WashingtonWatch.com Blog Debuts

by on July 4, 2008 · 6 comments

Happy Fourth of July everyone!

“What better way to celebrate the founding of our nation than . . . um, by . . . blogging?” So begins the introductory post of the new WashingtonWatch.com blog.

The blog will tie the bills in Congress to the day’s headlines, discuss the bills being debated on the House and Senate floor, and reveal some hidden stories. Readers of TLF will understand this line from the opening post all too well: “Oh, there’ll be jokes – and I’m telling you right now they’re not all going to be funny.”

On the more serious side, the first substantive post tells the the inspiring story found on WashingtonWatch.com of an Army NCO who has taken Iraqi interpreters into his home. They served the U.S. military in Iraq and received special visas to come to the United States. He has helped them make their way in the U.S., and awaits three more who are on waiting lists, simply because “it’s the right thing to do.”

Check out the WashingtonWatch.com blog. If you want to subscribe to the RSS feed straight away, it’s here.

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