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Congress Should Cancel the State of the Union Address in 2015

Congressional Republicans are searching for ways--short of impeachment or shutting down the government--to respond to President Barack Obama's seizure of arbitrary power over immigration law and enforcement. One way would be to cancel the State of the Union address next year, so that the elected representatives of the people do not have to listen to, or applaud, a man who is violating his oath of office and governing as a tyrant. 20 Nov 2014, 12:20 PM PDT

Yes, Congress Can Control USCIS Spending

House Appropriations Committee chairman Rep. Hal Rogers says President Obama's forthcoming executive amnesty is beyond the reach of his committee, something that has been reported to mean that Congress has no means of preventing it at all. 20 Nov 2014, 12:05 PM PDT

Ted Cruz Cites Cicero: 'How Long Is That Madness Of Yours Still to Mock Us?'

On the floor of the Senate this morning, Sen. Ted Cruz read aloud the text of Cicero’s First Oration Against Catiline, subbing in President Obama’s name in the context. “When, President Obama, do you mean to cease abusing our patience? How long is that madness of yours still to mock us? When is there to be an end to that unbridled audacity of yours swaggering about as it does now?” Cruz asked. 20 Nov 2014, 9:05 AM PDT

Jorge Ramos: Obama's Amnesty Will 'Demonstrate Our Newfound Power'

Univision’s Jorge Ramos is already celebrating President Obama’s planned executive action on amnesty, calling it a “triumph for the Latino community.” Ramos has been a passionate advocate for immigration reform--even swimming across the Rio Grande to highlight the dangers illegal immigrants face. 20 Nov 2014, 8:55 AM PDT

Jim Webb May Challenge Hillary Clinton in 2016

Former Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia is stepping up as a potential Democrat challenger to Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race. With a 14-minute video, Webb announced an exploratory committee, saying that “thousands of concerned Americans” had urged him to run for president. 20 Nov 2014, 8:33 AM PDT

Horowitz: The Game Plan to Stop Obama’s Unconstitutional Amnesty

On November 4, in a healthy exercise of democracy, voters around the country registered their dismay with the governing party and swept them out of power in Congress and in scores of state legislatures. Yet, this president is not only refusing to respect the results of the election, he is thumbing his nose at the Constitution itself. 20 Nov 2014, 7:07 AM PDT

New Ad Slams Sen. Landrieu for Spending Tax Money on Private Jet Flights

Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu is locked in a runoff election that may end her political career, and revelations that she improperly used taxpayer dollars to fund 43 private jet flights to 136 political fundraisers and campaign functions won't help her re-election bid. Now, a new TV ad hits the Senator hard on her misuse of tax dollars for campaign travel. 20 Nov 2014, 5:31 AM PDT

America's NATO Allies will Force Keystone XL Approval Next Year

The Keystone XL pipeline bill failed on a vote count of 59-41 and failed to achieve a filibuster-proof U.S. Senate passage. With 40% of the pipeline already built and North American energy costs some of the lowest in the world, President Obama will be under huge pressure from America’s NATO allies in Europe and Canada to allow the State Department to rule the Keystone XL is in the “national interest.” 19 Nov 2014

Boehner's Office Lists 22 Times Obama Argued Against Executive Amnesty

House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) is using President Barack Obama’s own words to argue against executive action on immigration. Boehner spokesman Matt Wolking on Wednesday laid out 22 instances when Obama said he could not create or ignore immigration law — even though the president argued on Sunday that his “position hasn’t changed.” 19 Nov 2014

Gruber Earned $5.2 Million from Obamacare Deception

MIT Professor Jonathan Gruber, the Obamacare architect who bragged about deceiving the “stupid” American people to secure passage of the bill, has been paid an estimated $5.2 million by the federal government and 12 state governments for consulting services to assist in the design and implementation of the Affordable Care Act. 19 Nov 2014

GOP Lawmakers Call on Obama to Work with Them on Immigration

Republican House members are calling on President Obama to work with Congress to pass immigration reform instead of moving forward with his expected executive amnesty. In a letter to Obama dated Tuesday, nearly three dozen Republicans lawmakers — led by Rep. Joe Barton (R-TX) — argue that executive action would hurt efforts to legislate the issue. 19 Nov 2014

Barack the First Crowns Himself with Executive Amnesty

Emperor Barack Obama will crown himself on Thursday, Nov. 20 by revealing to the nation his plan to grant “amnesty” to millions of illegal aliens by an executive order delaying their prosecution indefinitely. The title “emperor” is one he himself used, as recently as last year, explaining why he would never do exactly what he is about to do. 19 Nov 2014

We Cannot Afford Amnesty

Illegal immigrants, illegal aliens, undocumented workers, persons living in the United States without legal permission, whatever you choose to call them, there are roughly 11-12 million living in our country, and President Obama says he plans to do something about that very soon. 19 Nov 2014

Obama to Hold Amnesty Dinner At The White House For Democrats

President Obama will host a dinner at the White House Wednesday evening ahead of his planned executive action to enact immigration reform on his own. White House press secretary Josh Earnest told reporters the guest list would be exclusively Congressional Democrats who were “genuine supporters of common sense immigration reform.” 19 Nov 2014

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

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