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Sen. Rand Paul & Reporters Expose Obama’s Big Brother Surveillance State

May 9th, 2017 | By

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and two Circa reporters appeared on “Hannity” last night to discuss Obama’s use of the NSA to spy on his political enemies. Insiders have told Paul that his phone calls were intercepted by Obama operatives and he’s demanding to know who ordered it, when and why. The Obama Regime had no

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Former Obama Adviser Roots For More ISIS Slaughtering Of Christians

May 9th, 2017 | By

Mohamed Elibiary served five years on President Obama’s Homeland Security Advisory Council and was instrumental in the rollout of Obama’s countering violent extremism pilot program, which took the heat off of Islam as the inspiration for global terrorism. Mohamed Elibiary is at it again. The Egyptian-born Muslim Brotherhood operative and former senior adviser to President

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Donald Trump Will Have Influence On Federal Courts, But Not Just Yet

May 8th, 2017 | By

Favorable rulings on the Trump administration’s executive orders have been few and far between in the federal courts – evoking accusations of judicial overreach from the president as well as a recent threat to break up a liberal-leaning circuit. But with more than 100 federal judicial vacancies, President Trump has the chance to close the

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Democrats Struggling To Recruit Strong Candidates

May 8th, 2017 | By

Democrats had the drive, anger and money to send a message of resistance to President Donald Trump and score upsets in a slew of Republican-leaning districts in special elections this year. But increasingly, it is becoming apparent they could not recruit strong candidates. “They have President Obama to blame for that. They have such a

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Rand Paul Formally Requests Info On Whether Obama Admin. Targeted Him For Surveillance

May 6th, 2017 | By

Sen. Rand Paul has issued formal requests with the White House and the U.S. intelligence community to see if he was ever targeted for surveillance by the Obama administration. Charges that former President Barack Obama may have politicized intelligence agencies was in the news again on Friday when Mr. Paul announced a personal inquiry into

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Senator Lankford Encourages The White House To Take A Strong Stance To Protect Religious Liberty

May 5th, 2017 | By

Senator James Lankford (R-OK) urged the White House to take clear affirmative steps to ensure that the right to the free exercise of religion is protected for all Americans. “The right to practice any faith or choose no faith is a fundamental human right of all Americans guaranteed in the First Amendment of the Constitution,”

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Faith Leaders Praise Trump’s Action To Protect Religious Liberty

May 4th, 2017 | By

Faith leaders are praising what they hope is a first step by the Trump administration to protect religious liberties that were put in a bull’s-eye by the Obama administration. President Trump signed an executive order Thursday instructing that churches be given the widest freedom possible from the Johnson amendment of 1954 that restricts their speech.

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Three Key Speculations About Trump’s Religious Executive Action

May 4th, 2017 | By

President Donald Trump will sign a religious freedom executive order, according to news reports. Trump is expected to sign the order today, May 4 — the National Day of Prayer. Back in February, a leaked document — apparently a draft of the order — contained this line: “It shall be the policy of this Administration

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2020 Plans? Hillary Goes To War (Again) With Trump

May 4th, 2017 | By

Bill and Hillary Clinton (Photo: Twitter) Does failed Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton have big plans for the White House in 2020? It’s a question that’s repeatedly surfaced in the last several months, but now Hillary has reappeared on the political scene with a vengeance. The former first lady and secretary of state is launching

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GING-PAC Candidate Chad Connelly Loses GOP House Race

May 3rd, 2017 | By

South Carolina candidate Chad Connelly lost his bid to become the GOP candidate to replace Mick Mulvaney in the House of Representatives. Out of a GOP field of five candidates, Connelly came in fourth. Two GOP candidates, Tommy Pope and Ralph Norman will run against each other later this month and face Democrat Archie Parnell

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