Hundreds of Illegal Immigrants Released by Homeland Security: Checkmate to Fiscal Cliff Stalemate?

Just a week before the fiscal cliff stalemate causes mandatory budget cuts to go into effect, the Department of Homeland Security has started releasing hundreds illegal immigrants from detention citing impending budget cuts.

On Tuesday, Gillian M. Christensen, the spokeswoman of the Immigration and C...

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Political Advisor Doesn’t Seem to Understand Facebook, Fired Over Derogatory Slur

Jeremy Jensen, a political advisor to Nebraska State Senator and gubernatorial candidate Charlie Janssen, learned that hard way about privacy on the internet, when his offensive comments made their way to a local newspaper resulting in his termination. Jensen, who was hired by Janssen less than one m...

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Protesters March in Detroit against Emergency Law

On Thursday, protesters in Detroit came out in support of a lawsuit filed on Wednesday challenging Michigan’s emergency manager law. The lawsuit claimed that the law “effectively establishes a new form of government” in the state. Protesters marched on government buildings and demonstrated against the ...

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North Korea Enters “State of War” with South Korea

On Saturday, North Korea stated that it was entering a “state of war” with South Korea, though South Korea maintains the two Koreas have been technically in a state of war for over six decades with an armistice ending the 1950-53 conflict.

However, it seems, the U.S. showing that it can send stea...

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Obama, O’Brien Crack Wise at White House Correspondents Dinner

After several serious weeks for the American public, President Barack Obama showed his lighter side this weekend at the annual White House Correspondent’s Association dinner. Obama was joined by the event’s host, late night television talk show host Conan O’Brien as journalists who cover the p...

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NRA Criticizes Demonizing of Law Abiding Gun Owners

On Friday, National Rifle Association leaders, speaking at the first NRA convention since the Newtown school massacre, heavily criticized the anti-gun lobby for misdirected hysterics. Chris Cox, the executive director of the NRA Institute for Legislative Action said “Our freedom is under attack like never ...

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IRS Apologizes to Tea Party Groups

On Friday, the IRS apologizes to Tea Party groups and other groups considered as conservative for singling them out for overzealous audits of their applications for tax-exemption. The director of the Internal Revenue Service, Lois Lerner, admitted that in an attempt to manage the number of applications made ...

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McCain Hesitant to Call for Impeachment of Obama

As Republican lawmakers scurry to impeach President Barack Obama for his response to the Benghazi attacks, Senator John McCain called for caution in what he described as a “serious issue.”

During an interview with ABC’s This Week, McCain urged his fellow leaders to exercise caution in ...

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IRS Commissioner Resigns Over Targeting Scandal

Stephen Miller, the acting Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, resigned on Wednesday after admitting to his knowledge of IRS employees targeting conservative groups in May. The IRS was found to have targeted groups seeking non-profit status with the terms “patriot” and “tea party” in thei...

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Obama Lawyer Knew of IRS Scandal In April

With the recent IRS scandal, in which certain GOP affiliated groups applying for tax exemption who had telltale names including the words “patriot” or “tea party” were unfairly scrutinized in IRS vetting, Republicans are definitely politicizing the event, suggesting, in effect, that this inj...

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Tea Party Revitalized By Scandal

The Tea Party was unjustly scrutinized by the IRS in a scandal that has cost Steve Miller his job and has cast a shadow of doubt on whether Obama’s administration intentionally oppressed their opponents. Well, receiving injustice can give you a sense of the righteousness of your cause, and America...

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Bachmann Will Not Seek Reelection

Controversial Congressional Representative and former Presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann has announced that she will not seek reelection in 2014. Representing Minnesota, the extremely conservative Bachmann has represented her Congressional district for eight years, and did not give a specific reason ...

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Ricin-Laced Anonymous Letters Protesting Gun Control Sent to NY Mayor

New York law enforcement authorities said on Wednesday that two anonymous letters addressed to Michael Bloomberg, the Mayor of New York City, and his gun control group, have been found laced with the deadly poison ricin.

The anonymous letters referred to the debate on gun laws. The police also said t...

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