hill)

The president’s budget will be offered as a substitute amendment, with senators expected to vote on the measure later Tuesday afternoon. “… We’re going to give all members of the United States Senate a chance to vote on the president’s proposed budget,” Cornyn said from the Senate floor. “I will vote no — that’s probably no surprise to anyone.”

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Sen. John Cornyn: Why I Was One Of The 47 Senators To Sign The Letter To Iran (Dallas Morning News)

Instead of accepting a lopsided deal that lights the path for Iran to the bomb and revives the economic engine it needs to get there, it is time to bring to bear devastating sanctions on Iran, with the credible threat of decisive American military action as a backstop and a last resort. In the long run, the mullahs will never abandon their nuclear weapons quest unless they believe America has the means and the will to do whatever it takes to prevent them from getting the bomb.

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GOP Chides Dems For Blocking On Human Trafficking Bill (BREITBART)

“To take this legislation hostage, that will provide a means of rescue, healing and return to a productive life for the 100,000 children who are sex trafficked in America is just as reprehensible as I can imagine,” Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-TX) told reporters.

McConnell said Democrats can continue to block the bill, but he will give them a number of opportunities to vote.

“They’re in a position to prevent us from going forward on the bill if they choose to lock arms and do that but I’m going to give them a chance to do that on repetitious occasions this week,” he added.

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Cornyn: “We Need Six Brave Democrats” (Texas GOP Vote)

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In remarks on the Senate floor yesterday, I continued to push Democrats to reconsider their threatened filibuster of the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act. Children are being abused and literally sexually assaulted while, apparently, some of our colleagues on the other side of the aisle have decided to try to make a political point. […]

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Mitch McConnell: First Human Trafficking Bill, Then Loretta Lynch Confirmation (The Washington Times)

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Sunday the chamber must wrap up a human trafficking bill before it can debate and confirm President Obama’s pick for attorney general, Loretta Lynch, drawing a sharp rebuke from Democrats who say the nomination has languished for too long. Mr. McConnell, Kentucky Republican, said he doesn’t want to remove […]

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ATF Shelves Bullet Ban Proposal (The Hill)

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The Obama administration is backing off its plan to ban a type of armor-piercing ammunition following a deluge of criticism from gun rights groups and congressional Republicans. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) said Tuesday it will not ban bullets commonly used in AR-15 hunting rifles “at this time,” after receiving more […]

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Sex Trafficking Exists, Here In America (CNN)

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Melissa was sold into the sex trade by a family member when she was only 12 years old. Her life became a prison: Chained to a bed in a warehouse, she endured regular beatings, rapes and once was even set on fire by her captors as she was forced to serve 5 to 30 men […]

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