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  1. CPAC 2015: Paul wins straw poll, Bush strugglesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WPTV Local News

    For the third year in a row, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has won the Conservative Political Action Conference's straw poll. "Those who love liberty must rise to the occasion.


  2. Milbank: CPAC beats up on BushRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Salt Lake Tribune

    It happened just as Jeb Bush was about to explain why he thinks conservatives need to stop being perceived as "anti-everything": Attendees at the Conservative Political Action Conference let it be known that, as part of their anti-everythingness, they are also anti-Bush. A man wearing a tricorn hat and carrying a large "Don't Tread On Me" flag stood up to stage a 30-person walkout of the former Florida governor's speech.


  3. Reunions and ransoms: a day online in Myanmar's Rohingya campsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    Thae Chaung: In this teeming camp for displaced Rohingya Muslims in western Myanmar , it's easy to overlook the internet huts. The huts have bamboo walls, thatched roofs and, most importantly, dusty laptop computers that allow Rohingya to re-establish contact with relatives who have left on boats for Thailand and Malaysia.


  4. Victor Davis Hanson: Here's how immigration should workRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Fresno Bee

    ... of immigrants here illegally if some liberal criteria were first applied. First, close the border to illegal immigration to prevent recurrence of these problems. Texas authorities report that 20,000 foreign nationals have crossed the state's ...


  5. The Brit Who Crashed CPACRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Politico

    When Dan Schneider, executive director of the American Conservative Union, heard Nigel Farage speak at a dinner last fall, he was entranced by the maverick British politician. "I was very impressed with his thought process and his ability to captivate an audience," Schneider told .


  6. Did Jeb Bush cheat and tried to rig the CPAC Straw Poll?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    Was Jeb Bush was so worried he would face a hostile audience at Conservative Political Action Conference that he bused in supporters from Washington, DC to the Gaylord hotel in National Harbor, Maryland to cheer him as he spoke on Friday, Feb. 27, 2015 and vote for him in the straw poll on Saturday, Feb. 28? The liberal media including the New York Times and Slate are saying, yes, accusing the former Florida governor and 2016 potential Republican presidential candidate of cheating and packing poll votes . Still Bush came out in fifth place with 8.3 percent, which says that the situation was so bad for Bush that even in rigging the votes he could not get close to winning.


  7. Ny Id Cards for Illegals a Smash HitRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    A new ID card issued by the city of New York, called IDNYC, has drawn an unexpectedly huge response, as some New Yorkers who already have government-issued identification have joined enormous numbers of illegal immigrants, elderly residents, and even the homeless to clamor for such a card. In the first month after it was offered, the city received 260,000 requests for appointments.


  8. Apple Watch Debuts in 12-Page Vogue SpreadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Bloomberg

    Feb. 26 -- Bloomberg's Max Abelson reports on undocumented immigrant Julissa Arce and how she became a star at Goldman Sachs. He speaks on "In The Loop."


  9. Rand Paul Wins CPAC's 2015 Straw Poll, Jeb Trails in Last PlaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul won this year's CPAC's straw poll, with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker coming in only two points behind. Dr. Ben Carson came in fourth place with 11 percent, and former Gov. Florida Jeb Bush came in last place at eight percent.


  10. An embarrassing spectacle in the House over DHS fundingRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    FACED WITH an impending debacle - the suspension of funding for the Department of Homeland Security and its 240,000 employees - the Senate did the sensible thing, voting to keep the department solvent through the remainder of the fiscal year. Then the House of Representatives, where dyspepsia has displaced deliberation as an organizing principle, threw common sense to the winds.


  11. McMorris Rodgers says there's no deal for clean DHS billRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Hill

    Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers said House Speaker John Boehner did not promise Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi a vote on a long-term funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security next week. Reports surfaced Saturday afternoon that Pelosi sent a letter to colleagues Friday night urging them to back a week-long extension of DHS funding to "assure that we will vote for full funding next week."


  12. Obama's highhanded immigration hypocrisyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Washington Examiner

    ... families, and Obama's scheme to commandeer the Internet wouldn't be called "net neutrality." Obama's illegal immigration actions are not within his executive authority merely because he depicts them as within his prosecutorial discretion. Obama's ...


  13. Amnesty danger to gun rights conspicuously absent from LaPierre CPAC speechRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    ... IRS" and "politicians ... pushing nanny state social schemes." The closest LaPierre came to taking on illegal immigration was a reference to "terrorists crossing our borders or embedded within our communities." But he didn't say a thing about the ...


  14. Boehner's job in question after failed bill to fund DHS for 3 weeksRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    Speaker John Boehner on Friday, failed at keeping the Department of Homeland Security open for three weeks. His own House Republicans voted against Boehner's legislation.


  15. Cutting through histrionics of immigration decisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Nevada Appeal

    The latest histrionics of those opposed to rational immigration reform measures has its basis in the Feb. 16 opinion of Federal District Judge Andrew S. Hanen in the case of Texas v. United States.


  16. Llenroc mansion owner loses appeal, may forfeit estateRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Albany Times Union

    Annie George arrives for her sentencing at the Federal Courthouse July 9, 2013 in Albany, N.Y. ORG XMIT: MER2013070910155221 Llenroc, the late Al Lawrenece's mansion,Friday afternoon December 18, 2009. ORG XMIT: MER2015022817174199 REXFORD - A woman who was convicted in 2013 of harboring an illegal immigrant for more than five years, including three at the Llenroc mansion, last week lost an appeal to overturn her conviction.


  17. Partisan wrangle over DHS funding bill shows U.S. leadership deficitRead the original story

    Saturday | Xinhuanet

    The U.S. government's image as an omnipotent world leader came under question again late Friday, although the Department of Homeland Security avoided a partial shutdown at midnight. President Barack Obama signed a funding bill for the DHS after both the Senate and House of Representatives voted to give Congress another week to figure out a longer-term funding solution for the agency.


  18. Shutdown of US Homeland Security avoided with one week extensionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Big News

    The US Homeland Security Department has managed to avoid a partial shutdown after Congress passed a one-week funding extension, just hours before a midnight deadline was due to come into effect. The House of Representatives voted in favour of the short-term bill after it had been passed in the Senate and it was signed by President Obama shortly afterwards.


  19. Stopgap bill in US Congress keeps Homeland Security Department open, for nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | South China Morning Post

    The US Congress passed a one-week bill to avert a partial shutdown of the Homeland Security Department, as leaders in both political parties quelled a revolt by House conservatives furious that the measure left President Barack Obama's immigration policy intact. The final vote late on Friday at the end of a long day was a bipartisan 357-60 in the House of Representatives, a little more than an hour after the Senate cleared the measure without so much as a roll call.


  20. Anti-govt vs. anti-racism: Thousands gather for rival rallies in RomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Russia Taday

    Demonstrators march to protest against a rally held by Northern League party leader Matteo Salvini in downtown Rome, February 28, 2015. Thousands of supporters of the right-wing Northern League party flooded the streets of Rome on Saturday, slamming the government of Matteo Renzi.