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Republican Senator Dean Heller joined with all Senate Democrats to block a House-passed bill that would fund the Department of Homeland Security and prohibit spending on Obama's illegal amnesty programs.If the Senate continues to block passage of the bill, the Department will have no funding after F... Read More
The President's proposal to increase spending and taxes got a negative response from key members of Congress.
The Senate could vote today on a bill to fully fund the Department of Homeland Security while prohibiting any spending on the President's amnesty program.  However, Democrats are expected to filibuster the vote, preferring that DHS get no money at all if they cannot have amnesty. Read More
Scott Rasmussen has some perceptive comments on how to understand Washington's budget talk.
Jon Feere points out that the House has passed a bill to fund Homeland Security, and Senate Republicans are ready to pass it.  However, Senate Democrats (and President Obama) say that they will not accept the bill because it prohibits spending money on amnesty for illegal aliens.  Obama an... Read More
With the GOP now in control, the Senate reversed last year's decision and voted to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.
While promising a February vote on repealing ObamaCare, Rep. Kevin McCarthy implies that the GOP leadership is ready to let Obama continue with his amnesty program.
Byron York points out that public opinion is against President Obama's plan to increase immigration into the United States.
Sen. Ted Cruz has called for Majority Leader McConnell to use every means to prevent the nomination of Loretta Lynch as Attorney General.
Micah Morrison of the New York Post provides a reminder of why the next Attorney General should appoint a Special Counsel to investigate the IRS targeting of conservative groups.


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