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Pity the poor American Christian. From every side, he is persecuted, set upon by government bureaucrats, forced to do this, required to do that -- denied his God-given right to pay low taxes and live as he pleases.

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edwards-lamar-white With former Democratic Louisiana Governor Edwin Edwards running for US Congress in a conservative district, a question in many minds is whether the reddening of the State of Louisiana, since his last election, would force Edwards to moderate his views. 

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|Highlighting steps he’s taken to strengthen the middle class, the president during remarks on the economy in Minneapolis slammed congressional Republicans for “not doing anything,” then getting “mad at me that I’m doing something.”

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CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to IRS Commissioner John Koskinen about the current scandal and accusations plaguing his agency.

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Dems, GOP hold hands and sing!
Wednesday, 25 June 2014 19:40

Congressional leaders from both parties hold hands and sing "We Shall Overcome" at a commemoration ceremony.

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|Adam Brandon, the executive vice president of FreedomWorks, explains to CBS News Congressional Correspondent Nancy Cordes why Mississippi Senate candidate Chris McDaniel, who just lost a runoff election to Sen. Thad Cochran in the Republican primary, is not yet giving up his hopes of becoming the Republican Senate nominee.

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|Given the six ongoing investigations into the IRS targeting of conservative groups, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen says appointing a special prosecutor would be a waste of money.

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McCarthy: We'll turn this country around
Thursday, 19 June 2014 20:31

Rep. Kevin McCarthy addresses the media after being selected as the new GOP House Majority Leader.

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|Reps. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., and Steve Scalise, R-La., express their gratitude after the Republican conference elected them House majority leader and House majority whip, respectively.

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GNO Inc's Michael Hecht stokes New Orleans region rapid acceleration


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