Tuesday, November 10, 2015

1776 COALITION 11/10/2015

Appeals court rules against Obama immigration plan
President Obama's plan to protect from deportation an estimated 5 million people living in the United States illegally suffered another setback Monday in a ruling from a New Orleans-based federal appeals court. In a 2-1 ruling, the 5th U.S. Circuit... Read More

Ted Cruz wins praise in Heritage Action presidential report
Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas received positive marks in a report from the conservative advocacy group Heritage Action for America on Monday, receiving praise on items ranging from limited government to national security. In the group’s inaugural Presidential Platform Review,... Read More

Only 7% of Journalists are Republican
A mere 7 percent of journalists identify as Republicans, and when they do give money to political campaigns they usually donate to Democrats, lending evidence to Republican presidential candidates’ claims that they are facing a hostile audience when they deal... Read More

Michigan ranks last in laws on ethics, transparency
Michigan ranks last in a national study of state ethics and transparency laws and safeguards, set for release today, partly due to its weak public records law and an absence of laws requiring personal financial disclosures by lawmakers and top... Read More

FL Constitution Revision Commission to have big impact
Why should ordinary Floridians care about a massive 37-member government commission that won’t even be appointed until early 2017? They should care because the Florida Constitution Revision Commission has the power and ability to change many aspects of their lives.... Read More

Euro zone won’t release new money for Greece until reforms done
The euro zone will release the next tranche of loans for Greece as well as money for bank recapitalization only after Athens implements agreed reforms, euro zone finance ministers said, noting a Greek pledge the conditions would be met this... Read More

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