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Trump’s pick for Education Secretary wants everyone to get a great education

Gov. Bobby Jindal,  In politics they say that no good deed goes unpunished. That is never truer than on the issue of school choice.  President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee to be the Secretary of Education, Betsy Devos, has committed an unpardonable sin. Yes, she has tried to help millions of disadvantaged families have the ability to

Phyllis Schlafly: Failed Republicans Want to Rewrite the Constitution

Did you ever wonder why unsuccessful candidates merely “suspend” their campaigns after losing a key primary instead of terminating them? Surely all those candidates know that it’s impossible to restart a presidential campaign once it’s been suspended. In the famous words of Theodore Roosevelt’s daughter Alice Longworth, “You can’t make a souffle rise twice.” The

Donald J. Trump Announces Expansion of Campaign Delegate Team

Today, Donald J. Trump announced that he has hired Ken McKay as Senior Adviser to support the delegate operations team. Ken has formidable grassroots operations experience and is ideally positioned to further bolster the Trump campaign’s field efforts. Mr. Trump stated, “Ken has a proven track record in winning state political races. He will support

2016 Republican Presidential Power Rankings (July 1, 2014)

A Political Novice Lands in the Top 3  Welcome to the 4th edition of the 2016 Republican Presidential Power Rankings. It has been a full year since our first rankings showed Marco Rubio at the top of the pile. He fell hard, but has worked his way back up and remains one of the party’s

There’s a œRebellion Brewing in America Against Obama

 Though racked by scandal after scandal, President Obama and his administration have doubled down on their efforts in pursuit of their progressive liberal socialist agenda that would continue and accelerate the expansion of federal government into the affairs of the states and the people. But the states and people are beyond tired of the constant

REBELLION: The States are Rebelling Against œCommon Core

 More than half of the states in the country have declared war on Common Core, working on legislation to limit or outright reject the top down and problematic national educational standards. Parents and teachers have become increasingly frustrated watching their kids struggle with the difficult to understand methods taught by Common Core, and are infuriated

Multiple Governors Call for the States to Stop Obama

 Numerous state’s Governors, Attorney Generals, and legislatures have been increasingly standing up in defiance to President Obama’s administration and overreaching federal agencies. States have begun rebelling against the Common Core educational standards and the EPA’s devastating new “anti-coal” rules that will drive up energy costs. They have also been steadily challenging and nullifying Obamacare and

Gov. Jindal: Obama Told Governors He Doesn’t Trust the States

Leah Barkoukis  Fox News’ Sean Hannity sat down with Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Thursday at the Republican Leadership Conference to talk about the accomplishments conservative governors have made across the U.S. “All of you inherited deficits you turned into surpluses, high unemployment now low unemployment,” Hannity said of Jindal and Govs. Rick Scott (FL),

VICTORY: Major Pro-Gun Legislation Passes in Louisiana

Common sense dictates that alcohol and firearms don’t mix, hence most states have laws prohibiting the carrying of a gun into a bar or restaurant that serves alcohol. But what about responsible, law-abiding gun owners, or off-duty and retired law enforcement officials, that are smart enough not to drink while carrying, and just want to

Sure sounds like Ben Carson’s running for president

Allahpundit, If we’re destined to have another Bush versus Clinton election, it’s only right that there be a Perot-type in the mix too. As David Petraeus once said, tell me how this ends. Ben Carson is warming to the idea of running for president. Since the famous brain surgeon retired last year from Johns Hopkins

Possible GOP presidential candidates to court NRA

 Several potential Republican contenders for president will court gun-rights supporters at the National Rifle Association’s annual convention Friday. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum are set to speak at the convention’s leadership forum, a kind of political pep rally and strategy meeting the