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Tom Marino: Nancy Pelosi Acts Like She’s Royalty [Video]

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U.S. Congressman Tom Marino is not backing down after his confrontation with former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, during which she allegedly twice accused him of being an “insignificant person.” Insisting on zero tolerance, Marino claimed that Pelosi not only dissed him, but by extension dissed the vast majority of middle-class Americans. As The Inquisitr previously… Read more »

House Intel Committee On Benghazi: No Obama Administration Wrongdoing

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The House Intelligence Committee is just one of many congressional panels to investigate the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, which took place in 2012, and the Republican-led inquiry has reportedly concluded that there was no deliberate wrongdoing by the Obama Administration surrounding the event. According to The San Francisco Chronicle, the panel voted… Read more »

Michelle Obama Stands Up For U.S. Veterans, Condemns Veteran Homelessness

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Michelle Obama has criticized the current situation of military veterans in the U.S., many of whom are currently subjected to homelessness. Speaking before 1,600 activists and government officials at the 2014 National Conference on Ending Homelessness in Washington D.C., the First Lady called the approximately 58,000 cases of homelessness among military veterans a “stain on… Read more »

Ben Carson Presidential Campaign One Step Closer to Reality

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Dr. Ben Carson, a Washington Times columnist and former head of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, told his employer Friday that he was one step closer to launching a 2016 presidential campaign. According to the Washington Times, the doctor who was the first to successfully separate twins conjoined at the head has launched his… Read more »

CIA Admits Spying On Senate Intelligence Committee

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The CIA admitted Thursday to spying on the Senate Intelligence Committee’s computers while its staffers were preparing an investigation of the controversial post-9/11 interrogation and detention program. CIA Director John Brennan apologized to the committee leaders for the breach. Agency spokesman Dean Boyd added in an email to The Associated Press that Brennan convened an… Read more »

House Of Representatives To Sue Barack Obama For Abusing His Authority

Impeach President Obama: White House Expects Republicans To Start Impeachment Efforts

Ever since President Barack Obama’s Affordable Healthcare Act passed, it has been met with both positively and negatively, as mentioned in multiple reports here on The Inquisitr. Some of our reports include Obamacare surviving a tax challenge despite it only being popular among 40 percent of Americans. We also reported on a case in which… Read more »

Obama Amnesty Executive Order Allegedly Imminent

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Illegal immigrants may soon be granted amnesty in the form of work permits by the stroke of President Barack Obama’s pen. A Democratic Senate aide said the president is planning to allow millions of illegal aliens to remain in the United States courtesy of an executive order, Bloomberg Businessweek reports. President Obama is expected to… Read more »

Obamacare Approval Just 40 Percent [CNN Poll]

Obamacare Approval Not Going Well

Obamacare approval continues to struggle in light of a newly released poll from CNN showing that just 40 percent of Americans approve of the law, and a mere 18 percent say they’ve been helped by it. In all, the signature domestic achievement of President Obama has met with 59 percent disapproval, and for some conservative… Read more »