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    5 Ways Congress Can Help the Military Keep America Safe

    Washington’s annual appropriations circus will start soon, and there’s lots  of work to be done — especially in the realm of defense. Two rounds of automatic cuts arising from budget sequestration, compounded by earlier cuts requested by President Obama, have taken a toll at the Pentagon. Army Chief of Staff … More

    A Soviet Central Planner Would Blush at What House Republicans Voted For

    Every five years, Congress takes a holiday from the principles that made this country  great and turns to central planning policies that were in vogue in 1933. This nightmare holiday is the farm bill. Right on cue, the current Republican-led House passed a nearly $1 trillion farm bill Wednesday that … More

    Mr. President, We Want Real Health Care Reform, Not Obamacare

    In his State of the Union speech, President Obama challenged opponents of his health care law to share their plans for health reform. That is a welcome invitation. So-called opponents of Obamacare are not opponents of health reform. As a matter of fact, the need for reform – including curbing … More

    Charles Krauthammer Explains Obama's Lawlessness in 50 Seconds

    During an interview on Fox News’ “Special Report,” columnist Charles Krauthammer called President Obama’s executive actions “unbelievably unconstitutional” and lawless. Krauthammer pointed to a double standard in Washington and asserted that if the President were a Republican, “the people would be up in arms and would be impeaching.” >>> Check … More

    A Super Bowl Commercial Guaranteed to Bring You Chills

    On January 8, Army 1st Lt. Chuck Nadd left his eight-month mission in Afghanistan to come home. He knew he’d be greeted by his girlfriend. But he didn’t know his hometown — and Budweiser cameras — were waiting for him, too. Thanks to careful coordination with girlfriend Shannon Cantwell, Lt. … More

    Meet the Senator Who Has Most Vigorously Opposed Amnesty

    Last year, when the “Gang of Eight” immigration bill headed to the Senate floor, Jeff Sessions filed no less than 15 amendments. It was pretty clear the junior senator from Alabama was out to kill the bill. In person Sessions doesn’t look like the bill-slayer type. Polite and affable, he … More

    It's Time for Welfare Programs to Require Work, Not Subsidize Idleness

    For a half century, Washington has endlessly enlarged the welfare state, piling one program on top of another, adding layer after layer of spending. In his State of the Union address Jan. 28, President Obama proposed yet another round of welfare spending. Since the beginning of the War on Poverty … More

    How Liberal or Conservative Is Your State?

    Pop culture and media may tilt left, but Americans were much more likely to self-identify as conservatives rather than liberals in 2013, according to a Gallup poll released on Friday. The poll—part of Gallup’s “State of the States” survey that randomly samples 178,527 adults living in all 50 states and … More