Late-term Abortion Ban Is Worthy GOP Goal | Star Parker at Townhall

Eyes will be on Iowa as political visitors arrive | The Californian

G.O.P. Governors Warn Party Members in Congress Not to Shut Government

GOP In Key States Tries To Slow Anti-abortion Push

Bangladesh Court Voids Registration of Country’s Largest Islamic Party

The electoral college is halfway to being abolished

Conservatives are right: Their window to destroy Obamacare is closing

Interview with Sen. Ted Cruz: Republican defeatism surprises me

    Rare.us: My biggest surprise has been the defeatism among some Republicans here. There was such a strong sense of confusion about November’s loss, and many believed we had to retrench and there was no way to stop the president and Democrats from running the table. In my view, even in the Senate minority, Republicans can do three things. First, we can stop bad bills.


  • Posted: 07/31/2013
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  • Category: Miscellaneous
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  • Source: rare.us

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E-mails Suggest Collusion Between FEC, IRS to Target Conservative Groups

Conservative plan to defund Obamacare puts McConnell in tough spot

Hillary Clinton Group Raises $1 Million

Conservatives request IRS review of group that is promoting ObamaCare

“Young GOP Leaders See Need For Substantive Changes” | AP

Sex, money and lies: ‘Culture of Corruption’ boomerangs on Democrats as scandals blossom nationwide

Some Democrats turning on Obamacare

Records of Christine O’Donnell tax snooping disappear

“Republican party chair: Gay marriage, abortion still priorities for GOP”

Top IRS Officials Met at White House One Day Before New Targeting Guidelines Were Issued

Wyoming Senate race between Cheney, Enzi is new battle in GOP’s war

Cruz, Paul Address Religious Leaders In Des Moines

Bombshell in the IRS Scandal | Peggy Noonan at WSJ

    Peggy Noonan at WSJ: The IRS scandal was connected this week not just to the Washington office—that had been established—but to the office of the chief counsel. That is a bombshell—such a big one that it managed to emerge in spite of an unfocused, frequently off-point congressional hearing in which some members seemed to have accidentally woken up in the middle of a committee room, some seemed unaware of the implications of what their investigators had uncovered, one pretended that the investigation should end if IRS workers couldn’t say the president had personally called and told them to harass his foes, and one seemed to be holding a filibuster on Pakistan.


  • Posted: 07/19/2013
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: online.wsj.com

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“Wyoming Senate primary pits pro-gay ‘marriage’ Republican Cheney against pro-marriage incumbent Enzi”

IRS Lawyer: Agency Sought ‘Template’ When Tea Party Tax Exempt Application Approved

Grover Norquist open to backing Cheney over Enzi

GOP struggles for traction in pivotal North Carolina Senate race

Emboldened McCain eyes lead role in showdown over debt and deficit

House Republicans Face Decision On Veterans Same Sex “Spousal Benefits”

GOP links IRS counsel’s office to targeting bias

Liz Cheney Would Be Fourth Republican Senator To Back Marriage Redefinition

Wendy Davis Makes Over $1 Million Filibustering for Late-Term Abortions

Gop Committee To Back Enzi Over Liz Cheney

Liz Cheney to primary Sen. Enzi in Wyoming

“Young Republicans Convention Balks At Gay Marriage, Despite Poll Numbers” | Huffington Post

Obama hands out plum ambassador posts to big campaign donors

The Multilateralist Blog Interview on How American Conservatives See the UN Today

GOP seeks to torpedo IRS budget

IRS, other agencies are paying unions with your money | WSJ Video

Key Senate Republicans pressured on ENDA

With Dems On Defensive, GOP Has Chance To Win Senate | Michael Barone at Human Events

Video: Ted Cruz’s father, Rafael Cruz, delivers forceful speech for freedom

GOP Eyes Abbott As Gov. Perry’s Successor In Texas

Poll: 59% Tory grassroots oppose marriage redefinition

New study sheds light on why Republicans won’t call themselves Republican

Why The Reagan Democrats Departed | Patrick J. Buchanan at Human Events

“GOP Fault Lines Emerging On Social Issues” | AP

Costs of marriage fight will be staggering

House Recalls Lois Lerner to Testify About IRS, Potential for Immunity Deal

IRS Chief Confirms Targeting of Tea Party Groups

“Marriage Ruling Renews GOP Centrists-vs.-Base Feud” | AP

IRS auditor reaffirms that conservatives, not liberals, were targeted

Rahm Emanuel: ‘Gays are the next Jews of fundraising’

ACLU Hires Steve Schmidt to Lobby GOP on Marriage Redefinition: $10M War Chest for 50 State Initiative

Social Issues Still Fire Up GOP Despite 2012 Loss

McCaskill becomes first lawmaker to endorse

Wanted: More homosexual money bundlers who want to be an ambassador

“Gay marriage little mentioned at faith confab” | Politico

Irish PM: Abortion activists send letters in blood

Attorneys at the Department Of Education: Zero Republicans, At Least 47 Democrats

UK: PM ‘marched us on to the guns’ over marriage

Data Wars: As GOP races to catch up with Dems before 2014, will social conservatives be left behind?

    LifeSiteNews: In 2008, a private tech company was quietly formed in Washington. Its purpose was simple: collect and store data on U.S. voters from across the issue spectrum and from all walks of life, and sort it into easy-to-use files that any left-leaning candidate or issue group could use to reach individuals with a message specifically tailored to their interests and lifestyle. The company was called Catalist, and it has proven to be the most powerful and effective weapon the Left has ever wielded in the battle to win the ultimate prize in the American political cycle: Getting out the vote.


  • Posted: 06/11/2013
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  • Category: Featured
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  • Source: www.lifesitenews.com

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Military told not to read Obama-scandal news

Suspicions Confirmed: Academia Shutting Out Conservative Professors | Rachel Alexander at Townhall

    Rachel Alexander at Townhall: Sociologist George Yancy asked professors if they would be more or less likely to hire someone if they were a Republican, evangelical or fundamentalist. Three-quarters said political affiliation would not affect their hiring decision. But the one-quarter that did say it would influence their decision virtually all said they would favor a Democrat over a Republican. Almost half of the sociology professors surveyed said they would look unfavorably upon evangelicals and fundamentalists trying to get a job in their department!


  • Posted: 06/10/2013
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: townhall.com

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House LGBT Caucus Staffs Up In Pursuit Of Ambitious Agenda

Rasmussen: 64% Say Most Members of Congress Don’t Care What They Think

NY: Senate GOP says abortion language is ‘political maneuver’

Republicans Fuming Over Chris Christie’s Senate Decision

Armey on Christie’s Decision: ‘Debilitating Stupidity’