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New Speaker Paul Ryan appears to have pledged that amnesty will not pass the House in 2016.  Can he be trusted?  Is his pledge airtight?  What about a lame-duck session after the 2016 elections?  And will Ryan do anything to block the President's unconstitutional executive action... Read More
Federal judges have already ruled against some of Obama's global warming regulations, and more defeats may be coming.
This New York Post editorial makes the case for impeaching John Koskinen.
With half of the health care co-ops established by ObamaCare having gone out of business, and the pace of failures increasing, the Obama administration is desperately looking for a way to save the remainder.
"It sounded an awful lot like a Democrat speaking" was how one Democratic congressman described the speech of newly elected Speaker Paul Ryan.  Democrats expressed the hope that Ryan will overpower House conservatives and push a liberal agenda. Read More
The Senate will vote on the annual reconciliation bill, which cannot be filibustered, in November.
A large minority of House Republicans joined with Democrats to push Federal spending above the limits agree to in 2011 and 2013.  Senate conservatives are hoping for more effective resistence there. Read More
An analysis of Paul Ryan's voting record shows him moving away from the conservatives of the Freedom Caucus.  Meanwhile, Senate Democrats express optimism that he will continue to work with them for more Federal spending and amnesty for illegal aliens. Read More
Stephen Moore outlines the problems with the budget bill now moving through Congress.
The Justice Department decided that no one should be punished for the IRS targeting of conservatives.  Now some House members are preparing to impeach the IRS Commissionor. 


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