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What if students earned college credit for what they learn and can do, rather than the amount of time they spend sitting in a classroom seat?
Few impulses are more widely shared by the American public than contempt for Congress.
You've heard about the bridge to nowhere in Alaska, which raised Americans' ire a few years back. Now there's El Salvador's highway through the middle of nowhere.
Republican lawmakers are moving quickly to try and allow states to require proof of citizenship for a voter registration form after the Supreme Court rejected an Arizona law that did just that.
Three congressional delegates from Arizona are sponsoring legislation to restrict the National Security Agency’s sweeping collection of telephone records, email and Internet data.
America is a nation of immigrants.
In our relatively short history, millions have left their homelands and traveled great distances to be a part of a grand experiment called America. Today, we are a melting pot of traditions, cultures and ethnicities – all united by a shared belief in the freedom and opportunity that we call the American Dream.
It occurred to me recently that President Obama and House Democrats managed to force ObamaCare onto the American people in just over 400 days.
Yet, it's been over 1,600 days since the application for the Keystone XL Pipeline from Canada was submitted to the State Department — and the administration continues to stall on approving or disapproving the project.
If there's anything I have learned since returning to Congress, it's that talk is still cheap, progress is still slow, and our liberties continue to erode every day.
After over fourteen years of global mischief and controversial partnerships on the world stage, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Frias succumbed to his two year battle with cancer earlier this week.
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