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Rev. Graham: Government Officials Have Right to Their Beliefs

Rev. Franklin Graham said this week that Americans were called upon to demand that government officials be allowed to practice their religious beliefs without interference. In a Facebook post, Graham shined a light on the case of Ruth Neely, a Wyoming judge who had fallen afoul of the PC police. Noting that Neely had “faithfully served her community in Pinedale, ...

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Hawaii Becomes First State to Challenge New Travel Ban

Only a day after President Donald Trump signed a new executive order barring travel from six Middle Eastern countries, Hawaii became the first state to challenge the travel ban in court. The state, which had already filed a complaint against the first order, handed a federal judge a 40-page request on Tuesday, asking him to place a temporary restraining order ...

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Trump Offers Planned Parenthood a Lifeline…of Sorts

Republicans have been promising to strip Planned Parenthood of its federal funding since undercover tapes proved the organization was profiting from the sale of fetal tissue, but President Trump has offered the company a deal: Stop performing abortions and you can keep your $500 million in annual grants. Think they’ll take the offer? In case you had any illusions about ...

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Trump Signs New Travel Ban to Replace Rescinded Order

President Donald Trump signed a new executive order on Monday blocking the issuance of new visas to citizens of six Middle Eastern countries: Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen. The order replaces the one signed in January, which was ultimately blocked by the courts. The new “travel ban” differs from the first one in several key ways, the first ...

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Gun Sales Slow Down Due to Trump’s Election

Conservatives and the NRA expect President Donald Trump to be good for the Second Amendment, but the latest figures show that he may not be good for the gun industry itself. According to TheStreet, American Outdoor Brands, the company formerly known as Smith & Wesson, issued an earnings report this week that cost them 6 percent in Friday’s pre-market trading. ...

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Conservative Impatience Growing with Paul Ryan on Obamacare Repeal

In an interview with a NY radio station this weekend, former Donald Trump campaign adviser Betsy McCaughey said it was time for Republicans in Congress to get their act together. McCaughey, the former lieutenant governor of New York, told 970 AM host John Catsimatidis that Trump’s supporters were quickly growing impatient. “Paul Ryan isn’t doing his job,” she said. “If ...

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Los Angeles to ICE: Stop Calling Yourselves Police Officers

Los Angeles officials are demanding that Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents stop identifying themselves as “police” when initiating contact with suspects. After an L.A. Times story described a recent ICE house call where the agents greeted the suspect with, “Good morning, police,” the mayor, city attorney, and president of the city council fired off a letter to the agency asking ...

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GOP Senator Won’t Vote to Defund Planned Parenthood

House Speaker Paul Ryan has said that Congress will include a clause to defund Planned Parenthood in its bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, but at least one Republican in the Senate now says she will never vote for any legislation that goes that route. Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska told her state legislature this week that the two ...

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Mexico Rejects Trump’s New Immigration Rules

Reuters reported this week that Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray is talking tough about new U.S. immigration rules the Department of Homeland Security rolled out on Tuesday. Videgaray said that Mexico “will not accept” the new rules and that he would be glad to take the issue before the United Nations on behalf of illegal immigrants. Videgaray’s comments come on ...

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Parents Demand an End to Islamic Teachings in Public School

Parents in Chatham, New Jersey are demanding answers from the local board of education as it pertains to what their children are being taught in their 7th grade social studies class. According to Nancy Gayer and Libby Hilsenrath, their children are being given lessons about Islam that would never be acceptable if they were about Christianity. In fact, Gayer said ...

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