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Politisite | Politics from the RIGHT Side of the Web Tax Day: Where did your 2013 Tax Money Go? – Infographic Where did you your 2013 tax dollars—which are due today—go? This nifty info-graphic breaks it down. Can I say entitlements? Major entitlements (Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security) gobbled up 49 percent, while more federal benefits took another 20 percent.
China ship detects 'pulse signal' By ASSOCIATED PRESS | 4/5/14 9:56 AM EDT The search for flight 370 enters its fifth week. Full coverage: Flight 370 Alexander challenger: 'We're friends' By MANU RAJU | 4/4/14 6:26 PM EDT Medicaid, CHIP enrollment up by 3M By JENNIFER HABERKORN | 4/4/14 2:30 PM EDT Both numbers could rise further once all states finish reporting their data, officials say.
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Cantor Leads CODEL to Asia By Daniel Newhauser House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., on Friday began a congressional delegation trip to Asia, where he will meet with the prime minister of Japan and the president of South Korea as well as key U.S. ambassadors in the region. Hill Life D.C. Council to Mayor: See You in Court
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An unhinged Chris Matthews exploited another tragedy on Wednesday, connecting the pro-Second Amendment views of Ted Cruz and other Republicans to the shootings of two prosecutors in Texas. The Hardball anchor began by dredging up failed Senate candidate Sharron Angle's three-year-old reference to "Second Amendment remedies." Matthews connected, "If that was frightening enough for you, how about what's happening in Colorado and Texas?...In Texas, two prosecutors were killed, a third has now pulled out of a case against the Aryan brotherhood of Texas for, quote, 'security reasons.'"