Czar Barack Hussein Obama said he’s ready, again, to act on his own, without regard to the House. After thousands of illegal children were released into the U.S. and after being promised housing, jobs, food stamps and free education, Obama says he is ready to act on immigration reform.
Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding the United States Supreme Court decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby. “Today’s Supreme Court ruling should serve as a reminder that Obamacare is an overreaching government takeover of our health care system,” Gleason said.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the federal government can not force religious owners of for-profit companies to provide contraceptives to its employees, especially if the owner finds such distribution to be objectionable on religious grounds.
Rob Gleason, Republican Party of Pennsylvania, asked, “Where is Tom Wolf’s budget proposal? … Tom Wolf is more than comfortable with criticizing budgets, but he has refused to offer a concrete budget of his own. As someone who’s spent months running a negative campaign against Governor Corbett, why hasn’t he found the time to produce…
Libertarian voter registration up by 11 percent; several candidates with strong support in races for Senate, Congress, and governor Even as Republicans and Democrats are suffering sharp declines in voters who identify with them, the Libertarian Party is gearing up for their biennial national convention to build on record growth in the last two years.
Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s report on the investigation of Jerry Sandusky.
“It’s your feckless, weak foreign policy on the world stage that is creating a danger zone for all Americans. You and Hillary armed and trained terrorists and gave them true battlefield experience and then you did a cut-and-run in Libya and Iraq leaving our weapons behind. The irony, Mr. President, is that it will be…
An amendment designed to bar the National Security Agency from undermining encryption standards was approved by the House last night.
Having co-authored a 2007 biography of Hillary Clinton, I know that Iraq is not one of her favorite subjects. But with the bloodshed and sectarian division now crippling Iraq, I wondered what her new memoir, “Hard Choices,” had to say about a country that’s long been a political minefield for her.
House Republicans elect California Rep. Kevin McCarthy as the majority leader, and Cantor’s replacement.
When he ran for office four years ago, New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo pledged to close a loophole in the state’s campaign finance regulations allowing corporations and individuals to pour unlimited amounts of money into politics. Instead, he’s become the loophole’s biggest beneficiary.
We’ve spent a lot of time this past year trying to understand how the National Security Agency gathers and stores information about ordinary people. But there’s also a thriving public marketfor data on individual Americans especially data about the things we buy and might want to buy.