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Tentative deal reached on VA reform

 The chairmen of the House and Senate Veterans Affairs committees have reached a tentative agreement on a plan to fix a veterans’ health program scandalized by long patient wait times and falsified records covering up delays. Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., scheduled a news conference Monday to talk about a compromise […] Continue reading →

What If Democracy Is a Fraud?

Judge Andrew Napolitano  What if you were allowed to vote only because it didn’t make a difference? What if no matter how you voted the elites always got their way? What if the concept of one person/one vote was just a fiction created by the government to induce your compliance? What if democracy as it […] Continue reading →

Ann Coulter: Eyes on the prize

 When a U.S. president is using the IRS to terrify his political enemies, destroying American health care, and opening our southern border to millions of future welfare-collecting, Democratic voters from the Third World, why is a dime’s worth of money being wasted on trying to replace the Republican senator from Mississippi with a slightly different […] Continue reading →

Senate agrees on $11B highway funding measure

 The Senate agreed Wednesday on an $11 billion measure to temporarily fix a multibillion-dollar shortfall in federal highway and transit programs, setting up a vote next week on several alternatives. But senators will likely end up simply adopting a measure that passed the GOP-controlled House by a sweeping bipartisan vote last week, which would send […] Continue reading →

Senate race zeroes in on metro Atlanta, north Ga.

 Neither Republican running in Georgia’s closely watched Senate race has a natural advantage in metro Atlanta, where the state’s most populous area and a ring of northern exurbs are serving as the key battleground ahead of Tuesday’s runoff. Both Rep. Jack Kingston of Savannah and former Dollar General CEO David Perdue have been spending a […] Continue reading →

Dems target women with bills on contraception, pay

 Democrats and Republicans are fervently pursuing a batch of doomed bills in Congress because they target a coveted prize in the Nov. 4 elections: female voters. Wednesday’s Senate vote on contraception legislation is the latest example of Democrats’ win-by-losing strategy, which forces Republicans to vote on sensitive matters that might rile women this fall. Recent […] Continue reading →

House Votes to Ban Internet Taxes for Good

 If you are reading this, then you are experiencing a free and unfettered internet, at least free and unfettered by Congress. Obviously, you must pay a fee to the service provider, but you aren’t paying a tax to the government for the “privilege” of using the internet. Some members of Congress have wanted to place […] Continue reading →

Ann Coulter: Tea Party, Learn From Al Gore

 Chris McDaniel, candidate for the U.S. Senate from Mississippi, lost the Republican runoff to incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran last month, and now he is being led down a primrose path to political oblivion. McDaniel’s passionate supporters think that a moment of crisis for the country is a good time to treat control of the Senate […] Continue reading →

The ‘most dangerous man in the Obama administration’

 In his new book, Obama’s Enforcer: Eric Holder’s Justice Department (co-written with John Fund), Hans von Spakovsky reveals how our attorney general has turned America’s Department of Justice into “a politicized hotbed of left-wing legal activism.” The author revealed to Human Events the magnitude of Holder’s offenses highlighted in his book, offenses which should be […] Continue reading →

The Conservative Case for… Travis Childers?

Why The Democrat From Mississippi Deserves a Second Look  Now here me out. Suggesting that conservatives take a good look at Democratic nominee Travis Childers for the US Senate in Mississippi isn’t a suggestion motivated by “revenge” against Thad Cochran, even if that is a tempting in itself. I wouldn’t suggest Kentuckians look to Alison […] Continue reading →