Supreme Court strikes down abortion pill rule

In a close 5-4 decision Monday, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby, ruling that corporations cannot be forced to provide contraception coverage for their employees. Justice Samuel Alito wrote the opinion with Justices Elena Kagan, Sonia Sotormayor, Stephen Breyer and Ruth Bader Ginsberg dissenting. Click link below to read more:

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Powerful new consensus on Supreme Court

WASHINGTON — FOR years, particularly after the 2000 election, talk about the Supreme Court has centered on its bitter 5-to-4 divisions. Yet it is worth reflecting on a remarkable achievement: The court has agreed unanimously in more than 66 percent of its cases this term (and that figure holds even if Monday’s remaining two cases, on the …

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Trey Gowdy grills IRS Commissioner about “lost” emails and the law

  During a rare Monday night hearing, House Republicans hammered embattled IRS commissioner John Koskinen over the “lost” Lois Lerner emails and over his continued insistence that there was no criminal wrongdoing in their coincidental disappearance. While, as to be expected, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) repeatedly challenged Koskinen, for instance, when he demanded that he cite …

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Freedom Walk 2014

Republican Party Freedom Walk

4th of July, 2014 2nd Annual Freedom Walk. Celebrate America’s Independence Day with the Volusia County Republican Party! Bring your flag, bring a friend and bring your favorite candidate. There will be food and contest. Join us to be a part of celebrating our founding!    

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Governor Rick Scott takes lead in new poll

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A new poll released Monday from the Florida Chamber of Commerce Political Institute finds Gov. Rick Scott ahead of former Gov. Charlie Crist, his leading Democratic opponent. The poll of likely voters shows Scott, who is backed by the Florida Chamber, ahead with 41 percent, Crist right behind with 38 percent and Libertarian Adrian Wyllie …

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RPOF files ethics complaint against Charlie Crist

  The Republican Party of Florida filed its third ethics complaint against Democrat Charlie Crist related to his ties the law firm of Morgan & Morgan. This complaint revolves around Crist’s decision as governor in 2010 to appoint one of the firm’s lawyers to a post that nominates judges while he was negotiating with Morgan …

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Jihadists take Iraq, U.S. embassy braces for worst in Baghdad

The United States announced that some staff was being evacuated immediately, largely due to the impending threat of Al Qaeda splinter group ISIL’s (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) assault on Baghdad. To further secure the diplomatic post, the United States sent an additional 150 additional Marines to the embassy. “A small number of DOD (Department …

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Governor Rick Scott lowers tuition for all Florida students

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Governor Rick Scott has signed House Bill 851 that lowers tuition for all Florida students. Governor Scott said, “Making sure all Floridians have access to an affordable higher education is one of my top priorities. Signing this historic legislation today will keep tuition low, and allow all students who grew up in Florida to have the …

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Nine more government programs wasting your tax dollars

If someone approached you on the street and asked for a dollar to promote mohair exports—or to perfect a weight-sensing skateboard—would you give it to him? Probably not. Yet these are enterprises you have unknowingly supported through paying your federal taxes. Click our Facebook or Twitter links on this website to discuss, or click the …

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