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Are Anti-Discrimination Laws Unconstitutional?

Christian bakery owners Melissa and Aaron Klein just wanted to make a go out of their Oregon-based business. However, they weren’t willing to compromise their beliefs for the sake of making a buck. When a lesbian couple approached them in 2013 to ask for a wedding cake, they politely declined. That’s when the you-know-what hit the fan. Feeling discriminated against, ...

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No Principles, Only Politics: Democrats Turn Pro-War

There have been few examples of political hypocrisy as stark as what we’ve seen in the last few days from some of Washington’s most anti-war Democrats. At every turn, Democrats who built a political career out of opposing George W. Bush’s war in Iraq have been lining up to support Obama’s…war in Iraq. Politico rounded up some of the worst ...

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RFK Jr. Wishes Global Warming Deniers Could be Legally Punished

You can always count on a liberal to take things a little too far. Though they claim that one of their primary tenets is the right to free speech, they never seem particularly eager to protect those they disagree with. Such is the case with Robert Kennedy, Jr., one of the climate change movement’s most extreme supporters. In an interview ...

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Palin: Time to Do Away With the IRS

Speaking to the Values Voters Summit on Friday, former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin took aim at the Internal Revenue Service. For the last year, the IRS has been embroiled in a scandal for targeting Tea Party groups and other conservative organizations for audits. Palin used the scandal to illustrate why Americans should vote for politicians willing to dismantle the ...

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Bloomberg Can’t Find Anti-Gun Candidates In Need of Help

Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City, has been looking high and low for candidates to endorse and support in the upcoming elections, but he may have run out of viable options. Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety this week announced a round of endorsements that included candidates from 28 states, most of whom are Democrats. According to media ...

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The Last Thing Republicans Need Is More Compromise

I’ve come to the conclusion that liberals lack self-awareness. For years, they’ve been shouting that Republicans in Congress refuse to compromise with the president, seemingly unaware that compromise comes from two sides meeting in the middle. Much of Congress’s failure to do business with Obama has been the fault of the White House and not Capitol Hill. This week, U.S. ...

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