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    Defunding ObamaCare and tilting at windmills

    Recognizing that you will never win a battle you refuse to fight, Republicans in Congress should never have entered the shutdown battle they are in right now. We were never going to win this fight. It is important to stand on principle, and that is what the conservatives in the House were elected to do. […]

    We Get the Government We Deserve

    This weekend we saw a number of frustrated citizens take a stand to show that they will not allow the government to close our monuments. Depending on who you speak with in the political world, this may seem like a hollow gesture. “What did they actually accomplish?” is a question you might hear. Here’s what […]

    HOOSIER HIGHLIGHT: House Passes Nutrition Program Reform

    It’s been a while since we’ve updated the Hoosier Highlight. On the heels of yesterday’s item discussing the agriculture provisions of the farm bill, it’s only fitting we bring you Congressman Marlin Stutzman’s (R-Howe) floor speech on the House Republicans’ efforts to reform the nutrition provisions of the farm bill. If you click the image […]

    Stutzman May Be Righteous Warrior But Not at Odds with Leadership

    Erick Erickson wrote a highlighted piece on RedState yesterday describing Indiana Congressman Marlin Stutzman (R-Howe) as a “righteous warrior.” This description was largely credited due to Rep. Stutzman losing his leadership position for “supporting limited government” because he “refused to vote for the farm bill.” In the past Erickson has taken removal from the whip […]

    Is this Definition ‘Journalist’ Enough For Ya?

    Defining who is and isn’t a journalist is now under the purview of the federal government thanks to Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), working with Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL). Last week they worked to get legislation through the Judiciary Committee that would determine who is and isn’t qualified to receive protection […]

    Young’s bill restores the balance of power in Washington

    When the founders drafted our Constitution, they separated the powers of the federal government into the legislative, executive and judicial branches in addition to balancing powers between the federal government and the states. Federal legislation would be passed by Congress rather than by executive fiat – because then we would have a King rather than […]

    Stutzman’s Split Passes the House – Open Item

    Yesterday the House passed a Farm Bill that did not include nutrition provisions. We have covered Congressman Marlin Stutzman‘s (R-Howe) intensified efforts to split the bill over the past weeks. After passage Rep. Stutzman’s office released this statement: Transparent government won an important victory today. Conservatives seized an opportunity to split the Farm Bill, a […]

    Preventing the Sequester

    Washington is dangerously close to reaching the deadline for sequestration. This wonky term simply means: automatic spending cuts to federal programs — half from domestic and half from military programs. Sequestration is not a solution to improve our economy and create jobs; frankly it is an irresponsible approach. President Obama proposed sequestration and insisted it […]

    Club for Growth Proves It Doesn’t “Get” Indiana

    It might be an off year in most of the country and here in Indiana, but apparently that doesn’t mean there can’t be a little early blood drawn in potential GOP primaries.  As we have become all too aware in recent years, there is no offseason in elections anymore.  The next round of primaries start […]

    Barack Obama, drone strikes and extrajudicial assassinations

    Last week, a white paper was leaked to NBC News regarding the President’s alleged legal authority to order drone strikes to assassinate American citizens. Reason.com published an excellent follow-up analysis of why the justification is scary and should worry everyone who values our civil liberties. While I have been very critical of Barack Obama on […]


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