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Deported Immigrants Get Taxpayer-Funded Grants From Obama Administration


By Kenric Ward / /at The Daily Signal

Kenric Ward is a reporter for, a national network of investigative reporters covering waste, fraud and abuse in government.

The Obama administration is using taxpayer money to award business grants to deported Salvadoran migrants. (Photo: Leonard Ortiz/MCT/Newscom)


The Obama administration is using a taxpayer-funded program to award business grants to Salvadoran migrants deported from the United States.

Run by the nonprofit Instituto Salvadorno Del Migrante and funded through a $50,000 grant from the taxpayer-backed Inter-American Foundation, the program “facilitates [deportees’] reintegration into their communities and supports their enterprises by offering financial education, technical advice, and assistance with business plans.”

“So, if you break the rules and get deported, we’ll help

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Austin Mayor, Feds Colluded as Texas Gov. Sued to keep Syrian Refugees Out


From Judicial Watch

After the governor of Texas announced that the state would stop accepting Syrian refugees, the Obama administration went behind his back secretly conferencing with a mayor that offers illegal immigrants sanctuary and Syrians a welcome mat. The plan, evidently, was to continue sending Syrian refugees to the Lone Star State, even as the governor initiated litigation to halt the flow. This week Judicial Watch obtained records of the administration’s behind-the-scenes efforts to keep sending Syrians to Texas despite fierce opposition from state officials over the security threats created by refugees from an Arab nation that’s a hotbed of terrorism.

The White House looked to Austin Mayor Steve Adler, going around the governor to confer with

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The California Gathering That Hatched Plan to Prosecute Skeptics of Climate Change


Environmental activists meeting in this seaside cottage in June 2012 strategized on how to prosecute corporations, institutions, and individuals that don’t agree with the Obama administration’s view that man-made climate change threatens the world. (Photo of the Martin Johnson House: Scripps Institution of Oceanography)


Just before joining climate change activist and former Vice President Al Gore for a press conference in New York City, seven state-level attorneys general huddled with a representative of the Union of Concerned Scientists. The political activist, Peter Frumhoff, called for them and other elected officials to move decisively against major corporations and institutions for “denying” climate change.

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Some New Year’s Resolutions for Our Progressive Pals


By Kurt Schlichter at

The year 2016 was a great one for our progressive friends – except for that whole utter repudiation unpleasantness of last November. Now, as a concerned conservative friend eager to help, let me offer you some New Year’s resolutions that will keep you on the path to success. The bottom line: stay the course!

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Biden Denies Lobbying foreign Leaders to Back Anti-Israel U.N. Resolution


Insiders claim Biden pressured Ukrainian president to back resolution

Joe Biden (left) shaking hands with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in March (AP)

BY: at the Washington Free Beacon Vice President Joe Biden is denying accusations that he personally lobbied foreign leaders to vote in favor of a hotly contested anti-Israel resolution at the United Nations last week that has brought U.S.-Israel relations to an all time low, according to sources who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon about the matter.

Insiders familiar with the matter said Biden spoke by phone with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to ask that his country vote in favor of the

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Standing up–from CAP


Standing up Standing for what’s right isn’t easy. It hasn’t been in the past, and it won’t get any easier in the future.

But that shouldn’t stop us. In fact, at Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania (CAP) it never has and it never will.

Since our inception we’ve been in the business of standing for what’s right in the halls of our Commonwealth’s legislature. That means standing up to politicians, standing against government union bosses, and standing in the gap for taxpayers.

Doing the right thing hasn’t made us many friends in Harrisburg, but that’s okay.

We know that ultimately, we exist to serve the people of Pennsylvania. We exist to empower them to take action and demand results from their legislators.

The Commonwealth’s

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Senator Scott Wagner


December 29, 2016



HARRISBURG – Senator Scott Wagner (R-York) has been appointed by Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati (R-Jefferson) to serve as Chairman of the Senate Local Government Committee for the 2017-2018 legislative session.

“This is a great next step for me having served as Chairman of the Senate Urban Affairs and Housing Committee last legislative session,” said Wagner. “I had the opportunity to address issues impacting urban communities, and now I can expand those efforts to every community within our state.”

Wagner said he intends to sit down with prior Chairman, Senator Scott Hutchinson,

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Ryan’s Report–Congressman Ryan Costello



As the legislative session for the year and the Congress comes to an end, this is a good opportunity to look back on the accomplishments of the 114th Congress – and my first term in office. We have achieved many things for Pennsylvanians since the beginning of 2015 and across a variety of important issues.

Our District encompasses individuals and families who are involved with and compassionate about a diverse range of topics – each significant to our region, our Commonwealth, and our country. Your thoughts and interests are central to every vote, meeting, and effort I am involved with here in our district and in Washington, D.C. With that in mind, I hope you will always contact one of my offices if

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