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US Sets 44-year Oil Production High as Economy Looks Bright

The U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) reported that domestic crude oil productionfor the week ending May 22 surged by 304,000 barrels per day (bpd) to a 44-year high of almost 9.566 million bpd. The latest production numbers come on the heels of Breitbart News’ report that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) had effectively conceded defeat in its battle against U.S. shale oil competition.

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Perry Touts Texas Economic Success on Rubio/Bush’s Home Turf

ORLANDO, Florida — Two days before he will launch his second presidential campaign, former Gov. Rick Perry addressed a crowd of business leaders, conservative activists, and media in Orlando for an “Economic Growth Summit” organized by Let’s Get to Work, the political committee of Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL).

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Asian-American Files Complaint Against Ivy League Schools, Alleges Discrimination

In another telling hint that universities are discriminating against Asian-Americans, Michael Wang, who notched a perfect ACT score, a 2230 SAT, a 4.67 weighted grade point average and 13 Advanced Placement courses on his resume, was rejected by seven Ivy League universities and Stanford in 2013. The only Ivy League school to accept him was the University of Pennsylvania.

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The Obama Administration’s Transparency Crisis

The federal government is bigger than ever, and also the most secretive in recent memory. President Obama famously promised his would be the most transparent administration in history, but federal agencies under his leadership are often black holes in terms of disclosure. I’ll be testifying to the House Government Reform and Oversight Committee today, chaired by Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), on the Obama transparency crisis.

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More Obama Insurance Premiums to Jump 30%

Recently, Breitbart News broke the story last week that major insurers in a number of states were proposing up to 51 percent healthcare premium increases for Obamacare policies. Now Illinois and Pennsylvania are also seeking 2016 rate hikes in the range of 30 percent.

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