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    A Timeline of Obamacare Delays in Pictures

    Obamacare is now four years old. But unlike most 4-year-olds, it still can’t walk on its own. It’s been tripping and falling over itself for years. Just in the last year, the Obama administration has delayed or changed so many parts of the law—not to mention the technical “glitches”—it’s tough … More

    Pro-Life Activist: Abortion Industry Hurts, Not Empowers, Women

    In a speech challenging the abortion industry and its portrayals in today’s mainstream culture, pro-life activist Lila Rose, president of Live Action, criticized the “system” that has been “set up against women, not to empower us but to hurt us.” “Abortion has been sold to us as empowerment,” Rose said, … More

    WATCH: Americans in Every State Affected by Obamacare

    Happy fourth birthday, Obamacare! From sea to shining sea, in blue states and in red states, people are struggling with the negative effects of Obamacare, including higher premiums, cancelled insurance policies, and new policies that don’t include patients’ current doctors.  Watch this video to see news reports of Americans in … More

    Two States Can Now Require Proof of Citizenship Before Voter Registration

    In a big victory for election integrity, Arizona and Kansas — led by their Secretaries of State, Ken Bennett and Kris Kobach — have obtained an order from a federal judge allowing them to enforce their proof-of-citizenship requirement for voter registration. In a decision issued on March 19, Judge Eric … More

    Why You Could Be the Next Obama Ambassador (Hint: No Experience Needed)

    “I’m no real expert on China.” Sobering words to hear from the man nominated by President Obama to be U.S. ambassador to China. That’s what Sen. Max Baucus said during his confirmation hearing in January when asked some detailed questions about U.S.-China policy. At least Mr. Baucus had actually been … More

    The Gamble Washington Is Taking on National Security

    President Obama is shrinking America’s armed forces, and his admirers say: “Why not?” The U.S. always draws down its military forces at the end of wars. Just look at what happened after World War II, Vietnam and the end of the Cold War. Mr. Obama, they say, is merely adjusting … More

    It Doesn't Matter if You're Conservative or Liberal. You Should Believe in Religious Freedom.

    Across social media last week, some in the Twittersphere claimed family businesses fighting for a fundamental freedom want to impose their religious and moral beliefs on their employees. Nothing could be further from the truth. The distortion is part of a fierce national argument into which the Supreme Court is about to … More

    Belligerent Bureaucrats Bully Farmer: EPA Threatens $75,000 in Fines for Duck Pond

    Andy Johnson’s land is drenched in his blood, sweat, and tears—and he’s willing to go bankrupt to keep it that way. In fact, he just might have to: The Environmental Protection Agency is threatening to extract $75,000 a day from him for building, on his own land, an unauthorized duck … More

    The Obama Administration's Push for More 'Endangered Species' Is Hurting U.S. Energy

    Oklahoma’s attorney general has filed what could become a landmark lawsuit against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, arguing the so-called “sue and settle” procedure for listing animals and plants on the endangered and threatened list violates the federal Endangered Species Act. Scott Pruitt filed the complaint late Monday on … More

    Ted Cruz Leads GOP's Fight Against IMF Expansion in Ukraine Aid Package

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D–Nev.) is facing a revolt among Republicans for adding controversial language to an aid package for Ukraine. The Senate is expected to vote on the Ukraine measure next week. The controversial provisions, which have support of the Obama administration and liberals from both parties, would … More