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At National Review Online today, Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.) announced legislation he has introduced to create an independent office to oversee Obamacare’s implementation and administration. …today I introduced legislation to create a Special Inspector General for Monitoring the Affordable Care Act — or SIGMA — an office to be tasked spe…
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New York, NY (CFAM/LifeNews) — A UN committee agreed this week by consensus that C-FAM be granted “special consultative status” with the United Nations. Such status allows non-governmental groups access to the UN system, including the conferences where documents are negotiated. Though C-FAM had our application blocked last summer, we were app…
Chris Hayes knows how to give the people what they want. Which is why tonight, he’s giving us an opportunity to ignore another MSNBC show! Then at 11pm, a special live late-night @allinwithchris where we'll bring you all the latest developments in the Christie scandal. #inners— Christopher Hayes (@chrislhayes) January 13, 2014 Bec…
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After a highly contested special election, state Representative Jan Angel came out victorious against appointed incumbent Senator Nathan Schlicher in the battle to claim the state Senate seat in Legislative District 26.
KABUL (Reuters) – An Afghan wearing a security forces uniform shot dead three foreign special forces personnel on Saturday and wounded another, Afghan and Western military officials said, in the first apparent “insider attack” in several months.
Since last year, attacks by Afghan soldiers on their allies in the NATO-run ISAF force have become a serious problem, threatening to further undermine waning support for the war among Western nations sending troops here.
The United States may be one of the most privileged nations in the world, but there are still over 130,000 children in foster care eagerly awaiting a stable home, loving parents, and a chance at happiness. The struggle to find a family is increased when the child is categorized with the stigmatizing label of “special needs.” Whatever the reasons children may be branded with this euphemism, potential parents can be scared away with our culture’s often unforgiving demands for so-called normalcy. Couples (or even single parents) looking to expand their family should not only see through such facile stereotypes, but also be reminded that the love returned by a needy, innocent child can be more powerful than they could ever imagine.
Texas: Once Again, Campus Carry Not On Call For Third Special Session – Elected Officials Weigh In With Governor Perry
It remains to be seen whether state lawmakers can resolve their differences over a transportation bill, the failure of which caused the Governor to bring them back for a third month in a row, and whether Governor Perry would then add more items to the call, including legislation that is critical to your right to self-defense.
Wendy Davis and the pro-abortion mob in Texas forced the state to spend possibly as much as $ 2.4 million to hold another special session to complete it’s working to ban late-term abortions.
One legislator has an idea on how to recoup the expenses: Make Davis, who has raked in a large sum of money to her political action committee, pay for it.
Washington, DC (LiveActionNews) — In a column Friday, the Guttmacher Institute writes lamenting of the great distances women have to travel to obtain an abortion, noting one-third of women have to travel more than 25 miles for this elective surgery. Reading this is a little like reading about how a rich kid had to get a used Honda instead of a new Mercedes.
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“The kids had no idea Chet was coming home… So fun! We had a rough year; so thankful to have him back with us!”
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Here’s What a Ticked Off Sarah Palin Had to Say to Bill Maher After He Allegedly Referred to Her Special Needs Son as ‘Retarded’
Comedian Bill Maher brought the wrath of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin upon himself when he reportedly referred to her special needs son as “retarded” during a comedy show at the Palms in Las Vegas on Saturday.
Former Las Vegas TV personality Ron Futrell claims he was escorted out of the event after he confronted Maher several times during the show at some point after the tasteless joke about Trig Palin.
Missouri State Speaker Pro Tem Jason Smith easily won tonight’s special election in Missouri’s 8th District and will head to Washington, D.C., to work alongside fellow conservatives in the House. Tea Party favorite Smith, 32, was endorsed by Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum, as well as the National Rifle Association.
Rep.-elect Jason Smith (R-MO) wins special election to succeed former Rep. Jo Ann Emerson (R-MO) who resigned over the winter.—
Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) June 05, 2013