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Base to Trump: Break a Reg! April 26, 2017 Moving into the White House is the easy part. Moving out the old administration's policies is something else altogether. President Trump is finding that out the hard way, as his team tackles mess after mess left behind by Barack Obama. With eight ...
Trump Deals in Taxes Hold'emApril 27, 2017 What does change in Washington mean for the change in your wallet? We're about to find out! With April 15th still fresh in everyone's minds, President Trump couldn't have picked a better time to roll out his plan to slash taxes. Two weeks after the ...
Mello Dramatic at the DNC April 25, 2017 Nebraska isn't usually a pin on the map of political hotspots, but that all changed this week with Omaha's candidates for mayor. Thanks to Heath Mello's (D) pro-life views, a race that would have been a footnote in the national news has exploded ...
Trading Replaces: House Rolls out New Health Plan April 24, 2017 When members of Congress fly back to D.C. today, they'll have some interesting reading material: a new Obamacare replacement bill. After a seesaw month that saw Republicans write and rewrite the text, the GOP is hinting that ...
Preying Silently: The Crisis of Christian Persecution April 21, 2017 It was 5:30 a.m. when Friar Najeeb Michaeel looked out his window and saw what every Iraqi Christian feared: trucks filled with ISIS soldiers. Dozens of families were fleeing when the terrorists cut in front of them and ...
Gorsuch Gets into the Swing with Playground Case April 19, 2017 What does a children's playground have to do with the Supreme Court? A lot, starting today. That's when the justices -- including the bench's newest member, Neil Gorsuch -- heard oral arguments in a case of religious ...
On the Hill: A Week for the Strong April 20, 2017 If you thought funding one government agency was tough, try funding 11! That's the colossal chore awaiting Congress when members touch down after a two-week recess next week. While a string of short-term resolutions have let leaders ...
No Room for Waffling on Planned Parenthood Funding April 18, 2017 In a flip-flop heard around the world, Senator Dean Heller (R-Nev.) declared at a town hall meeting yesterday: "I have no problems with federal funding for Planned Parenthood," the nation's largest seller of abortions. But ...
The Cross April 13, 2017 "Now all things are of God, who has reconciled us to Himself through Jesus Christ, and has given us the ministry of reconciliation." -- 2 Corinthians 5:18 This weekend, as we celebrate the most significant Christian holiday of the year, the Resurrection, churches ...
Planned Parenthood: Going for Broke April 12, 2017 The biggest prize of last November is getting settled in his Supreme Court office. But Justice Neil Gorsuch was only part of the GOP's payoff for electing Donald Trump. With Antonin Scalia's replacement firmly in place, conservatives are ...
Meadows Mows down Costs April 11, 2017 What recess? Republicans aren't getting much of a break from politics this week, thanks to a homegrown debate over health care. Back in their districts, there's no escaping the drama surrounding the Obamacare repeal as new ads play repeatedly on local ...
Gorsuch a Time as This April 10, 2017 It was the most significant swearing in since Donald Trump's. When Neil Gorsuch put his hand on the Bible to become the 113th Supreme Court justice in U.S. history, Antonin Scalia, in that great cloud of witnesses, was no doubt smiling. His 49-year-old ...
GOP Says Bomb Voyage on Nuclear Option April 06, 2017 Years from now, April 6, 2017 will be remembered as the day the Senate changed forever. After three decades of warring over judicial nominees, Democrats finally brought America to the brink in the fiercest political fight of a ...
A Show of Force in the Middle East April 07, 2017 The video was the stuff of nightmares. Dads cradling the dead bodies of their sons and daughters. Children writhing on the ground in pain. Others foaming at the mouth, the result of a deadly poison gas attack by the Syrians' own ...
The Seventh Circuit Stretch April 05, 2017 If Congress won't rewrite the law, liberals will find a court who will! That's been the M.O. of the Left for decades: packing the bench with wannabe legislators who'll impose the agendas they could never pass democratically. It worked on school ...
The Left's Basketball of Deplorables April 04, 2017 North Carolina scored a big victory last night -- and not just on the court! It looks like the NCAA is finally starting to address the question that the organization's president, Mark Emmert, raised in the Final Four press conference last ...
Putting the NC in NCAA? March 31, 2017 It was a buzzer-beating shot, but when legislators tried to appease the NCAA, no one in North Carolina won. The "fake repeal" of HB 2 (as liberals called it), was -- as far as most people were concerned -- worse than doing nothing. Desperate to pass ...
Trick or Tweak? Both Sides Pan HB 2 Deal March 30, 2017 If the goal of compromise is to ensure that nobody's happy, then North Carolina is succeeding! With the NCAA's ultimatum to repeal HB 2 just hours away, the state flew into action today to try to appease the NCAA, which has become a ...
Planned Parenthood's Killer Workout March 29, 2017 No one has done a better job persuading people to defund Planned Parenthood than, well, Planned Parenthood. In video after undercover video, the organization has been its own worst enemy in the fight for taxpayer dollars. Out of their own ...
Rags to Richards: A Story of Taxpayer Funding March 24, 2017 There's something else you can add to the list of services Planned Parenthood doesn't provide -- honesty. Truth-telling hasn't exactly been a hallmark of Cecile Richards's group, but lately, they're selling more fiction than ...
On Health Care, Look to the Passed for AnswersMarch 27, 2017 Nobody said repealing Obamacare would be easy. And after Friday afternoon, there's no shortage of opinions on what Republicans could have done better. But just because leaders struck out with this version of the American Health Care ...
Party Favors, Courtesy of the House Freedom Caucus March 28, 2017 Short-term loss or long-term win? That's what analysts are starting to ask about the sudden collapse of the health care bill last Friday. The House Freedom Caucus didn't exactly endear itself to leadership when it stuck to ...
A Worst Casey Scenario on Gorsuch March 23, 2017 If you thought your job interview was tough, try being Neil Gorsuch. The president's Supreme Court pick has spent three grueling days under the microscope of nitpicking Democrats who seem more interested in finding a super-legislator than a ...
Health Care: Between a Rock and a Hard ReplaceMarch 22, 2017 The House bill to replace Obamacare has been through a dozen rewrites -- but the biggest one may be in the Senate. A day away from the most anticipated vote of the last seven years, eyes are already on the legislation's next stop: ...
Looking for Justice in Gorsuch March 21, 2017 More than a decade ago, Neil Gorsuch had an interesting way of describing judicial confirmation hearings. "They're just another avenue of political warfare," he wrote. And today, he's finding out just how true those words are. In the second day ...

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