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Congress and the urgent need to protect infant lives

Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Every year since 1973, pro-life advocates have come together in their communities all across the country, including here in our nation’s capital, to peacefully demonstrate and stand united in the effort to protect the sanctity of life. Friday’s March For Life will be especially meaningful and powerful after a painful year of

House Homeland Security McCaul: Team Trump will make America strong again

Michael McCaul, President Obama was elected on the promise of “change,” and there is no doubt that he delivered. It just wasn’t the kind of change America needed. Today our nation’s security is weaker and worldwide threats have proliferated. Indeed, over the course of eight years, the Obama administration alienated our allies, accommodated our adversaries,

Ending the Trojan Horse Refugee Threat to Stop #Terrorism

Brian Babin, Swift action required to prevent terrorists from exploiting weak migrant policies. America’s United Nations-run refugee resettlement program poses a direct threat to the safety and security of the American people. ISIS has already successfully infiltrated the refugee flow into Europe and has pledged to do the same in America. To protect Americans and

Senators McCain and Graham Push for New Conflict with Russia

Shepard Ambellas | Infowars, ‘We need to show any nation what happens to them if they try to interfere with our democratic process’ U.S. Representative for New York’s 2nd Congressional District Peter King was spot on with his mid-December assessment of the ongoing ‘Russian hacking’ claims, which King feels lack merit and have been used

Yes, we will build a wall, put Mexico on a “payment plan” and enforce the law

Michael McCaul,  Donald Trump campaigned on a big promise:  he would secure our border and confront the illegal immigration crisis head-on. A lot of people doubted him. And why not? Politicians have been promising to do this for years, and they have let Americans down every single time. That’s all about to change.  Starting next

Trump vs. Clinton: What to Watch For in Battleground States – In-Depth Analysis

Clifford Cunningham | Infowars, Detailed breakdown of each swing state. Editor’s Note: Please keep in mind the majority of these polls are likely oversampled in favor of Democrats, i.e. they are biased towards Hillary Clinton. Arizona (11 electoral votes) Real Clear Politics average = Trump + 4.0 2012 Presidential Election Result = Romney 54%, Obama

Our nation faces cybersecurity threats — One of them is Hillary Clinton

Michael McCaul, In today’s world, there is little doubt the Web has become a weapon.  Hackers and nation-states are using the Internet to spy on us, steal our innovation, and infect our critical infrastructure. But we also need to be concerned about the threat from within—from human failure here at home that makes our networks

In Minnesota with no signs, Trump supporters get creative

June Hawley leaned over intently as she carefully applied blue paint to the “u” in “Trump” on a do-it-yourself lawn sign. With Winona County Republicans unable to get many campaign signs from Donald Trump’s campaign, they started getting creative. Volunteers grabbed a bunch of old campaign signs, painted over the design with white and began

Clinton is trying to win Omaha’s single electoral vote, with help from Warren Buffett

A Little Blue Dot Is Irritating Nebraska’s GOP. Nebraska Democrats love talking about the Blue Dot. Formally known as the 2nd Congressional District, the Blue Dot hugs the state’s eastern border with Iowa, encompassing Omaha and its suburbs—an outpost of liberalism in an otherwise red state. In 2008 voters in the Dot went for Barack

Double-voting – even triple-voting – found in US elections

Once was apparently not enough for Pasco Parker. Prosecutors say the 63-year-old Tennessee man voted in the 2012 presidential election, not once … not twice … but three times, in three different states. “It’s too easy to vote twice, it comes down to your honor,” said Jay DeLancy, executive director of North Carolina volunteer voting

Wasserman Schultz fights to hold onto House seat, on big primary day

Debbie Wasserman Schultz is fighting Tuesday to hold onto her House seat after losing her post atop the Democratic National Committee last month over a leaked email scandal, amid warnings from her primary challenger that she’s taken her base “for granted.” First-time candidate Tim Canova, a law professor backed by Bernie Sanders, is trying to

Homeland Security Chairman McCaul: The war is at our doorstep

Michael McCaul, We are a nation at war, and our own city streets have once again become the frontlines. The tragedy in Orlando is the worst terrorist attack on American soil since 9/11, and it reminds us that nearly 15 years after that fateful day, our enemies are still dead set on attacking us—from outside