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Lt. Gen. Flynn: Obama Fired Me for Pursuing Radical Islam

Last week, the New York Post revealed that Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn was being considered by Donald Trump for a possible spot on the 2016 ticket. Flynn, a registered Democrat, was the former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency under President Obama. At first glance, this would make him an odd choice for Trump’s VP, but Flynn has been ...

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Liberals Denounce the “Myth” of War on Cops

According to a writer at the liberal hotspot Think Progress, conservatives are using the tragedy in Dallas to promote the “myth” of a war on cops. “Right-wing commentators and media organizations are seizing on the tragedy to revive a baseless narrative that the racial justice movement is promoting a ‘war on cops,'” the writer said. “The ‘war on cops’ myth ...

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One Nation, Under Nine Robed Lawyers

The Supreme Court is an indispensable branch of the federal government, but it was never intended to be the most powerful of the three. If anything, there is evidence to suggest that the Founding Fathers meant for the judicial branch to have a much smaller role than the executive and the legislative. At the very least, it should be equal ...

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FBI’s Hillary Clinton Decision is an Insult to our Intelligence

If you ever wondered just how much contempt the Obama administration has for the average American, you got a fairly conclusive answer on Tuesday morning. When the FBI declined to recommend charges for Hillary Clinton, they were essentially saying: Yes, we actually think you’re dumb enough to buy this. And the sad thing is, they might be right. Obviously, not ...

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How Political Correctness is Killing America

If you could boil Donald Trump’s message down to a single theme, it might be fair to characterize it as a war on political correctness. To liberals, this means he’s trying to use racist language to attract racist voters. To conservatives, this means he’s simply telling it like it ease – a nice change of pace from the usual, blow-dried ...

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Republicans Want Immediate Ban on Syrian Refugees

While Democrats are trying to use the recent Orlando terrorist attack to once again chip away at the Second Amendment, House Republicans are looking in another direction. With the Resettlement Accountability National Security Prioritization Act of 2016, they are hoping to put an immediate moratorium on refugees coming from countries infested with Islamic terrorists. If the bill were to become ...

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Hillary’s First 100 Days: Amnesty, Diversity, and Lots of Spending

The New York Times interviewed “a dozen campaign advisors and allies” to come up with a picture of Hillary Clinton’s first 100 days as president – a picture so rosy and fawning that it might as well have been painted by Hillary herself. Despite a few bland warnings that Hillary might not be liberal enough to satisfy supporters of Bernie ...

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Romney: My Family Wants Me to Jump In the Race

Last year, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney was serious about making one last bid for the White House. Only after realizing that Jeb Bush had already secured pledges from most of the top Republican donors did he decide to sit out the 2016 election. Of course, as it turned out, Bush – even with a reported $100 million war chest ...

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L.A. Wants to Fine Companies That Ask About Criminal History

A Los Angeles City Council committee has voted in favor of a new regulation that would slap businesses with a $500 fine if they ask any applicant about their criminal history. The regulation, if passed by the council later this year, will be part of a new law that bans companies with 10 or more employees from probing an applicant’s ...

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“Until the End”? Turkish President as Delusional as Obama

In a statement following the Ataturk Airport attack that left at least 41 people dead and another 147 injured, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed to keep fighting against the evil army occupying the country directly to the south. “Despite paying a heavy price, Turkey has the power, determination, and capacity to continue the fight against terrorism until the end,” ...

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