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David Grossack: Tea Party's Next Mission — Reform Legal System
The tea party's next mission? Reform the entire legal system.
Allen West to Become Fox News Contributor
Former Florida Rep. Allen West will join Fox News as a contributor, the network said on Thursday.
Ex-Tea Party Leader: Members Were 'Flat Scared' at IRS Intrusion
The former head of the San Antonio Tea Party in Texas says the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of his organization terrified so many members that nearly 50 percent quit the group.
30 Years Later, Dukes of Hazzard an Issue in Senate Race
Former Rep. Ben Jones has ripped his old friend Rep. Edward Markey, D-Mass., for keeping him out of a fundraiser for Markey's Senate campaign.
Poll: Young Adults Expect Premiums to Rise Under Obamacare
A strong majority of Americans aged 18 to 40 expect their health insurance premiums to rise under the Affordable Care Act, according to a survey of 801 people conducted by Public Opinion Strategies March 25 to April 9.
Ex-Rep. Buerkle Takes to the Airwaves
When she won one of the closest House races in the nation in 2010, Ann Marie Buerkle became a heroine to fellow conservatives and tea partiers nationwide.
No Barr to Pridemore Running for Congress
With Georgia Republican Phil Gingrey running for the U.S. Senate next year, national pundits have long assumed that former congressman and 2008 Libertarian presidential nominee Bob Barr was the runaway favorite for the GOP nomination in Gingrey's open 11th District.
Anti-Obamacare Dems in Tightest Election Races
The result of the 37th vote to repeal Obamacare by the Republican-controlled House came as no surprise.The vote was 229 to 195 and the repeal came down on party lines - almost.
GOP Targets Labor, Education, and HHS for Big Cuts
Republican House members are targeted the Labor, Education, and Health and Human Services department for 20 percent more in spending reductions in the coming year on top of sequester cuts made in March.
Republicans Split on Media Shield Law
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham has joined with Democratic Sen. Charles Schumer in co-sponsoring a bill granting legal protections to journalists following the disclosure that the Justice Department secretly seized phone records of Associated Press reporters.
Senate Immigration Group Courts Hatch to Generate Support
The bipartisan group crafting the Senate's immigration reform legislation is working behind the scenes to secure the support of Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch with the hope he can influence fellow GOP lawmakers to back the bill.
Huma Abedin Was Private Consultant While Serving Clinton at State
Huma Abedin, a top aide to Hillary Clinton and wife of former New York Congressman and mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner, was permitted to work as a private consultant while also serving out the last few months of her job at the State Department.
Sanford Vows Battle for Lower Spending, Smaller Government
Now that he has taken the oath of office for his second stint in the House of Representatives, Mark Sanford has revealed to Newsmax that the causes of lower spending and smaller government on which he first won election to Congress in 1994 are "more timely than ever" now.
Jeb Bush: America Can Be Great Again
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush says our best days lie ahead, but we must get back to what led us to greatness in the first place a focus on economic growth through a reliance on the free-enterprise system without government interference, and a strong emphasis on the...
Democrats Seek Obama's Help on Gay Partners in Immigration Bill
Senate Democrats, finding themselves caught between a rock and a hard place when it comes to addressing the issue of gay rights under immigration reform, are calling on President Obama for help, Politico reports. They re growing more and more uneasy about risking Republican...
Noem Considers Senate Run
Rep. Kristi Noem, R-S.D., is considering a Senate run in 2014, in an effort to capture the seat being left vacant by Democratic Sen. Tim Johnson, the Hill reports. Noem has made it clear she will take several months before making a decision on whether she'd take on former...
Mass. Senate Candidate Gabriel Gomez: Scandals Show DC is in 'Total Dysfunction'
Abuse of government power and a lack of transparency has people looking for a new face in the Senate, says Gabriel Gomez, who has captured the GOP nomination for the seat vacated by John Kerry when he was named Secretary of State. It's this total dysfunction down in DC, ...
Obama Taps Giffords for Fulbright Board
President Barack Obama is tapping former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords for the board that selects recipients for Fulbright scholarships.The Arizona Democrat resigned from Congress in 2012, a year after a gunman shot her at close range while she was greeting constituents in her...
Rep. Black: Repeal Obamacare, Keep Private Information Safe
The current IRS scandal makes her wary of the tax-collecting agency which also will be entrusted to implement Obamacare, Rep. Diane Black, R-Tenn., says.
Weiner Picks 'B Team' to Aid Campaign Comeback
Former Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner of New York is having problems recruiting a top tier campaign management team for a likely run for New York mayor.
GOP Rep. McClintock: Did IRS Leak Romney Tax History to Reid?
The Internal Revenue Service could have revealed sensitive tax information about GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney during last year's presidential campaign, Republican Rep. Tom McClintock charged Thursday.
Illinois GOP Seeking New Party Chairman
Illinois State Republican Chairman Pat Brady announced he was quitting last week, after receiving intra-party criticism for failure to gain any new political ground in Illinois last year and for his support of gay marriage.
Michigan Dems Eye Open House Seat
With the announcement by Michigan Democratic Rep. Gary Peters that he will seek the nomination to succeed retiring Democratic Sen. Carl Levin in 2014, candidates are starting to eye Peter's now-open 14th District seat.
AEI's Brooks: GOP Has Opening to Attract Hispanic Voters
Conservatives fail to realize they have an important opening among Hispanics who don't vote, says Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute.
Senate Panel Backs Obama Labor Nominee Perez
A Senate committee voted along party lines on Thursday to send President Barack Obama's controversial nominee for secretary of labor, Thomas Perez, to the full Senate for a confirmation vote. The 12-10 vote by the Health and Labor Committee followed weeks of delay by...
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