“Totally Joyful”: Writer Recounts Her Abortion

As the Supreme Court gets ready to decide whether Texas and other states have the right to place commonsense health restrictions on abortion clinics, liberal writers are jumping over one another to see who can promote this sick practice with the least regard for basic human ethics. At Fusion, a writer named Kristen Brown has taken the lead, describing her ...

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Florida Voters Switching Parties Ahead of Primaries

According to several Florida news outlets, there has been a considerable surge in the number of voters switching political affiliation ahead of Tuesday’s primaries. “We’ve generally been independents, but we feel our country is headed in the wrong direction,” a man named John Guarino told Fox 4. Guarino and his wife switched over to the Republican Party. That’s the trend ...

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EPA Spends $300,000 to “Change the Habits” of American Workers

The Environmental Protection Agency, not satisfied with the damage their regulations are doing to the nation’s fossil fuel industry, has awarded $300,000 in grant money to a tech company that will alert American office workers that they are using too much energy. The company, Lucid Design Group, is in the midst of developing technology that will track electricity and water ...

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Trump Stands By “Islam Hates Us” Assertion

Donald Trump is once again being accused of “bigotry” for comments he made in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Wednesday. “I think Islam hates us,” said the Republican frontrunner. “There’s something there…there is tremendous hatred there. We have to get to the bottom of it. There is an unbelievable amount of hatred for us–” “In Islam itself?” asked ...

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Obama: Don’t Blame Trump’s Rise on Me

In a joint press conference with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday, President Obama denied any responsibility for the public sentiment that gave rise to Republican frontrunner Donald Trump. After telling reporters that he was willing to shoulder a certain amount of blame for failing to bridge the divide between himself and the public, he said that was as ...

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Super Tuesday 2: Time for Marco to Go?

Donald Trump (for the hundredth time) defied the prognosticators on Tuesday, winning three out of four states despite predictions that a bad debate performance and a KKK controversy would lead to his demise. Trump won Michigan, Mississippi, and Hawaii while losing Idaho to Senator Ted Cruz. Cruz came in second in Michigan and Mississippi, giving his campaign continued steam and ...

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The Clinton Sexism Police Warm Up for Fall

The Democratic debate on Sunday gave us a very tiny sneak preview of what we can expect from the general election if Hillary Clinton gets the nomination. Whether Clinton goes up against Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, or a random nominee of the RNC’s choosing, the media will gleefully pick apart every debate performance, every advertisement, and every candidate statement for ...

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Trump and Cruz Win, Call for Rubio to Drop Out

Donald Trump and Ted Cruz split victories on Saturday, with Trump taking Kentucky and Louisiana while Cruz picked up Kansas and Maine. But the two candidates were unusually united in at least one message following the results: Florida Senator Marco Rubio needed to pack his bags and head home. “Marco Rubio had a very, very bad night and personally I’d ...

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Disney CEO Forced to Defend Against Accusations of Bias

Disney CEO Bob Iger found himself on the defensive at the company’s annual shareholders meeting in Chicago last week when a representative from the National Center for Public Policy Research grilled him on liberal bias. Asked whether the company had taken any steps to reform that bias in the wake of a scandal involving This Week host George Stephanopoulos, Iger ...

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Prior Republican Nominees Unite Against Trump

If you needed any further evidence that this is a Republican primary without precedent, you got it on Thursday as the last two party nominees for president united in opposition to current frontrunner Donald Trump. The fireworks began at the University of Utah, where 2012 nominee Mitt Romney dedicated a blistering, 20-minute assault on the real estate mogul. “He’s playing ...

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