CALENDAR: The House and Senate are both in recess for the next several weeks. The House is not expected to meet again until at least April 20. The Senate has said it will come back on April 20.   FISA FOLLOW UP: Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz – the man who found no fewer…

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CALENDAR: The House and Senate will both come back Monday and stay in session through Thursday.   LAST TWO WEEKS ON THE HOUSE FLOOR: The House came back to work on Wednesday, February 26. They passed three bills under Suspension of the Rules, including H.R. 35, the Emmett Till Antilynching Act, which will, for the…

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CALENDAR: The House and Senate will both return Monday. The House will stay in session through Thursday, but the Senate may stay in session later, depending on whether or not an impeachment trial begins. LAST WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR: The House came back on Tuesday. On Wednesday, the House passed a bill under Suspension…

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House Democrats are gearing up for an impeachment vote this week and they’re hoping “something” will stick before the 2020 election. With the impeachment hysteria happening, what does all of this mean for 2020? Victor Davis Hanson from the National Review broke down how important polling is during all of this impeachment hysteria: Polls matter.…

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Climate change continues to have the left up in arms – ironic, considering they hate guns. As we’ve pointed out before, this new brand of climate change activism is just a vehicle for instituting socialism. We cannot allow this to continue. Just look at the pure emotion from climate activists like Greta Thuneberg. She’s not…

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CALENDAR: The House and Senate will both return Monday, and stay in session until Thursday. LAST WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR: The House returned on Monday, and moved to consider H.Res. 647, Rep. Andy Bigg’s resolution censuring and condemning Rep. Adam Schiff for his conduct in overseeing the so-called “official” impeachment inquiry. As expected, Democrats…

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When it comes to big government and federal overreach, nothing stinks quite like Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s pet project: the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The CFPB is a monster of constitutional violations, and the U.S. Supreme Court has finally taken notice. The Competitive Enterprise Institute explains: The CFPB was meant to protect American pocketbooks and property.…

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