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January 4, 2015
NEW YORK POST Thousands of NYPD cops, still seething over Mayor de Blasio's characterization of them as the bad guys, defied their commissioner and turned their backs on Hizzoner Sunday as he eulogized the second of two officers killed by a police-hating assassin.... (more)


January 4, 2015
FOX NEWS Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert said Sunday that he will challenge House Speaker John Boehner for his post when Congress returns this week to Washington. Gohmert, among the House Republican caucus' most conservative members, made the announcement on "Fox & Friends," saying he decided to run after Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Fla., said Saturday that he would challenge Boehner for the chamber's top post... (more)


January 4, 2015
THE DAILY SIGNAL In daring moves just days before the next election for House speaker, two Republican congressman have offered themselves as alternatives to incumbent Speaker John Boehner, the party establishment's choice... (more)


January 4, 2015
BREITBART The grassroots conservative group FreedomWorks is directing calls to Congress among its 6.7 million supporters nationwide, urging Republicans to vote out House Speaker John Boehner and replace him with a viable alternative. FreedomWorks president Matt Kibbe says:... (more)


January 3, 2015
DAILY CALLER Kentucky U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie became the second Republican to publicly oppose John Boehner for re-election as speaker of the House, releasing a statement on Saturday listing four grievances with the Ohio Republican and other GOP House leaders.... (more)


January 3, 2015
NEWSMAX Idaho's Republican governor and attorney general petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday to hear their appeals of a court decision legalizing gay nuptials, arguing Idaho residents have the right to define marriage as between a man and a woman.... (more)


January 3, 2015
JEROME R. CORSI With the Obama administration issuing rosy economic reports that WND has reported are based on manipulated statistics designed to show GDP growth at 5 percent and unemployment at under 6 percent, economists worry about the impact of the end of the Federal Reserve's Quantitative Easing, the buying of U.S. Treasury debt.... (more)


January 3, 2015
WORLDNETDAILY When Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., was running for president in 2012, Time magazine came out with particularly snarky criticism of one of her campaign promises. On Aug. 18, 2011, in an article titled "Why Michele Bachmann's $2-a-Gallon Gas Promise Is a Fantasy," Time senior writer and energy expert Bryan Walsh mocked the congresswoman for pledging, "Under President Bachmann, you will see gasoline come down below $2 a gallon again. That will happen."... (more)


January 3, 2015
WASHINGTON TIMES Presidents, governors and even mayors have learned to schedule the release of news it wants to stuff unseen down the memory hole to Fridays and during holidays, and the practice is so common now that reporters are doubly wary in staking out the White House and crucial federal agencies as weekends and holidays approach.... (more)


January 3, 2015
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY 'No Labels" seems like a dodge to me. Or at least it used to. I'm referring not so much to the No Labels group as to its idee fixe. The group was established in 2010 by an array of moderate Republicans and what we used to think of as "New Democrats."... (more)


January 3, 2015
THE HILL During election season, one of the most common refrains to bring a reluctant party faithful to the polls is "the most important vote that will be cast is the first one for Speaker." Nothing has changed.... (more)


January 3, 2015
NEWSMAX President Barack Obama's increasing use of executive power on issues such as immigration may hamper his efforts to win Republican support for special authority to negotiate a major free-trade deal with Pacific Rim nations, The Washington Times reports.... (more)


January 3, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson, whose coverage of the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya, has earned her both high praise and harsh criticism, has launched a lawsuit against the Department of Justice, demanding access to FBI documents that involve her personally.... (more)


January 3, 2015
WASHINGTON TIMES Several counties in Florida have put the kibosh on performing any weddings as a sort of duck and dodge against serving gays -- the logic being that clerks with religious objections to homosexual marriage aren't breaking any laws if they don't offer services to anyone.... (more)


January 2, 2015
Activist alert!
BREITBART Republican voters nationwide overwhelmingly want their House representative to elect somebody other than Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) as Speaker of the House, a new poll from Pat Caddell's organization Caddell Associates shows... (more)


January 2, 2015
THE HILL Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.) said Friday that he won't vote for Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) for another term as Speaker. Bridenstine cited the "cromnibus" government spending bill that Congress passed last month as the reason for rejecting Boehner. The measure funds all of the government through September 2015, except for the Department of Homeland Security, which is only funded through Feb. 27.... (more)


January 1, 2015
CONSERVATIVE HQ CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie has been calling for the replacement of GOP Speaker of the House John Boehner arguing that Boehner's not a conservative and that his regular failures of leadership disqualify him from heading the largest House Republican majority since 1928.... (more)


December 31, 2014
YOUTUBE Speaker Boehner keeps enabling Obama – not stopping him. Demand a new House Speaker.... (more)


December 31, 2014
PATRICK GARRY, RA ANALYST Job creation at every level. The ability of every parent to choose the school his or her child attends. A greater mobility for those at the bottom rungs of the economic ladder. A reformed and more affordable higher education system. Targeted tax relief for low-income workers and parents. Greater access to job-skill education programs... (more)


December 31, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY Faced with political division regarded by some as worse than at any time since the Civil War, a broken economy, unprecedented national debt, abuse of executive power, an out-of-control judiciary and collapsing public morals, American voters overwhelmingly backed the Republican Party in the midterm elections, clearly signaling a desire to return to the nation's founding principles.... (more)


December 31, 2014
WASHINGTON EXAMINER The pace of agencies issuing new rules and regulations has hit a record high under President Obama, whose administration's rules have filled 468,500 pages in the Federal Register. And, according to the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the president is poised to unleash another 2,375 new rules on American businesses without first giving Congress an up or down vote.... (more)


December 31, 2014
AARON KLEIN Jonathan Gruber, the embattled former adviser to President Obama on health-care legislation, once conceded the Affordable Care Act would be costly and could lead to rationing and the denial of some treatments, the Daily Caller reported Wednesday.... (more)


December 31, 2014
MICHELLE MALKIN There's no candy coating the truth: Obamacare has had a very terrible, horrible, crappy, none-too-happy year. What it really means is that the victims of Obamacare – taxpayers, health care consumers, health care providers, employers and employees – have had a hellish, nightmarish 2014.... (more)


December 31, 2014
NEWSMAX Pope Francis is increasingly pitting the Catholic Church against the Republican Party in the United States, The Hill reports. The pontiff's most recent action, brokering a deal to soften the relationship between the United States and communist Cuba, didn't sit well with most Republican Catholics.... (more)


December 31, 2014
BOB UNRUH Washington state officials are being sued to stop them from enforcing a new gun law adopted by voters in November after donations of tens of millions of dollars from some of the wealthiest men in the world, including former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Microsoft's Bill Gates.... (more)