U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, today released the following statement after President Obama signed his legislation into law to deny U.S. visas to U.N. ambassadors who are known terrorists, such as Iran's recent nominee Hamid Aboutalebi, a participant in the 1979 taking of American hostages in …
.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, today released the following statement reaffirming the need for more accountability in the IRS.
The House and Senate sent a strong, unified signal to the world on Thursday by passing legislation to prevent terrorists from entering the United States as United Nations ambassadors.
Perhaps the federal government ought to stop driving small business, the engine that drives the American economy, toward extinction.
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The Fish and Wildlife Service recently announced a plan to put the lesser prairie chicken on a list of threatened species. Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and other state officials criticized the decision, which could adversely affect agriculture, oil and gas drilling, and wind farms. (Yes, wind …
Was a London salon really reprimanded by North Korean officials after using an image of Kim Jong Un in a promotion? The Guardian reported the story but admitted it hasn’t been confirmed. But that’s no reason not to have a little fun. Sen. Ted Cruz did:
April 15 is the dreaded deadline every year when many procrastinators are frantically punching calculator keys to tally up how much they owe Uncle Sam. And this year, even the U.S. Postal Service wasn't lending a hand. Most post offices, citing costs, decided not to stay open …
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