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Taxpayer Suit to Stop Double-Dipping Judges

It should go without saying that judicial compensation should be paid in strict accordance with the law. This is common sense, yes? The men and women given the privilege of adjudicating the law should be subject to the law. 16 Apr 2014, 10:10 AM PDT

Bloomberg's Focus on Gun Restrictions Throws Down Gauntlet to Conservatives

If Michael Bloomberg's pledge of $50 million to beat the NRA and his aggressive funding of Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG), Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (MDA), and "Everytown for Gun Safety" teach conservatives anything, it's that a tunnel-vision-like focus on Obamacare is a loser in November. 16 Apr 2014, 9:21 AM PDT

Sarah Palin to Headline SHE-PAC Iowa Rally for Joni Ernst

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin will headline a SHE-PAC rally in Des Moines, Iowa, on April 27th for conservative Iowa Senate candidate Joni Ernst, who has taken a two-point lead over a liberal Republican businessman who had been leading before Palin endorsed Ernst. 16 Apr 2014, 8:08 AM PDT

NJ Economy Stalls as State Fails to Make Revenue Goals Again in March

Less than a week after credit rating company Standard & Poor's lowered New Jersey's credit rating to A+, the third lowest in the nation, New Jersey failed to deliver the revenue needed to keep the budget afloat in March, falling seven percent below the predicted rate proposed by Governor Chris Christie. 16 Apr 2014, 6:53 AM PDT

Facing Resignation Calls, Mississippi GOP Chairman Dubs Tea Party Leaders 'Fanatical'

The chairman of the Mississippi GOP reacted angrily to Tea Party groups calling for his resignation this week, accusing one local activist of secretly working to elect Democrats and saying some “fanatical” Tea Party groups could jeopardize the GOP's hold on a senate seat in one of the most Republican states in the nation, according to emails obtained by Breitbart News. 15 Apr 2014

IRS Backs Down on Strict Limits on Tax-Exempt Groups

As the IRS targeting scandal grew, in an effort to help the taxing agency put an end to political activism, government operatives decided it was necessary to put more limits on what tax-exempt organizations were allowed to do. However, the proposed changes brought criticism from both the left and the right. Now the IRS has announced that it is again re-writing the rules. 15 Apr 2014

Dog Selected for Jury Duty

Considering the head-scratching verdicts reached by some juries, why not have a dog serve on jury duty? According to one New Jersey resident, that may happen now that his 5-year-old German Shepherd dog, IV, got a juror summons from the local county clerk. 15 Apr 2014

Uncle Sam’s Bicoastal Tug of War: The Internet of Things vs. Too Big to Fail

By now, it’s a cliche that the Internet of Things is going to change everything. That’s right: Americans have barely had time to digest all the effects of the Internet, and now comes along the Internet of Things (IoT). If the Internet created a new order in cyberspace, then the IoT is going to create a new order in the physical world--or, as geeks call it, “meat space.” 15 Apr 2014

On 5th Anniversary Of Tax Day Rally, Tea Party Looks To Influence Elections

Five years after an estimated one million Tea Party activists turned out at more than 900 rallies across the country on April 15, 2009 to participate in the historic national Tax Day Tea Party, there are only a few such rallies on tax day, 2014. But leading Tea Party activists say the movement has moved on to a more sophisticated strategy of playing in local and national elections. 15 Apr 2014

Study: GOP Will Grow with More White Conservatives, Not Less

A new study suggests that politically unaffiliated white Americans who are experiencing a shift to minority status will feel threatened by that shift and subsequently embrace more conservative policies. They will align themselves, therefore, with the Republican Party, providing that party with a more stable base in the midst of racial divisiveness. 15 Apr 2014

Washington & Wall Street: Big Banks Back Down in Detroit Bankruptcy

February, we reported on the depredations of large banks operating in the derivatives market focused on public sector entities, especially the bankrupt city of Detroit. Most recently, The New York Times reported that the banks involved in the swaps contracts at issue in the Detroit bankruptcy were forced to settle for a substantial discount to their original termination fee of $230 million 15 Apr 2014

On Tax Day, RNC Sues The IRS

On Tax Day, the Republican National Committee announced it is suing the IRS for stonewalling Freedom of Information Act request for documents about the tax agency's politicized scrutiny of conservative and Tea Party groups. 15 Apr 2014

Woman Charged after Hurling Shoe at Hillary

The woman who hurled a shoe at Hillary Clinton when she spoke at a metal recycling conference at Mandalay Bay has been charged with two misdemeanor counts: trespassing on a restricted building or its grounds and violence against someone in that same area. 15 Apr 2014

