Here’s How Houston Voted on Controversial Ballot Measure

Citizens of Houston overwhelmingly voted down a controversial measure that would have created legal protections in 15 categories, including sexual orientation and gender identity. For months, opponents waged a war on the so-called “bathroom ordinance” that would allow transgender individuals use the bathroom of their choice. On Tuesday, their work paid off, with more than […]

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The Conservative Movement’s First Co-Working Space

Rob Brockhaus, a D.C.-transplant from St. Louis wants to bring conservatives under one roof, where Wi-Fi, printing, and ideas are collectively shared and like-minded individuals can connect. Come March 1, freelancers, small non-profits and liberty-oriented businesses will have the opportunity to do just that in Brockhaus’ newly launched Red Sycamore Group, the conservative movement’s first shared […]

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Two Reasons to Reject Obama’s ‘Clean Power Plan’ for Climate Change

It is difficult to see how a U.S. envoy to Paris for the climate deal will convince the United Nations that Americans support President Obama’s promise to cut carbon dioxide emissions. The cornerstone of Obama’s promise to the U.N. is called the “Clean Power Plan.” Developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the plan is a […]

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The Truth About Dan Rather’s Deceptive Reporting on George W. Bush

So you’re an art connoisseur who likes the works of Gilbert Stuart, the early American artist famous for his portraits of George Washington. Someone wants to sell you an original Stuart portrait of Washington he claims he found in someone’s attic. It looks good enough—old canvas, faded oils, facial resemblance—but there is one little problem. […]

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Must Watch: Ted Cruz Exposes Every Trick of the Washington Cartel; Explains Why Americans Are Frustrated

by The Conservative Papers | October 30, 2015 Sen. Cruz: The Budget Deal Is a Corrupt Betrayal of the American People Senator Ted Cruz is becoming more and more impressive by the day.  The next day after winning the CNBC Republican Presidential Debate in Colorado with the line of the night, he traveled to Washington DC […]

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The Constitution’s Lost Clauses

Those who drafted the Constitution and subsequent amendments labored over every word that would be included in our charter of liberty. But today some clauses have limited application and others have been swept under the rug entirely. Have you ever heard of the Contract Clause, the Coinage Clause, or the Origination Clause? The Pacific Legal […]

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House Republicans Move to Impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen

House Republicans, enraged by the inaction that has hindered federal investigations into the IRS, introduced a resolution Tuesday to impeach Commissioner John Koskinen, charging him of lying under oath and failing to respond to subpoenas for evidence. House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Jason Chaffetz declared in the four articles of impeachment that Koskinen “engaged in […]

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62 House Republicans Join Democrats to Clear Path for Vote Reviving Export-Import Bank

The House of Representatives moved one step closer to bringing the Export-Import Bank back from the dead Monday after 62 Republicans teamed up with 184 House Democrats to force a vote to reauthorize the embattled agency. Despite opposition from the vast majority of Republicans, the House passed a motion to discharge a bill reauthorizing Ex-Im […]

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