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Ohio Democrat Fights to Replace Nancy Pelosi as Leader

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is accustomed to an unchallenged party election, but she’s going to face a bit of opposition this time around. Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan is challenging Pelosi for the leadership position, arguing that the time has come for the Democratic Party to embrace a “new message and a new messenger.” While Pelosi is widely expected to ...

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Christians Have High Expectations for President Trump

Leaders in top social conservative circles are excited about Donald Trump assuming office in January and they have big expectations from the new president. According to a new story in Politico, evangelical groups that came out forcefully for Trump now expect to see him come through on his campaign pledges. In the story, March for Life official Tom McClusky acknowledged ...

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Can Trump Roll Back the Power of the Presidency?

Donald Trump campaigned vigorously on promises of ripping up President Obama’s executive orders on guns, immigration, Cuba, and more. And while most conservatives will be happy to see him follow through on those promises, we should hope that he won’t go further than that and make a bad situation worse. As president, Trump has a golden opportunity to erase the ...

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“Fake News”: Liberals Think Conservatives Are Hopelessly Dumb

If you ever wanted to really find out how liberal elitists in Washington and the media feel about conservatives, Donald Trump’s election has brought the truth to the surface. They think we’re racists, sexists, sure. We already knew that. But what’s becoming clear now is that they also think conservatives are hopelessly, profoundly stupid. This can be seen in the ...

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Soros Pledges to Spend $10 Million on Fighting Hate Crime

Liberal billionaire George Soros announced this week that his Open Society Foundation will donate $10 million to combat the supposed rise in hate crime we’ve seen since the election. In an interview with the New York Times, Soros said he was “deeply troubled” by media reports that say there has been a rash of Trump-related crimes since election day. “We ...

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Democrats Plotting to Overthrow the Election Results

As of November 22, at least six Democrats in the Electoral College have joined a movement to keep Donald Trump from getting to 270 votes. On Dec. 19, the 538 members of the Electoral College will meet in their respective state capitals to make Trump’s victory official. Until they cast their votes, Trump’s win is merely theoretical. We’ve never seen ...

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What’s the Future for FBI Director James Comey?

At various times throughout the election, FBI Director James Comey found himself the subject of intense criticism from both the Democrats and the Republicans. Comey, who took the post in 2013, attracted the spotlight in July when he announced the conclusion to the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. Speaking in place of Attorney General ...

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How Will Trump Deal With the United Nations?

There’s a piece in the New York Times this weekend about the United Nations and its role in a Donald Trump world. While the article notes some of Trump’s complimentary words about the UN, it also points out some of the areas where the international body and the Trump administration could find themselves at sharp odds: Sarah F. Cliffe, a ...

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Trump to Pick MITT ROMNEY for Secretary of State?

According to sources inside both the Donald Trump camp and the Mitt Romney camp, the president-elect is meeting with the former Massachusetts governor this weekend at Trump Tower. On the agenda: Romney is being considered for the position of secretary of state! The only way this could be more surprising is if Trump was considering Hillary Clinton for the job. ...

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Mexico Colluding With Sanctuary Cities?

The Mexican government is reaching out to immigrants inside the U.S. in the wake of Donald Trump’s impending presidency. The communication is to be expected, but the nature of the language has some wondering about the extent to which Mexico is collaborating with so-called “sanctuary cities” in the U.S. These cities, which have diverse internal rules regarding how they process ...

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