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FEC Votes to Leave Political Speech on the Web Unregulated

After feeling the heat from public outrage coupled with pressure from Republican on the commission, Democrat members of the Federal Election Commission assured this week their was no intention to propose regulations for the Internet. Late last year, Democrat Chairwoman Ann Ravel suggested that a review political activity on the Internet and possible regulation was
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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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Politics

internet FEC Votes to Leave Political Speech on the Web Unregulated

After feeling the heat from public outrage coupled with pressure from Republican on the commission, Democrat members of the Federal Election Commission assured this week their was no intention to propose regulations for the Internet. Late last year, Democrat Chairwoman Ann Ravel suggested that a review political activity on the Internet and possible regulation was
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Foreign Policy

hrod Servergate Opens Up Wide Again

New revelations of Hillary Clinton’s email practices have reopened the issue just as the scandal seemed to have drifted into the background of media coverage. According to the New York Times this week, Hillary’s claim to have used only one email address via her private server while Secretary of State was proven to be boldly
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Debt and Taxes

exchange Obamacare Exchanges Teetering

Health insurance exchanges were set up in at least 17 states to correspond with the enactment of the Obamacare legislation both to aid voters in gaining new insurance policies and to comply with the trigger for individual subsidies. But the impending failure of the exchanges in at least half those 17, which are experiencing serious
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National Security

emiailhack Russia Hacks Obama’s Email

Last month’s revelation that Russian hackers had gained access to sensitive information both in the White House and at the State Department has gained new life this week. Contrary to earlier reports that indicated the breach was limited and that no top secret information was revealed, the new details allege that the hackers gained access
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