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Although a bill to provide funding for Homeland Security again had majority support, a Democratic filibuster (joined by Republican Dean Heller) again stopped it cold.  Heller and the Democrats are insisting that it is better to leave Homeland Security unfunded than to prevent Obama's amnesties... Read More
The Senate will vote for the fourth time on whether to consider a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security while also prohibiting any funding for Obama's amnesty programs.  Democrats are expected to filibuster, which means 60 votes will be needed to bring up the bill for debate.Dean Hel... Read More
Even some Democrats insist on speaking the truth about Islamic terrorism, defying the White House lead.
Sen. Ted Cruz has pointed out the obvious truth about funding the Department of Homeland Security - only Democrats stand in the way of funding.  The House passed a funding bill, 53 Senate Republicans have voted in support.  If not for a Democratic filibuster and Obama's veto threat, fundin... Read More
Michael McConnell reviews the judicial ruling that blocked implementation of Obama's latest amnesty program.
Intense conservative pressure has prevented even Senate Majority Leader McConnell from giving in to Obama on amnesty.  Now conservatives must keep that pressure on Congress, and not allow the judicial ruling to become an excuse for passing a pro-amnesty bill funding the Department of Homeland S... Read More
The Obama administration has suspended implementation of the amnesty program that the President announced after last year's elections.
A Federal judge has temporarily blocked President Obama from proceeding with his amnesty program.  However, he has not ruled on the merits of the case, and even this ruling could be overturned by the Appeals Court.  Republicans in Congress must not be allowed to use this as an excuse to pa... Read More
Ashton Carter was confirmed as Secretary of Defense, with only five Republicans voting against him, after he promised to be an independent voice on military matters rather than a mouthpiece for the President.  Now the question is whether he will keep that promise, or make those who voted for hi... Read More
As members of Congress examine Obama's request to use military force, criticism is mounting.


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