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Avoiding GOP Immigration Reform Self-Sabotage, Pt. 3: "Conservatives for Comprehensive Immigration Reform"

Avoiding GOP Immigration Reform Self-Sabotage, Pt. 3:

The Republican establishment, as it might be called, consists of its "professional class" — past and present political office holders, consultants, pundits, heads of various Republican constituency groups, and associated think tanks and personnel. Collectively, they might be considered the ...

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Hillary Stacks the Benghazi Select Committee

Hillary Stacks the Benghazi Select Committee

On Wednesday, Democrats deigned to join Republicans on the House Select Committee investigating Benghazi, primarily to protect Hillary Clinton’s reputation in particular, and the Obama administration’s in general. Toward that end they will likely do what they always do whenever their ...

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Avoiding GOP Immigration Self-Sabotage, Pt. 2: Tea Party vs. Establishment

Avoiding GOP Immigration Self-Sabotage, Pt. 2: Tea Party vs. Establishment

One of the most basic forms of self-sabotage is unnecessary warfare among parties that essentially agree with each other. However, another form of self-sabotage is denying that important differences exist among like-minded parties and not clarifying them so the differences can receive a fair ...

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Boko Haram: Move Along, Nothing To See Here

 Boko Haram: Move Along, Nothing To See Here

[Continuing  series from the Capital Research Center on deception in politics and policy.]

Last week we took a look at the Obama administration’s deception campaign about Benghazi and Al Qaeda.

A key part of that con involves Boko Haram, the Al Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group that ...

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Avoiding GOP Immigration Reform Self-Sabotage, Pt. 1: The Primaries Trap!

Avoiding GOP Immigration Reform Self-Sabotage, Pt. 1: The Primaries Trap!

Rushing to pass a Republican immigration bill in the House before August makes no policy or political sense for a number of reasons. There is little time left to reach agreement among Republicans. The congressional elections are only four months away and Republicans will be a much better position ...

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Judicial Watch Obtains 106-Page HHS Document Revealing Scope of Obamacare Rollout Disaster

HHS records reveal that Obamacare received only one enrollment on first day of operation; 48% of registrations failed on second day 

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released a 106-page documentobtained on May 1 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), revealing that ...

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Flooding NYC’s Food-Stamp Rolls:

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has removed the requirement that able-bodied, childless adults must work, or at least seek work, in order to remain eligible for food-stamp assistance.

INTRODUCTION Early Life and Name Change

Bill de Blasio was born Warren Wilhelm Jr. on May 8, 1961 in New York ...

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Passing Immigration Reform: Republican and Democratic Dilemmas, Pt. 2

If Republicans in the Senate or the House pass immigration bills, Democrats will be in a tough spot. They could, and many would be tempted, to turn away from a Republican bill because:

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Passing Immigration Reform: Republican and Democratic Dilemmas, Pt. 1

The president may well be suffering the pangs of a legacy hunger, but Republicans won't be able to help him satisfy it with real immigration reform if they don't act. And, the immigration clock is ticking whether the Republicans act or not.

On the very positive side, political scientist John Sidesestimates ...

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