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After an inexcusable delay, the Senate may finally begin work on a bill to spell out the President's authority for the war against the Islamic State.
Investors' Business Daily looks at ObamaCare's state exchanges and finds serious problems.\
Hillary Clinton has pledged that as President, she would go even farther than Obama in providing amnesty by executive action.
Conservatives are raising questions about the quality of health care plans offered by ObamaCare.
Even though the Republican budget resolution is nothing close to what conservatives wanted, it would cut domestic spending enough that liberal Democrats are outraged.
Even pro-amnesty Sen. John McCain has ruled out using the National Defense Authorization Act as a vehicle for amnesty.  Some House Republicans hoped that NDAA could be amended to provide a limited amnesty for illegal aliens. Read More
Emergency room visits were supposed to decrease, but ObamaCare has actually caused them to increase.
Jonathanb Tobin raises important questions about the true nature of the Clinton Foundation.
Even though a bipartian coalition in demanding that the House write and vote on a war authorization resolution, Speaker Boehner prefers to give Obama a free hand. Read More
Leading Republicans are ready to throw away the chance to repeal ObamaCare if the Supreme Court rules against most subsidy payments.  Rather than demanding repeal, they would keep most of the law in place. Read More


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