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Hillary Has New Woes on Email Investigation

Last week’s request by two independent inspectors general for an investigation by the Department of Justice has broadened Hillary Clinton’s email scandal ever more since the controversy first hit the headlines five months ago. On Friday, Hillary and Team Clinton reiterated the argument that her email communications delivered via the private home-based server were not
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IRS Investigation GAO: Former IRS Agents Can Access Taxpayer Information

The federal government’s own watchdog established by Congress, the General Accountability Office (GAO), released a bombshell report this week which comes at a most inconvenient time for the embattled Internal Revenue Service. Amid the ongoing scandal concerning the Justice Department’s obstruction of the investigation into the targeting of conservative political groups, the GAO’s report lends
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The Next Marco Rubio?

Live on Hannity, Republican Congressman Connie Mack recently announced his challenge to Democratic Senator Bill Nelson in Florida: While Mack isn’t the first Florida Republican to join the race, he brings a much praised record as a limited government advocate and statewide name recognition. This popularity translated into a four point lead over Senator Nelson
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911cross NTPA Alert: Save The 9/11 Memorial Cross

Save The 9/11 Memorial Cross Religious symbols have marked burial grounds in all cultures for thousands of years. They’re also often used to mark memorial sites and places where survivors wish to commemorate those who have been lost. Religious symbols are a demonstration of faith, strength in the face of tragedy, courage and determination. The
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obamabino Barack Obama’s Secret Race Database

According to a recent op-ed by the New York Post, multiple federal agencies are curating, at the behest of President Obama, massive databases on American citizens. With the ostensible goal of balancing racial disparities across the nation, the agencies are collecting hundreds of millions of records on the most intimate details of the lives and
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Foreign Policy

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks during a press conference addressed jointly with Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi, India, Thursday, July 31, 2014. This is Kerry's first visit to India following the resounding election win of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in May. (AP Photo/Lucas Jackson, Pool) Obama Sidesteps Congress for UN Approval

With the ink still drying on this week’s agreement over the nuclear pact with Iran, President Obama may have overstepped the perceived public mandate at the potential cost of the entire deal. Only days after announcing an end to the six-nation sanctions on exports from Iran, the administration, led by Secretary of State John Kerry,
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Debt and Taxes

IRS Investigation Former Commissioner: IRS Lied to Congress

The embattled IRS continues to struggle in its effort to re-legitimate itself amid the long line of breaking scandals and mishaps that threaten to undo it altogether. Just last week it was revealed that the agency is refusing to release thousands of new emails discovered by an Inspector General in the ongoing Lois Lerner scandal.
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National Security

UNITED STATES - MAY 21: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., conducts a news conference in the Capitol after the senate luncheons where he addressed issues including the Oklahoma tornado. (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call) Senate Passes USA Freedom Act

The House’s USA Freedom Act was passed with 20 Republicans joining nearly all Democrats in favor of the replacement just two days after the Senate failed to renew key aspects of the Patriot Act. Sen. Rand Paul, who was the chief instigator, declared victory in the efforts to block the renewal of the NSA’s phone
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