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    Report indicates IRS 'doubling down' on conservative groups

    A conservative columnist and political pundit finds it "scary" that the IRS has yanked the tax-exempt status of a conservative group simply because it has criticized members of the Obama administration. USA Today has reported that the Internal Revenue Service has revoked the tax-exempt status of a c ... Read More

    Hillary Clinton needs to answer for squandered aid money to Afghanistan

    Afghan corruption long has diverted too much U.S. aid money. Now, internal U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) documents suggest a policy decision by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to waive restrictions on recipients resulted in America sending millions of dollars -- at least ... Read More

    Junk nutrition

    The "success" of Michelle Obama's Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act is evidenced in school trash everywhere. That's where these meals are ending up, which explains why more than a million participants in the $12 billion federal school lunch program pulled out last year, according to the General Accountab ... Read More

    Opposing worldviews: Bundy supporters 'patriots' – or 'terrorists'?

    A conservative activist and political pundit is calling Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to task for referring to citizens camping out in the Nevada desert as "domestic terrorists." During a recent debate on Nevada radio station KSNV, the political divide between Nevada's two U.S. senators became c ... Read More

    Obama Begins Japan Trip at Exclusive Sushi Restaurant

    TOKYO (AP) -- President Barack Obama on Wednesday opened a four-country Asia tour aimed at reassuring allies in the region that the U.S. remains a committed economic, military and political partner that can serve as a counterweight to China's growing influence. The president kicked off his trip on a ... Read More

    Is Chicago helpless?

    Michigan Avenue, Magnificent Mile. A luscious spring Sunday, plenty of reasons to stroll outdoors. And Chicagoans relishing every moment. Except, that is, for four girls and a boy, ages 11 to 15, who were shot late Sunday on Michigan Avenue. In the block at 6600 South. Same day, same street. For the ... Read More

    Allen West to Republicans: 'We have to unify'

    A conservative leader believes there needs to be "resolute leadership" to bring the various factions of the Republican Party together to win in this fall's midterm elections. Allen West, a former congressman and retired Army lieutenant colonel, agrees with conservative pundits who believe the Republ ... Read More

    The IRS scandal: The gun smokes

    Were they simply discussions of procedural matters in advance of prospective legal action against bona fide rules violations? Or are those discussions evidence of a federal conspiracy hatched by Democrats to silence conservative critics? Shockingly, emails obtained by Judicial Watch more than sugges ... Read More

    Nix the $100 million for Obama library

    Illinois taxpayers could be on the hook for $100 million, plus interest, for a presidential library in Chicago. No sweat. Illinois is rolling in cash. Lawmakers devoted $50 million to renovating the Capitol last year, including $669,608 for copper doors, $323,000 for chandeliers and $150,000 for fan ... Read More

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