In a radical attack on the due-process rights of Americans that received virtually no media attention, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives voted to give the Obama administration the unilateral power to strip you of your passport and right to travel without a trial or even criminal charges. In fact, the scheme does not even include a way to challenge your status as a non-person involuntarily trapped inside U.S. borders on orders from the secretary of state. Lawmakers, some of whom could themselves be caught in the dragnet along with myriad administration officials, praised the effort as a way to stop alleged terrorists from travelling. But critics said it was an attack on the fundamental rights of Americans, such as due-process protections, and that it must be resisted.

Despite President Obama's best efforts to restrict gun ownership in the country, it is growing more quickly than ever.

The glories of Castro's socialist paradise don't diminish the desire of some Cubans to defect. 

In the wake of the release of undercover videos of Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of body parts of aborted babies, the abortion giant is losing some financial backing from private corporations, and calls are increasing to cut its funding by the federal government.

Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton, reacting to the release of reports by the inspectors general of both the State Department (where she used to work) and Office of National Intelligence that some of her personal e-mails contained national secrets, predictably reacted by deflecting the real issues.

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