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Huelskamp: Boehner Letter Admits Secret Purge List

According to Kansas Republican Rep. Tim Huelskamp, who was purged from a House committee leadership position, House Speaker John Boehner admitted by careful wording late on Monday that he and House GOP leadership did indeed use a secret list of

Huelskamp: Boehner Letter Admits Secret Purge List

No Time to Cave

After a close election in which the seats of power remained the same, President Obama is trying to claim a mandate for tax hikes, increased spending, and executive power grabs. There is no such mandate.   His first offer in the

No Time to Cave

Club for Growth: Conservatives Free to Fight After GOP Purge

Club for Growth spokesman Barney Keller told Breitbart News that he thinks the House GOP leadership’s purge of conservatives from powerful House committees could backfire on Speaker John Boehner, Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Whip Kevin McCarthy. That’s because Keller

Club for Growth: Conservatives Free to Fight After GOP Purge

Wall Street Pressures GOP to Raise Debt Limit

In the coming conflict over whether to raise the debt limit, Wall Street and some businesses worried that the looming “fiscal cliff” will jeopardize markets are facing off against Republicans who prefer to keep the debt limit in place so that the

Wall Street Pressures GOP to Raise Debt Limit

Tea Party Congressman Hits Sharpton: 'What's Your Income?'

Representative Tim Huelskamp (R-KS) appeared on “Politics Nation” where Al Sharpton tried to turn the conversation to social justice. “Is it fair that millionaires pay a lower tax rate than their own secretaries,” Sharpton asked, only to be slammed by

Still Keeping the Light On

As anticipated, the House vote on Tuesday to repeal the ban on the Thomas Edison standard incandescent light bulb failed, 233-193, primarily because the legislation was considered under a special rule which required a two-thirds majority of the House. However,

Kansas 1st Congressional District: I'm With Tim

In a recent interview, President Obama told ‘TODAY’ Show host Matt Lauer, ‘when you actually look at the (health care) bill itself, it incorporates all sorts of Republican ideas…” Like it or not, Obama was correct, too many Republicans were