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What The Hell Is The Republican Congress Doing Besides Twiddling Its Thumbs?

Ben Shapiro, What in the world are Republicans in Congress doing with their time? We’re now nearly a month into the Trump era. Republicans have a 52 vote majority in the Senate, and a 239 vote majority in the House. Here is a complete list of the major legislation proposed and passed by that Republican

Texas unveils ‘bathroom bill’ that critics say targets LGBT rights

A Texas Republican state senator introduced legislation on Thursday to limit public restroom access for transgender people, despite warnings from a business group that the measure would hurt the Texas economy because it was discriminatory. The “Texas Privacy Act” has been marked as a top legislative priority for Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, a Republican and

Congress Could Use the Lame Duck to Strengthen Security for Americans. Will they?

Steve Sherman, It’s Duck Season in Washington DC. It’s a lame duck to be sure as outgoing congressional leaders attempt to make good on campaign promises and pay their debts to their beholden. That usually means a lot of sneaky backroom deals. This time, however, there is an opportunity to do something better than payback

Our Government is Out of Control and It Needs to Be Fixed

Bruce Bialosky, Ever since President Kennedy approved legalization of federal unions and then followed with the massive expansion of the federal government (which has occurred under both Republicans and Democrats), our government has become ever more invasive.  If we elect Hillary Clinton she will make things worse. Here is the story of why we need

The Fourth Amendment Is Supposed to Work for the People, Not the Government

Reason – by Andrew Napolitano While Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are battling in their final round in the Democratic primaries and Donald Trump is arguing that Clinton should be in prison for failing to safeguard state secrets while she was secretary of state, the same FBI that is diligently investigating her is quietly and

Andrew P. Napolitano: How many congressional assaults on the Constitution will we tolerate?

While Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are battling in their final round in the Democratic primaries and Donald Trump is arguing that Clinton should be in prison for failing to safeguard state secrets while she was secretary of state, the same FBI that is diligently investigating her is quietly and perniciously seeking to cut more