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Illegals Suing Colleges Because Tuition is Too High

Somehow, we’ve skipped right past wondering whether illegal immigrants have any business going to publicly-funded colleges and right into the fairness of their tuition rates. At least, that’s the word from the ACLU, which is representing three illegal immigrants in three separate Missouri lawsuits. The suits target the University of Missouri, St. Louis Community College, and Metropolitan Community College, arguing ...

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Hillary Playing Both Sides on Clean Energy

Last week, Hillary Clinton dropped her coy “we’ll see” approach to the Keystone XL pipeline and finally said what everyone already knew: she was against its construction. Writing a post at Medium.com, the Democratic frontrunner (for now) said she was moved to speak out by the acceleration she’s seen in climate change. “Since the application was filed, the effects of ...

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Trump Drops Bombs on 60 Minutes

As the political primary season kicks into high gear, Republican frontrunner Donald Trump is slowly moving from the generalized to the specific. In an interview with 60 Minutes on Sunday, Trump revealed the most detailed glimpse we’ve yet gotten at his plans to “make America great again.” Sitting down with CBS reporter Scott Pelley, Trump offered the nation some new ...

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Hillary Announces Opposition to Pipeline, Economic Growth

Hillary Clinton hyped it up like she was getting ready to blow the doors off the Obama White House with her long-awaited opinion on the Keystone XL pipeline. After ducking the question for months, Clinton finally said last week that she was done giving the administration their due time. “I can’t wait too much longer,” she said in New Hampshire. ...

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Would Hillary Tax Gun Sales by 25%?

A group called Americans for Tax Reform went digging through Hillary Clinton’s background and what they came up with is frightening. Not only does Clinton represent a threat to any American who believes in lower taxes and reduced federal spending, she is a fierce enemy of the Second Amendment. When testifying before the Senate Finance Committee in 1993, the then-first ...

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Professor Obama Lectures Anchorage on Climate Change

It’s been quite the week for President Obama. He kicked things off by renaming a mountain (!), he kept the ball rolling by filming an episode of reality TV with Bear Grylls, and he solidified this week as a memorable one by delivering one of the most damning warnings on climate change we’ve yet heard from a Democrat. Speaking at ...

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Strong Immigration Policy Would Save America Billions

Since Donald Trump unveiled his multi-step proposal on illegal immigration, establishment Republicans like Jeb Bush have hammered the package as too expensive and out of sync with conservative ideals. Various price tags have been attached to Trump’s proposals, some of them as high as $300 billion. That’s a tough pill to swallow for anyone who wants to see the federal ...

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Persecution: Chick-fil-A Unwelcome in Denver

It was the comment heard round the world. In 2012, Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy said that he believed “the biblical definition of the family unit” did not leave room for same-sex marriage. After the Supreme Court struck down statues in 2013 that defined marriage as being between one man and one woman, Cathy took to his Twitter account: “Sad day ...

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Trump Releases Plan to Overhaul Immigration

Even people not normally into politics have been caught up in the unprecedented campaign of one Donald Trump. Outrageous, unfiltered, and unlike any politician we’ve seen in modern times, Trump has shocked the Beltway by rising to the top of the Republican primaries. But what is more shocking is how the controversial real estate magnate has grown into his candidacy. ...

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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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