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Watchdog - Fired by her own family!


Trek sources: Mary Burke’s family fired her for incompetence


Wisconsin Democrat gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke didn’t get “burned out” from her overseas job, apparently she was fired by her family.

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Millions flow to four senate hopefuls after billionaires’ White House meeting

After billionaire Tom Steyer met with fellow billionaire George Soros and a top Obama aide in the West Wing of the White House, millions flowed from Steyer to several liberal U.S. senate candidates.
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The bottleneck for BP spill claims: The Freeh group

The BP Deepwater Horizon spill has cost taxpayers and businesses tens of billions of dollars. The company has put up more than $30 billion to compensate for the damage caused but it's not reaching the people who need it most.


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Nevadans’ voting habits may change, but participation is another story

Although Nevadans are taking advantage of early voting, this trend may not mean an increase in the total number of those voting.
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Maryland can’t verify vote flips helped Dems
Maryland election officials were forced to remove five glitching voting machines, but state officials say two other touch screens malfunctioned during early voting, too. Now the Maryland Republican Party is calling for an investigation.


Gender inclusiveness training handouts removed from Nebraska school
After parents pushed for action on controversial gender sensitivity training at a Nebraska middle school, the superintendent said he’s ordered the materials removed from schools.


FTC sues AT&T; claims it’s throttling data speeds
The Federal Trade Commission announced that it was suing AT&T for deceptively slowing down speeds for unlimited data subscribers.

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Citizens For A Strong NH - Suing the IRS 


CSNH is Suing the IRS for Failure to Release Records Between the
IRS and Senator Shaheen and
Rep. Shea-Porter

Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire will be represented by the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ)


(October 30, 2014) - Today, the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) filed a federal lawsuit in New Hampshire against the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on behalf of Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, claiming the IRS is unlawfully delaying the release of records between the IRS and U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) who demanded the IRS investigate conservative organizations for engaging in "political activities."

The lawsuit requests the federal court to order the IRS to release the records. 
Led by Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow, the American Center for Law & Justice is headquartered in Washington, D.C.

The full release, as well as a quote from Jay Sekulow, can be seen here.

Derek Dufresne, Spokesman for Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, released the following statement:

"Senator Shaheen and Congresswoman Shea-Porter have made a career out of hiding from Granite State families. While their constituents are well aware of their refusal to hold town hall meetings, in order to further isolate themselves, these two elected officials have also called on the IRS to target organizations like ours to hinder our ability to highlight their failed records in Washington.    

"For months, the IRS has been stalling and surpassing deadline after deadline in order to delay the release of correspondences between their office and Senator Shaheen and Congresswoman Shea-Porter. Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire has been more than patient waiting for a response, but at this point, we believe that the only means to gain these documents is through litigation. We look forward to working with the American Center for Law & Justice and appreciate their willingness to represent our organization in such an important case."



Daily Signal - Exclusive: Rand Paul Says Obama Thinks He Can 'Act Like a King' 

The Daily Signal


October 31, 2014

Morning Bell

Exclusive: Rand Paul Says Obama Thinks He Can 'Act Like a King'

In an exclusive interview with The Daily Signal, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., answers our questions about immigration, religious liberty, Ebola and the fallout in Ferguson, Mo.

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ALG's Daily Grind - Read the fine print, QE is not really over 


Oct. 30, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

Read the fine print, QE is not really over
Fed: "The Committee is maintaining its existing policy of reinvesting principal payments from its holdings of agency debt and agency mortgage-backed securities in agency mortgage-backed securities and of rolling over maturing Treasury securities at auction."

Cartoon: Sunk

Retired Lt. Gen. Boykin to Americans: 'Go to the polls and vote'
Ret. Lt. Gen. William "Jerry" Boykin makes the case for Americans to vote this year.

EU climate compromise: I will if you will
New European carbon emissions reductions will not take place until the rest of the world agrees to do the same. Poland leads opposition.


Daily Signal - City Says Ministers Don't Have to Wed Same-Sex Couples, but Here's Why It's Not Over Yet 

The Daily Signal


October 30, 2014

Morning Bell

City Says Ministers Don't Have to Wed Same-Sex Couples, but Here's Why It's Not Over Yet

An Idaho town is not going to force a Christian couple who own a wedding chapel to perform same-sex marriages, the town's main attorney told The Daily Signal.

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Latest Reason to Oppose Amnesty? Voter Fraud

Are non-citizens potentially voting in Tuesday's election?

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In the War on Terrorism, We Must Win the War of Ideas

Daily Policy Focus: The foundational ideas of Western civilization matter today as much as ever.

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