Phil Kerpen

American Commitment

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President of American Commitment, free-market advocacy 501(c)(4) organization; former Vice President for Policy at Americans for Prosperity, a free-market advocacy group that worked with several Tea Party groups and was founded by oil billionaire David Koch

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About 2000 Native Americans from tribes all over the country have gathered in Canon Ball, North Dakota near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.

Native Americans versus big oil

About 2000 Native Americans from tribes all over the country have gathered in Canon Ball, North Dakota near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.

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America's shortage of doctors has been growing for years, and the  Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act  is going to make it much worse.

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Wisconsin's public employee unions say they've agreed to Republican Governor Scott Walker's proposed increases in pension and healthcare contributions.

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