After inexplicably allowing it to languish on his desk for over a month, Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has finally joined the fight against the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) by agreeing to sign the bill prohibiting Virginia’s military or law enforcement from assisting in the detention of American citizens.

 
 

Vice President Joe Biden Thursday repeated one of the controversial statements he made in the 2008 campaign. Speaking in Exeter, New Hampshire, Biden said it is patriotic for rich people to pay more in taxes than they do now, and the wealthy know it.

 
 

This bill would require parental notification for minors crossing state lines to obtain abortions.

A coalition of Tea Party groups has decided that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is making it too difficult for start-up Tea Party groups to qualify for tax exempt status and so is creating one to fight back. The group is complaining about IRS requests for thousands of pages of documentation required to obtain or to keep their exempt status under Section 501(c)4 of the Internal Revenue Code. Eric Wilson, director of Kentucky’s 9/12 Project accused the IRS of “targeting local Tea Party, liberty groups and ordinary citizens” with an 88-question IRS questionnaire and demands that it be completed and returned within two weeks. 

 
 

On Tuesday, the European Court of Human Rights issued a ruling permitting the United Kingdom to extradite to the United States six men suspected by the U.S. of committing acts of terrorism.

 
 

When Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), Chairman of the House Budget Committee, summarized his tax and spend plan, he used standard Republican rhetoric in explaining it.

 
 

 As controversy continues swirling around the shooting of Trayvon Martin, the family of George Zimmerman, the man who shot Martin, has demanded that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder explain why he has not pursued charges against the New Black Panther Party, which put a bounty on Zimmerman’s head and is now threatening to start a “race war.”

 
 

 Only hours after Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum suspended his campaign yesterday, GOP contender Ron Paul opened a three-city tour in his home state on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station to an overflow crowd of about 2500. He pressed ahead with his message of liberty to the eager gathering, with an additional 500 people viewing him remotely from outside the auditorium.

 
 

Wyoming has settled a lawsuit with a pro-life group that sued the state after officials removed its pro-life displays from a tunnel leading to the state Capitol. Rich Cathcart, head of the Wyoming State Building Commission, admitted that he had ordered the removal of two poster boards placed in the tunnel by WyWatch Family Action, a state pro-life group, claiming that his office had received complaints about the displays. As reported by the Associated Press, one of the posters included the graphic image of an unborn baby, while the other featured a group of women expressing their regrets about having abortions.

Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum announced his withdrawal from the presidential race April 10, citing excessive campaign debt and daunting delegate math in upcoming primaries. “We made a decision over the weekend, that while this presidential race for us is over, for me, and we will suspend our campaign today, we are not done fighting,” Santorum said in his concession speech in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

 

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