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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68% of Americans Damage Credit Before Turning 30

It’s time for us to take a good look at what we’re teaching young Americans about personal finances. In fact, you don’t even have to look very hard because the answer is…almost nothing. Schools are teaching kids the meaning of Islam, the biased Ferguson saga, and other prejudicial crap, but they aren’t teaching them anything about how to use a ...

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Teacher Conducts Racial Experiment on First-Graders

A teacher in Minneola, Florida is under fire for a lesson in racism she gave to students returning from the Martin Luther King holiday. The teacher, who works at a charter school called Minneola Elementary, conducted a social experiment meant to show her children the dangers of discrimination. One problem: The kids are only in the first grade. Second problem: ...

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The Indictment of Hillary Rodham Clinton

Will Hillary Clinton be indicted? That’s the question of the hour in Washington, but it’s disheartening to see that while many observers and experts believe that Clinton should be headed for federal prosecution, very few of them actually believe that she is. The conventional wisdom is that even if the FBI has an airtight case against the former secretary of ...

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John Kerry: Yeah, We’re Helping Iran Fund Terror

Secretary of State John Kerry admitted this week that some portion of the billions of dollars coming to Iran as a result of lifted sanctions will wind up being used to fund terrorist organizations. “I think that some of it will end up in the hands of the [Iran Revolutionary Guard Corps] or other entities, some of which are labeled ...

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Abortion Poll Means Trouble for Clinton

Despite a fairly even split in the American public between pro-choicers and pro-lifers, a new poll shows nuances in the abortion debate that aren’t often discussed in the mainstream media. The poll, conducted by Marist on behalf of the Knights of Columbus, shows that among pro-choice Americans, 66% maintain that abortion should be limited to the first three months of ...

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Federal Bill Would Restore Taste to School Lunches

From the moment it was implemented, the Michelle Obama school lunch program was a disaster. Endorsed and promoted by the First Lady, the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act has resonated nationwide as one of the most unpopular pieces of legislation to come out of the Obama administration. Educators have decried the millions of dollars being wasted, parents have objected to the ...

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Facebook Leads New Crusade Against Free Speech

For years now, privacy advocates have warned that Facebook was growing too large and too powerful to be trusted. As a company, they are fully within their rights to devise whatever rules they like, but with an unprecedented level of access and influence in the world, critics wondered how long it would be before Mark Zuckerberg began exercising his enormous ...

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