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The Real March Madness Is in Ukraine

Anxiety permeates the air as Americans and the press eagerly watch as a dramatic March unfolds. Unfortunately, much about the upsets occurring on the “world’s court” are getting insufficient attention. Namely, a once-favored United States that is being pummeled by an old rival, Russia. Mar 22, 2014 6:28 AM PT

Citizens United at CPAC: A Hub of Conservative Activity

Amid the droves of attendees that descended upon National Harbor for the 50th anniversary of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) last week, Citizens United attracted thousands of these individuals to its events. Mar 15, 2014 7:16 AM PT

Remembering Andrew at CPAC

Today marks two years since we lost a dear friend of mine, Andrew Breitbart. His presence at the upcoming Conservative Political Action Conference will be sorely missed, but he will be with so many of us in spirit. No matter how much time passes, his memory and his passion are still in our hearts and minds. Feb 28, 2014 10:41 PM PT

Common Core Is a Power Grab

There is an important fight going on in our country today that is being under-reported by the media. Parents and activists are on the front lines every day fighting to save the quality of public education in this country; they are fighting to stop Common Core. It is disgraceful that the media isn’t doing more to report not only the failures of the curriculum standards themselves, but the horrible rollout of these standards in the states that have adopted them. Feb 22, 2014 12:58 AM PT

Owning the Debt Ceiling

Since 1917, Congress has asserted its constitutional authority to dictate just how America will finance its debt by statutorily limiting how much debt the Treasury Department can issue. Feb 15, 2014 2:52 AM PT

Obamacare Is the Issue, Mr. Speaker

After flirting with the idea of pushing amnesty for illegal immigrants, Speaker John Boehner reportedly put the brakes on this effort late this week. Something finally became clear to him that we knew all along: conservatives don’t want amnesty, and we didn’t send Republicans to Washington, D.C. to focus on rewarding illegal behavior. Feb 8, 2014 7:28 AM PT

Conservative Filmmaking That Works

This year, Citizens United celebrates ten years in the conservative filmmaking and documentary business. We had the honor to work with Breitbart’s Executive Chairman Steve Bannon who directed and wrote Occupy Unmasked back in 2012. Feb 1, 2014 1:26 PM PT

Hillary's Benghazi Testimony: A Year Later

January 23rd marked one year since then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Capitol Hill testimony about the events that transpired in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. A year after her testimony, Americans are still waiting for basic answers about what exactly happened that day when four brave Americans lost their lives and why. Jan 25, 2014 6:37 AM PT

A Tale of Two Oversight Investigations

On his way up to New Hampshire to speak next month, Congressman Darrell Issa should stop in Trenton, New Jersey, to witness what aggressive legislative branch oversight looks like. Now that I think about it, Speaker John Boehner should definitely join him on the road trip. Jan 17, 2014 11:44 PM PT

The Lessons of Reagan's Farewell, 25 Years Later

Over the course of twenty minutes, President Reagan artfully reminds us why America is exceptional and a role model for the rest of the world. Reagan’s optimism has taught me that he will not be the last leader of his kind. Anyone considering a run for president in the future - from either party I might add - should watch this speech and then take some time to ponder what’s sadly happened to the American presidency. Jan 11, 2014 12:01 AM PT

The New York Times Whitewashes Benghazi

The New York Times gave President Obama and Hillary Clinton their very own Christmas present last month, and it was more than either of them could have wished for. On December 28th, the Times published an article based on what it claimed was a massive, months-long investigation of the terrorist attack in Benghazi on September 11, 2012. Jan 4, 2014 8:43 AM PT

When You Take a Stand for Phil Robertson, You're Standing for Free Speech

Next month, we will celebrate the 4th anniversary of our landmark First Amendment Supreme Court victory. In that case, we stood up as an organization for free speech and continue to stand for the rights of others to be able to openly and honestly share their beliefs. This week those rights came under attack by the thought police. As a conservative, I ask you to stand with me in supporting Phil Robertson. Dec 21, 2013 6:31 AM PT

Will the Senate Hold?

On Thursday night, after House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) gleefully denounced conservative groups as “losing all credibility,” 169 House Republicans joined Democrats on a march toward more spending and bigger government. It is a sad day that only sixty-two Republicans think that increasing spending is a bad thing. Dec 14, 2013 8:28 AM PT

Memo to New Hampshire Voters: Scott Brown Voted for Romneycare

The 2014 midterm elections will come down to who was for and who was against Obamacare. As conservatives, we relish this fight because now that the law has unfortunately gone into effect, Americans are now seeing before their very eyes how Obamacare fundamentally changes the health care system in America for the worse. Dec 7, 2013 8:42 AM PT

New Obamacare Report: The Nightmare Has Just Begun

Conservatives don’t just oppose Obamacare as a matter of policy – we oppose it as a matter of principle. The federal government was not designed to function as a central planner for any segment of the U.S. economy, much less the whopping one-sixth of it driven by health care. Nov 23, 2013 9:19 AM PT


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