Washington, D.C., is abuzz with the news that a second Republican Senator has jumped ship when it comes to supporting the GOP tax reform legislation in its current form. On Monday, November 27, Senator Steve Daines of Montana became the second member of the chamber to state he would not vote for the tax reform bill in its current form. The first Republican GOP Senator to make that decision was Senator Ron Johnson. The legislation officially is entitled Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

The GOP has a fragile, narrow majority in the U.S. Senate. With these two defectors, if all other GOP Senators end up voting for the bill in its current form, and all Democrats vote against it, Vice President Pence will need to be called in to break the tie. All Democrats are expected to vote against the legislation. The same cannot be said about all other Republicans voting in the affirmative.

President Donald Trump, at least in his recurring tweets, had indicated his support of the legislation in its current form. He insists that it will be enacted into law.

Upwards to at least four other Republican members of the U.S. Senate have expressed the possibility that they made not vote for the legislation in its current form. The likelihood of at least one of these members formally announcing he or she will not vote in favor of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is strong. If that occurs, the GOP would lake the votes to get the bill through the Senate without reforming it.

The President, and the GOP Congressional leadership, have all insisted that they would pass tax reform legislation prior to the Christmas recess. That still can be accomplished, but will now likely necessitate some more revisions to the legislation in order to keep GOP Senators and Representatives on board.

February 1, 2017 · Magnises, Washington DC · (No comments)

The Guardian believes that Billy McFarland has had a talent for business ever since he was young, displaying his true interest by the time he was 13 and started off his own little business.

With his ability to work with more advanced technology, he began connected local businesses with clients to achieve his goals as an entrepreneur.

After finishing high school, Billy went to study at Bucknell University under a computer engineering major. Although Billy excelled in his academic work, he was more focused on his business ideas and it was during this time that he founded the company, Spling.

This company of Billy’s was focused on bringing better graphical designs to other businesses websites. Billy still runs the company today as CEO and has worked with thousands of clients, including several big corporations such as Universal.

Along with the success of Spling, Billy went on to found Magnises in 2013 after going over ideas with his friends for ways to bring the elite working class together.

This is why Magnises operates as a high class social club for millennials and offers a special black card for members to take part in a variety of discounts and perks around New York City and Washington DC.

Membership costs an annual fee of $250 dollars, but considering the sheer number of discounts, perks, and special events that become available, this is a bargain for wealthy individuals with active social lives.

To date, Magnises has built up more than 10,000 members within its current locations, and Billy McFarland has planned for expanding into new locations in the near future.

Membership at this elite club is quite exclusive and potential members must apply to Magnises online and have their application reviewed by the company’s board. Referral’s and individuals who own businesses that can partner with Magnises have a high priority.

Once a member, access to the exclusive black card is gained as well as access to a number of different private events, vacations, discounts, priority service and seating, and more. The Magnises headquarters also functions as a club for members to hold meetings or even host parties.