“No single amount can be pinpointed.”
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“No single amount can be pinpointed.”
The senator’s amendment was about raising a crucially important point, not raising defense spending.
“They took the Cruz visit as an opportunity to start promoting the cause and signing up their peers.”
“It seems Clinton isn’t even in the game on Facebook.”
Looking to 2016, pretty much.
“Lindsey is my buddy.”
It’s getting hot in Northern Iraq.
There can be a tea party agenda or a Tom Cotton agenda. There cannot be both.
Here’s how far Graham says he would go to get rid of defense cuts.
“You will be funding, today, the allies of al Qaeda. It’s an irony you cannot overcome.”
A bipartisan bill that medicinal pot advocates are calling a first of its kind.
And how a President Hillary would help cement it.
“I don’t email.”
On the 50th anniversary of the Selma march, let’s remember how much our government hasn’t changed.
Ask the people of Ferguson.
He hasn’t changed much in the last 34 years, but American politics has.
Polling shows major generational shifts on the right on these two hot-button issues.
Israel’s prime minister blasted Iran on Tuesday.
Some hawks, some doves.
The Paul family domination of the annual presidential poll continues.
The senator spoke to a standing room only audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday.
At CPAC 2015, the former Ambassador talked WMDs.
“It’s not a policy debate, this is a constitutional debate,” Rubio said at CPAC 2015.
Here’s why we should be worried about them.
Even if it were true.
“For decades, politicians have appeared to be ‘tough on crime’ by passing onerous laws that trap people in a horribly broken criminal justice system.”
Many concerned about losing basic American freedoms flocked to see The Interview recently. They should’ve seen Citizenfour.
“In their eyes, we don’t deserve to live like people in the rest of the world and we don’t have feelings or emotions or cry or feel pain…”
The Federal Reserve is definitely getting nervous.
It’s hard to tell.
When you’ve lost half of Republicans…
Getting close to making it official?
“Until the Pentagon produces a viable financial audit… it will continue to put our national security at risk.”
Without him, there’s no us.
He was not impressed with the president’s recent BuzzFeed video.
“If he thinks that that’s the future of the Republican Party he is very wrong,” said Amash on Saturday.
“What we’re debating here… is authorizing something we’ve been doing six months.”
The oldest conservative lobbying organization in the country is opposing Republican Jason Chaffetz’s bill.
The 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference should have a foreign policy debate. This ain’t it.
“It’s not a conservative principle to lock up that large of population of your citizens.”
Does Kid Rock represent the American majority?
Twitter thinks she did.
It’s a good thing he didn’t listen to them.
“I go pretty damn far with him.”
When he is released from prison he will be almost 80-years-old.
Let’s remember what past Surgeon Generals thought about pot as medicine.
Sheldon Adelson is smiling.
Conservatism can mean very different things.
“You would think he’d have a little more understanding then.”
Two popular conservative congressman might be strategizing to take on the longtime Arizona senator.
Why not start with Marco Rubio?
Many say the U.S. should not standby while evil regimes brutalize their own people. Except this one.
“The federal government has made it far too easy for government agencies to take and profit from the property of those who have not been convicted of a crime.”
The director and legendary actor addressed critics during a speech on Saturday.
It’s basic math.
The new Republican majority had the chance to pass a pro-life bill supported by most Americans including women–so what did they do?
Clint Eastwood had one job to do: To tell the story of Chris Kyle.
“We need to massively downsize and defund the federal government.”
Same old song.
Is France better than the U.S. at protecting liberty in the wake of terrorism?
It depends on the issue and changing definitions of “left” and “right.”
It was the worst defeat for conservatism in a generation or more and we should never forget it.
Also, tensions remain high — how should people behave toward police officers? And, Viva la Cuba or sanctions forever? — what will the GOP congress actually do?
After the tragic murder of two New York City police officers.
Far worse than having a relationship with Cuba.
Also, Jose Rodriguez says Pelosi knew all about torture back in 2002 – Should those in Congress be held accountable? And Congress passes Cromnibus – Why is this bad for America?
As used by anyone–much less America.
When you become like your enemies, what makes you better than them?
Also, Eric Garner and Michael Brown dead – is it time for police to stand down? And funding “amnesty” and the undertone of racism – what’s the answer?
Also, St. Louis Rams players protest during the game: Should pro athletes go political? And European airline terrorist plot: Is al-Qaeda on the rise?
The Eric Garner controversy makes clear what Ferguson made confusing.
Grand jury decides to not indict Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown – what does the future hold?
The former New York City mayor’s tone deafness is amazing.
Also, waiting for the Ferguson jury decision. And why did Rand Paul oppose the USA Freedom Act?
Except Rand Paul.
Also, is Obama’s upcoming executive order on immigration unconstitutional? And with a Republican Congress in January, will Obama be out-of-control?
There was a reason so many Republican candidates wanted the Kentucky senator in their corner.
Also, is marijuana legalization passing in Oregon and Washington DC a tipping point? And, does a Republican majority in the Senate open the door for a more libertarian government?
Also, are we ready for another Bush in White House? And Hillary says businesses don’t create jobs, so who creates them?
Are conservatives still serious about smaller government?
On Facebook and in life, separating the personal from the political is so important.
Also, should churches be forced to perform same sex marriages? And can libertarians do a better job of spreading their message?
The vice president’s shameless and disgusting hypocrisy.
Also, will Supreme Court decide NSA spying is illegal? And, is John McCain right that we need an “Ebola Czar?”
Even if you don’t agree with them.
Also, is banning travel to Ebola stricken countries isolationism? And is the ISIS threat being blown out of proportion?
It’s hard to imagine one more costly.
Also, are Americans keeping things in perspective with the Oklahoma beheading? And why does John McCain now say he would support Rand Paul for president?
A reply to Matt K. Lewis.
Also, was John McCain really hanging out with ISIS? And what will it take for Republicans to be mainstream?
As the different conservative approaches to ISIS, the NSA, Ferguson and the drug war remind us.
Also, should Mark Sanford’s personal life overshadow his voting record? And is Rand Paul scaring the establishment?
Washington’s cartoonish inability to comprehend anything beyond extremes.
Also, are 9/11 “truthers” hurting the liberty movement? And, is Rand Paul’s foreign policy libertarian?
Let’s give credit where credit is due.
If you’ve paid attention to what he’s said.
Also, is ISIS a real threat to America? And are libertarians eating their own?
Also, is Florida ready to legalize marijuana? And was the murder of James Foley by the Islamic State an act of war?
How did we get here and what do we do now?
No more than criticizing teachers unions is “anti-teacher.”