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California AG Has Wasted $21 Million on Lawsuits Against Trump

From the moment he was elected, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra perceived his job as the state’s point man for the Resistance. Becerra wasted no time turning his office into a war machine against the federal government, filing litigation against President Trump whenever the mood struck him. To date, after three years, Becerra has filed an astounding FIVE DOZEN lawsuits ...

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Chick-fil-A is Making a Big Mistake

Chick-fil-A announced this week that they will stop giving charitable donations to groups that have been labeled “anti-LGBT” by the left’s intolerant activists. In an interview with Bisnow, company president Tim Tassopoulos said it was important to “be clear about who we are.” “As Chick-fil-A expands globally and into more liberal parts of the U.S., the chicken chain plans to ...

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The Navy Wants to Strip SEAL of His Trident. Trump Says, Think Again.

We’re not sure exactly what Navy commanders were thinking here. Last week, President Donald Trump intervened in the military justice system, providing pardons to two soldiers accused of war crimes. As part of the same announcement, Trump addressed the special case of Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher. The Navy could not move forward with a murder charge against Gallagher, seeing as ...

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Poll: Americans Are Completely Unmoved By House Impeachment Hearings

According to a new poll from NPR/PBS/Marist, not only have the Democrats done almost nothing to change anyone’s mind about impeachment, a full 65% of Americans say there’s basically nothing that could happen during the public hearings that would change their minds. That leaves the Democrats playing to a relatively small 30% of the audience that says changing their minds ...

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University Bans Pledge: “It Represents an Oppressive Government”

In a controversial move last week, the Student Senate at Grand Valley State University voted 22-10 to stop reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at their meetings, arguing that its “oppressive” words and history conspired to make some students uncomfortable. With the move, GVSU became the second student government this year to do away with the Pledge, following in the footsteps ...

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Florida County Passes Resolution to Make Itself a “Second Amendment Sanctuary”

This week, the Lake County Commission in Central Florida became the first county in the state to declare itself a “Second Amendment Sanctuary” in a powerful resolution to affirm gun rights. While the resolution does not come with the authority of law – Florida counties are legally prohibited from passing ordinances relating to firearms – the commissioners felt it was ...

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GOP Lawmaker: Dems “Moving Goalposts” to Get Trump Out

In an interview with Fox News on Thursday, Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) accused Democrats of straying from their initial charges against President Trump, casting about desperately for new allegations as their house of cards falls spectacularly in front of the public. “They’re looking for new, shiny objects, moving goalposts,” Zeldin said. “Quid pro quo last Sunday, morning news shows about ...

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Elementary School Cancels Thanksgiving Play in Bow to Political Correctness

Stone Bank Elementary School students in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin may have been looking forward to watching and participating in the first grade’s Thanksgiving play next week, but because political correctness is running amok, they won’t get the chance. In a sure sign of things to come around the country, the school has canceled the play because it might offend an Indian ...

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