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Trump Defies Hispanic Advisors With Blistering Speech

Trump supporters were skeptical when they heard that the Republican nominee had convened a “Hispanic advisory council,” and they were even more concerned about some of the things they heard after the council met on August 20th. Members of the panel spoke to the press, assuring them that Trump was backing off on illegal immigration and coming around to the ...

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Supreme Court Upholds N.C. Voter ID Ruling

The Supreme Court, in a 4-4 deadlock Wednesday, declined to review a lower court’s ruling on North Carolina’s voter ID laws. The decision – or non-decision, as it were – keeps the decision of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in place, which means that North Carolina voters will not have to show any form of identification when they go ...

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Hillary’s Image Getting Worse By The Day

Already one of the most unpopular presidential candidates of all time, Hillary Clinton is beginning to realize that Donald Trump is the lesser of the two obstacles standing between her and the White House. According to a new collection of national polls, Clinton’s biggest enemy – the one she can never escape – is herself. A new Washington Post-ABC News ...

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UN Considering “International Safe Abortion Day”

Planned Parenthood and 430 other feminist groups have penned a letter to the United Nations, asking the General Assembly to make September 28 “Safe Abortion Day” around the world. “28 September was declared an international day of action for the decriminalization of abortion in 1990 by the women’s health movement and has been celebrated annually ever since,” the letter explains, ...

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NIH Grants $1 Million to Study Lesbian Alcoholics

In his last State of the Union address, President Obama announced that he was making Joe Biden’s “cancer moonshot” a national priority, putting the American research community on an accelerated path to a cure. Critics have said such a moonshot is outdated and misguided – that cancer is a collection of many different diseases and that any talk of a ...

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D.C. Minimum Wage Hikes Costing Thousands of Jobs

According to data analyzed by the American Enterprise Institute, Washington, D.C.’s recent minimum wage hikes have cost the city more than 1,400 restaurant jobs since the beginning of the year. Those hikes, which boosted the wage floor to $10.50 in 2015 and then up to $11.50 last month, have contributed to a 3 percent job loss in the dining industry. ...

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Trump’s Immigration Shift Is a Major Mistake

Two ingredients fueled the rocket that was the Donald Trump 2016 primary campaign: Illegal immigration and frank candor. Trump’s early supporters liked what he had to say about the wall and the deportation efforts, but what they loved most of all was his manner, which was the antithesis of every politician in modern history. After a lifetime of smooth-talking hucksters, ...

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Hillary: The Media Is Viciously Attacking Me!

For Hillary Clinton, it’s not enough that Donald Trump gets 99% of the bad media coverage; no, even one 24-hour cycle of negative press is too much! The fury of her campaign was unleashed this week, when an Associated Press report showed that Hillary’s guest list at the State Department was crammed full of Clinton Foundation donors. And boom, all ...

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Obama’s Legacy: A More Vulnerable America

This month, President Obama once again opened the gates of Gitmo, setting free another 15 radical Islamic terrorists and making the world a slightly more dangerous place than it was the day before. Those extremists will join the nearly-700 former detainees in Omar or whatever halfway-civilized Middle Eastern kingdom we’ve pressured into absorbing them. Maybe they’ll join the majority and ...

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New Study Challenges Assumptions About Homosexuality

From its earliest incarnations, the LGBT movement was aimed at one, fundamental goal: To get society to stop seeing homosexuality as something you do and instead look at it as something you are (or aren’t, as the case may be). Eventually, the movement pushed this ideology so far into the mainstream that it was no longer acceptable to even speculate ...

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