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Sarah Palin's scorched-earth plan for the GOP

CBC.ca

Sarah Palin, who now says she's definitely interested in "serving" as president next year, made a speech last weekend at a gathering of Republican White House aspirants in Iowa. It was somewhat coarser, and certainly more bitter, than her usual bundle of ...

New DACA guidelines to be implemented February 20, 2015

Asianjournal.com

BY now most people already know that President Obama unveiled numerous executive proposals, which will provide deportation relief to many hardworking immigrants, documented and undocumented. The proposals are also aimed at securing our borders ...

Kansas governor won't disclose other appeals court hopefuls

Kansas City Star

Gov. Sam Brownback's office is refusing to disclose the names of potential candidates who were passed over by him for a seat on the Kansas Court of Appeals. Brownback's office Friday rejected an open records request from The Associated Press for each ...

George P. Bush leads school choice rally

KGNS.tv

(NBC) - A "School choice" rally outside the Texas capitol, supports calls to expand voucher programs and charter schools state-wide. New Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush led the rally. He served on the board of one of the state's top charter-school ...

Rick Perry Praises 'Experienced' Governors, Dismisses Senators With 2016 On ...

Daily Caller

With the end of the Obama presidency coming within view, the only thing on the mind of the former Texas Governor is the future, a potential 2016 campaign, and a shot at redemption after falling flat during his initial 2012 campaign. However, it's clear: Perry is ...

Democrats beating GOP in divide and conquer game

The Hill

Democrats may be flailing in the minority on Capitol Hill, but newly empowered Republicans have fared far worse in the opening act of the 114th Congress. While nothing new, GOP divisions have been especially pronounced this January. ADVERTISEMENT.

Troops give early OK to proposed health care changes

Military Times

Capt. (Dr.) Minh-Thu Le interacts with her patient, 8-month-old Alexander, at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. His parents, 1st Lt. Alice Shepard, and her husband, Steven, look on in this file photo. (Photo: James Spellman Jr./Defense Department). CONNECT 3 ...

Homeland Security secretary highlights Super Bowl safety efforts

BioPrepWatch

Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson re-launched the “If You See Something, Say Something” safety awareness campaign on Wednesday after meeting with law enforcement in Arizona on Wednesday to discuss security for Super Bowl XLIX. “As I've ...

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