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Jury Nails Rolling Stone, Reporter with $3 Million Judgement

It was one of the most astonishing lapses of journalistic integrity in modern American history. Rolling Stone, a once-respected – if relentlessly liberal – publication – trashed their reputation by running what now appears to have been a wholly fictitious tale of rape on the campus of the University of Virginia. Within days of the story’s 2014 publication, journalists and ...

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Conservative Doctor: Think of LGBT Activists as “Termites”

At the Stand 4 Truth conference in Houston last week, Dr. Steven Hotze said conservatives should realize that LGBT activists are steadily destroying the fundamental principles that glue our society together. “The homosexual political movement is really infiltrating, much like – think of them like termites,” Hotze said. “They get into the wood of the house and they eat away ...

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Will Blue States Come Through For Trump?

For ideological conservatives who weren’t thrilled with some of Donald Trump’s more liberal positions, there was a glimmer of hope in his nomination that couldn’t have been found in any other Republican candidate: Perhaps, with his criticisms of free trade, his “who cares” attitude towards the conservative social agenda, and his attacks on the Bush administration, he could draw in ...

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Illegals Racing to Get Into America Ahead of the Election

According to Border Patrol officials, there has been a recent explosion in illegal immigration apprehensions and many experts believe the impending U.S. election is spurring the swarm. “Smugglers are telling them that they need to come across now while there’s a chance,” Border Patrol agent Art Del Cueto told Fox News. A second agent, Chris Cabrera, agreed with Del Cuerto. ...

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Republicans: Hillary Clinton Could Be Impeached

Even before the results of the election are in, Republicans are hinting that Hillary Clinton could be subject to impeachment if she wins the presidency on November 8. With several FBI investigations looming over Clinton’s head – one into her use of a private server and another into her charity, the Clinton Foundation – GOP lawmakers say her election would ...

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Ryan on Trump: “Republicans Need to Come Home”

House Speaker Paul Ryan, with his tepid, late-coming endorsement of Donald Trump and his frequent criticisms of the nominee, has managed to make himself some enemies on all sides of the political spectrum. Trump supporters have been angered by Ryan’s unwillingness to fully embrace the billionaire; NeverTrump conservatives have been dismayed at his refusal to disavow him altogether. Ryan has ...

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Feminist: Sexism to Blame for Hillary’s Email Scandal

If you’re not sure what to make of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, Robin Lakoff, a linguistics professor at the University of California, Berkeley, is ready to clear it all up for you. In a column for Time Magazine, Lakoff insists that not only is the FBI’s investigation into Clinton politically motivated and devoid of substance – it’s actually rooted in ...

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Democrats Suddenly Think FBI Director is Corrupt

Hillary Clinton, her surrogates, her supporters in the Democratic Party, and her allies in the media had nothing but praise for FBI Director James Comey a few short months ago. Though bristling a bit at the tone of his July statement, which accused Hillary of being “extremely careless” in her handling of classified material, they were over the moon about ...

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Former FBI Official: The Clintons are a “Crime Family”

According to former Assistant FBI Director James Kallstrom, the Clintons are not fit to occupy the White House. In an interview with radio host John Catsimatidis on Sunday, Kallstrom said the American people should view Bill and Hillary Clinton like they would a Mafia organization. “The Clintons, that’s a crime family, basically,” Kallstrom said. “It’s like organized crime. I mean ...

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Is Paul Ryan Done as Speaker of the House?

Wisconsin’s Paul Ryan has been a conservative darling for most of the 17 years he’s spent in the House of Representatives, but his stint as House Speaker could be coming to an end in the wake of a divisive 2016 election cycle. Ryan, who reluctantly took the job after John Boehner resigned in 2015, has angered GOP conservatives with his ...

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