As the Senate debated the Gang of Eight’s immigration reform legislation Wednesday, several Republican members of Congress and Hispanic community leaders came together outside the Capitol to voice their opposition to the bill.
Even though it’s going to be forced on them thanks to Obamacare, one in four young Americans believe that “they are healthy enough to go without health insurance.”
Some groups like Young Invincibles are marketing health care to young adults as a good investment, while data and public opinion says otherwise.
As Tea Party members assembled together to fight for the termination of the Internal Revenue Service, the movement which was once thought to be thrown overboard and left for dead saw a resurrection.
Gary Pruitt, the president of the Associated Press, believes that the Justice Department should implement five different guidelines to make sure that the department’s “massive and unprecedented intrusion” of journalists at the AP doesn’t happen again.
Kids get into themselves into all sorts of trouble these days – breaking the law, trying drugs, smoking alcohol… wait, did you say smoking alcohol?!
The House Republican Conference released its latest web video Wednesday, which calls on Senate Democrats to act now to avoid having the federal student loan interest rate double on July 1.
All it took for Tea Party members to become completely energized at a morning immigration rally was a few children, a little singing and a lot of Michele Bachmann. Tea Party protesters gathered outside of the Capitol at the all-day immigration press conference — hosted by U.S. Reps Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) and Steve King (R-Iowa)… Read Article ›
UNION LEADER — The organizers of the Mayors Against Illegal Guns campaign on Wednesday apologized for including Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev among a list of shooting victims’ names that were read during a demonstration in Concord on Tuesday.
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Legendary news anchorman Ron Burgundy is back, and he’s more “burgundy-er” than ever before.
USA TODAY — Even at the fast-food joint, nutrition matters.
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THE DAILY CALLER — A professor at a community college in Tennessee allegedly ordered students in her general psychology class to wear “Rainbow Coalition” ribbons for an entire day to advertise support for the advancement of gay and lesbian political causes.
Read more at The Daily Caller.
THE HILL — Former Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.) said Wednesday that he may mount a primary challenge to Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) in their state’s 2016 Senate primary.
Read more at The Hill.
Serena Williams is currently under-fire for her controversial comments about the Steubenville, Ohio rape case, in which she essentially blamed the victim.
One thing you may not be expecting while watching the NBA Finals: a sales pitch for Obamacare.
A bill banning abortions after 20 weeks passed in the Republican-led House of Representatives on Tuesday mostly along party lines with a vote of 228-196.
There were, however, a few representatives, both Republican and Democratic, who broke party lines and voted in an unexpected way on the far-reaching bill.
The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, passed 228-196 by the House of Representatives yesterday, resulted in an immediate firestorm of critical hyperbole. President Obama’s Organizing for Action asserted in an email that the bill is one of the “most unbelievable, unconstitutional attacks on women’s health in a long time.”
NBC NEWS — For those living on the Cold War’s front line, one sentence spoken in German secured John F. Kennedy’s place in their hearts forever.
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USA TODAY — Michael Hastings, a native Vermonter and a journalist widely known for his profile in Rolling Stone magazine of a general who commanded U.S. forces in Afghanistan, was killed Tuesday in a car crash in Los Angeles, according to multiple reports.
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