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Obamacare Docs: Obama White House Violates Your Privacy?

Some of that personal health care information that you want kept private and confidential is anything but private and confidential. Apparently, Obama White House pressure led to changes to Healthcare.gov privacy policies, making it possible for certain private information to be shared with advertisers and who knows who else.
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Pence Buckles Under Powerful Gay/Media Blitzkrieg

Governor Mike Pence of Indiana seems to have caved into enormous pressure and will ask the state legislature for new legislation to make it clear that Christian florists and bakers could be forced to participate in weddings that violate their religious beliefs.
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Ax the Income Tax

March Madness, baseball, and flowers; spring in America would be so grand without income taxes and the headaches of filing on April 15.
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Companies, Cities Plan to Boycott Indiana While Doing Business with Gay-Hating Countries

The tolerant left has now decided that anybody who believes in freedom of religion ought to be boycotted. CEOs and government leaders are threatening to boycott the state of Indiana--and not just governmental entities in Indiana, but private businesses in Indiana that have never discriminated against anyone homosexual, let alone same-sex weddings. But these same CEOs and government leaders will happily do business with some of the worst regimes on earth--regimes that do not merely recognize the right of private businessowners to do business with the clients they choose, but that sponsor the state-sanctioned execution of homosexuals.
Reid's involvement highlights the seriousness of the problem he may have dealing with a member in his ranks who’s expected to be indicted within weeks.

Retiring Harry Reid: ‘I Hope’ Jeb Bush Loses

Senate Minority Leader Sen. Harry Reid has some decent things to say about the likely 2016 GOP presidential contenders. He appears to be personally fond of Sens. Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham, but says he wants former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush to lose more than any of them.
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Confirmed: Hillary Clinton Lied About Not Wanting To Carry Two Email Devices

All of us, including - no, especially - Democrat voters, need to think long and hard about whether we're ready to wave aside all legal restraints on the aristocracy, in favor of trial by political combat. Making polls the only courtroom aristocrats ever need to face is a dumb idea, but it's especially dumb when their favorite crimes involve concealing their activities and misleading the public.
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What Is Chris Christie Waiting For?

Chris Christie sources say that the New Jersey Governor is “working on his own timetable” for 2016. Behind the scenes, his team is doing a lot of things to prepare for a presidential run in 2016. But publicly he remains quiet about any upcoming announcements.
President Bill Clinton signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act on the White House's South Lawn in 1993 to prevent laws from burdening a person's religious beliefs without a compelling justification.

Flashback: Bill Clinton on Religious Freedom, ‘The Most Precious of All American Liberties’

“The free exercise of religion has been called the first freedom – that which originally sparked the full range of the Bill of Rights,” President Bill Clinton said in 1993, as he signed the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The federal law mirrors Indiana’s controversial religious liberty law that is under fire from Democrats and the mainstream media.
Faulconer (AP / Lenny Ignelzi)

San Diego’s Republican Mayor Joins ‘Boycott Indiana’ with Travel Ban

San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer, the only Republican mayor of a major U.S. city, joined the "Boycott Indiana" bandwagon, banning city travel Monday to the state over its recent Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which critics have called anti-gay. "We've directed the City's Chief Operating Officer to take the necessary actions to restrict publicly funded travel by city employees to Indiana if the law is not amended or repealed by next week," said Faulconer's spokesperson.

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