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Harry Reid Says Obama Will Soon Replace Scalia

According to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, his conversations with the president have led him to believe that Obama will nominate a Supreme Court justice soon. “We’re going to have someone in the next few weeks,” Reid said in an interview with MSNBC. “I think it will be a little over three weeks.” Reid predicted that after all the talk ...

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Respected Gun Advocate Defends Donald Trump

Since the race for South Carolina started heating up, Senator Ted Cruz has relentlessly attacked frontrunner Donald Trump for his inconsistent views on the Second Amendment. On ABC’s “This Week” last Sunday, Cruz said that the Supreme Court vacancy (possibly) awaiting the next president was all the more reason that voters should be wary of Trump. “If Donald Trump becomes ...

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Obama Takes Shot at Trump, Trump Fires Back

President Obama on Wednesday convened a press conference in California to discuss the nomination of a new Supreme Court Justice, but reporters wanted to know what he thought about the course of the 2016 election. Obama, who has been cautious about wading too deeply into the primaries, measured his words before finally saying: “I continue to believe Mr. Trump will ...

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After Scalia’s Passing, Stakes Couldn’t Be Higher

As regrettable as it is that Antonin Scalia’s monumental Supreme Court legacy has been overshadowed by the immediate political concerns brought by his death, conservatives must take seriously what it would mean to this country if his seat was filled by a liberal Justice. Over the past few years, several landmark decisions have come down to a 5-4 split. And ...

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Female Senators: Hillary Being Held to Sexist Standard

From the moment Hillary Clinton dropped her hat into the ring, everyone who was not a brainwashed feminist radical knew that she was going to play the “sexism” card every chance she got. So far, she has attacked both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders for using sexist language against her, and now her supporters in the Senate are jumping on ...

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University Holds Mock Convention to Predict GOP Nominee

At Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia this weekend, college students participated in a time-honored tradition, holding a mock convention to predict who would win the Republican presidential nomination this summer. The convention, which dates back to the early years of the 20th century, is used to predict the nominee of the party not currently in the White House. ...

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How Big Would a Sanders Government Be?

At the PBS Democratic debate Thursday night, Bernie Sanders was asked by the moderator how large the federal government would be under his ideal administration. “Of course there will be a limit,” Sanders said. “But when today you have massive levels of income and wealth inequality, when the middle class is disappearing, you have the highest rate of child poverty ...

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Trump Not About to Cede Moral Authority to Pope

Proving conclusively that there is no cow too sacred for criticism, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump said Thursday that Pope Francis was wrong on the subject of illegal immigration. “I think that the Pope is a very political person,” Trump said in an interview with Fox Business Network. “I think he doesn’t understand the problems that our country has.” Trump ...

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Iran Taunts U.S. with Pictures of Crying Sailors

Though no one who has any sense of history could possibly praise President Obama for allowing the humiliation of 10 U.S. sailors go unanswered, Iran is steadily proving that his remaining supporters have it all wrong. Obama got plenty of praise for his diplomacy following what could have turned out to be a major international incident, but some of that ...

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San Diego Manual: “Founding Fathers” is Sexist Phrase

You sometimes hear people who are neither liberal nor conservative express befuddlement about political correctness. With no particular horse in the race, these passive Americans shrug whenever the latest controversy about a word or phrase comes up. So what, they might say. Yeah, they’re being too sensitive, but is it really a big deal to start saying [New Liberal Nonsense ...

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