Sunday’s Must Read Stories From Around The U.S.

There is plenty of great stories that came out this weekend that are worthy of your time. A surprising story from our friends at The Hill the strength of Obamacare going into 2016 and how it might one day be replaced in a bi-partisan way, but it is unlikely to be repealed. READ IT HERE..

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Politico has a very interesting story on how Who’s angry? White, female Republicans. That’s according to the results of a new NBC News/SurveyMonkey/Esquire online poll released Sunday, which found differences in race, party identification and gender account for differences in what produces the most angry reaction. READ MORE HERE…

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The Oregonian has an very interesting story about Militia takes over Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters. “After the peaceful rally was completed today, a group of outside militants drove to the Malheur Wildlife Refuge, where they seized and occupied the refuge headquarters. A collective effort from multiple agencies is currently working on a solution. MORE HERE…


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Bloomberg Business – The next shoe to drop on gun control may come by mid-January, when President Barack Obama is expected to issue an executive order requiring everyone “in the business” of selling firearms to perform background checks.

Wait a second, you might be saying. Doesn’t federal law already oblige gun retailers to do computerized criminal checks via the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s data base? Yes and no.

Yes, when it comes to federally licensed dealers. But no, when you’re talking about people who lack federal licenses and sell guns from their personal collections. READ HERE …



Jim Williams is the Washington Bureau Chief, Digital Director as well as the Director of Special Projects for Genesis Communications. He is starting his third year as part of the team. This is Williams 40th year in the media business, and in that time he has served in a number of capacities. He is a seven time Emmy Award winning television producer, director, writer and executive. He has developed four regional sports networks, directed over 2,000 live sporting events including basketball, football, baseball hockey, soccer and even polo to name a few sports. Major events include three Olympic Games, two World Cups, two World Series, six NBA Playoffs, four Stanley Cup Playoffs, four NCAA Men’s National Basketball Championship Tournaments (March Madness), two Super Bowl and over a dozen college bowl games. On the entertainment side Williams was involved s and directed over 500 concerts for Showtime, Pay Per View and MTV Networks.