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      Dustin Siggins

      Dustin Siggins is an Associate Editor for The Stream. Formerly the D.C. Correspondent for LifeSiteNews, he has appeared on national TV and radio, and his articles and opinion pieces have appeared at National Review Online, USA TODAY, HotAir.com, Huffington Post, Real Clear Politics, and numerous other publications.

Boehner Walks Into A Trap On Fox News Sunday

11:38 AM 02/16/2015

On Sunday, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) stood tough against questioning from "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace about the dispute over funding for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Rightly, the speaker said that if DHS funding expires, the blame is on Senate Democrats, not the House.

Obama Administration And Senate Open The Door For Incompetence And Corruption With New OMB Pick

3:08 PM 07/28/2014

Rule number 12 of Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals advises readers to “pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” In politics, this is standard operating procedure – think about how Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) was the face of Mediscare tactics by Democrats in 2011 and 2012, or how the Republican National Committee has started a “fire Harry Reid” campaign this year.

No, the GOP didn’t force Obama to abandon modest Social Security reform

12:25 PM 02/25/2014

Over at Wonkblog, Zachary Goldfarb says the president's decision not to include a change to CPI for Social Security rate increases – a measure with little impact on the federal budget in the near-term, but modest benefit to America's fiscal situation in the long-term – in his budget is the fault not of furious liberals, but Republicans.