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Will Republicans Cave on ‘Obamacare for the Press’?

Nothing good comes from lame-duck congressional sessions; they’re a frequent repository for bad legislation. From the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 to Obamacare in 2009, examples of badly thought-out legislation passing in December are too numerous to list. The latest...

Jackson to Defund Teachers Unions

Teachers unions would lose access to federal dollars under legislation filed this week by U.S. Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-Amarillo). "Corrupt teachers’ unions sold out our kids when they lined Democrat politicians’ pockets with campaign contributions to keep students out...

Trump Announces ‘Comeback’

At his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, former President Donald Trump announced Tuesday night his “comeback” bid for the White House. His re-election effort marks the first time since Theodore Roosevelt that a former president has sought the office again. “This comeback...

Texas Federal Judge Halts Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan

On Thursday, U.S. District Judge Robert Pittman of the Northern District of Texas blocked President Joe Biden’s implementation of a student loan forgiveness plan that would put taxpayers on the hook for $400 billion. Pittman called the program an “unconstitutional...

Don Huffines: Kari Lake Will Be a Special Governor

PHOENIX — Arizona’s Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake has found an ally in former Texas State Sen. Don Huffines. Huffines, who ran his own gubernatorial campaign earlier this year, has helped Lake fundraise. And this week, Huffines has been on the ground in...

All Eyes Are On Arizona

PHOENIX—Now that Texas’ elections have been decided, attention is turning west towards Arizona, where an undecided gubernatorial race could have major implications on the actions of Texas’ governor and legislature when it comes to securing the Southern Border. As of...