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  1. Executive Amnesty Is A National Emergency, It's Time For Patriots To Act AccordinglyRead the original story

    Monday Nov 24 | VDARE

    President Obama's unilateral Amnesty/Immigration Surge means the end of politics as usual . Impeachment, though necessary , is just the beginning.


  2. First Up for House Republicans: Obama's Climate RulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | National Journal

    Republican Rep. Renee Ellmers says the federal government needs a climate policy, but rolling back the one put in place by President Obama is at the top of House Republicans' agenda. The North Carolina Republican said that regulations ought to be done in a "reasonable, commonsense fashion," but Ellmers said the Envronmental Protection Agency "has been incredibly overbearing" in its administration of carbon regulations for power plants.


  3. 2014 Election Win Is an Opportunity for the GOP to Prove It Can GovernRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | US News & World Report

    Republicans woke up last week with the largest House majority in more than 60 years and a new Senate majority with eight new Republican Senators. It has been a remarkable comeback for the GOP when you consider that when President Barack Obama took office, Nancy Pelosi was speaker of the House and Harry Reid controlled a super-majority in the Senate.


  4. Collision AheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | The Weekly Standard

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  5. Coming soon: Fight over expired tax breaksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Politico

    Powerful conservative groups including those backed by the Koch Brothers are pushing Republicans to take a hard line on a raft of expired tax breaks pending in the lame duck, an effort that could jeopardize party leaders' hopes for a low-drama Congress. Koch-backed Americans for Prosperity, Heritage Action for America and others want Republicans to capitalize on their election victory by killing some of the tax "extenders" they've long hated, such as a one subsidizing the wind energy industry.


  6. Gun rights supporters: Please accept my thanks and congratsRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 12 |

    Thanks for proving me wrong. I was worried that gun owners had gone back to sleep after last year's legislative wins.


  7. Clay Aiken's Campaign Show Producer Denies Congressional Run Was a Ruse for TV CamerasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Hollywood Reporter

    Clay Aiken 's congressional bid may have ended in disappointment Nov. 4, but his campaign will live on. In early 2015, the Esquire Network will air a four-hour docuseries on the race - which ended with GOP incumbent Renee Ellmers ' 18-point win - from Lightbox's Simon and Jonathan Chinn , who compare their series to such sober fare as The War Room and Mitt .


  8. Editorial: Let's hope Republicans end gridlockRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 8 | Las Cruces Sun-News

    Republicans around the nation enjoyed a night of election results in which they finally defeated Barack Obama, a man who has twice won national election. But now what happens if Republicans run the Senate along with the House? If the past is a guide, a Republican Senate will support the usual GOP agenda: Cut taxes, cut spending, cut regulations and rattle sabers.


  9. Donors to Clay Aiken's Campaign Feel 'Duped' By Surprise Docu-Series: VIDEORead the original story

    Friday Nov 7 | Towleroad

    An Esquire documentary on Clay Aiken's bid for a North Carolina congressional seat, announced shortly after Aiken conceded the race to incumbent Renee Ellmers on Tuesday, reportedly caught some Los Angeles donors off-guard who are now asking to be removed from any footage used in the series. FrontiersLA reports that actor/producer Steve Tyler, who helped organize one of the big Aiken fundraisers in LA, says he's received angry calls about the announced documentary from friends who attended the fundraiser.


  10. Clay Aiken Donors Upset Over Campaign Turned Into Reality ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 |

    Clay Aiken has learned that you don't have to actually be a winner to come out ahead. He learned that lesson when he came in second on "American Idol" and was launched into fame while the actual winner of that contest is pretty much forgotten.


  11. Another View: Let's hope Republicans unlock the gridlockRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Morris Daily Herald

    Republicans around the nation enjoyed a night of election results in which they finally defeated President Barack Obama, a man who has twice won national elections.


  12. Clay Aiken Loses North Carolina House BidRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | WXLO-FM Worcester

    No longer "Invisible" as he once lamented in a hit single, 2003 American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken won't be adding a congressional seat to his resume. Aiken ran as a Democrat for the 2nd Congressional District seat in Raleigh, North Carolina, against Republican incumbent Renee Ellmers.


  13. Dog bites reality star, Kacey Musgravesa hair on display at CMAsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | The Miami Herald

    Injury on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills set! Kyle Richards' daughter Alexia was bitten by her aunt Kim Richards' pitbull, Kingsley. Hospital pics on social media show Alexia with a large bandage on her hand.


  14. Williams Mullen Government Relations 2014 General Elections ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | JD Supra

    The midterm elections in North Carolina generated an immense amount of voter interest, media attention, and spending by third party groups. An overwhelming number of voters turned out, with a record 2.9 million votes cast, which was well over the 2.7 million votes cast in 2010.


  15. Three frustrating reminders from the 2014 election's last daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Anson Record

    As one of the most hotly contested mid-term elections in North Carolina history comes to a close, it's worth noting some of the lessons that we have already learned regardless of who wins and who loses when the votes are counted Tuesday night. A new report from the Center for Public Integrity finds that State House Speaker Thom Tillis and Senator Kay Hagan had raised $30 million between them by the end of September, a staggering amount of money and a total that is surely to grow much larger when the October contributions are reported.


  16. No Congress For Clay Aiken, But He Did Score Something Last NightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | MTV

    Republican incumbent Renee Ellmers was re-elected to a third term representing North Carolina's 2nd Congressional District, effectively defeating Clay Aiken in his first bid for office. The "American Idol" alum announced his campaign back in February and won the North Carolina Democratic primary after opponent Keith Crisco died suddenly after a fall in his home.


  17. Rep. Ellmers: Action Plan for GOP-Run Congress Being DraftedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | News Max

    Republicans returning to Congress next week for a lame-duck session are focused on how they will govern starting in January when they wield majorities in both chambers, U.S. Rep. Renee Ellmers told Newsmax TV on Wednesday. "The plans are already being laid out and we are going to hit the ground running," Ellmers told "MidPoint" host Ed Berliner, one day after handily defeating Democratic challenger Clay Aiken to retain her North Carolina congressional seat.


  18. Sideshow Races: From Clay Aiken to - Duck Dynasty' family member - " how'd they fare?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Fox News

    Like every election, Tuesday's midterms left a trail of also-rans - several of them, sort-of celebrities who couldn't quite crack into politics. On the sidelines of the marquee Senate races and hard-fought gubernatorial nail-biters Tuesday night, the sideshow races included an unsuccessful bid for Congress by singer-songwriter and "American Idol" alum Clay Aiken and a run by a member of the "Duck Dynasty" clan.


  19. Clay Aiken Loses NC Congressional Race But Gets Reality SpecialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | KRAV-FM Tulsa

    Clay lost to Rep. Renee Ellmers yesterday, thus ending his Congressional bid for North Carolina's 2nd District. , we came up short in another vote,” Clay told supporters after his November 4 loss, staying very optimistic.


  20. Clay Aiken's failed bid for Congress to become Esquire Network seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Los Angeles Times

    Clay Aiken concedes to incumbent Rep. Renee Ellmers in the race to represent North Carolina's 2nd District in the U.S. House on Tuesday in Sanford, N.C. Clay Aiken concedes to incumbent Rep. Renee Ellmers in the race to represent North Carolina's 2nd District in the U.S. House on Tuesday in Sanford, N.C. Clay Aiken didn't reach Capitol Hill -- or "American Idol" victory -- but he will make it to his own TV series. Esquire Network, part of NBCUniversal's cable stable, announced Wednesday that it had picked up a four-episode series about Aiken's failed run for Congress from North Carolina's 2nd District.