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Rick Perry Offers Full Support to Trump

Last year, former Texas Governor Rick Perry was one of the first presidential contenders to go after Donald Trump, calling him a “cancer on conservatism” that he was not about to stand by and watch “metastasize” throughout the Republican Party. But as RNC Chairman Reince Priebus once said: Winning is the antidote to a lot of things. On Thursday, Perry ...

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Obama Slaps Federal Regulations on E-Cigarettes

Several years ago, desperate smokers finally found a product that could actually help them quit. Where patches and gum failed, e-cigarettes succeeded. For the first time in history, there was a quit-smoking tool that actually worked. And while “vapers” may find it just as hard to put their e-cig down as they did the Marlboros, virtually every study has shown ...

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The Year Voters Took Back the Republican Party

On Tuesday, Donald Trump crushed the last of his Republican opposition, sending Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. John Kasich to the locker room. By the time he gave his victory speech from Manhattan, Trump had been honored by the RNC as the presumptive nominee. After spending millions of dollars to stop this very moment from becoming a reality, the NeverTrump ...

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Will Disney Turn Princess Into LGBT Hero?

Disney’s Frozen owes its box office success to a witty script, a (minor) break from the usual formula of romantic resolution, and a song that no American parent will ever forgive them for writing. But it has also inspired feminists and LGBTers to claim the movie’s heroine – Princess Elsa – as one of their own: the first lesbian princess ...

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Democrat Reads Transgender Kids’ Book on House Floor

Thursday probably wasn’t the first time a House representative read a children’s book on Capitol Hill, but it may have been the first time that book’s subject was a transgender child. Rep. Jackie Speier, a California Democrat, read “I Am Jazz” to her colleagues last week – the charming tale of a young boy who finds out that he’s really ...

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George Will: Conservatives Must Keep Trump From Winning

George Will is one of the few prominent conservatives to garner respect and admiration from the liberal media. Part of it is his affinity for over-intellectualizing his columns, but most of it is his ideology. Will’s conservatism is the kind that liberals find palatable. It’s the kind of conservatism you see in David Brooks, the lone “other voice” at the ...

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News From the Future: President Clinton Defends Smart Gun Laws

In the fourth year of her controversial presidency, Hillary Clinton told reporters in Washington that The Smart Gun Act of 2018 was working – despite statistics that appear to show otherwise. “The problem isn’t the smart gun mandate,” President Clinton said. “The problem is that we haven’t yet done enough.” According to the newest figures from the FBI, gun violence ...

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Democrats Want Some Interesting New Census Questions

Tom looked through the peephole, glanced back at the census form on the counter, and cursed his procrastination. Now here they were, on the doorstep, and he would have to spend the next twenty minutes answering questions. He sighed, opened the door, and surrendered himself to the process. Soonest begun, soonest done. After a perfunctory greeting, the census representative asked, ...

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Getting Serious: Trump Delivers Major Foreign Policy Speech

For some reason, Donald Trump’s critics are desperate to see him “act presidential,” which seems to mean that he should read from a teleprompter more often. And while Trump has reportedly shaken off Paul Manafort’s attempts to make him more presentable, he delivered a sweeping foreign policy speech on Wednesday that should satisfy those voters concerned about his knowledge of ...

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Millennials Can’t Handle Donald Trump

Earlier this week, it was reported that more than 60,000 Democrats in Pennsylvania had switched to the Republican Party ahead of the primaries. This pattern has been found in many states across the country, proving that Donald Trump may be the first Republican in many years with the ability to reshape the electoral map. Alas, you have to take the ...

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