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  1. Character Name: George P Smith (Senate Multi) Home State: Arkansas Previous Job: Politics (Congressman, Governor, Mayor, or lower rank) Date of Birth: 04/24/1976 Race / Ethnicity: Other (please state in Bio section below) Religion: Protestant Christian Wealth: Upper Class Gender: Male Sexuality: Heterosexual Are you married?: Yes How many children do you have?: 0 George Prescott Smith was born on April 24, 1976 in Little Rock, Arkansas. He attended Rice University where he got a B.S. in Political Science in 1997. He earned his J.D. from Yale University in 2000. After leaving law school, he clerked for U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Texas, Sidney A. Fitzwater. He was elected as the Arkansas Commissioner of State Lands in 2016, and has been serving in that role ever since. (This is a Senate Candidate Multi) View full character
  2. Mr. Speaker, I motion for UC due to the urgency. I yield.
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    2020 Senate Filing

    Name: George P. SmithParty: RepublicanCurrent Position: Arkansas Land Commissioner
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    Pinnacle Family Hosts Fish Fry

    Mr. Pinnacle, What do you say to rumors a primary challenger is about to file his candidacy? Someone more conservative and appealing to Republican voters?
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    George P Smith (Senate Multi)

    George Prescott Smith was born on April 24, 1976 in Little Rock, Arkansas. He attended Rice University where he got a B.S. in Political Science in 1997. He earned his J.D. from Yale University in 2000. After leaving law school, he clerked for U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Texas, Sidney A. Fitzwater. He was elected as the Arkansas Commissioner of State Lands in 2016, and has been serving in that role ever since. (This is a Senate Candidate Multi)
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    Vermont Statehood

    I thought we were supposed to negotiate this?
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    Southwest Territory Act

    2nd Congress IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES Mr. Poindexter, for himself, introduced, A BILL, An act for the Government of the Territory of the United Slates, south of the river Ohio Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, Section 1. - Title (A) This act shall be titled as the Southwest Territory Act Section 2. - Implementation (A) The territory of the United States south of the river Ohio, for the purposes of temporary government, shall be one district; the inhabitants of which shall enjoy all the privileges, benefits and advantages set forth in the ordinance of the late Congress, for the government of the territory of the United States northwest of the river Ohio. And the government of the said territory south of the Ohio, shall be similar to that which is now exercised in the territory northwest of the Ohio. Section 3. - Officers (A) That the salaries of the officers, which the President of the United States, shall nominate, and with the advice and consent of the Senate appoint, by virtue of this act, shall be the same as those, by law established, of similar officers in the government northwest of the river Ohio. And the powers, duties and emoluments of a superintendent of Indian affairs for the southern department, shall be united with those of the governor.
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    The Daily Standard

    The Daily Standard, bringing you articles reporting news from Washington and the popular "The Standard" podcast.
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    Uniformed Services Act

    Nay to both.
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    2020 Campaigning

    Norman Bradley1. Fundraiser - Florida (2 hours)2. Fundraiser - Florida (2 hours)
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    Federal Credit Act

    Aye
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    The Permanent Post Office Act

    Mr. Speaker, I move for unanimous consent I yield.
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    Cultural Simulation Act.

    NAY
  14. Mr. Bradley, with thanks to Mr. Paul, submits, A BILL To require a full audit of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal reserve banks by the Comptroller General of the United States, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the “Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2020”. SEC. 2. AUDIT REFORM AND TRANSPARENCY FOR THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. (a) In General.—Notwithstanding section 714 of title 31, United States Code, or any other provision of law, the Comptroller General of the United States shall complete an audit of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal reserve banks under subsection (b) of such section 714 within 12 months after the date of the enactment of this Act. (b) Report.— (1) IN GENERAL.—Not later than 90 days after the audit required pursuant to subsection (a) is completed, the Comptroller General— (A) shall submit to Congress a report on such audit; and (B) shall make such report available to the Speaker of the House, the majority and minority leaders of the House of Representatives, the majority and minority leaders of the Senate, the Chairman and Ranking Member of the committee and each subcommittee of jurisdiction in the House of Representatives and the Senate, and any other Member of Congress who requests the report. (2) CONTENTS.—The report under paragraph (1) shall include a detailed description of the findings and conclusion of the Comptroller General with respect to the audit that is the subject of the report, together with such recommendations for legislative or administrative action as the Comptroller General may determine to be appropriate. (c) Repeal Of Certain Limitations.—Subsection (b) of section 714 of title 31, United States Code, is amended by striking the second sentence. (d) Technical And Conforming Amendments.— (1) IN GENERAL.—Section 714 of title 31, United States Code, is amended— (A) in subsection (d)(3), by striking “or (f)” each place such term appears; (B) in subsection (e), by striking “the third undesignated paragraph of section 13” and inserting “section 13(3)”; and (C) by striking subsection (f). (2) FEDERAL RESERVE ACT.—Subsection (s) (relating to “Federal Reserve Transparency and Release of Information”) of section 11 of the Federal Reserve Act (12 U.S.C. 248) is amended— (A) in paragraph (4)(A), by striking “has the same meaning as in section 714(f)(1)(A) of title 31, United States Code” and inserting “means a program or facility, including any special purpose vehicle or other entity established by or on behalf of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System or a Federal reserve bank, authorized by the Board of Governors under section 13(3), that is not subject to audit under section 714(e) of title 31, United States Code”; (B) in paragraph (6), by striking “or in section 714(f)(3)(C) of title 31, United States Code, the information described in paragraph (1) and information concerning the transactions described in section 714(f) of such title,” and inserting “the information described in paragraph (1)”; and (C) in paragraph (7), by striking “and section 13(3)(C), section 714(f)(3)(C) of title 31, United States Code, and” and inserting “, section 13(3)(C), and”.
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    The Daily Standard

