Monthly Archives: June 2014

CO Gov Waits Until After Meeting With Sheriff’s to Say He’d Sign Gun Control Again

Revising statements he made to Colorado Sheriffs opposed to gun control on June 13, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper (D) now says “he hasn’t changed his tune” and would sign the ban on “high capacity” magazines again if given the chance. According t…

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Anti-Amnesty Group Calls On Supporters To Mail Underwear To Obama, Boehner In Protest To Illegal Immigration

An anti-amnesty group is calling on its supporters to mail their “gently used” underwear to President Obama in protest over the flood of illegal immigration through the southern border.  “Instead of using our tax money to buy illegals …

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Momentum Grows for Lawfare Against Obama Overreach

From the announcement by Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) that Congress is considering filing a lawsuit against the Obama administration to the lawsuit against the IRS by the National Organization for Marriage, momentum is building for legal ac…

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Gang of Eight Republican Admits: Amnesty Hopes Driving Border Deluge

The primary driver of the flood of unaccompanied minors across the southern border is the belief they will be allowed to stay and afforded legal status, according Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake. In an interview with USA Today Flake, a member of the…

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Suspect in Murder of Arizona Priest Has ‘History of Violent Offenses’

The man who reportedly killed Phoenix’s Father Kenneth Walker on June 11 was a “felony offender” with “a history of violent offenses.” As Breitbart News reported on June 18, the suspect attacked Father Joseph Terra in the rectory and beat him badly, th…

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Senator Jeff Sessions, Leading America’s Rendezvous With Destiny

Are you a commodity, or an American? An economic unit, or a human being, a child of God, even? It’s good that Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) is asking these questions, because the elites in both parties already have their answers: They do, …

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The Fox and the Rabbit in Mississippi

This article originally appeared at Conservative HQ As CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie has often said, every day there are millions of races between foxes and rabbits – sometimes a fox will win, otherwise there would be no foxes, but most of the ti…

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National Journal: Cochran Used Black Democrats to Defeat Tea Party

This article originally appeared in National Journal Sen. Thad Cochran’s narrow victory over Chris McDaniel in the Mississippi Senate runoff deprives Democrats of their argument that Republicans are beholden to the tea-party wing of their party. But it…

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Ted Cruz: ‘I Certainly Congratulate’ Thad Cochran

Chris McDaniel may have refused to concede the Mississippi Senate primary without a challenge, but Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) appears to be moving on after the Tea Party suffered primary defeats last night. “I certainly congratulate my colleague, Thad,…

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‘Clinton: The Musical’ Set to Debut

A new musical called Clinton: The Musical is set to debut at the New York Musical Theater Festival this summer from July 18-25. It will be showcased at Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theater at the Pershing Square Signature Center. The show’s descriptio…

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