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Ocasio-Cortez STILL Can’t Explain How to Pay for Socialist Agenda

At this point, there’s just no excuse for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to sound as ignorant and uninformed as she does every time she appears on television. She’s likely to handily win her race for Congress simply because she lives in a Democrat-dominated district, but the national party should be embarrassed to have her be a prominent, rising star in the ranks. ...

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Is This The Most Conservative Administration of All Time?

Even those who wholeheartedly supported Donald Trump during the 2016 campaign were not fooled about what it was that they were getting. They were all about the nationalism and they were just fine with his proposal to drain the swamp, but they weren’t confused about his conservative bona fides; Trump was not a man who read old William F. Buckley ...

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Millions of Americans See Big Benefit From GOP Tax “Crumbs”

Democrats – including, most infamously, Nancy Pelosi – have downplayed the effect the Republican/Trump tax cuts will have on workers and the American middle class, insisting that the whole thing amounts to one big giveaway to the rich and powerful. The rest of the country, according to Pelosi, gets nothing but the “crumbs” leftover. But according to a new analysis ...

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Trump Does It Again: EU Submits to Deal in Order to Avoid Steel Tariffs

His critics have been blasting him as an out-of-control lunatic who is going to destroy the U.S. economy and throw the world into a major financial crisis, but President Donald Trump was proven right (once again) on Wednesday when he reached a deal with European Union Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker that will put the U.S. on better trade footing than ...

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Gunmakers Worried That Banks Could Destroy Firearms Industry

When we talk about threats to the Second Amendment, we usually limit the discussion to Democrat politicians, liberal activist judges, and advocacy groups like Everytown for Gun Safety. But gun manufacturers and distributors are increasingly concerned that the real threat to their industry will come not from Washington but from corporate America; specifically, from financial institutions who will no longer ...

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TAXATION: Supreme Court Changes the Face of Online Commerce

In a landmark ruling on Thursday, the Supreme Court decided 5-4 that states now have the ability to collect sales tax on online purchases originating locally…even if the businesses themselves do not have a physical location in the state. The decision, which came in the case of South Dakota vs. Wayfair, has the potential of changing the face of e-commerce ...

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California: Let’s Give Free Health Coverage to Illegal Immigrants!

Do California lawmakers do ANYTHING anymore to actually advocate for American citizens living in their state, or is the Democrat agenda essentially now just for illegal immigrants? We only ask because just in the last year, we’ve seen: California become a “sanctuary state” for illegals, threaten to fine employers who cooperate with ICE, defend the Oakland mayor who gave a ...

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“Financial Discrimination”: NRA Files Suit Against the State of New York

The National Rifle Association has filed a financial discrimination lawsuit against the state of New York, claiming that government officials in Albany threatened banks with fines and political punishment unless they cut ties with the gun-rights organization. According to the lawsuit, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York’s Department of Financial Services implemented a “blacklisting campaign” against any financial companies who ...

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NY Times Columnist Admits: I Was Wrong About Trump Tax Cuts

It would be tempting to gloat at a time like this, but we actually have nothing but respect for NY Times columnist David Brooks, who admitted to PBS on Friday that he got it wrong in his criticism of the Trump administration’s tax cuts. In an interview on NewsHour, the “conservative” columnist said that the GOP’s tax reform bill was ...

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