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John Kerry: Yeah, We’re Helping Iran Fund Terror

Secretary of State John Kerry admitted this week that some portion of the billions of dollars coming to Iran as a result of lifted sanctions will wind up being used to fund terrorist organizations. “I think that some of it will end up in the hands of the [Iran Revolutionary Guard Corps] or other entities, some of which are labeled ...

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Abortion Poll Means Trouble for Clinton

Despite a fairly even split in the American public between pro-choicers and pro-lifers, a new poll shows nuances in the abortion debate that aren’t often discussed in the mainstream media. The poll, conducted by Marist on behalf of the Knights of Columbus, shows that among pro-choice Americans, 66% maintain that abortion should be limited to the first three months of ...

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Federal Bill Would Restore Taste to School Lunches

From the moment it was implemented, the Michelle Obama school lunch program was a disaster. Endorsed and promoted by the First Lady, the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act has resonated nationwide as one of the most unpopular pieces of legislation to come out of the Obama administration. Educators have decried the millions of dollars being wasted, parents have objected to the ...

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Facebook Leads New Crusade Against Free Speech

For years now, privacy advocates have warned that Facebook was growing too large and too powerful to be trusted. As a company, they are fully within their rights to devise whatever rules they like, but with an unprecedented level of access and influence in the world, critics wondered how long it would be before Mark Zuckerberg began exercising his enormous ...

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Whiteness History Month Coming to Portland College

For years, people have sarcastically asked why America doesn’t have a “White History Month,” a question that invariably draws out an answer so oft-repeated that you know it without seeing it again. But whether or not that’s a useful or appropriate suggestion, it appears that Portland Community College in Oregon is going to make it happen. The college has designated ...

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Rubio Sounds a Lot Like Obama on Immigration

Senator Marco Rubio, apparently sensing there’s no open field to the right of Ted Cruz and Donald Trump on immigration, admitted Sunday that he supported leaving illegal immigrants right where they are. In a Meet the Press interview, Rubio said that illegal immigrants who haven’t committed any serious felonies should be allowed to stay in the U.S. “If you’re a ...

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RNC Committeeman Lashes Out at Trump

According to a new report from Politico, a Republican National Committee representative lashed out Thursday at the party’s presidential frontrunner in a closed-door meeting. Holland Redfield, who represents the Virgin Islands, launched a long attack on Donald Trump without actually mentioning the candidate by name. “You can argue with me, but we’re almost terrorized as members of our party,” Redfield ...

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North Korea Boasts: We Can Wipe Out the U.S.

North Korea told the United Nations on Wednesday that their hydrogen bomb test was a rousing success, giving them weaponry “capable of wiping out the whole territory of the U.S. all at once.” The regime has characterized their pursuit of a nuclear arsenal as peaceful and defensive in nature, but their announcement brought near-universal condemnation, to say nothing of skepticism. ...

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Atheist Files Suit to Remove “In God We Trust”

Having been unsuccessful thus far in his fight to get “In God We Trust” removed from American currency, atheist Michael Newdow filed a lawsuit this week that argues the motto is a violation of religious freedom. “It violates the first ten words of the Bill of Rights (‘Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion’) and it violates ...

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Bad News for Republicans and Democrats Alike

If ever there were a chance to introduce a legitimate third party into the American political system, Gallup’s new survey says the time might be now. “At least four in 10 U.S. adults identified as political independents” in a new poll about party loyalty. Gallup blamed anger over Washington gridlock for the exodus, which sees 29% of Americans still calling ...

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