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Pennsylvania judge’s amnesty ruling reverberates through other challenges

Pennsylvania judge’s amnesty ruling reverberates through other challenges

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Crystal A. Diaz, a U.S. Border Patrol agent with the Tucson Sector in Arizona, rides her ATV while on patrol. (AP Photo/U.S. Border Patrol) more > The federal judge’s ruling Tuesday that President Obama’s deportation amnesty is unconstitutional is already playing out in other court cases, with two…

Federal Judge Finds Obama Amnesty Is Unconstitutional

Federal Judge Finds Obama Amnesty Is Unconstitutional

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Federal Judge Finds Obama Amnesty Is Unconstitutional By Stephen Dinan - The Washington Times A federal judge has found parts of President Obama’s new deportation amnesty to be unconstitutional, issuing a scathing memo Tuesday accusing him of usurping Congress’s power to make laws, and dismantling most of the…

While Senate Confirms Murthy Nomination, Getting Rid of Reid was Worth the High Cost

While Senate Confirms Murthy Nomination, Getting Rid of Reid was Worth the High Cost

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We're not going to tell you we're happy about the way things have gone in Congress the last week.   Obama's anti-gun executive actions were funded until September 30, and anti-gun political hack Vivek Murthy was confirmed as Surgeon General by a 51-43 largely party-line vote. (See how…

Rand Paul On Jeb Announcement: Maybe He Needs to ‘Practice Up A Bit’ [VIDEO]

Rand Paul On Jeb Announcement: Maybe He Needs to ‘Practice Up A Bit’ [VIDEO]

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With potential 2016 candidate Jeb Bush announcing Tuesday he will “actively explore” a presidential campaign, Sen. Rand Paul responded telling Megyn Kelly that maybe Bush “has more ground he needs to gain.” Paul continued to needle Bush’s announcement, saying the former Florida governor might need to “get back…

For Whatshisname, the Dustbin of History

For Whatshisname, the Dustbin of History

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Flowers commemorate the victims of Monday's attack in Sydney. (Daniel Munoz/Getty) Comments 114 Two Australians who set off yesterday for a regular day of work are dead because they met in a coffee shop — one to sell coffee, one to buy it. They were in the coffee…

In These 13 States, Gas Is Selling for Below $2 a Gallon

In These 13 States, Gas Is Selling for Below $2 a Gallon

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Just two weeks ago, a sole gas station in Oklahoma swept headlines for dropping gas prices below $2 a gallon. Today, 13 states have joined that list, and the trend is expanding. Gas for less than $1.90 a gallon can be found in at least one station in…

Politifact skips Obama for ‘Lie of the Year,’ but still misses the biggest lie of all

Politifact skips Obama for ‘Lie of the Year,’ but still misses the biggest lie of all

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Politifact, the website that made national news last year by proclaiming President Obama’s “if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor” the 2013 “lie of the year” kept to the health theme this year. And missed the biggest lie of all. The Tampa Bay Times-based Politificact…

BREAKING: Jeb Bush is formally exploring 2016 White House bid

BREAKING: Jeb Bush is formally exploring 2016 White House bid

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FILE - In this Nov. 20, 2014 file photo, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush listens before speaking at the National Summit on Education Reform in Washington. Bush on Tuesday took his most definitive step yet toward running for president, announcing ... more > The former Florida governor said…

Margaret Hoover and the Nepotism of Anti-Conservative Republicanism

Margaret Hoover and the Nepotism of Anti-Conservative Republicanism

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On Monday, Margaret Hoover, great-granddaughter of President Herbert Hoover, board member of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and CNN contributor, appeared alongside Sally Kohn, Sunny Hostin and Mel Robbins to hold up her hands while Hostin held the sign, “I Can’t Breathe,” a sign protesting supposed police…

Gov. Cuomo Orders NY Health Insurers to Cover Sex-Change Operations

Gov. Cuomo Orders NY Health Insurers to Cover Sex-Change Operations

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) has told New York health insurance companies they must cover sex-change operations and other treatments considered to be “medically necessary” to attempt to change a man or woman's sex. The New York Times reports that Cuomo sent a letter to insurance companies indicating that…

The Other Victims: $575,000 in GoFundMe Donations Raised For Ferguson Store Owners

The Other Victims: $575,000 in GoFundMe Donations Raised For Ferguson Store Owners

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Battered strip malls, with rows of stores sporting hand-painted “OPEN” signs on pieces of plywood where doors should be. Piles of bricks and scorched ground where a thriving business once stood. Boarded-up windows hand-painted with symbols of peace, love and unity, each one a solemn reminder to stay…

Sen. Sessions: ‘Super-Elites in Washington and Wall Street Dream of World Without Borders’

Sen. Sessions: ‘Super-Elites in Washington and Wall Street Dream of World Without Borders’

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Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) In a speech delivered on the Senate floor Friday as the Senate was debating a 1,603-page government funding bill that will permit President Obama to spend tax dollars to implement his unilateral amnesty, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R.-Ala.) argued that trends…

Consent of the Governed

Consent of the Governed

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Time is running out, and our rogue government is fomenting racial violence that can easily be used to justify its imposition of martial law. If that occurs, civil war will result By Michael Oberndorf, RPA    December 15, 2014 | Comments | Print friendly | Congress has clearly…

We’re Number Two

We’re Number Two

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The fact remains that Main Street is in trouble. The nation requires an economy in which new businesses are created and existing ones can afford to expand. That is not happening The U.S. was the world’s number one economy prior to World War II, but it took off…

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