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At Allegheny College, civility at the expense of free speech?

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16 of the 20 Senate women awarded the civility prize haven’t spoken out against the new, speech-suppressing IRS rules.

Senate Democrat backs out of supporting fix to military pension cuts

Senate homeland security and governmental affairs investigations subcommittee Chairman Levin holds iPhone as he speaks to Apple CEO Cook in Washington

Carl Levin initially said he would support it

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U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) gives a thumbs down to the Obama administration as she addresses the second session of the Republican National Convention in Tampa

‘As a matter of policy, we do not attend those types of events’

The fastest way to know a Republican senator is not a conservative

Sen. John McCain during the University of Southern California's Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy inaugural Symposium on Sept. 24, 2012. Gus Ruelas/Reuters.

Is there anything worse than a UN treaty?

Bloomberg's astroturf mayors

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Municipal leaders are leaving his group in droves, as the nanny-in-chief expands his gun grabbing mission.

Obama's governing by decree must end


His unilateral move to unshackle online gaming is awful for seniors.

Republican senator urges East Coast missile defense base

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‘This is way too important not to get right’

Ayotte slammed by Schlafly over immigration

Sen. Kelly Ayotte stands beside McCain and Graham. J. Scott Applewhite/AP Photo.

Ayotte is getting an earful from conservative stalwart Phyllis Schlafly following Ayotte’s Sunday announcement of support for the Senate’s pending immigration bill.

Ayotte, McCain say they will do their best to work with Susan Rice

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Vocal critics of incoming national security advisor say they’ll put aside differences

Bloomberg anti-gun coalition targets Ayotte with new negative ad


Spot to air in New England accuses New Hampshire senator of going Washington

MSNBC has a Kelly Ayotte obsession


Uneventful town hall meeting dominates news net’s Thursday primetime and Friday daytime coverage

National media exaggerate anti-Ayotte gun control protests

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Gun control supporters attended but didn’t overwhelm Granite State Senator’s town hall meetings

Congress ignores Obama, pushes ahead on Benghazi

Obama gestures in defense. AP Images.

Republicans ignore Obama, promise to ‘expose new facts and details’ about deadly attack

Top Jewish Obama campaign surrogate: 'Hagel is a patriot' - TheDC

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., right, walks with Sen. Chuck Hagel, R-Neb., as they tour the citadel in Amman, Jordan, Tuesday, July 22, 2008. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

Possible sec-def nominee under fire for positions on Hamas, Israel

Sen. Ayotte 'concerned' about Chuck Hagel's 'prior positions with regard to Israel and Iran'

Obama Cabinet Changes Chuck Hagel

‘If he is nominated … I intend to vigorously question him on those prior positions’

Graham, McCain, and Ayotte demand to know who altered Rice's talking points - TheDC

U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice comments on the attack in Benghazi as she appears on CBS’s “Face The Nation” on Sept.16. Getty Images.

Senators left ‘more disturbed’ after meeting with UN ambassador

GOP senators: We'll block Susan Rice nomination to head State Dept. - TheDC

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McCain: ‘We will do everything in our power to block’ embattled UN ambassador

Sen. Ayotte on 'one of great threats to our national security that you haven't heard of' - TheDC

‘It would be like shooting ourselves in the head, is what the secretary of defense has said’

Sen. Ayotte: Obama 'hypocritical' not to call for independent leaks investigator - TheDC

Possible GOP VP nominee talks Russia, Iran and intelligence leaks

On VP, Sen. Ayotte says she would have different philosophy from Biden - TheDC

Senator says she would have a ‘very different [philosophy] from a Joe Biden not only in terms of foreign policy, but also just where our economy is right now’