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President Kept One ‘Promise’—He Vetoed The Keystone Pipeline, says AMAC

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‘Transporting crude oil via pipeline is far less hazardous than moving the stuff by rail’ WASHINGTON, DC, Feb 27 – After years of debate and study and an “all clear” from the State Department, a bill giving the go-ahead for construction of...
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A More Conservative GOP?

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I just spotted some interesting polling: Nearly half of Republicans want their party to move farther to the right, according to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll. Democrats mostly want their party to stay the same. Forty-six percent of Americans who either identify...
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How Much Does Illegal Immigration Cost You?

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from Heritage.org – Executive Summary Unlawful immigration and amnesty for current unlawful immigrants can pose large fiscal costs for U.S. taxpayers. Government provides four types of benefits and services that are relevant to this issue: Direct...
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Powerful Pro-Life TV Ads…From Pampers

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from – wnd.com WASHINGTON – The popular culture and the ad world haven’t forgotten how precious life is – not entirely anyway. While Madison Avenue is paying close attention to the effectiveness of ads debuting on the Super Bowl, it’s also...
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Gridlock Instead of Governing: Immigration Edition

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‘Behind President Obama’s Plan to Sabotage Congress and Blame Republicans’ By Peter A. Finocchio and Caroline Rayburn Some had hoped that the election of a fully Republican Congress last November would ease the gridlock in Washington....
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Don’t Just Try

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What is our best? What do we really mean when we talk about doing our best? It’s become a stock answer we hear whenever someone asks another person to do something: “I’ll try my best!” Afterwards, we’ll hear the inevitable follow-up: “I tried my...
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How a Free Clinic Is Saving Health Care in America

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from – The Daily Signal – by Melissa Quinn Every time Alan Davide passes the intersection of Weston Canal Road and Chapel Drive in Somerset, N.J., he sends a prayer up to God. “God bless these people,” Davide repeats. For the last three...
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The Great Society Declared War on Marriage: Obamacare Made It Worse

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from – NCPA – by Devon M. Herrick President Lyndon B. Johnson declared an “unconditional war on poverty” in 1964 and followed up a year later with an avalanche of domestic social and antipoverty programs known collectively as the Great...
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Government Should Subsidize, Not Tax, Marriage

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from – educationnext.org – by – Paul E. Peterson Key facts about one-parent families are amply documented elsewhere in this issue of Education Next, which is devoted to reflections on the Moynihan Report. In a rich, diverse set of essays,...
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A Neighborhood is Speechless When They See What a Group of Teens Did to Their Property

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from – IJReview – by Kara Pendleton A Colorado neighborhood woke up over the weekend to discover that sidewalks and driveways were completely cleared of snow at 53 properties. Image Credit: Youtube The teenage boys who committed the kindly deed...
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