Chris Littleton

Littleton and Associates

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Owner of Littleton and Associates, a libertarian consulting firm, and State Director for Ohio at American Majority Action; Co-founder and former President of the Ohio Liberty Council, a statewide coalition of 61 Tea Party groups

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Big money is finally being spent by Republicans desperate to prevent Donald Trump from winning their party's presidential nomination.

Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures by Unhappy Republicans

Big money is finally being spent by Republicans desperate to prevent Donald Trump from winning their party's presidential nomination.

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The government shutdown is having ripple effects beyond the furloughing of hundreds of thousands of federal workers.

Does the Government Shutdown Matter Outside the Beltway?

The government shutdown is having ripple effects beyond the furloughing of hundreds of thousands of federal workers.

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Attorney General Eric  Holder is being grilled  by a Congressional committee today about possible scandals in two agencies with investigative powers.

The Obama Administration and the Shadow of Scandal

Attorney General Eric Holder is being grilled by a Congressional committee today about possible scandals in two agencies with investigative powers.

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