Support the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

On behalf of our activist community, I urge you to contact your senators and ask them to support the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, as marked up by the Senate Finance Committee. The bill would deliver tax relief to the American people, reform the tax code, and make American businesses more competitive on the international stage.

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Bulverism In Boise

Herd of independent left-wing minds at Boise State mass to protest thought criminal professor (Balefire/Shutterstock)

Scott Yenor, a political scientist at Boise State University in Idaho, published a report with the Heritage Foundation’s Daily Signal, tracing the history of the culture wars through ideas about sex and gender.

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Jeff Sessions can’t withhold grant money from sanctuary cities, judge rules

A federal judge in Chicago has ruled Attorney General Jeff Sessions can’t withhold public grant money from so-called sanctuary cities for refusing to follow federal immigration policies.

U.S. District Judge Harry Leinenweber made the ruling Friday, in which he granted Chicago’s request for a temporary “nationwide” injunction.

The ruling means the Justice Department cannot deny grant money requests until Chicago’s lawsuit against the agency is concluded.

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Congressman plans to sue over removal of painting depicting cops as pigs

The office of a Missouri congressman says he intends to file a federal lawsuit over the removal of a constituent’s painting from its display on Capitol Hill.

The painting, which shows a pig in a police uniform, divided members of Congress for its depiction of Ferguson,

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Former US officials, senior North Korea reps reportedly prepare for talks

Senior North Korean officials are reportedly preparing to come to the U.S. to talk with former government officials, the first time a meeting has happened on U.S. soil since 2011.

The officials representing the U.S. usually take part in Track 2 – or unofficial – talks with North Korea,

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Trump reportedly considers new immigration order after court defeat

Although President Trump said he is convinced that his travel ban will eventually win in court, he said Friday that he is considering crafting a “brand new order.”

He said any action would not come until next week, but he stressed that “we need speed for reasons of security.”

The comments,

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Goldberg on Obamacare repeal: ‘This is a very difficult position that the Republicans are in’

 

Fox News Contributor and National Review Senior Editor Jonah Goldberg said Wednesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that despite repeated promises to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act under the new 115th congress,

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Kerry defends US role in UN’s Israel censure amid backlash

 

A defiant Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday defended the U.S. decision allowing the U.N. Security Council to formally condemn Israeli settlements last week, saying the Obama administration did so in the interest of a

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Japan’s Abe offers ‘everlasting condolences’ at Pearl Harbor

 

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Trump poised for cost-cutting battle with defense contractors

 

President-elect Donald Trump

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