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Boehner Ally Steve Scalise Rocked By White Supremacy Scandal

A member of John Boehner’s inner circle is under fire even as the House Speaker is at his most vulnerable. Exactly one week before the House GOP’s top official will seek re-election to his post, multiple sources report that his deputy, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, spoke at a conference of white supremacists back in 2002.

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Sessions on Exec Amnesty: We Will Not Yield

Wednesday, Sens. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) and David Vitter (R-LA) hosted a press conference with a national delegation of sheriffs to address President Barack Obama’s executive order amnesty’s impact on law enforcement officers across the country. Sessions said, “So I have a

Sessions on Exec Amnesty: We Will Not Yield

Ebola-tics, Louisiana Style

The AP points out how in Louisiana, both parties are employing the domestic Ebola outbreak in their political messaging this year. Democrats are trying to link the issue to Republican candidate for US Senate Bill Cassidy by suggesting his support for cost

Vitter: We'll Go to Court to Block Any Executive Amnesty

Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) predicted that an executive order by President Barack Obama granting legal status to illegal immigrants already in the country would require legal action on Friday’s “Laura Ingraham Show.”  Vitter argued that any executive amnesty would be “absolutely

Vitter: We'll Go to Court to Block Any Executive Amnesty

The Guardian: Common Core 'Political Poison'

The Guardian observes that the Common Core standards have dramatically turned into “political poison.” Nicky Woolf writes that the controversial nationalized standards which “at first seemed so harmless” have become a “hot potato” for politicians. “Harmless,” however, means that the

The Guardian: Common Core 'Political Poison'

Wyoming Farmer Taking on the EPA

One Wyoming farmer is refusing to be intimidated by the Environmental Protection Agency into demolishing a stock pond he and his wife built in 2012 on his eight-acre Wyoming farm. Andy Johnson and his wife Katie used pure water to

Wyoming Farmer Taking on the EPA

Sen. David Vitter Will Run for Louisiana Governor

On Tuesday, Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) announced that he will run for governor of Louisiana in 2015 and added that, if elected, it would be his last office – elected or appointed. “After much thought, prayer, and discussion with Wendy

Sen. David Vitter Will Run for Louisiana Governor