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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Dana Rohrabacher
Conservatives are increasingly targeting House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, arguing that he has abandoned conservative principles and protesting his planned meeting with moderate and liberal Republicans.
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, one of the GOP's earliest champions of marijuana legalization, says his party should field a presidential candidate who will support states' rights to legalize pot.
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher said Tuesday that Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and John McCain of Arizona don't speak for the rest of the Republican party.
President Obama's brain trust on Afghanistan does not know much the U.S. spends on the war each year or the American cost in lost lives on the battlefield.
A senior Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Friday praised the Obama administration's policy of using of drones in the evolving war on terrorism, saying he has no problem with the precedent being set by the legally controversial policy and would not be bothered if other world powers — specifically Russia — began using drones to kill terrorists.
The head of a U.S. congressional delegation said Sunday that its meetings in Russia showed that there was "nothing specific" that could have helped prevent the Boston Marathon bombings, but that the two countries need to work more closely on joint security threats.
A heated back-and-forth between Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher and an 18-year-old college student who confessed to being an illegal immigrant has turned even hotter, as players on both sides give conflicting accounts of what occurred.
The Afghan government has barred a U.S. congressman who has criticized President Hamid Karzai from traveling to Afghanistan.
A top House Republican denounced the Treasury Department on Thursday for investigating former U.S. officials campaigning to remove an Iranian dissident group from the State Department terrorist list.
Pakistan is outraged by a resolution sponsored by three House Republicans calling for a vote on independence for the people of Baluchistan, the largest province in the South Asian nation already angry at Washington for its anti-terrorist attacks.
The Iraqi government is using the State Department's terrorist designation of a group of Iranian dissidents as an excuse to crack down on the unarmed exiles in their camp north of Baghdad, a top Republican lawmaker said Tuesday.
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher's opinion column on China ("China undermining economic recovery and U.S. security," Commentary, Thursday) falls into the same trade-deficit trap that many others do: Exports are good, imports are bad.
China's top military leader and a group of officers are set to visit sensitive U.S. military bases this week, in exchanges that defense and congressional officials say run counter to a 2000 law designed to limit such exchanges from bolstering Beijing's arms buildup.
Two California congressmen, one of whom introduced legislation this year calling for a congressional pardon for two U.S. Border Patrol agents, say that if President Bush can commute the prison sentence of former White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby Jr., he can order pardons for the agents.
Two California congressmen, one of whom introduced legislation this year calling for a congressional pardon for two U.S. Border Patrol agents, say that if President Bush can commute the sentence of former White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, he can order pardons for the agents.
"A lot of people are looking around for a replacement for Cantor," Mr. Rohrabacher said. "Eric is abrasive and is not as smooth at playing the political game as he needs to be to not be driven out of power."
"I think that Boehner can survive the discontent that the tea party and the more conservative element of the Republican Party has, but I don't think that is true of Cantor," Mr. Rohrabacher told The Washington Times.