May
26

Steve Bannon to head Trump’s Russia War Room

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Steve BannonBannon, the former Breitbart executive whose no-holds-barred approach served Trump well in the homestretch of his presidential campaign, headed home from Trump’s foreign trip and is reportedly the quarterback of an emerging war room of high-powered lawyers, surrogates and researchers. While Bannon is poised to oversee the entire operation, the legal team being assembled is an eclectic roster of seasoned streetfighters and well-known litigators.

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Feb
6

OMB’s Donovan: Obama Open to Gas Tax Increase
By Alexis Simendinger

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Please join us for the rally in Columbia on February 10Are you ready for a federal gas tax increase followed by a state gas tax increase? The federal Highway Trust Fund is running out of money, and some senators have proposed to fix the problem by raising gas taxes. This, however, is the wrong solution because it treats the symptom, and not the underlying reason for the shortfall.

Increasing the gas tax would simply allow Congress to increase spending on often-frivolous projects that do nothing for highway travelers, with no guarantee that it would keep spending below revenues. Thus, in two or three years we would be likely to see the fund once again run out of money.

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Jan
5

Exclusive — South Carolina Tea Party Leader Presses State’s Delegation: Vote Against Boehner
by Matthew Boyle

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John Boehner it is time to retire now!South Carolina Tea Party convention leader Joe Dugan, the Chairman of the Board of the Myrtle Beach Tea Party, is putting his state’s GOP House members on notice: he wants them to vote against John Boehner for Speaker on Tuesday.

“I am confident that the astute, South Carolina Congressional delegation is keenly aware of the voter mandate they received in November,” Dugan said in an email to Breitbart News. “SC citizens are freedom loving patriotic Americans, who are fed up with their rights being compromised and the enslavement by regulation of bigger and bigger government.

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Jan
4

Rep. Louie Gohmert Announces Run for Speaker of the House

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ae5158c0-f898-4a81-b6ea-1d9525a68743.pngLouie Gohmert a man of his word who will listen to the peopleWASHINGTON, DC— Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) released the following statement today regarding his decision to buck the status quo and challenge John Boehner in the race for House Speaker:

“After the November elections gave Republicans control of the Senate, voters made clear they wanted change.  There have been numerous examples of problematic Republican leadership, but we were hopeful our leaders got the voters’ message. However, after our Speaker forced through the CRomnibus by passing it with Democratic votes and without time to read it, it seemed clear that we needed new leadership. There had been much discussion. But, until yesterday, no one had stepped up.

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Dec
16

Ted Cruz Was Right, Again
By Matthew Vadum

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Senator Ted Cruz getting the job done for the American people.The usual suspects are attacking Ted Cruz for doing his job. Republicans and a chorus of conservative commentators are dumping on the sole conservative Republican senator from Texas because – the horror! – he dared to force his Senate colleagues to publicly take sides on President Obama’s shameful extralegal unilateral immigration amnesty.

Apologists for Republican cowardice claim to be upset with Cruz because, as they claim, his parliamentary maneuvers to stymie the amnesty somehow allowed some objectionable Obama nominees to move forward in the confirmation process.

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Dec
1

Obama proposes $263 million for community policing reforms after Ferguson meeting

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The president called for $75 million in federal spending on 50,000 body cameras for local police officers to record community interactions. President Obama said he is determined to “make things better” between police and communities following a meeting with Ferguson officials, activists and civil rights leaders on Monday.

The president called for $75 million in federal spending on 50,000 body cameras for local police officers to record community interactions. The announcement comes a week after a grand jury’s decision not to charge the white Ferguson police officer who fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was black.

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