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A group of conservative congressmen is hoping to replace John Boehner and possibly other House leaders with members who will more closely adhere to the Constitution.

This year's proposal by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan is special in that it features a couple of key falsehoods that are thoroughly refuted by the budget document itself.

Michigan Sen. Carl Levin, chairman of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, attacked Caterpillar on Tuesday for using loopholes in the law to save the company an estimated $2.4 billion in taxes since 2000.

Thanks to a combination of busybodies, "bleacher envy," and mission creep, Title IX is being used to erode freedom further.

South Carolina's Lindsey Graham has become the neoconservative Republican targeted by Tea Party and liberty movement organizations nationally, and the South Carolina U.S. Senate primary on June 10 may be the most important race of the 2014 campaign.

The transfer of control over the Internet to an unknown gaggle of internationalists could spell the end to Internet freedom and the beginning of government censorship of all web content.

A new bipartisan proposal for overseeing NSA collection of metadata exempts the agency from constitutional standards of surveillance.

Former Republican lobbyist David Jolly prevailed in a March 12 special election in Florida's 13th Congressional District, a swing district victory many political observers are calling a bellwether for the November mid-term elections. The prime issue of contention in the race between Jolly and Democrat Alex Sink was President Obama's signature healthcare law, usually called “ObamaCare.” 

A New York Times article reports that the CIA's suspected spying on a Senate committee may have been designed to prevent the committee from discovering information on black site prisons.

President Obama dropped his fiscal 2015 budget proposal on Congress March 4 to a chorus of yawns and indifference. The budget featured numerous massive new spending proposals — almost none of which are likely to become law — along with proposals for tax increases on “the rich” and fiscally unsustainable deficits through the rest of his presidential tenure.

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