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Obama: Schools Must Give transgender students bathroom Choice

The Obama administration’s notice to U.S. public schools on Friday that transgender students must be allowed to use the bathroom of their choice raised questions about federal funding and legal authority that could play out for months. Some Republicans and religious conservatives pushed back against the administration’s non-binding guidance to schools, escalating tensions over the

John Kasich: I’d Make The Monday After The Super Bowl a Holiday

Christine Rousselle, Presidential candidate and Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R), appearing on The Dan Patrick Show, said that the Monday following Super Bowl Sunday should be a holiday. “It should be, I mean there’s no productivity whatsoever. […] Maybe I can get that done in the first hundred days.” At least one website was prompted

Perry, Cruz battle to be star of Lone Star State’s Republican Party

 Neither U.S. Senator Ted Cruz nor Governor Rick Perry are on the ballot in Tuesday’s run-off elections in Texas, but that doesn’t mean the two larger-than-life politicians who share a penchant for cowboy boots are not central figures in the contest. The Lone Star State’s two most prominent Republicans are dueling for dominance of the

Texas gun store sign: ˜I like my guns like Obama likes his voters undocumented’ – by Brent McCluskey The marquee of a Texas gun store reads: “I like my guns like Obama likes his voters undocumented.” Tactical Firearms owner Jeremy Alcede realizes some people don’t appreciate the new slogan, but says it’s meant to be a joke, FOX reports.   Tactical Firearms changes the message on the marquee

McCain: Americans Should œAccept That Their Private Conversations Are Being Monitored

“It’s just the way we live” Senator John McCain told a radio show recently that Americans should “accept” the notion that their private conversations are being recorded by the government, even in the privacy of their own homes. McCain was asked by host Dan Patrick what his thoughts were on the Donald Sterling controversy, in