Hillary Clinton: 'I Support The President's Decision'

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton released a statement supporting President Obama’s decision to grant executive amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants in America. “I support the President’s decision to begin fixing our broken immigration system and focus finite resources on deporting felons rather than families,” she said in a carefully worded statement released after Obama’s speech on Thursday evening.
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Cruz, Levin to Speak at CPAC

CPAC 2015 has announced that likely 2016 presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz, radio host Mark Levin, and business whiz Carly Fiorina will speak at the event, scheduled for Feb. 25-28. 18 Nov 2014

Nancy Pelosi Doesn't Understand All The Fuss Over The Decision Not To Let Pregnant Congresswoman Vote By Proxy

Rules are rules, explains House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. “I don’t know why all this fuss was made about a vote in the caucus,” she says, puzzling over the controversy about the decision to deny pregnant Rep. Tammy Duckworth the ability to vote in the caucus by proxy from Illinois. “The rules of the caucus are the same as the rules of the house -- no proxy voting,” she said, after she was asked about the controversy by reporters. 18 Nov 2014

Study: Women Pay Themselves Less Than Men

As it picks through the rubble of the midterm elections, one of the bigger challenges for the Democrat party is recognizing not so much that its policies are perhaps too left-wing for the public, but that they are largely irrelevant. It turns out that, even on issues voters care about, real life does not reflect the simple, sound-bite world inhabited by most Democrat politicians. This fact is evidenced by a new study which finds that even when women are in charge of compensation decisions, they tend to pay themselves less than men. 18 Nov 2014

Election Integrity Project: The New Hampshire Report

While voter identification is a technical requirement in New Hampshire, the law is riddled with loopholes that threaten to render it ineffective as any sort of check on fraud. That’s what a team of Judicial Watch attorneys and volunteer observers, who were in the Granite State on Election Day, determined. 17 Nov 2014

Top Senate Democrat: Jonathan Gruber is a 'Very Smart' Person

As Democrats race to distance themselves from disgraced Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber and his disparaging remarks about “the stupidity of the American voter," a 2013 Senate hearing transcript reveals top Democrat Sen. Tom Carper (D-DE) lauded Gruber as a “very smart” expert. 17 Nov 2014

St. Louis Mayor Says National Guard Will Not Be On 'Front Lines'

St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay reacted to Governor Jay Nixon’s declaration through an executive order that the National Guard would be activated for the next 30 days. Slay stressed to reporters at a press conference on Monday that the guard would not have a “frontline role” in the midst of a reaction from the soon-to-be-expected decision of the St. Louis County grand jury relating to the death of Ferguson resident Mike Brown. 17 Nov 2014

FCC Versus Free Speech

For centuries, our nation’s press has become accustomed to exercising its own news and editorial judgments largely free from government interference. It’s all part of the First Amendment guarantee of freedom of the press. But now, all of that could be about to change, if Obama administration officials have their way. 17 Nov 2014

Organizers Train Newly Minted Protesters in St. Louis

Protesters anxiously awaiting the St. Louis grand jury decision relating to the shooting death of 18-year-old Mike Brown have been training activists all weekend in preparation for the day the grand jury makes an announcement about whether to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for Brown’s death. 17 Nov 2014

Chris Christie Calls on House GOP to Compromise

Making a rare Capitol Hill appearance, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Monday encouraged the GOP's newest members of Congress to embrace compromise and common ground as they shift to a governing role following their party's midterm rout. 17 Nov 2014

USDA: We're Not Implementing Christmas Tree Tax

The Department of Agriculture says although a regulation granting it the authority to place a fee on live Christmas trees recently went into effect, the agency and its partners in the Christmas Tree industry are not implementing the fee this year. 17 Nov 2014

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon Declares State of Emergency

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency in his state on Monday. The order was posted as St. Louis residents wait anxiously on the decision of the county's grand jury as to whether or not Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson should be brought up on any charges for the shooting death of Ferguson resident Mike Brown. 17 Nov 2014

The Left's Destruction of the Democrat Party

President Obama says he intends to act quickly to offer executive amnesty to illegal immigrants, and aides say that move could come as soon as this week. This need for haste may be due to his party growing weaker with each passing election. 17 Nov 2014

Obama Speculates on Use of Ground Troops in Middle East

In the war against the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL), President Obama has made one thing perfectly clear: there will be no U.S. combat troops on the ground. But during a press conference in Australia during the G-20 leadership summit, Obama speculated that he might use ground troops in certain situations. 17 Nov 2014

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