Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) proved this week he most certainly is not a Belieber and could care less about the singer-turned-rapper-turned-inmate.

President Barack Obama just might be donning some camo, slinging a 12-gauge over his shoulder and heading out to the woods for a good, old-fashioned hunt, at least if this "Duck Dynasty" star has his way.

Jimmy Kimmel exposed the stupidity of some Americans once again with the "Confusion Question of the Day" on his show Thursday night.

"Tonight Show" host and funnyman Jimmy Fallon sent a message Wednesday night that his show isn't a playground for liberal bullies to stomp on Republicans, as Fallon took several jabs at President Barack Obama for his signature healthcare law and wimpy foreign policy.

Andrew Jarvis, an architect who splits his time working and living between New York and Pennsylvania, learned that in order to avoid New York taxes he needed to live in his Philadelphia home 51 percent of the year. He turned to taking selfies.


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Dave Camp to retire

WASHINGTON POST -- Rep. Dave Camp (R-Mich.), chairman of the powerful tax-writing House Ways and Means Committee, plans to retire after his current term, according to a GOP lawmaker and a senior aide familiar with his plans.

Read more at The Washington Post.

No clear path to NSA reform on Hill

THE HILL — President Obama’s proposal to end government collection of Americans’ phone records is expected to face a rocky path on Capitol Hill as lawmakers and pressure groups disagree on details and the scope of NSA reform.

Read more at The Hill.

Rep. Mike Rogers to retire

POLITICO -- Michigan Rep. Mike Rogers is not seeking re-election to Congress, ending a 14-year career in Washington.

Read more at POLITICO.

Congress approves Ukraine aid

FOX NEWS -- Congress spoke with one voice against Russia's annexation of Crimea, passing legislation in the House and Senate giving help to cash-strapped Ukraine and imposing sanctions against Russia.

Read more at FOX News.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) isn't looking to the skyrocketing cost of premiums or glitch-filled federal exchange as cause for Obamacare's dismal enrollment numbers. Instead, Reid said the fault lies with people who are "not educated on how to use the Internet."


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Jews ordered to register in east Ukraine

USA TODAY — Jews in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk where pro-Russian militants have taken over government buildings were told they have to "register" with the Ukrainians who are trying to make the city become part of Russia, according to Israeli media.

Read more at USA Today

Obama admin planning fixes to immigration

THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER — House Democrats, who are stepping up the pressure on Republicans to take up comprehensive immigration reform legislation, said Tuesday the Obama administration is getting ready to take executive action on the matter very soon.

Read more at The Washington Examiner

Cantor blasts Obama

THE HILL — President Obama called House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) to prod Republicans to bring up immigration reform, but the conversation apparently did not go well.

Read more at The Hill

Judge Overturns North Dakota's Abortion Law

NPR -- A federal judge has struck down a North Dakota law banning abortions if a fetal heartbeat can be detected, calling the law "invalid and unconstitutional."

Read more at NPR.

German Shepherd called to jury duty

ASSOCIATED PRESS -- BRIDGETON, N.J. — At least one prospective juror in New Jersey could take a bite out of crime.


Politically correct wolf, polite sheep's clothing

The Left is the most guilty offender of hijacking the English lexicon, and has of late been putting their PC pedal to the metal. There is a term for every issue, be it about firearms, abortion, or gender.

Ted Cruz to Jeb Bush: 'Rule of law matters'

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) hardly see eye-to-eye on the issue of immigration reform, and while Bush doesn't see crossing the border illegally as a felony, Cruz believes "rule of law matters."

Holder: Time to explore gun tracking bracelets

In an attempt to promote gun safety, Attorney General Eric Holder told a panel of legislators Friday the Department of Justice wants to "explore" personalization technology that requires gun users to wear bracelets.

Gun advocates celebrate sharp drop in Chicago murder rate

WASHINGTON TIMES — Chicago police are reporting that the murder rate for the first quarter of the year is the lowest it’s been in more than 50 years, which gun advocates are attributing to a concealed carry law passed in Illinois last year.

Read more at The Washington Times.

Ga. Republican senate candidate sends Obama to voicemail in new ad

When it comes to opposition to the Affordable Care Act, Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.) isn't taking any calls from President Barack Obama — literally — as the Senate hopeful explained in a new campaign ad.


Sen. Angus King: "There's no such thing as Obamacare"

When it comes right down to it, there really is "no such thing as Obamacare," according to Sen. Angus King (I-Maine).

GOP Sen.: WH 'cooking the books' on Obamacare

DAILY CALLER NEWS FOUNDATION — Wyoming Republican Senator John Barrasso accused the Obama administration of “cooking the books” on Obamacare enrollment numbers, claiming the number of people who actually paid for coverage or were previously uninsured is lower than the White House is suggesting.

Read more at The Daily Caller.

Maryland to reportedly abandon $125M ObamaCare exchange for new system

FOX NEWS — With just days to go before open enrollment ends on March 31, Maryland officials are reportedly planning to abandon its glitch-ridden ObamaCare website and replace the health exchange with technology from Connecticut’s marketplace.

Read more at Fox News

Support for Obamacare dips to new low

Despite shelling out $52 million in only three months to promote the Affordable Care Act, support for President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law hit a new low, a new poll shows.

Obamacare enrollment passes 6 million

WASHINGTON EXAMINER -- With just four days left until the end of the open enrollment period, more than 6 million consumers have signed up for the health law's insurance exchanges, President Obama announced Thursday.

Read more at the Washington Examiner.