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Tom Cotton Voted No on Omnibus: Bill Increases Unskilled Worker Visas 120%

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AK) took to the Senate floor on Thursday ahead of the vote on the spending bill to fund the federal government through September, citing as the main reason he voted against it the flood of unskilled workers that could be admitted to the United States under the legislation.

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Paul Ryan Compares Tom Cotton, Ted Cruz to Enemies

On Hugh Hewitt’s radio show Wednesday, Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan implied Sen. Tom Cotton and Sen. Ted Cruz are “enemies” where the healthcare bill to replace Obamacare is concerned.

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Sen Cotton: Hillary Has Disqualified Herself to Be Commander-In-Chief

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) said presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton had “disqualified herself as commander-in-chief” and cited her “cavalier attitude” on the nation’s secrecy laws as the reason. Partial transcript as follows: CHUCK TODD: In

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Senate Democrats Block Bill Over Iran Nuclear Amendment

CNN reports: Washington (CNN) Senate Democrats unexpectedly blocked a major spending bill for energy and water programs Wednesday to prevent a vote on a Republican amendment that would ban U.S. tax dollars from being used in the future to buy heavy water from Iran.

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Donald Trump to Meet with Sen. Tom Cotton

GOP frontrunner Donald Trump is reportedly holding a meeting in Washington D.C. on Monday, and Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) is planning on attending.

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Obama Subverts Constitution to Achieve Iran Deal

Over the weekend, top Democrats went berserk over Senator Tom Cotton’s (R-AR) open letter to the Iranian regime warning them that President Obama’s executive agreement with them was not the final legal word.

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Kerry Slams Cotton on Inexperience

Sunday on CBS’ “Face the Nation,” Secretary of State John Kerry criticized Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), the senator who penned the letter he and 46 of his Republican colleagues signed to Iran’s leaders by pointing out he is “somebody who has been

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Like Everything Else, The Iran Letter Is the Media’s Fault

In the media’s absurd vacuum that sucks all the context, history, and morality out of The Narrative, I’m no fan of Congress involving itself in foreign policy. That is the purview of the president, and has been for good reason