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I have a bit of Economics 101 knowledge for the collectivist Left. You know who I mean. The Bernie Sanders “‘Free’ Health Care and ‘Free’ College for All” types. The people who think the United States’ $18 trillion economy magically cam...

The charts above are from Axios.com. It shows that as of December 7th, about 410 women have said they will be running for Congress in 2018 (369 for the House of Representatives and 41 for the Senate) -- and most of them are Democrats. It could be mor...

Looks like the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Disgraced Democratic Congressman John Conyers, while announcing his resignation earlier this week, endorsed his son, John Conyers III to replace him in the U.S. House of Representatives. The...

And another one bites the dust? Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) is expected to resign from Congress amid allegations of “inappropriate behavior,” multiple media outlets reported Thursday night. Politico reported that Franks, a member of the c...

This may be part of a long-term Democratic plan. The post Is There More to Al Franken’s Delayed Resignation Than We Think? appeared first on RedState.

If elected, Republicans hands are effectively tied. The post If You Think Republicans Can Do Much of Anything If Roy Moore Wins, Think Again appeared first on RedState.

The Senate voted 51 to 49 to pass its version of the GOP Tax Cuts and Jobs Act early Saturday morning. Many lawmakers only received the text of the massive bill, which has far-reaching implications across multiple sectors, just before the vote, leavi...