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Voting fraud in American elections is a problem, and needs to be dealt with, as the stories linked to below demonstrate. Read More
The House of Representatives voted to change one of ObamaCare's job-killing provisions by defining full-time employment as 40 hours rather than 30.  Ed O'Keefe of the Washington Post has the story at the link below. Read More
A new report by the Inspector General of the State Department finds that the Department lacks records for $6 billion over the past six years.  Hillary Clinton was the Secretary of State for most of that time. Read More
David Bernstein of the Washington Post reviews the history of the Supreme Court's protection of free speech, and shows that a recent dissent by Justice Breyer is frighteningly similar to the anti-free speech attitude of the Progressive Movement a century ago. Read More
Jay Cost of the Weekly Standard explains why Democrats in competitive races do not show the same optimism over ObamaCare as the President.  
Mike Tanner explains why President Obama knew better than to allow questions at yesterday's ObamaCare announcement.  
The NSA has admitted to more spying on Americans.  
Jason Millman of the Washington Post reports on a study of how ObamaCare will cost large businesses more than $5,000 per employee.  
Marc Goldwein of the Atlantic shows how both parties use various budget gimmicks to get around rules intended to prevent more deficit spending. 
Even some Democrats in Congress cannot support funding ObamaCare by diverting funds from Medicare.  


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