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    One Month After Being Fired by RSC, Paul Teller Will Join Ted Cruz's Office

    A month after being dismissed by the Republican Study Committee, longtime congressional staffer Paul Teller has been hired as deputy chief of staff by Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). Cruz said in a statement: Paul’s many years of experience working in Congress and his tireless work to advance conservative principles make … More

    Pope Francis Unquestionably Condemns Abortion As Wrong

    Pope Francis is making news this morning after he suggested that abortion “kills children who will never see the light of day.” The popular Pope, who has consistently spoken against abortion, raises the issue just 10 days before the anniversary of Roe v. Wade. He noted that abortion is part … More

    Even in Spanish, HealthCare.gov a Mess

    Thought you were done with bulk of problems stemming from HealthCare.gov? Think again. Even as problems still abound on the English side, new reports show that the Spanish-language version of HealthCare.gov is causing its own headaches. Released two months late, CuidadoDeSalud.gov includes confusing language scattered in both English and Spanish … More

    Obama's Unconstitutional "Recess" Appointments Come Before the Supreme Court

    Remember President Obama’s “recess” appointments—that really weren’t during a Senate recess? The Supreme Court is hearing arguments today in a case that highlights problematic appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), which oversees labor unions in America. Three federal appellate courts have struck down these recess appointments as unconstitutional. … More

    Conversations with Conservatives: Watch Live Today at 11 a.m. ET

    Members of Congress face a deadline this week to keep the government funded — a decision that will once again put the spotlight on House conservatives who may balk at the $1.012 trillion “omnibus” spending bill. This Wednesday, you’ll have an opportunity to hear directly about the most important debates … More

    Share One of These to Let the President Know You Haven't Forgotten

    In 2009, President Obama threatened those who criticized Obamacare: “If you misrepresent what’s in this plan, we will call you out.” But as Obamacare unfolded in 2013, it was clear the President and his Administration were the only ones misrepresenting the law. Now, Mr. President, we’re calling you out. In our … More

    How the War on Poverty Was Lost

    On Jan. 8, 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson used his State of the Union address to announce an ambitious government undertaking. “This administration today, here and now,” he thundered, “declares unconditional war on poverty in America.” Fifty years later, we’re losing that war. Fifteen percent of Americans still live in … More

    Navy SEAL from "Lone Survivor" Sets This Journalist Straight on What It Means to Protect America

    Movie critics have called “Lone Survivor” the best war-time movie since “Saving Private Ryan.” The film — based on the true story of Navy SEALs on a mission in Afghanistan — caused CNN’s Jake Tapper to question the operation that took the lives of 19 men. The Navy SEALs were tasked … More