FBI Confirms: Hillary is Under Investigation

Following weeks of being coy about it, the FBI officially confirmed Monday that they are investigating Hillary Clinton in relation to her use of a private email server while secretary of state. The Justice Department filed a letter in court this week from FBI General Counsel James Baker, who acknowledged that the inquiry was still being conducted. Baker’s letter, written ...

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Bombshell: Obama Traded Security for Political Correctness

As we head into the final 11 months of President Obama’s tenure, the cries for impeachment will likely be drowned out by the simple fact that the process would outlive his term. But if ever there was a reason to throw this bum out of the White House, a former Department of Homeland Security official may have given it to ...

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Ryan Desperate to Unite House Republicans

The honeymoon is over. House Speaker Paul Ryan was given the benefit of the doubt when he took the position from his predecessor, John Boehner, but conservatives in the House of Representatives are warning him: The pressure to stand up to the Obama administration isn’t going away. On Wednesday, in a speech to the Heritage summit, Ryan said his goal ...

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Justice Roberts Denies Supreme Court Bias

After the Supreme Court came down on the wrong side of two important rulings this summer, Americans protective of the Constitution began to seriously wonder about the court’s political bias. No group of judges can be free from their own political prejudice, but the rulings on gay marriage and Obamacare struck many conservatives as straying too far from a legal ...

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D.C. to Pay Residents Not to Commit Crime

It’s not uncommon to hear people claim that Washington is broken, and that sentiment applies to more than just the federal government. The city council in the nation’s capital is one of the most regrettable snakepits of liberalism in America. These hooligans have already attracted the ire of conservatives with their repeated attempts to disregard the Second Amendment, but what ...

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Iowa Caucus Results Should Give Conservatives Hope

For anyone inclined to view the 2016 primaries as the people’s election, the results in Iowa had to come as a mild disappointment. No conservative can question the integrity and commitment of Ted Cruz, but even with his unofficial reputation as the most hated man in Washington, he is, after all, a sitting senator. And while there would presumably be ...

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Clinton Campaign Divided on Trump Strategy

By the time most of you read this, the results of the Iowa caucuses will be known. Did Hillary Clinton manage to squeeze by her socialist competitor? Did Ted Cruz’s early momentum have enough juice in the tank to push him past the finish line? The results, whatever they might be, will have an undeniable impact on New Hampshire and ...

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Obama Uses Executive Power to Close Pay Gap

President Obama has been talking about the gender pay gap since the day he decided to run for president, freely using the slanted statistics that feminist organizations use to prop up this fake controversy. Over the last seven years, though, Obama has been able to do almost nothing about it. Republicans, who understand that there are already discrimination laws in ...

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No Remorse: Prosecutors Say Boston Bomber was Not Sorry

According to new court documents released from the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, prosecutors said that the 22-year-old terrorist expressed “the opposite of remorse” in the days after his capture. The documents, released to the public on Wednesday, were filed in conjunction with the prosecution’s attempts to keep Sister Helen Prejean from testifying on Tsarnaev’s behalf. Though Prejean ...

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Trump With Two Major Endorsements

Make no mistake about it, establishment Republicans like Jeb Bush are cleaning up when it comes to significant endorsements. Bush has picked up about 15 representatives in the House and five or six senators. Rubio is faring similarly. Chris Christie has picked up a couple of endorsements from Republican governors. Donald Trump, though dominating in the polls, has yet to ...

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