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Obama: Hostage-Taker on Immigration

The term “hostage-taker” has been thrown around quite a bit lately, most often at Republicans in Congress, whom President Barack Obama accused of holding the country to ransom in last year’s shutdown fight over Obamacare. The latest and most brazen

Obama: Hostage-Taker on Immigration

No More Age Limits on DACA Under Obama’s Executive Amnesty

President Barack Obama’s executive actions are also changing the demographics of what many think constitutes a “DREAMer,” or an illegal immigrant who came to the United States as a child. Prior to Obama’s executive announcement, childhood arrivals were eligible for

No More Age Limits on DACA Under Obama’s Executive Amnesty

Gruber Visited White House a Dozen Times

Economist Jonathan Gruber made at least a dozen trips to the White House including at least one meeting with the President. The Wall Street Journal reports that Gruber visited the White House six times in 2009 and several more times

Gruber Visited White House a Dozen Times

Stephens: Darn Right We Should Be the World's Policeman!

Pulitzer Prize-winning Wall Street Journal columnist is a wonderfully articulate and bipartisan critic of U.S. foreign policy. I must say that I dislike his latest book, America in Retreat: The New Isolationism and the Coming Global Disorder, because it is the

Stephens: Darn Right We Should Be the World's Policeman!

FCC Versus Free Speech

For centuries, our nation’s press has become accustomed to exercising its own news and editorial judgments largely free from government interference. It’s all part of the First Amendment guarantee of freedom of the press. But now, all of that could

FCC Versus Free Speech

Gallup: Nonwhite Obamacare Support Hits Lowest Level Ever

A Gallup poll released on Monday finds the lowest-ever support for Obamacare, President Barack Obama’s signature achievement.  Just 37% of Americans support Obamacare, while a full 56% disapprove.  Nonwhite support for Obamacare has fallen below 60% for the first time,

Gallup: Nonwhite Obamacare Support Hits Lowest Level Ever

Report: Colt Firearms Could Default By Year's End

On November 13 The Wall Street Journal reported that Colt Defense LLC “could default by the end of the year.” Colt Rifle and pistol sales are sluggish and the company “is likely to miss a [$10.9 million] payment to bondholders” on

Report: Colt Firearms Could Default By Year's End

Judicial Watch Sues Feds to Obtain Media Monitoring Records

Watchdog group Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Obama Administration in October, in order to obtain records relating to media monitoring plan records.  More specifically, the FOIA is against the Federal Communications

Judicial Watch Sues Feds to Obtain Media Monitoring Records

Russia to Build Up to 8 Nuclear Reactors in Iran

Russia reached a deal on Tuesday to construct up to eight nuclear power reactors in Iran, expanding the nuclear partnership between the two countries. Two reactors are to be built first, possibly followed by an additional six, according to various

Russia to Build Up to 8 Nuclear Reactors in Iran

Mexican National Pleads Guilty to Role in Massive Obamaphone Fraud Scheme

A massive fraud case involving the federal government’s Lifeline Program, which doles out “Obamaphones,” is beginning to unravel. A group of individuals, including a Mexican national from Cancun, stole more than $27 million from the government welfare program.  On November 7, the Mexican national, Oscar

Mexican National Pleads Guilty to Role in Massive Obamaphone Fraud Scheme

Government-Enforced Net Neutrality is Problematic

President Obama’s idea of “Net Neutrality” to ensure unfettered access to the Internet for all Americans is great in theory, but could be very problematic in practice. Proponents say that greedy telecoms and cable companies have monopoly power. Opponents complain

Government-Enforced Net Neutrality is Problematic

Bush's Mediocrity Brigade

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on Jen Kuznicki’s blog. Kuznikci identifies as a constitutional conservative and belongs to the Michigan Republican party.  Michael Gerson at the Washington Post, Peter Wehner at Commentary, Jennifer Rubin at the Washington Post, and

Bush's Mediocrity Brigade

CA to Grant Driver's Licenses to 1.4 Million Illegal Aliens

New legislation passed in California will allow non-U.S. citizens to obtain identification in the form of drivers licenses starting January 1. California’s Department of Motor Vehicles expects an estimated 1.4 million to apply, and Friday the department posted the new

CA to Grant Driver's Licenses to 1.4 Million Illegal Aliens

Report: Boehner's Secret Amnesty Talks with Obama Revealed

House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) warned President Barack Obama again against taking executive action on immigration Thursday, telling Obama he would be playing with matches and risk burning himself. “[H]e’s going to burn himself if he continues to go down

Report: Boehner's Secret Amnesty Talks with Obama Revealed

Wendy Davis Campaign Blames Loss on Ebola

Texas State Senator Wendy Davis was steamrolled in her bid to become the state’s next governor, and it appears that her staff believes Ebola has something to do with the failure of her campaign.  Speaking on behalf of Davis’ campaign,

Wendy Davis Campaign Blames Loss on Ebola

U.S. Oil Exports Hit 57 Year High

The accelerating United States energy boom allowed America to record its highest level of oil exports in 57 years and its second highest level since 1920 in the month of July. After becoming the world’s largest producer of natural gas

U.S. Oil Exports Hit 57 Year High