News From the Future: President Clinton Defends Smart Gun Laws

In the fourth year of her controversial presidency, Hillary Clinton told reporters in Washington that The Smart Gun Act of 2018 was working – despite statistics that appear to show otherwise. “The problem isn’t the smart gun mandate,” President Clinton said. “The problem is that we haven’t yet done enough.” According to the newest figures from the FBI, gun violence ...

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Democrats Want Some Interesting New Census Questions

Tom looked through the peephole, glanced back at the census form on the counter, and cursed his procrastination. Now here they were, on the doorstep, and he would have to spend the next twenty minutes answering questions. He sighed, opened the door, and surrendered himself to the process. Soonest begun, soonest done. After a perfunctory greeting, the census representative asked, ...

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Getting Serious: Trump Delivers Major Foreign Policy Speech

For some reason, Donald Trump’s critics are desperate to see him “act presidential,” which seems to mean that he should read from a teleprompter more often. And while Trump has reportedly shaken off Paul Manafort’s attempts to make him more presentable, he delivered a sweeping foreign policy speech on Wednesday that should satisfy those voters concerned about his knowledge of ...

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Millennials Can’t Handle Donald Trump

Earlier this week, it was reported that more than 60,000 Democrats in Pennsylvania had switched to the Republican Party ahead of the primaries. This pattern has been found in many states across the country, proving that Donald Trump may be the first Republican in many years with the ability to reshape the electoral map. Alas, you have to take the ...

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Obama Praises Germany’s Merkel on Refugee Policy

President Obama, who would open the floodgates to hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees if he could, praised Germany’s Angela Merkel this week for being on the “right side of history” in regards to accepting immigrants. At a speech in Hannover on Monday, the president was effusive in his admiration. “She is giving voice to the kinds of principles that ...

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Trump Lures Thousands of Pennsylvania Democrats

No one can accuse the mainstream media of ignoring Donald Trump, but the press has downplayed one remarkable aspect of his campaign – in state after state, thousands of Democrats are suddenly turning into Republicans. In Pennsylvania, where the real estate billionaire is expected to win on Tuesday, more than 60,000 Democrat voters have switched sides this year. Since the ...

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Grammar Snobs Are Silencing Minorities, Claims Writer

English writer Mona Chalabi released a video this week that would have probably garnered a great deal of positive support…had she stopped filming it about halfway through. The Guardian reporter went on a tear against grammar snobs – the people in both the real world and on social media who seem to make it their life’s mission to point out ...

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AP: Most Unaccompanied Minors Placed With Illegals

According to a new review of federal data performed by the Associated Press, 80% of unaccompanied minors detained by the U.S. Border Patrol are being sent to live with family members who are in the country illegally. The Obama administration has made no secret of the fact that they place children with relatives regardless of their immigration status, but this ...

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Texas Secession Debate Gets Serious

There have always been Texans who believe that the Lone Star State should again secede from the United States of America, but the secession movement has not been as strong as it is today since…well, since the Civil War. And though Republicans in Texas are loathe to associate themselves with the cause, they may be forced to address it at ...

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Will the Supreme Court Banish Obama’s Amnesty?

Chief Justice John Roberts may have signaled Monday that the Obama administration could be facing a bitter loss when the Supreme Court rules on the president’s executive amnesty. Roberts, who has disappointed conservatives in recent years with his rulings on gay marriage and Obamacare, appeared critical of the administration’s arguments when the case came before the court this week. After ...

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