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As part of an automatic phone call blitz across the country, The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is repeating the thoroughly debunked claim that the House Republican budget “would end Medicare” Politico has a sample script: Hi. This is Julie calling from the...
Special interest money easily overrides the ability of individual constituents when enacting laws, whether you live in California or many other states. In California, an initiative is being proposed that will make some very important changes for individual constituents,...
Government Agrees it Will Not Prosecute Any Criminal Action Against Gibson - After many weeks of negotiation, Gibson has settled all issues with the U.S. Government and the Department of Justice. CEO Henry Juszkiewicz commented, "We felt compelled to...
A letter to John Boehner from National Review’s Andrew McCarthy, Ret. General Gerry Boykin, and former Director of Central Intelligence James Woolsey discusses the necessity to address the danger posed by influence operations mounted by the Muslim Brotherhood against...
When the Environmental Protection Agency rolls out the red tape, small businesses often get tangled in the mess. http://youtu.be/lYcZwKcEy8A
In a recent analysis on Market Watch, Rex Nutting says Americans who think there has been a large increase of federal spending under President Obama’s watch are wrong. From the analysis: Over Obama’s four budget years, federal spending is on...
The National Defense Resources Preparedness executive order (Executive Order 13603) is an order of the President of the United States, signed by President Barack Obama on March 16, 2012. The purpose of this executive order is to delegate authority and address national defense resource policies and...
The world economy is in trouble, and governments are making things worse. Here's the story, right out of the pages of the 2012 Index of Economic Freedom, published Thursday by the Heritage Foundation and The Wall Street Journal: "Rapid expansion...
The Federal Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. has suggested that the use of wood from India that is not finished by Indian workers is illegal, not because of U.S. law, but because it is the Justice Department's interpretation...
Americans arriving in London often remark that the headlines look like news from another planet, not another country. They see alien phrases such as "fuel poverty," which appeared in an early-July Daily Mirror op-ed about Britain's costly green energy policy: "As...
In September, the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are expected to release new Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards, raising the average required mpg standard to as high as 62 mpg by 2025. Having already passed...
Summary: This May 1991 memo was written by Mohamed Akram, a.k.a. Mohamed Adlouni, for the Shura Council of the Muslim Brotherhood. In the introductory letter, Akram referenced a "long-term plan…approved and adopted" by the Shura Council in 1987 and proposed...
Farmers in California are losing their land, their crops,and their livelihood because of a 2-inch fish. Ainsley Earhardt brings us this special investigation. Central Valley is considered by many to be the richest and most productive Farmland in the...
115 STAT. 224 PUBLIC LAW 107–40—SEPT. 18, 2001 Public Law 107–40 107th Congress Joint Resolution Sept. 18, 2001 To authorize the use of United States Armed Forces against those responsible for the recent attacks launched against the United...