Exclusive: Executive Amnesty Begins

Despite no official action from the president ahead of the election, the Obama administration has quietly begun preparing to issue millions of work authorization permits, suggesting the implementation of a large-scale executive amnesty may have already begun.
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Joni Ernst: Congress, Obama Administration Failing on Ebola

Like all Americans, I welcome the news that Dallas is reportedly Ebola-free weeks after a Liberian man infected with the virus came to Texas. The fact that the disease did not spread further is a testament to good luck and hard work by brave health care workers. But the fact that it spread at all is a stain on this Administration’s record and should concern every American. With Ebola still out of control in West Africa, this remains an urgent international health threat. Congress and the Administration must get serious before we have another outbreak in the U.S. 20 Oct 2014, 3:12 PM PDT

Justice Department Expert Witness: Blacks 'Less Sophisticated Voters'

An expert witness paid with tax dollars by the Justice Department testified that North Carolina election laws impact black voters disproportionately and that blacks are less sophisticated. Charles Stewart, a political scientist was retained by the DOJ to testify against voter identification laws and other election integrity measures. His testimony argued that ending same day registration and requiring voters to vote in the precincts where they live constitutes racial discrimination. 20 Oct 2014, 12:32 PM PDT

Cost to Taxpayers for Federal Bureaucrats Paid to Not Work: $775 Million

The Washington Post reports that 57,000 federal workers are currently being paid not to work and the cost to taxpayers is $775 million. For at least a month, and at times longer, these bureaucrats are on full salary while they sit at home waiting to learn if their misbehavior will cost them their job, or not. 20 Oct 2014, 12:11 PM PDT

6 People Who Downplayed The Threat of Ebola

With the announcement last week that a second nurse had contracted the Ebola virus – and then flown with the Ebola virus already manifesting as a “low-grade” fever – it has become clear that the government is not in control of the situation. 20 Oct 2014, 11:43 AM PDT

6 Times Obama Declared Crisis, Then Did Nothing

Last week, President Obama finally began taking Ebola seriously – so seriously that he cancelled a campaign trip in order to hold an emergency meeting on Ebola. He then appointed a new Ebola czar, Ron Klain, whose stellar qualifications for handling a possible Ebola outbreak include flacking for Janet Reno, Al Gore, and Joe Biden. Finally, Obama held another Ebola meeting after going golfing. Klain skipped the meeting. It was the second such meeting Klain skipped. 20 Oct 2014, 11:37 AM PDT

As Girl Scouts Membership Plummets, Threats of Split Emerge

The Girl Scouts USA has just ended its 53rd Convention amid sharply declining membership numbers, serious financial problems, cookie boycotts due to the organization’s known ties to Planned Parenthood, and now, the threat that those who want the group to retain its former, traditional values will split off to get the Girl Scouts back on track. 20 Oct 2014, 11:01 AM PDT

The Nuclear Option: Obama Prepares for the Ebola Election

Snap on those rubber gloves, zip up your hazmat suits, and tape up those galoshes. Get ready for the Ebola election! The White House is in full scurry before next month’s vote, trying to feverishly scrub the taint of Ebola from President Obama and all the Democrats standing within the electoral hot zone he has become. 20 Oct 2014, 10:47 AM PDT

Reagan's Timeless 'A Time for Choosing' Speech Still Making an Impact

This October 27 marks the 50th anniversary of Ronald Reagan’s “A Time for Choosing” speech, which launched the “Great Communicator” on his incredible political career. This oration on behalf of conservative Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater’s presidential campaign in 1964, put Reagan on the political map and eventually launched him to the presidency. 20 Oct 2014, 10:20 AM PDT

A Time for Choosing: The Next Generation--National Security

Next Monday, October 27 marks the 50th anniversary of Ronald Reagan’s iconic “Time For Choosing” speech. It was a speech that sparked the modern Conservative Movement, ignited a fire in the hearts of conservatives, and launched Ronald Reagan’s public policy career. 20 Oct 2014, 10:19 AM PDT

T Minus 15: Dems Desperately Seeking Women

In his final campaign push, Colorado Democrat Sen. Mark Udall is giving over an entire day to rallies across the state featuring the head of Planned Parenthood, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and the wives of several Democrat politicians. Hillary Clinton will deliver the coda on Tuesday. 20 Oct 2014, 7:44 AM PDT

Where Is the Republican Party?

Young, smart, handsome, savvy, and quick with a sharp sound bite, Dan Bongino is everything the Republican Party purports to look for in a candidate, yet the National Republican Congressional Committee has not lifted a finger to support his election effort. As of this writing, they haven’t even called him. 20 Oct 2014, 7:20 AM PDT

Common Core in Tennessee and Colorado: Lipstick On A Pig?

When Republican and Democrat Governors Bill Haslam (R-TN) and John Hickenlooper (D-CO) got together with the Denver Chamber of Commerce in Nashville Friday, the discussion turned to the idea that it does not matter what states call their “high” and “rigorous” standards, even if those standards are the Common Core. 20 Oct 2014, 7:08 AM PDT

CIDRAP Director: Two Ebola Possibilities That 'Should Keep Us up at Night'

Michael T. Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, writes in the New York Times to share why the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa is different from other in the past—and two terrifying possibilities which could make the virus's spread increase exponentially. 19 Oct 2014

Does Nunn Support a Full Ebola Travel Ban?

Georgia Senate Democratic candidate Michelle Nunn released a statement on Friday altering her position on the current Ebola crisis. Nunn originally said she would defer to "the CDC and other scientists and public health practitioners" on how the administration should respond. However, after members of Congress had grilled CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden on Thursday at a hearing, she changed her stance and called for "temporary" travel restrictions for everyone except military and aid workers. 18 Oct 2014

Obama to Allow 100,000 Haitians into America Without a Visa

Calling it "an irresponsible overreach of the executive branch’s authority," Senator Charles Grassley, ranking Republican on the Judiciary Committee, is criticizing an executive order issued by the president that would allow at least 100,000 Haitian nationals into the United States to be "reunited with their families." 18 Oct 2014

Obama: No Travel Ban, Not 'Cutting Off West Africa'

In his weekly radio address for October 18, the President spoke to the mounting international Ebola crisis raging at home and abroad. While saying he had it all under control here in the US, Obama insisted that no travel bans were in the offing because he didn't want to "cut off" contact with West Africa. 18 Oct 2014

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