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Senator seeks secret memo used as ‘loophole’ for Obama regs

The Obama administration is facing pressure from Congress to release a secret Reagan-era memo allegedly used to this day to shield a slew of executive actions and regulations from congressional scrutiny. 433 more words

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Battle over Obama immigration actions lands before Supreme Court

Obama’s immigration executive actions lands Monday before a short-handed Supreme Court, where justices will consider a fundamental question: how much power does the president truly have? 599 more words

In The News

Hatch talks about Scalia, appointment of new US Supreme Court Justice

SALT LAKE CITY — The death of the Supreme Court’s conservative standard bearer during the administration of Democratic President Barack Obama puts a floodlight on the divisions in American politics. 200 more words

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Supreme Court agrees to review Obama immigration plan

The Supreme Court is just as crooked as crooked as Odummer, so we know they are going to side in with him. Tuesday the Sureme Court agreed to review President Obama’s plan to shield up to 5 million illegal immigrants from deportation, after lower courts blocked the president’s sweeping executive actions from taking effect. 463 more words

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Sen. Orrin Hatch stops by to talk politics, mine river spill and Iran nuclear deal

Sen. Orrin Hatch stopped by Fox 13’s Good Day Utah to talk about Trump, Clinton, Bush and Cruz.

He also talked with us about the mine was river spill and the Iran nuclear deal. 17 more words

Good Day Utah

What A Find *Weekend Open Thread*

This is a two-fer kind of find thing, but on two wildly different topics.

The first find is of the bipartisan kind, unusual these days. And it is a political discussion for this Weekend Open Thread. 1,027 more words

Open Thread

Stewart, Hatch Wage War on Wild Horses and Burros with Bills to Give States Power to Manage Wild Equines into Extinction

Source: Multiple

“Below is an unedited article that has appeared in many publications across the country and beyond.  The content, as usual, is riddled with bad facts, incorrect information and bombastic assumptions that all point to the demise of our wild equines for the benefit of special interest groups who support individual political agendas.  382 more words

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