GOP Rep.: ‘Sanctuary cities’ Are ‘Havens For Everyone But Law-Abiding Citizens’

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“My heart breaks for the family and friends of Kate Steinle, as they have seen a promising young life ended too soon, and the suspect is a criminal who should never have been in this country in the first place” Barletta said in a statement Monday. “That her accused killer is a seven-time felon, was deported five times, and was prevented from being deported a sixth by San Francisco policies, is as maddening as it is inexplicable.”

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Sasse, McConnell Talk, But Not About Leadership Race

Sasse, McConnell Talk, But Not About Leadership Race

LINCOLN, Nebraska–Contrary to some reports, the tension between Nebraska GOP Senate nominee Ben Sasse and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell does not seem to be over. McConnell and Sasse feuded in the fall, with McConnell upset about Sasse’s involvement with the

The Conservative Movement Strikes Back

The Conservative Movement Strikes Back

With decisive primary victories by U.S. Senate candidate Ben Sasse in Nebraska and U.S. House candidate Alex Mooney in West Virginia, the establishment’s dream of electing more status quo-supporting candidates has been stopped after just one week. Sasse and Mooney,

Ben Sasse Wins Nebraska GOP Senate Primary

Ben Sasse Wins Nebraska GOP Senate Primary

LINCOLN, Nebraska–Midland University President Ben Sasse won convincingly against former State Treasurer Shane Osborn and businessman Sid Dinsdale in the Republican Senate primary here, likely sending a vaunted young conservative voice to the Senate in 2015. Sasse, who received the

Judge Strikes Down Idaho's Same-Sex Marriage Ban

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Gay and lesbian couples in Idaho could start getting married as soon as Friday after a judge ruled the state’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. U.S. District Magistrate Judge Candy Dale wrote in her decision

Obama Judicial Nominees in Trouble

Obama Judicial Nominees in Trouble

President Barack Obama has a serious challenge next week with judicial nominees. Despite changing Senate rules to end filibusters and to confirm nominees with 51 votes, two of Obama’s picks to the federal courts are in jeopardy, with a possible

Smart Guns Not Smart Enough for Police Issue

Smart Guns Not Smart Enough for Police Issue

The 2002 New Jersey law mandating only smart guns be sold in the state once a “viable” smart gun is on the market has an exemption for law enforcement, leading one to assume smart guns are not smart enough for

Obama: Only 'Two to Three Months' Left to Pass Amnesty

Obama: Only 'Two to Three Months' Left to Pass Amnesty

President Barack Obama believes there may only be three months left to get sweeping amnesty legislation done. At a Tuesday meeting at the Eisenhower Office Building with law enforcement leaders, White House officials, and Jeh Johnson, the Department of Homeland

It's Official: Obamacare Sparks 2015 Double-Digit Premium Hikes

It's Official: Obamacare Sparks 2015 Double-Digit Premium Hikes

Opponents of President Barack Obama’s controversial Obamacare program warned that the health law would fail to reduce insurance costs and could result in double-digit premium jumps.  Now it’s official: 2015 filings in the states of Washington and Virginia show large

Karl Rove's Todd Akin Moment

Karl Rove's Todd Akin Moment

After blasting, haranguing, and lambasting Republican candidates like Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin for rhetoric that he deemed counterproductive, Karl Rove did not take his own advice last week when he implied that Hillary Clinton may have brain damage.  According

McConnell on Cochran Trips: No Comment

McConnell on Cochran Trips: No Comment

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell declined to defend taxpayer-funded travels of Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS) and his executive assistant Kay Webber on Tuesday. “You’ll have to address those questions to Sen. Cochran,” McConnell replied when asked if he thought Cochran

Obamacare Sends Virginia 2015 Premiums Soaring Up to 16.6%

Obamacare Sends Virginia 2015 Premiums Soaring Up to 16.6%

New filings from Virginia insurance companies reveal that Obamacare will result in premium spikes of up to 16.6% for some customers.  The Wall Street Journal reports that the Anthem HealthKeepers Inc plan’s 110,000 Virginia customers can expect an average 8.5%

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