    Hey gang, welcome to The Standard podcast, I'm Sean Rushford. We're going to have a great show today, gonna talk about a few topics, and get to the bottom of what it all means. I was going to talk about the Virginia senate race, but before we get that, lets talk about what Representative John Alexander from Colorado said today. It's almost outrageous. So he has basically said we should completely abolish the electoral college in favor of a popular vote. Now to someone not versed in the way our system works, this sounds like a wonderful idea, one person one vote, and everyone is hunky dory. Well lets pick this apart for a bit. He basically says the Electoral College is undemocratic and takes the power out of voters hands. That's simply not even close to the truth. Not once, in the history of the United States have the electors conspired to go against what the voters of their states selected in the popular vote. Furthermore, back in 2000 on election night when it came down to Florida, we weren't talking about what the Electors were going to do, we were talking about the popular vote of the state of Florida. It came down to like 500 something votes, which would then determine who the 27 electoral votes of Florida would go to. Speaking of Florida in 2000, imagine if a national election came down to being incredibly close, a few hundred votes. Nothing would get done. We'd be in a gridlock of legal battles trying to figure who our next President would be. The Electoral College gives us certainty of the outcome, if there is a tie, it goes to the House of Representatives, which is elected by, look at that, popular vote. There's so many arguments, but I'll only touch on what I think is important. Next, lets think about 1968 or even 1992, most people can remember the 92 election rather than the 68. But what's the common theme with those two elections? There was a strong third candidate. Now, Nixon in 1968 and Clinton in 1992 both had only a 43 percent plurality of the popular votes. That's no where near a majority of the people. What did Nixon and Clinton get in electoral votes? 301 and 370 electoral votes, respectively. In Clinton's case especially, that is an absolute landslide. Before I spend the whole program today talking about this, I just want to make one final point. Alexander says, and I quote, "When you have a system i in a democracy where 6 Californian voters have the same power as 1 Wyoming voter, that is not democracy. That is madness." No sir, it isn't. California has 55 electoral votes, where Wyoming has 3. It would take 18 and a half Wyomings to counteract California's effect on the electoral college. Okay final thing I'm going to talk about today, the Senate race in Virginia. So some guy named Jared Taylor is running for the Republican nomination. I had never heard of the guy until this week. I did some research as I always do before I speak on a subject, and I find much of what he says reprehensible. I do not agree with anything he says, nor do I think he should be in position of power, full stop, bar none. To make a long story short, he believes that White are more intelligent than other races, blah blah blah, stuff I do not agree with and I won't repeat here because I do not want to give him a soapbox here. So what do Democrats do? They go an attack the national Republicans, basically saying they aren't doing enough to stop him. Well is that up to the National GOP? No, it's not, they certainly don't have to endorse him, but if he files the correct paperwork in the State of Virginia to run, then he is allowed to run. No matter how reprehensible his words and actions, he's allowed to run. It's what makes America, America. And you know another thing? People have the right to not vote for him. You don't have to vote for a racist. There are other candidates. Another Republican could come along and defeat him in the primary. Vote third party, vote Democratic, but there's nothing saying you have to vote for a racist. Nothing. You know another thing. In Virginia, primaries are open. If the Democrats are galvanized, they can vote in the Republican primary, and vote against him. They can vote against him in the general election. But one thing is certain, its not up to the Republicans in other states to babysit what happens in a PRIMARY in another state. Lets take a rational look at this, take a deep breath, and know that decency still wins in this country, and Jared Taylor will more than likely not be the next senator from Virginia. That's all the time we got today, thanks for listening and I'll see you next week.
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    @NormanJBradley

    *And the electoral college was designed to protect this nation from tyranny. James Madison was concerned that groups of citizens who have a common interest in some proposal that would either violate the rights of other citizens or would harm the nation as a whole
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    @NormanJBradley

    Official Twitter of Congressman Norman Bradley, (R) Florida-4
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    @NormanJBradley

    (1) And the electoral college was designed to protect this nation from tyranny. James Madison was concerned that groups of citizens who have a common interest in some proposal that would either violate the rights of other citizens. (2) Those that don't know why that need to read history.
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    Cultural Simulation Act.

    Mr. Speaker, In no way was I insinuating anything about my colleague's company or profit, nor was I even aware that he had a company. I was more concerned about banning certain things because it comes from England. This goes against the Constitution, and limits free speech, therefore I won't retract my statements, nor do I think an apology is in order. I yield.
  20. Norman Bradley Today I have introduced legislation to the House which will remove the restraints on how the nonpartisan, independent Government Accountability Office (GAO) can audit the Federal Reserve System, requiring the GAO to conduct an audit within one year of the bill’s passage and report back to Congress within 90 days of finishing it. Why is this important? For the first time since the creation of the Federal Reserve System in 1913, we would be able to see the Fed's agreements with foreign governments and central banks, its discount window and open market operations, its member bank reserves, and its Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) directives. The American people have the right to know, and I fully intend on ensuring that they do. What is happening now is that incredible power that directly impacts and shapes the costs millions of Americans will pay now and for years to come, is in the hands of the very few at the Federal Reserve. Millions of Americans, myself included, wonder how much of this great nation’s prosperity and opportunity will be swallowed up by debt or lost in financial crises fueled by artificial market signals and central planners’ economic tinkering. No more I say, lets get to the bottom of this, and give the American people the knowledge they need to hold the Federal Reserve accountable. View full PR
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    @NormanJBradley

    @JohnAlexanderCO must be out of his mind wanting to abolish the electoral college. We mus be wary of assaults like this on our Constitution.
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    Presidential Succession Act of 1790

    Mr. Speaker, I second this motion. I yield.
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