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The Senate and the Courts

With little fanfare, President Obama has enjoyed remarkable success in his project to remake the federal courts in his own ideological image. How much more he achieves during his final two years in office depends in large part on whether Republicans win control of the Senate this November. 9 more words

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Ambassador who sided with Muslim Brotherhood spearheads State Department’s anti-ISIS effort

Bridget Johnson at PJ Media reminds us that Patterson stood firmly behind the Brotherhood as it persecuted opponents and attempted to consolidate its rule. Consequently, she was reviled by the Brotherhood’s opponents to the point that, according to Johnson, when she left her post Egyptians partied outside the U.S. 21 more words

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NLRB to Employers: Go to Hell

In May, an NLRB regional judge ordered a California Hooters to rehire a waitress who intimidated and cursed out her colleagues and bosses over an allegedly rigged bikini contest. 36 more words

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Immigration Agent Union: Obama Admin 'Widened the Loopholes' for ISIS to Enter U.S.

The Obama administration has “widened the loopholes” that Islamic State and other extremist fighters could use to enter the United States, a leading union of immigration officials says. 18 more words

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Great news: 36% of Americans can name all three branches of government

When you’re waiting in line at your polling place in November, remind yourself that it’s statistically likely the person ahead of you and the person behind you understands basic civics at the level of a four-year-old. 14 more words

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