5,000 Non-Citizens Voting in Colorado

Republicans on the House Administration Committee want to shore up voter registration rules in the wake of a Colorado study that found as many as 5,000 non-citizens in the state took part in last year’s election. Rep. Gregg Harper (R-Miss.), the panel’s chairman, called the study “a disturbing wake-up call” that should cause every state […]

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Spoonful of Sugar Needed to Stomach U.S. Trade Policy

Early American colonists, no strangers to the perils of intrusive government, protested the Molasses Act of 1733, which imposed taxes on imported sugar, rum, and molasses. Sugar taxes ignited a desire for trade freedom that helped lead to revolution. In the United States today, sugar policy consists of regulations and limitations that put those of […]

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Napolitano: US Border is Not ‘Out of Control’

(CNSNews.com) – Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Friday that “given the statistical framework” the U.S.-Mexico border is not “overrun or out of control”–adding that those who make such claims are just trying to score political points. “But I think the amount of resources we’ve put at the border with Mexico shows how serious this administration is,” […]

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Obama Threatens Gov’t Shutdown if Funding for Abortion, EPA Cut

Washington (CNSNews.com) – President Obama said Tuesday he would not sign a budget agreement to keep the government running that cuts funding for Planned Parenthood and the Environmental Protection Agency. “There can be some negotiation about composition,” Obama told reporters shortly after discussions with congressional leaders on the budget. “What we can’t be doing is […]

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Qaddafi’s Revenge

Col. Muamar Gheddafi, the Man of Many Spellings, has always played the extortionist with Europe concerning immigration. He repeatedly warned the Europeans over the years that if they didn’t provide sufficient “aid”, he would cease to hold back the flood of migrants, particularly sub-Saharan Africans, who gathered in Libya in an attempt to find passage […]

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Radiation Food Safety: What You Should Know

You might be a little freaked out about 11,500 tons of radioactive water being dumped into the Pacific Ocean in Japan, where workers are still scrambling to stabilize an earthquake-crippled nuclear power plant called Fukushima Daiichi. In fact, the words “radiation” and “nuclear” give many people the creeps. And that’s partly because these are concepts […]

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Big Government Vs. the Internet

Following his party’s devastating losses last November, President Barack Obama made clear that where his party could no longer legislate, it will regulate. Just a month later, America saw his words become action when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to issue new rules regulating the Internet, even though courts and Congress have stood in opposition […]

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A Historic Week for Parental Choice in Education, from D.C. to the Heartland

The month of March closed with a victorious week for schoolchildren and families across the nation. School choice bills passed in both Washington, D.C., and in Indiana to expand educational options for students. In Washington, the SOAR Act sailed through the House on a 225–195 vote, reauthorizing and expanding the successful D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program […]

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