What Hillary Would Change About Her 2016 Campaign

Hillary Clinton sat down for an on-stage conversation at her alma mater, Wellesley College, this weekend, telling college president Paula Johnson that she was still having a hard time coming to terms with her November loss to Donald Trump. Asked by a sophomore what she would change about the campaign, Clinton said simply, “I’d win,” according to a report from ...

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Gun Sales Slow Down Due to Trump’s Election

Conservatives and the NRA expect President Donald Trump to be good for the Second Amendment, but the latest figures show that he may not be good for the gun industry itself. According to TheStreet, American Outdoor Brands, the company formerly known as Smith & Wesson, issued an earnings report this week that cost them 6 percent in Friday’s pre-market trading. ...

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Sen. Rand Paul Goes Searching for Obamacare Bill

Sen. Rand Paul blasted his Republican colleagues in the other chamber of the Capitol on Thursday after searching in vain for a copy of the House plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. Irritated that the bill’s draft was being kept in a “secret location,” Sen. Paul finally marched over to the House of Representatives with a gaggle of reporters merrily ...

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ISIS Threatens China for the First Time

China has largely avoided wading too deeply into the global fight against Islamic terrorism, but their ability to turn a blind eye to this threat may soon be compromised. ISIS released a new video this week in which militants belonging to China’s Uighur ethnic minority promised to return to their home country and slaughter innocents. China has had their eye ...

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Graham and McCain Need to Get a Grip

While the rest of the Republican Party is busy celebrating the Make America Great Again movement and hoping for good things to come out of the Trump era, Sens. Lindsey Graham and John McCain can apparently not come to terms with the new direction of the conservative movement. Every time they get in front of a microphone, we can only ...

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Cheating Democrat Gets Royal Treatment From Politico

It’s astounding that the liberal media has the audacity to affix the term “disgraced” to Michael Flynn, yet still pretend like former Democratic National Committee interim chair Donna Brazile has a pristine, golden reputation and a bright future in politics and punditry. Brazile got an advance look at debate questions in the Democratic primaries, gave them to Hillary Clinton, and ...

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Conservative Impatience Growing with Paul Ryan on Obamacare Repeal

In an interview with a NY radio station this weekend, former Donald Trump campaign adviser Betsy McCaughey said it was time for Republicans in Congress to get their act together. McCaughey, the former lieutenant governor of New York, told 970 AM host John Catsimatidis that Trump’s supporters were quickly growing impatient. “Paul Ryan isn’t doing his job,” she said. “If ...

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Los Angeles to ICE: Stop Calling Yourselves Police Officers

Los Angeles officials are demanding that Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents stop identifying themselves as “police” when initiating contact with suspects. After an L.A. Times story described a recent ICE house call where the agents greeted the suspect with, “Good morning, police,” the mayor, city attorney, and president of the city council fired off a letter to the agency asking ...

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GOP Senator Won’t Vote to Defund Planned Parenthood

House Speaker Paul Ryan has said that Congress will include a clause to defund Planned Parenthood in its bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, but at least one Republican in the Senate now says she will never vote for any legislation that goes that route. Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska told her state legislature this week that the two ...

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Mexico Rejects Trump’s New Immigration Rules

Reuters reported this week that Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray is talking tough about new U.S. immigration rules the Department of Homeland Security rolled out on Tuesday. Videgaray said that Mexico “will not accept” the new rules and that he would be glad to take the issue before the United Nations on behalf of illegal immigrants. Videgaray’s comments come on ...

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