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Albuquerque Tea Party granted tax-exempt status after 8 years

The IRS finally granted tax-exempt status to a Tea Party group in what lawyers representing the group on Wednesday called a “major victory for free speech.” This took 8 years to do. Continue reading →

Trump, Pence press for release of jailed pastor in meeting with Turkey’s president

President Trump pressed for the return of a jailed American pastor Tuesday during his first face-to-face meeting with Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The White House said Trump “raised the incarceration of Pastor Andrew Brunson and asked that the Turkish Government expeditiously return him to the United States.” Continue reading →

Motel room Bibles called dangerous as cigarette smoke

How can these idiots be offended by something they don’t believe in? I’d put more Bibles in the rooms. Atheists are dedicated to removing those Gideon-placed Bibles from motel rooms says university facilities can’t have them because they’re linked to the government.

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Key names added to lawsuit against IRS

Several IRS executives who wielded great authority and are now accused of targeting conservatives because of their faith and political perspectives, have been added to a lawsuit over the discrimination and harassment that resulted from their political use of the tax agency.

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Calls to pull the plug on U.S. gifts of tanks, F-16 jets to Egypt grows

On Thursday, Republican Rep Vern Buchanan urged Obama to stop the shipments of 20 American F-16 fighter jets and 200 Abrams tanks to Egypt. The Florida Congressman is part of a growing chorus of critics who have asked the administration to pull the plug on the $213 million deal.

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Pressure builds to nix gift of tanks, F-16s to Egypt

Later this month the new Egyptian government is scheduled to begin taking delivery of 10 F-16 fighter jets and 200 Abrams tanks – courtesy of U.S. taxpayers. This deal is to cost us $213 million as part of a foreign aid package signed when American ally Hosni Mubarak was president, but a growing chorus of critics say the Obama administration should pull the plug. They cite Egypt’s new Muslim Brotherhood government’s mixed signals to the U.S. and Israel, as well as America’s fiscal problems, as reasons for rescinding the deal.

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