CHQ - Conservatives upset that the 'Prince of Pork' will rule spending panel

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Conservatives upset that the 'Prince of Pork' will rule spending panel
The Hill - Richard Viguerie and other high-profile conservatives are questioning why Hal Rogers will chair the House Appropriations Committee.

Why Constitutional Conservatism is ascending in America today
American Thinker - For decades, government has violated the paramount law that governs it, the Constitution, and now our individual and property rights are greatly diminished, and the nation is insolvent. The ascendancy of constitutional conservatism is people's renewed understanding that restoring the Constitution is the way we can return to exceptionalism in America, writes CHQ's Mark Fitzgibbons.

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Mark Tapscott: Warning! Earmark insanity is resurging among House GOP -- Washington Examiner

Sen.-Elect Mike Lee clarifies his thoughts on the Constitution -- National Review Online

George W. Bush returns to crash the GOP's new Party -- American Conservative

Ron Paul to chair the subcommittee of the House Financial Services Committee that oversees the Federal Reserve -- Politico

The hypocrisy of liberals who claim tax cuts are immoral -- The Daily Caller

Fred Barnes attempts to explain California's reverse-GOP tsunami -- Weekly Standard

GOP presidential hopefuls use foreign trips to boost resumes -- Real Clear Politics

Incoming GOP House leaders eyeing cuts at State, not Defense -- American Spectator (blog)

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