Seventeen states have decided to pursue a lawsuit against the Obama administration over President Obama’s issuance of an executive order that would ease the threat of deportation for millions of illegal immigrants. The lawsuit was filed on Wednesday and named the top immigration enforcement agencies as defendants.

"What about the poor black child that is killed by another black child?,” asked Giuliani in a heated exchange on Meet the Press. “Why aren’t you protesting that?”

In what has been called a shocking example of a call to vote fraud, the father of Mary Landrieu's chief of staff has been caught on video encouraging Democrat Louisianans to "vote twice."

After a spectacle featuring senior Obama administration officials prostrating themselves before the United Nations “Committee against Torture,” the controversial UN body released a scathing report last week accusing U.S. authorities of widespread violations of what it calls “international law.” Among other concerns, the global panel cited everything from “police brutality” by state and local officials domestically to the actions of the U.S. military and intelligence agencies abroad. Other criticism directed at the United States focused on immigration policies, deportations, prison conditions, Guantanamo Bay, the terror war, and more.

The Hagans were pepper sprayed and arrested because they wouldn't let a woman from social services in their home without a warrant, and now they are suing — and likely to win.

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