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The Height of Hypocrisy

Hillary Clinton wants judges who will rewrite laws to promote her liberal policy agenda, and is demanding they pledge to ignore the First Amendment. Judges of the Clinton-ilk will radicalize the Court and usher in a wave of liberal policies with no regard for the law or the Constitution.

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After Obamacare Decision, Be Bold Congress!

If the Supreme Court rules in favor of plaintiff David King later this month, and Obamacare is rendered essentially inoperable, the large conservative majorities in control of the United States Congress must act boldly.

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The Clinton Scandals Were Very Real

This op-ed was written in response to Joe Conason’s recent article in Politico Magazine entitled “The Fake Clinton Scandals Are Back.” Politico Magazine declined to publish my response.

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It’s Economics 101: Support the Deny Amnesty Credits Act

President Obama rewrote our nation’s immigration laws with just the stroke of his pen. This may turn out to be the most dangerous and disruptive action of his presidency. He disregarded the separation of powers and acted in clear defiance of Congress. In doing so, he promoted and rewarded illegal immigration, while putting our national security further at risk.

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The Old (Dems) and the Restless

The average age of the Democrats’ 2016 bench is an eye-popping 67. If you’re a liberal, let that number sink in for a while as you start to panic about how thin your party’s bench is for 2020 and beyond.

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In Defense of Independent Speech

In the five years since the Supreme Court decided Citizens United vs. F.E.C.,  liberal special interests have attempted to silence independent speech and the voices of non-profit organizations. Their radical agenda has been embraced by President Obama and Democrats in

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Next Stop: South Carolina Freedom Summit

Citizens United and Congressman Jeff Duncan are excited to team up in Greenville, South Carolina, for the next exciting grassroots event: the South Carolina Freedom Summit on May 9th.

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Quack Attack: Phil Robertson to Receive Andrew Breitbart Award

It is my honor to partner with Breitbart News Network, and Breitbart executives Stephen K. Bannon and Larry Solov, to present the Second Annual Andrew Breitbart Defender of the First Amendment Award at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Last year, we bestowed the inaugural award to The Great One–conservative radio host Mark Levin. The presentation ceremony for this award was standing-room only at the CPAC Theater, where activists and conservative leaders joined to hear Mark Levin’s courageous acceptance speech.

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The Gift of Bella

This week Rick and Karen Santorum released Bella’s Gift, a book about their daughter Isabella Marie and what having a special-needs child has done for their lives. Theirs is a tale of perseverance, of patience, and of a lesson in love that could only have been taught by an incredible little girl.

Stand for Something

Stand for Something

The 1.1 trillion dollar spending bill being hawked by the Republican House Leadership has language funding Obama’s illegal immigration amnesty plan. However, there are a few Representatives in office willing to stand up for our conservative principles in a last-ditch

Conservatives Will Never Forget the Obama Amnesty

Conservatives Will Never Forget the Obama Amnesty

The Republican leadership in the U.S. House decided to let the fight over President Obama’s illegal executive amnesty to slide until next year when there’s a Republican majority in the U.S. Senate to help the cause. That sounds reasonable in

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King Barack I

Since day one, Obama has been against the idea of reaching across the aisle in order to get things done for the American people. Thursday night he went beyond the realm of what we ever thought imaginable and granted amnesty

Will Congress Hold Strong on Immigration Funding?

Will Congress Hold Strong on Immigration Funding?

On the heels of President Obama’s defiant post-midterm election remarks last week, he now has announced a “10 point plan” concerning illegal immigration which will be enacted unilaterally by executive order.  With few consequential political allies left in Washington, Obama

We Won — Now Let's Do Something with It

We Won — Now Let's Do Something with It

This week’s midterm victories were a step in the right direction for conservatives and the core principles we hold dear. There is no understating the importance of the seats we picked up in both the Senate and the House, and

Just Vote

Just Vote

Midterm Election Day 2014 is upon us, and the importance of turning out the vote across the country cannot be overstated. Americans are finally waking up from the fantasy Obama and his liberal friends have tried to pass off as

Winning in Court Then Acting on It

Winning in Court Then Acting on It

This week a three-judge panel of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals granted an emergency injunction requiring the State of Colorado treat Citizens United and our film, Rocky Mountain Heist, as they would treat any other media entity. In short, we

True Winners of the Nobel Peace Prize

True Winners of the Nobel Peace Prize

This year’s Nobel Peace Prize winners were announced to the world, and for once they got it right. Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi, hailing from Pakistan and India respectively, were the very deserving winners for 2014.  Malala, who is the

Refocusing Our Values

Refocusing Our Values

This week, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus refocused the Republican Party ahead of the midterms.  In his speech, Chairman Priebus broadly went over the Conservative principles and ideals that are energizing Republican and many Independent voters. With the 2014

$22 Trillion for What?

$22 Trillion for What?

The annual report by the Census Bureau on poverty was released this past week, and this year marks the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty. It should come as no surprise that the War on Poverty has not

A Politicized Justice Department

A Politicized Justice Department

The latest twist to the ever-evolving IRS political targeting scandal, which began over a year ago now, would have been even bigger news this week were it not for the ISIS terrorist threat. A top spokesman for Attorney General Eric

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