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The History Of Mass Shootings That Needs To Be Heard Before People Demand More Gun Control

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Florida massacre--See Something, Say Something?

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Regulation entering mentally ill receiving federal disability into FBI gun database would NOT have prevented massacre in Parkland, FLA.

By Robert Romano at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government 17 people are dead in Parkland, Fla. because of the ...

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Rogue Reporter Flips The Script On Liberal Media – Tells Americans This Controversial TRUTH For Once

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House of Representatives Files Amicus Brief in Support of Judicial Watch Taxpayer Lawsuit to Prevent D.C. Government from Illegally Spending Taxpayer Money

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From Judicial Watch

‘The Local Budget Act is a naked and unabashed effort to strip Congress of powers vested in it by Article I of the Constitution, and to circumvent… the one constitutionally-appropriate way to proceed.’

– House of Representatives’ amicus curiae

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that on March 31, 2016, the U.S. House of Representatives filed an amicus curiae brief urging a U.S. District Court to deny the D.C. government’s efforts to dismiss a Judicial Watch lawsuit, which seeks to prevent D.C. from illegally expending tax dollars. The House amicus brief was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (Clarice Feldman v. Muriel Bowser and Jeffrey S. DeWitt

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Judicial Watch Statement on Supreme Court ‘One-Person, One-Vote’ Evenwel Ruling

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From Judicial Watch

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch reacted to today’s ruling by the United States Supreme Court in finding that the “one-person, one-vote” principle under the Equal Protection Clause allows States to use total population only, rather than voter population, when apportioning state voting districts. Judicial Watch said that the decision was “political” and would “not stand the test of time.”

The Supreme Court ruled this morning unanimously that Texas was constitutionally justified in drawing state electoral districts based on total population.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton stated:

The Supreme Court’s Evenwel decision undermines the principle of “one man, one vote.” The decision will encourage politicians to fill their legislative districts with more non-citizens and fewer voting

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Philadelphia Hit With Lawsuit for Concealing Election Records

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City has failed to provide information on possible non-citizen voters

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BY: at the Washington Free Beacon

The city of Philadelphia is being sued in federal court for refusing to provide information about possible non-citizen voters.

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), a firm based out of Indiana, filed a lawsuit on April 4 on behalf of the American Civil Rights Union (ACRU), an Alexandria, Va.-based election integrity group, against the Philadelphia City Commissioners for their failure to respond to inquiries about voter roll maintenance

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Senate Appropriations Committee Report

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Senate Appropriations Committee Report April 2016 Committee Website General Fund Revenue Collections, $86.7 Million, or 2.0%, Above the Monthly Estimate

General Fund revenue collections for the month ended March 2016 totaled $4.49 billion, which was $86.7 million, or 2.0%, above the monthly estimate. Fiscal year-to-date collections total $22.2 billion, which is $147.4 million, or 0.7%, above estimate for the year. Fiscal year-to-date General Fund revenue collections are $529 million, or 2.4%, ahead of last year at this time. March is typically the largest revenue collection month of the year.

Corporate net income (CNI) tax collections were $17.1 million, or 3.7%, below estimate for the month. Regular (i.e. annual)

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Donors Decline to Back More Fracking Research After Study Finds No Link to Water Contamination

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Workers unload fracking fluids from a tank truck in 2011 at an injection well in Youngstown, Ohio, where the fluids will be pumped deep underground. (Photo: Jim West/Newscom)

 

The lead researcher in a study that concluded that fracking in Ohio didn’t contaminate groundwater told The Daily Signal that, contrary to her previous remarks, donors to the study did not pull funding because of “specific disappointment” with those results.

Amy Townsend-Small, an assistant professor of geology at the University of Cincinnati who conducted the three-year study, did acknowledge that some financial backers “have declined to continue funding past the initial study period.”

However, Townsend-Small said in an

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16 Democrat AGs Begin Inquisition Against ‘Climate Change Disbelievers’

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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman speaks alongside former Vice President Al Gore. Neither Gore nor the “AGs United for Clean Power” has any concern over the First Amendment or the stifling of scientific debate. (Photo: Reuters/Mike Segar/Newscom)

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Hans von Spakovsky is an authority on a wide range of issues—including civil rights, civil justice, the First Amendment, immigration, the rule of law and government reform—as a senior legal fellow in The Heritage Foundation’s Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies and manager of the think tank’s Election Law Reform Initiative. Read his

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6 Reasons Not to Celebrate Obamacare’s 6th Anniversary

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| News Release by COMMONWEALTH FOUNDATION

6 Reasons Not to Celebrate Obamacare’s 6th Anniversary

Problems Persist as Health Care System Flounders

HARRISBURG, Pa.—Lower costs? Improved access? Promises made—and broken—in the six years since Obamacare became law on March 23, 2010.

“The past six years have not brought the health care fixes promised to Pennsylvanians,” commented Elizabeth Stelle, director of policy analysis for the Commonwealth Foundation. “In fact, we’ve seen just the opposite—higher costs, less access, and lower quality care.”

Stelle provided six reasons Pennsylvanians won’t be blowing kazoos for this anniversary.

Higher Costs – Pennsylvania insurers asked for approval to hike premiums by up to

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Press Release from PA House of Representatives

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PA Rep. Daryl Metcalfe

Pennsylvania House of Representatives

www.pahousegop.com

Media Contact: Ty McCauslin

717.772.9979

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

April 12, 2016

Pennsylvania Must Join with Majority of States in Restoring Right to Work

HARRISBURG — State lawmakers, leaders from organizations across the Commonwealth and other individuals dedicated to making Pennsylvania America’s next right-to-work state officially reintroduced the Pennsylvania Open Workforce Initiative (House Bills 1750-55) on Tuesday.

 

“With the recent addition of neighboring West Virginia, there are now more right-to-work states in the U.S. than compulsory-union states,” said Representative Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler). “The governor can mislead all he wants about the so-called structural deficit or the need for recurring revenue (massive tax increases), but

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