Announcing His Lawless Executive Action on Immigration, Obama Took Aim at Strawmen

On Thursday night, President Obama called for reasonable debate while attacking an army of strawmen: those who want to rip children out of the arms of parents, deport college graduates, close off the country to immigration and those who want to do nothing to fix our broken immigration system. There’s just one catch: nobody is […]

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Congressman Seeks to End Program He Calls ‘More Dangerous’ Than IRS Scandal

Calling a secretive government operation to strangle politically out-of-favor businesses “more dangerous” than the IRS targeting scandal, a congressman with a background in banking is preparing to introduce legislation to kill the Obama administration initiative. “I believe this activity is probably more dangerous and more disastrous than that of the IRS scandal because this is running people […]

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Congress Needs to Remain Engaged on the ICANN Transition

The U.S. National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) has contracted with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to manage core functions of the Internet since ICANN was established in 1998, including managing policy and technical features of the Internet’s domain name system (DNS). Since the establishment of ICANN, the federal government has […]

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President Obama on Jonathan Gruber: He’s ‘Some Adviser Who Never Worked on Our Staff’

In an attempt to distance himself from Jonathan Gruber, President Obama is downplaying the Obamacare architect’s role in the crafting of his signature health care law. During a press conference at the G20 summit in Brisbane, Australia, Obama said Gruber was “some adviser who never worked on our staff.” Over the last week, six videos have […]

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Obama’s Struggling to Handle Foreign Policy Crises. Here Are 6 Changes We Can Make.

Foreign affairs may not have played a big part in the midterm elections, but that doesn’t mean all is well with current foreign policy. A CBS poll the week before the election found only 34 percent of Americans approved of the president’s handling of foreign policy. Within our foreign policy establishment, there is widespread bipartisan […]

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3 Lawmakers Offer Their Political Smarts to Head This ‘Study’ Group

One of a trio of Republican congressmen will take over a conservative caucus in the U.S. House with  a 40-year history that some members see as compromised. Although a front-runner has emerged, insiders warn a bump in support for a candidate favored by House leadership could affect the outcome. Next Tuesday, three lawmakers seek the chairmanship […]

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13 Things You Should Know About the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Its Anniversary

Thirty-two years ago today, after a week of honoring American veterans, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated in Washington, D.C. With more than 4 million visitors each year, the Vietnam Memorial is a beautiful tribute to the heroes of the Vietnam War. A child’s silhouette is reflected on the surface of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial […]

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