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Cruz: Kerry Should Resign Over Comments on Israel

Cruz: Kerry Should Resign Over Comments on Israel

Sen. Ted Cruz (R–Texas) yesterday called for John Kerry to resign as secretary of state over his use of the word “apartheid” in reference to Israel. Cruz characterized Kerry’s recent comments as the latest demonstration of the secretary’s willingness to put “the wishes of the international ...

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Republican Party Suicide Watch – Revolt Or Die On Amnesty/Obamacare

Republican Party Suicide Watch – Revolt Or Die On Amnesty/Obamacare

So, the elites in the Republican Party figure that they don’t need the approval of conservative voters anymore apparently. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (D-WA) came out and flatly statedwhat we all knew was coming if the Progressive Republicans got their way: Obamacare is here to stay and Amnesty ...

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Major IRS Scandal News

Major IRS Scandal News

New Documents Show IRS, DOJ Collusion on Potential Prosecution of Tax Exempt Groups 

Your Judicial Watch announced a major find this week in its independent investigation of the Obama IRS scandal in which the IRS improperly targeted conservative groupsfor extra scrutiny when they applied for ...

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De Blasio Ends NYC Anti-Terrorism Program

The NYPD’s Demographics Unit, which had been tasked with tracking the activities of local Muslim student groups and mosques, is disbanded.

Introduction

De Blasio Early Life and Name Change

Bill de Blasio was born Warren Wilhelm Jr. on May 8, 1961 in New York City and grew up in Cambridge, ...

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Immigration's Impact on Republican Political Prospects, 1980 to 2012

Immigration's Impact on Republican Political Prospects, 1980 to 2012

James Gimpel is a professor of government at the University of Maryland, College Park. This is an updated version of a previous CIS Backgrounder published in 2010.

This Backgrounderexamines the partisan political implications of large-scale immigration. A comparison of voting patterns in ...

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Beck Debunks Chicom/Reid Solar Plan Story, but Reid Has Another One

Beck Debunks Chicom/Reid Solar Plan Story, but Reid Has Another One

DC Independent Examiner

The Blaze yesterday reported that the Communist Chinese energy company ENN, which had planned to build a massive solar energy complex on 9,000 acres in Clark County, Nevada, gave up on the project last June. On Friday, this column had erroneously reportedthe project as being ...

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Records Reveal Obamas' Ireland Trip Cost Taxpayers $7,921,638.66

Records Reveal Obamas' Ireland Trip Cost Taxpayers $7,921,638.66

Judicial Watch Obtains Records Revealing Obamas’ 2013 Ireland Trip, Including First Lady’s Dublin Sightseeing Jaunt, Cost Taxpayers $7,921,638.66 

Secret Service security for First Lady Dublin trip cost $251,161.86 

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it has obtained records ...

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Issa Report Slams Dem Collaboration with the IRS

Issa Report Slams Dem Collaboration with the IRS

A bombshell report released by House Oversight and Government Reform Committee chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) completely refutes Democratic Party talking points that the IRS scandal involved unwarranted targeting of both liberal and conservative groups. “Time and again, (Democrats) have ...

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Voter Fraud and Voter ID Laws

Dealing a devastating blow to Democrat claims that Voter ID laws are unnecessary because voter fraud is exceedingly rare, a new report from the North Carolina State Board of Elections reveals tens of thousands of documented voter-fraud cases that occurred in 2012 alone — just among voters ...

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