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Black Lives Matter Activist to Whites: Give Your Property to Us

Just when you thought you’d seen the craziest of the crazy from the misbegotten, racist movement known as Black Lives Matter, they come out of the woodwork to prove that you haven’t seen anything yet. In an article for Leo Weekly, Chanelle Helm, an activist associated with Black Lives Matter Louisville, gives us “10 requests” that white people should consider ...

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Conservatives Call New Seattle Tax an “Assault on the Rule of Law”

The Freedom Foundation is suing the city of Seattle over a new tax passed by the City Council targeting high-income residents. While the council calls its initiative a “new formula for fairness,” the conservative think tank says it’s an illegal scam that sets a disturbing precedent. The new measure is aimed at those who make more than $250,000 a year ...

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MAGA: American Companies Posting Double-Digit Profit Growth

According to a new analysis from Reuters, American companies recorded by the S&P 500 are on their way to posting two consecutive quarters of double-digit profit growth, the first time they’ve done so since 2011. Among the factors contributing to the rise: Cost-cutting, a weakening dollar, and an improvement in consumer spending. But one cannot look at the hard figures ...

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Thanks for Nothing, John McCain

In the early morning hours of July 28, 2017, Sen. John McCain cemented his legacy as an enemy of American conservatism with his vote against the “skinny repeal” of Obamacare, thus likely tanking the one and only chance Republicans will ever have of ridding the nation of this burdensome, socialist form of government-sponsored healthcare. Thanks to McCain (with a special ...

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Liberals HATE Trump’s New Patriotic Message for American Workers

Oh, you can just FEEL the anger coming off the left in waves. They despise President Trump’s new three-week campaign to promote patriotism and generate nationalist excitement among Americans. The campaign kicked off this week with “Made in America” week, which is themed to put a spotlight on American workers and products made in the U.S.A. Before the week had ...

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The CBO Report the Biased Media DOESN’T Want to Talk About

The media breathlessly reports on every Congressional Budget Office report that comes down the pike on the Republican healthcare effort, but we can’t help but notice that they’ve largely ignored a new analysis that was quietly released by the federal agency. Perhaps because this one has quite a lot of positive news regarding the Trump agenda and its effect on ...

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That’s It? McCain Says Obamacare Repeal isn’t Going Anywhere

In an interview with CBS’s Face the Nation on Sunday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said that he doesn’t see much hope for the Senate bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. “My view is that it’s probably going to be dead,” he said. McCain is now pushing for his party to start negotiating with the Democrats to come up with a ...

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Noted Economics Expert: The Plot to Overthrow Trump is VERY REAL

Economist Martin Armstrong has a checkered legal past, but his Economic Confidence Model has been heralded as one of the most impressive prediction-tools in modern financial history. Best known for predicting the 1987 stock market crash to the day, Armstrong has found himself on the fringes of mainstream economics due to his legal troubles and his conservative beliefs. Nonetheless, this ...

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Trump Tells NATO Countries: Time to Pay Up

On the campaign trail, candidate Donald Trump repeatedly hit a theme that few other Republicans have ever dared to emphasize: The lopsided NATO alliance. While previous presidents, including George W. Bush and even Barack Obama, have had their gripes about the U.S.’s outsized financial responsibility for global protection, only Trump has made it a central feature of his political ideology. ...

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DOJ: Sanctuary Cities Can Kiss Their Funding Goodbye

Last month, a U.S. District Court Judge ruled that President Trump’s January executive order directing the Department of Justice to withhold federal funding from sanctuary cities could not be enforced. The ruling, which was seen even by liberal court-watchers as an exercise in judicial activism, inspired Attorney General Jeff Sessions to work up a new memo that outlines the DOJ’s ...

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