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U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller welcomed Dan Sullivan into the U.S. Senate race in Alaska
Mark Levin explained tonight how Congress has gotten Obama to get one of his flunkies at the Office of Personnel Management to announce that the “government can continue to make a contribution to the health care premiums of members of Congress and their aides”.
President Barack Obama praised Muslim Americans on Thursday for their contributions in helping build the nation as business entrepreneurs, technology innovators and pioneers in medicine.
A chaplain at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Alaska was ordered to remove a religious column he had written titled, “No Atheists in Foxholes: Chaplains Gave all in World War II,” because it allegedly offended atheists serving on the Air Force base.
The British government has brought in two vans to circle around London, displaying billboards that warn undocumented immigrants to “Go Home Or Face Arrest.”
Ten College Republicans were dubbed a security threat and refused admittance to President Barack Obama’s speech at the University of Central Missouri on Wednesday.
One of the most severely wounded survivors of the Benghazi terror attack, Diplomatic Security agent David Ubben risked his life to help save his fellow Americans, and is still being treated at Walter Reed medical center, according to Fox News.
A brewing Republican versus Republican fight over whether to use a government funding measure to choke off Obamacare is splitting the party ahead of this fall’s budget battles.
The obituary of Rep. Justin Amash’s amendment to claw back the sweeping powers of the National Security Agency has largely been written as a victory for the White House and NSA chief Keith Alexander, who lobbied the Hill aggressively in the days and hours ahead of Wednesday’s shockingly close vote. But Hill sources say most of the credit for the amendment’s defeat goes to someone else: House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.