Whitefish Shortage Causing Passover Meal Problems

A shortage of whitefish in the Great Lakes region resulting partly from the winter deep freeze is coming at an inconvenient time for Jewish families: the Passover holiday, when demand is high because it's a key ingredient in a traditional recipe. 14 Apr 2014

Pew Research Finds Democrats Losing Millennials

Barack Obama may be the Republicans' best friend when it comes to educating 18-33-year olds of the Millennial Generation about the downside of voting for the Democrats’ economic policies. According to a report from the Pew Research Center for Social and Demographic Trends, the 73.7 million Millennials are “unattached to organized politics and religion, linked by social media, burdened by debt, distrustful of people, in no rush to marry— and optimistic about the future.” 14 Apr 2014

Dueling Climate Reports

To borrow a telling phrase from their report, the UN sees nothing but “death, injury, and disrupted livelihoods” everywhere it looks—as do Senator Boxer, Secretary Kerry, and others. Climate Change Reconsidered II: Biological Impacts demonstrates that life on Earth is not suffering from rising temperatures and atmospheric CO2 levels. Citing reams of real-world data, it offers solid scientific evidence that most plants actually flourish when exposed to both higher temperatures and greater CO2 concentrations. 14 Apr 2014

The 'No Electric Resiliency Cabal'

Last Thursday, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee convened what appeared to be a most timely--and much-needed--hearing. Its title was “Keeping the lights on: Are we doing enough to ensure the reliability and security of the electric grid?” Unfortunately, despite abundant evidence to the contrary, the answer we got from industry witnesses, regulators, and legislators alike was an unfounded, and profoundly misleading, “Yes.” 14 Apr 2014

GOP Rep Marsha Blackburn Tests the Waters at The Freedom Summit

Manchester, New Hampshire -- An aid to Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn from Tennessee told Real Clear Politics, “If there’s a door to kick down, she’s willing to kick it down.” The Freedom Summit was one of “the kinds of events you go to -- test the waters, and see what the reaction is,” the aide said. 14 Apr 2014

New York Times: Obama Inspiring Young People to Become Consultants

President Barack Obama famously ran to inspire young Americans with his message of "hope and change," but the president's administration has been infamous for rewarding cronies (see: Solyndra) and punishing enemies (see: IRS). The New York Times asserts this has inspired young people to become consultants and game politics in order to join the permanent political class. 14 Apr 2014

The Worst Argument Ever For Jeb Vs. Hillary

Mark McKinnon, the former George W. Bush ad man, may have set out to argue why America should pick its presidents from between two immediate families, but the resulting article reads more like a list of reasons why “Jeb vs. Hillary” is a terrible idea, at least from a Tea Party perspective. 14 Apr 2014

Inside The Fed--What Janet Yellen Won't Tell You

What is Janet Yellen, new Fed chairman, really worried about? Is it that reported unemployment will stay high, that the economic recovery will never get off the ground, that we will fall back into recession, or that consumer prices will fall, thereby further endangering the huge debts that already zombify the economy? 14 Apr 2014

The Intolerance of Brandeis

Intolerance of tolerance is certainly no virtue. But bowing to pressure from the intolerant is cowardly. That is what Brandeis President Frederick Lawrence displayed when he revoked the honorary degree the university had planned to bestow on Ayaan Hirsi Ali at this spring’s commencement. 14 Apr 2014

Hillary’s Man in the White House

“They [the White House] need to focus on executive action given that they are facing a second term against a cult worthy of Jonestown in charge of one of the houses of Congress.” 14 Apr 2014

Feds to Pursue Bundy Ranch ‘Judicially’ After Standoff

Despite aborting their roundup and allowing “trespassing” cattle returned to the Bundy ranch in southern Nevada, the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) recently offered public statements claiming it would continue to pursue the ranchers in court. Should the agency choose to do so, it would be the third time federal courts were utilized in the matter. 14 Apr 2014

Founding Fathers Made Sure Bundy Family Was Armed

As tensions rose and a standoff ensued between Bureau of Land Management (BLM) agents and Cliven Bundy and his family on April 11th and 12th, one thing was evident: through the Second Amendment, the Founding Fathers guaranteed that Bundy could be armed to protect his life and property. 14 Apr 2014

Democrats Hope Pot Gives Them Boost in Florida

Democrat operatives are openly touting a medical marijuana ballot initiative in Florida as a means of helping Democrats win elections in 2014, saying the move, which will likely help bring young voters to the poll, is necessary for the greater good. 14 Apr 2014

Top Chris Christie Ally Slams Jeb Bush's 'Baggage'

Ken Langone, the co-founder of Home Depot and arguably New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's biggest backer, recently had some harsh words about former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who could be Christie's chief rival on the GOP establishment's side of the bracket in 2016. 14 Apr 2014

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