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    Cruz: 4 Reasons Obama’s Use of Executive Orders 'Ought to Concern Everyone'

    “We are ruled by laws and not men. And no man is above the law — especially the President.” This was the theme of Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) conversation with Glenn Beck on The Blaze’s radio show Tuesday, and the same message Cruz has vocalized since the President’s State of … More

    You Won't Believe How Many Working Hours Obamacare Is Killing

    Today, the Congressional Budget Office updated an estimate on the reductions of employment due to Obamacare.  Previously, the CBO had projected that Obamacare would lead to a reduction of around 800,000 full time equivalent jobs.  Unsurprisingly, the estimate has been nearly tripled, amounting to a 2.3 million reduction in employment. … More

    Let Them Eat Cupcakes: 11-Year-Old Entrepreneur’s Dreams Crushed by Overregulation

    Like aspiring American entrepreneurs throughout our country’s history, 11-year-old Chloe Stirling wanted to help herself by helping others. Determined to save money for a car when she comes of age, Chloe baked, sold, and donated cupcakes for two years. She ran her business, called, “Hey, Cupcake!” out of her parents’ … More

    New CBO Report: $514 Billion Deficit in 2014, Surging to Trillions by 2022

    The nation’s fiscal situation is much worse today than when President Obama first took office. Public debt borrowed in credit markets stands at 73.6 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), a level last seen after World War II. And yet, the news and many lawmakers will tout a very different … More

    George Will: Media Should Regard IRS Scandal Like Watergate, Iran-Contra

    Commentator George F. Will thinks the targeting of conservative groups by the IRS joins Watergate and Iran-Contra as one of the three most serious presidential scandals of the past 40 years. The difference, Will said last night on Fox News’s “Special Report,” is that Republican presidents were part of those … More

    Would Singing Animals Get You to Sign Up for Obamacare?

    Obamacare advocates have turned to dogs, cats, birds, hamsters—and yes, even a turtle. The new Enroll America ad campaign that starts today relies on pets singing their love for you. >>> Check Out: Watch the Moment Small Business Employees Discover They Can’t Afford Obamacare “The thing about animals is that … More

    House Conservatives to Discuss 2014 Policy Agenda at 'Conversations' Event

    A week after House Republicans retreated to Maryland’s Eastern Shore to plot their policy agenda for 2014, some of the chamber’s leading conservatives will gather on Capitol Hill this week to share their perspectives. Wednesday marks the next Conversations with Conservatives event. The monthly briefing begins at 11 a.m. ET. The … More

    "I Don't Know How President Obama Thinks That He's Helping Us"

    On Super Bowl Sunday, Bill O’Reilly asked President Obama what many Americans are probably wondering. “Was it the biggest mistake of your presidency to tell the nation over and over, ‘If you like your insurance, you can keep your insurance’?” >>> Check Out: How Some Senate Farm Bill Provisions Help … More

    How Some Farm Bill Provisions Help Special Interests – And Hurt the Taxpayer

    Tomorrow, the Senate will have a chance to address real reform and the needs of the public, or to go with the status quo and the welfare of special interests. The New Farm Bill, which is expected to be up for a vote in the Senate tomorrow: Spends More than … More

    Two Mistakes This Video Makes About the Minimum Wage

    President Obama urged Congress to raise the minimum wage in his State of the Union address. His campaign group, Organizing for Action, has a video out with the same message—and it makes two big (but common) mistakes about the minimum wage. >>> See our infographic, “Should We Raise the Minimum … More