New Report: $100 Billion in Welfare Going to Immigrants

According to a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies, immigrants – both legal and illegal – are costing the U.S. a fortune in welfare benefits. The study, based on an analysis of Census figures from 2012, shows that the federal government is spending more than $100 billion to provide welfare to immigrant families. While immigrants aren’t the only ...

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Obama Replays a Classic: “You Didn’t Build That”

If you were to compile a list of President Obama’s most egregious statements, his 2012 assertion that entrepreneurs do not deserve credit for their success would have to be on there. “You didn’t build that” immediately joined “bitter clingers” in the Obama pantheon of ridiculousness. But apparently, the theme is returning in the president’s final year. On Friday, Obama had ...

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NY Times Columnist: Racism is What Drives Trump Supporters

Paul Krugman, the “liberal” columnist for the New York Times (as though there are any other types), wrote last Friday that he was very concerned about how the media would cover the general election. Is he afraid that too much anti-Trump coverage will produce a backlash? No, no. He’s worried that the media won’t be anti-Trump enough for his liking. ...

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Surprise: Obama Admin Deceived Public on Iran Deal

We had to wait years until we learned the truth about Obama’s deceptive campaign to implement the Affordable Healthcare Act, but the truth about the Iran deal is already here. Ben Rhodes, one of Obama’s top national security advisers, admitted to the New York Times magazine this week that the road to that deal was paved with lies and propaganda. ...

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Rick Perry Offers Full Support to Trump

Last year, former Texas Governor Rick Perry was one of the first presidential contenders to go after Donald Trump, calling him a “cancer on conservatism” that he was not about to stand by and watch “metastasize” throughout the Republican Party. But as RNC Chairman Reince Priebus once said: Winning is the antidote to a lot of things. On Thursday, Perry ...

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Obama Slaps Federal Regulations on E-Cigarettes

Several years ago, desperate smokers finally found a product that could actually help them quit. Where patches and gum failed, e-cigarettes succeeded. For the first time in history, there was a quit-smoking tool that actually worked. And while “vapers” may find it just as hard to put their e-cig down as they did the Marlboros, virtually every study has shown ...

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The Year Voters Took Back the Republican Party

On Tuesday, Donald Trump crushed the last of his Republican opposition, sending Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. John Kasich to the locker room. By the time he gave his victory speech from Manhattan, Trump had been honored by the RNC as the presumptive nominee. After spending millions of dollars to stop this very moment from becoming a reality, the NeverTrump ...

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Will Disney Turn Princess Into LGBT Hero?

Disney’s Frozen owes its box office success to a witty script, a (minor) break from the usual formula of romantic resolution, and a song that no American parent will ever forgive them for writing. But it has also inspired feminists and LGBTers to claim the movie’s heroine – Princess Elsa – as one of their own: the first lesbian princess ...

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Democrat Reads Transgender Kids’ Book on House Floor

Thursday probably wasn’t the first time a House representative read a children’s book on Capitol Hill, but it may have been the first time that book’s subject was a transgender child. Rep. Jackie Speier, a California Democrat, read “I Am Jazz” to her colleagues last week – the charming tale of a young boy who finds out that he’s really ...

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George Will: Conservatives Must Keep Trump From Winning

George Will is one of the few prominent conservatives to garner respect and admiration from the liberal media. Part of it is his affinity for over-intellectualizing his columns, but most of it is his ideology. Will’s conservatism is the kind that liberals find palatable. It’s the kind of conservatism you see in David Brooks, the lone “other voice” at the ...

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