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Jindal on Running for President: ‘We Have to Win the War of Ideas First’

In an exclusive interview with The Foundry, Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-La.) said he’s open to running for president in 2016, but he first wants conservatives to win the war of ideas and win at the ballot box this year.

The Foundry’s Genevieve Wood sat down with Jindal at The Heritage Foundation’s ...

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KeyWiki: Eddie Bernice Johnson, Progressive Marxist Texas Democrat

KeyWiki: Eddie Bernice Johnson, Progressive Marxist Texas Democrat

Eddie Bernice Johnson represents the Dallas area 30th Congressional District of Texas. She is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and in the 107th Congress served as Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus.

Background of Eddie Bernice Johnson

From Waco Texas, Congresswoman Johnson ...

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KeyWiki: Sheila Jackson-Lee , Progressive Marxist Texas Democrat

KeyWiki: Sheila Jackson-Lee , Progressive Marxist Texas Democrat

Sheila Jackson-Lee is a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives, representing the 18th District of Texas. She is a member and a former Vice Chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, as well as a member of the Congressional Black Caucus.

Background of Sheila Jackson Lee

Sheila ...

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Andrew Cuomo’s Election-Year Right Turn

City Journal
With no serious opposition to his left, New York’s governor pushes tax relief.

In the last eight months, New York governor Andrew Cuomo has proposed two major economic and tax initiatives that have spurred intense opposition from factions on the left. Last June, liberal advocacy groups ...

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JW Confronts “One-Man Congress” with Obamacare Appeal

JW Confronts “One-Man Congress” with Obamacare Appeal

There is no doubt Barack Obama and everyone involved in advancing the Obamacare monstrosity would love for Judicial Watch to simply go away. But you know by now that’s just not going to happen.

And that’s just what happened on February 27, when we filed an appellate briefwith the U.S. Court of ...

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Judicial Watch Files Appellate Brief in Kawa Orthodontics Case against “Unlawful” Obama Administration Delay of Obamacare “Employer Mandate”

Lawsuit is Only Legal Challenge to Obama’s Delay of Obamacare Employer Mandate 

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch filed its appellate briefon Thursday, February 27 with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in its litigation on behalf of Kawa Orthodontics, LLP. against the U.S. ...

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Obama's High Cost Luxury

Obama's High Cost Luxury

High-Flying Obamas Send Taxpayers $7,396,531.20 Tab

Just when you thought that it couldn’t get any worse, President Obama has set a new record for lavish gallivanting at taxpayer expense. Newly released travel records obtained by Judicial Watch from the U.S. Department of the Air Force reveal that ...

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The Birth of Direct Democracy: What Progressivism Did to the States

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The Progressives’ impatience with the Constitution, their antipathy for checks on government, and their longing to delegate power to administrative experts have had a lasting impact on American politics as Progressivism has gradually been carried forward in successive liberal waves ...

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No Retreat on Flood Insurance Reform

The House is slated next week to decide whether taxpayers will continue to subsidize flood insurance for private property. The pending legislation would rescind reforms adopted in 2012 to stem the debt incurred by the government’s unworkable insurance scheme. But a variety of legislative ...

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