In a stunning defeat for President Barack Obama on Thursday, the House passed a bill limiting Obama’s plan to resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees in New Orleans in 2016.

Obama had threatened to veto any such bill that crossed his desk. But that was before 47 of his own Democrats joined with all but 2 Republicans to pass the bill.

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Despite the massacre in Paris carried out by ISIS last Friday, President Obama is going ahead with plans to migrate 100,000 refugees from the ISIS stronghold of Syria to American cities. 10,000 of those refugees will be embedded in New Orleans.

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In a landslide victory, Houston residents voted to repeal a controversial anti-LGBT ordinance that would have allowed men in women’s restrooms.

Houston’s lesbian Mayor Annise Parker tried to get the so-called Houston Equal Rights Ordinance fast-tracked last year. But Houston’s pastors protested loudly, and the ordinance was put on hold.

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The Democrats can breathe a sigh of relief. Vice President Joe Biden is out of the running for the Democratic presidential nomination. Biden had no chance of being nominated anyway, but we all could have used the laughs.


With his wife, Jill, and President Barack Obama at his side in the White House Rose Garden, Biden said the window for a successful campaign “has closed,” noting his family’s grief following the death of his son, Beau.

Still, Biden positioned himself as a defender of the Obama legacy and made clear he views himself as the best possible successor to the President. In tone, the remarks sounded like the kind of speech defending staunch Democratic values that he might have given had he reached the opposite conclusion.

Gov. Gregg Abbott

The pushback to the controversial Supreme court ruling on gay marriage has begun.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott fired the 1st shot across the bow today when he ordered state agencies to take no action against anyone who refuses to issue a marriage license to gay couples.

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President Obama

A New Orleans federal appeals court handed President Barack Obama yet another stunning defeat.

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, in New Orleans, denied Obama’s request to lift a federal injunction that would allow millions of illegal immigrants to stream across the borders, apply for driver’s licenses and steal jobs from hard working Americans.

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Marco Rubio family

Yesterday, Florida Senator Marco Rubio announced his candidacy for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.

A first-term senator, Mr. Rubio doesn’t have an extensive political resume — but neither did Barack Obama, who was elected president based on the color of his skin.

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Benjamin Netanyahu and President Obama

Yesterday, the Israeli people reelected Benjamin Netanyahu as Prime Minister. The people of Israel spoke with one voice and reelected Netanyahu to an unprecedented 4th term — despite U.S. President Barack Obama backing his opposition.

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