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Mayor Bloomberg to Sound Off on Earphone Safety

Mayor Bloomberg to Sound Off on Earphone Safety

Fresh off a victory over 32-oz soft drink containers, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg reportedly hopes to tell residents of the Big Apple how to use their earphones.  The New York Post reported Wednesday that New York City “health officials are
Gun Rights and the Rebirth of Conservatism

Gun Rights and the Rebirth of Conservatism

When Obamacare passed in March 2010, a grassroots outrage ensued and months later, in Nov. 2010, the Tea Party voted out Democrats in red states and moderate Republicans who’d supported the measure. Liberals were blindsided, RINOs were dismayed, and because
RebRANDing: New GOP Guard Stands Up for Constitution

RebRANDing: New GOP Guard Stands Up for Constitution

On Wednesday, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) served notice to both the Republican establishment and to the Democrat-Media Complex: conservatism isn’t gone. It’s not even on vacation. The new wave of conservatives is here, and they know how to play the
Rand's Stand Against Drones Ends After 12+ Hours

Rand's Stand Against Drones Ends After 12+ Hours

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) yielded the floor at 12:40 a.m. EST on Thursday, March 7 after continuing his filibuster of the confirmation of John Brennan as CIA Director for nearly thirteen hours.  During his “talking” filibuster, which originally began as
Only 2,687 Jobs Outsourced in 2012

Only 2,687 Jobs Outsourced in 2012

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) suggest fears over American jobs being outsourced overseas may be overblown. In 2012, just 2,687 jobs were listed as “out-of-country relocations,” the BLS’s official designation for outsourced jobs. That works out to
Ted Cruz Reads #StandWithRand Tweets on Senate Floor

Ted Cruz Reads #StandWithRand Tweets on Senate Floor

Wednesday evening, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) gave filibustering Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) a brief break during a planned question period by reading #StandWithRand tweets that have dominated the Twittersphere today.  Support for Paul’s principled stand in opposition to the unconstitutional
Congressman Warns About Cyberattacks

Congressman Warns About Cyberattacks

In the Wall Street Journal Wednesday, Congressman Michael McCaul (R-TX) warned that the United States must remain vigilant about cyber attacks from foreign countries that would threaten Americans in vital ways. McCaul cited the fact that Mandiant, a U.S. cybersecurity
Bill Would Posthumously Grant Freedom to NH Slaves

Bill Would Posthumously Grant Freedom to NH Slaves

By MORGAN TRUEAssociated PressCONCORD, N.H.When 20 slaves petitioned New Hampshire two centuries ago seeking their freedom, lawmakers decided the time wasn’t right and delayed action. Now, 233 years later, legislators in one of the nation’s whitest states have decided the
Obama Admin Argues for Same-Sex Parenthood at SCOTUS

Obama Admin Argues for Same-Sex Parenthood at SCOTUS

Just four years ago, candidate Barack Obama said he believed that marriage was between a man and a woman. “And God is in the mix.” Who moved? Say what you will about President Barack Obama’s policies; millions of Americans voted
REPORT: Youth Healthcare Premiums to Skyrocket 145%-203%

REPORT: Youth Healthcare Premiums to Skyrocket 145%-203%

If health insurance prices triple, do we still have to call Obamacare the “Affordable Care Act”?  A report released yesterday by the House Committee on Energy and Commerce reveals the devastating reality many Americans will face when Obamacare is in
LAX, O'Hare Airports: No Slowdowns After Sequester

LAX, O'Hare Airports: No Slowdowns After Sequester

Two of the largest airports in the United States have contradicted claims from the federal government that the minor spending cuts of the Budget Control Act’s sequester have caused delays for passengers. On Monday, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said that airports
Fort Collins, CO Bans Fracking

Fort Collins, CO Bans Fracking

With liberals hell-bent on stopping America from energy independence, Fort Collins, Colorado is the latest city to ban the groundbreaking energy development technology known as fracking. On Tuesday, the city council banned oil and gas operations within the city, with
CA Gives Free Cellphones, Service to Homeless

CA Gives Free Cellphones, Service to Homeless

For years, the left has claimed that the impoverished should be provided free phone service in order to enable them to apply for jobs and receive callbacks. But now the state of California is going even further, granting homeless people
EXCLUSIVE: ACLU Backs Paul's Filibuster

EXCLUSIVE: ACLU Backs Paul's Filibuster

On Wednesday afternoon, Christopher Anders, Senior Legislative Council at the American Civil Liberties Union in Washington D.C., spoke with Breitbart News exclusively about Senator Rand Paul’s filibuster of the John Brennan nomination to CIA director over the administration’s failures to
Where Are the Republicans Defending Civil Liberties?

Where Are the Republicans Defending Civil Liberties?

As I write this, Sen. Rand Paul is entering his 7th hour filibustering the nomination of John Brennan to head the CIA. His filibuster is driven by fundamental constitutional questions regarding due process and the powers of the Executive Branch.
Apple, Facebook, Nike Sign Brief in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage

Apple, Facebook, Nike Sign Brief in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage

Many of the country’s most prominent businesses filed a brief last week in favor of same-sex marriage, arguing to the U.S. Supreme Court that California’s Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage via popular vote, is unconstitutional and is detrimental to
Where Are the Democrats Defending Civil Liberties?

Where Are the Democrats Defending Civil Liberties?

When the cameras are on, Democrats pretend to care about civil liberties. What they actually care about is expanding government’s power and identifying wedge issues to use politically against Republicans. If you think I’m overstating the case, look no further
Transcript: First Hour of Rand Paul's Filibuster

Transcript: First Hour of Rand Paul's Filibuster

In the first hour of his filibuster over the nomination of John Brennan, Sen. Paul spoke 9,024 words, enough to fill 15 pages as a standard Word document. A transcript of the first hour was provided by Sen. Paul’s office

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