South Carolina Congressman Jeff Duncan, a GING-PAC endorsed legislator, has just endorsed Chad Connelly for Mick Mulvaney’s seat in the House of Representatives.
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Democrats may have a major national security hacking scandal on their hands that’s on the brink of exploding into public view. Investigators, including Capitol Police, have been looking into whether classified or other sensitive information has been hacked by former information technology, or IT, staffers employed by Democrats in Congress. Now, a source has confirmed to WND that the problem is so big, it is being handled as a criminal matter. And the source says suspects will likely receive prison sentences.
A unified Republican government is poised to slash hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars from Planned Parenthood’s annual budget – the culmination of a public relations nightmare 18 months in the making that has left the nation’s largest abortion provider more vulnerable than ever to pro-life advances.
With a new Congress sworn in today, the public can expect big changes. That’s because for the first time since 2006, both chambers are controlled by the Republicans, while the White House is also controlled by a Republican president.
Barack Obama has signed into law a bill authorizing some $611 billion in funding for the U.S. military for 2017, but hidden inside the massive governmental document is a provision that is alarming free-speech and limited-government advocates: authorization and funding for a new center to decide what is truth.
“The House Intelligence Committee is looking into allegations in the Wall Street Journal regarding possible Intelligence Community (IC) collection of communications between Israeli government officials and members of Congress. The Committee has requested additional information from the IC to determine which, if any, of these allegations are true, and whether the IC followed all applicable laws, rules, and procedures.”
President Obama President Obama may have campaigned on a mantra of open government, transparency and the reeling-in of U.S. surveillance operations on certain sources, but a new report reveals he let his National Security Agency turn spy eyes on some of America’s biggest allies, including Israel – as well as on members of the U.S. Congress.
Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas WASHINGTON – While other Republican presidential candidates are taking swipes at front-runner Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is instead joining forces with him to try to stop President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran.
While I believe Iran’s long-term goal is developing nuclear weapons, its most effective line of effort against us and our allies has been through its unwavering support of terrorism. The Obama Administration should only accept a final deal which prohibits sanctions relief until Iran abandons its support of terrorism.
“Like most Nebraskans, I am completely opposed to a nuclear Iran and don’t understand the White House’s perceived willingness to agree to such bad terms,” concluded Sasse. “Two things are clear though. First, the United States must not accept any deal that falls short of eliminating Iran’s nuclear program. Second, the American people—acting through their elected members of Congress—have a right to thoroughly review any deal.”