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Justice Department Seizes Hillary’s Server

The time has finally come. At long last, after playing games with a congressional investigation, Hillary Clinton is turning her private server over to the Justice Department. Clinton said on multiple occasions that she would not take this step, but as this becomes less about politics and more about potential wrongdoing, she has changed her tune. Clinton claims she has ...

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House Republicans Demand Access to Iran’s “Side Deals”

Congress has a 60-day window to review the nuclear agreement Obama made with Iran. But unless lawmakers have access to the full details of the deal, it is impossible for them to make a clear and coherent decision about its merits. The problem? According to a number of sources (though denied by Obama and Kerry), Tehran has worked out a ...

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Class Envy Done Right

For the last ten years at least, Democrats have made it clear that class envy is a working strategy for their party. By continually telling disadvantaged men and women that it is the system’s fault that they can’t get ahead, they have secured the poor vote in a way that Republicans can scarcely hope to challenge. The only variation comes ...

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Obama: No Such Thing as Voter Fraud

President Obama spoke at the White House Thursday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act. Never one to miss a chance to make a political point, Obama used the opportunity to speak out against voter ID laws. “Sadly,” he said, “too many states are making it harder for folks to vote, instituting photo ID laws that on ...

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Free Speech Controversy at Christian College

If you haven’t seen the recent flap over a Texas Christian University student’s Twitter controversy, it’s worth looking into. In a country where liberal colleges both public and private are hiring radical extremists as professors, conservatives must keep an ear to the ground. Whether you are attending school yourself, have kids going into college, or are simply concerned about the ...

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Idaho Protestors Vow “Defiance Against Tyranny”

About 100 residents of Priest River, Idaho gathered in solidarity Thursday evening after reports surfaced that the VA was planning to confiscate a local veteran’s firearms. The veteran in question – former Navy man John Arnold – was reportedly sent a letter from the VA office warning him that he was not allowed to possess or purchase guns of any ...

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Few Americans Expect Economically Bright Future

For all the claims the president has made about the miraculous job he did dragging us out of the Great Recession, Americans have a dim view of the economic future awaiting the next generation. According to a new poll commissioned by insurance provider Haven Life, only 1 in 8 Americans believe the next generation will have more financial security than ...

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White Women Abandoning Hillary

If Hillary Clinton hoped that she would have the same appeal among white women voters as Barack Obama did among black voters, those hopes are coming down in a hurry. According to a new poll done by the Wall Street Journal and NBC News, Clinton’s favorability numbers are sliding within that key demographic. Her campaign, beset by scandal after controversy, ...

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Senate Kicks Planned Parenthood Issue to September

Despite strong conservative demand, Republican Senators were unable to bring the issue of Planned Parenthood’s federal funding to a vote Monday. The cloture vote was 53-46, putting them seven shy of the 60 votes necessary to shut down a Democratic filibuster. The bill to strip the organization of its tax windfall was proposed by Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa, and ...

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Obama Vows Bigger Carbon Cuts

Republican governors across the country are already planning to either ignore the EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan regulations or file suit against the federal government, but word comes now that those regulations will be even worse than expected. According to senior administration officials, the final rules will cut greenhouse gases 32 percent, a jump from the previous 30 percent figure. ...

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