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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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Texas Secession Debate Gets Serious

There have always been Texans who believe that the Lone Star State should again secede from the United States of America, but the secession movement has not been as strong as it is today since…well, since the Civil War. And though Republicans in Texas are loathe to associate themselves with the cause, they may be forced to address it at ...

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Will the Supreme Court Banish Obama’s Amnesty?

Chief Justice John Roberts may have signaled Monday that the Obama administration could be facing a bitter loss when the Supreme Court rules on the president’s executive amnesty. Roberts, who has disappointed conservatives in recent years with his rulings on gay marriage and Obamacare, appeared critical of the administration’s arguments when the case came before the court this week. After ...

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Judge Blocks Texas Law on Illegal Immigrants

Last year, Texas Governor Greg Abbot signed into law House Bill 11, which made it a felony to harbor illegal immigrants. The law was hailed as one of the strongest border protection efforts in the southwest, but it immediately attracted the ire of pro-immigrant groups. This week, a San Antonio judge issued an injunction against the law as part of ...

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Judge: Sandy Hook Lawsuit May Proceed

Defying predictions (and federal law), Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis ruled Thursday that the Sandy Hook families may proceed with their lawsuit against Remington Arms. Bellis rejected a motion to dismiss, even though the 2005 Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act gives Remington Arms immunity from just this type of litigation. Bellis did not address that law, instead telling ...

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Georgia Governor Vetoes Religious Liberty Bill

There will be plenty of criticism thrown at Georgia Governor Nathan Deal for vetoing the controversial religious freedom bill on Monday, but he won’t deserve most of it. This wasn’t a fight between ideas or principles or even political opponents. This wasn’t the purehearted LGBT supporters winning a victory over evil bigotry. It wasn’t even the annoying brand of Republican ...

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Atheists Handing Out Satanic Literature to Students

Atheists in the Delta County School District in Colorado have won the right to pass out literature that will expose middle and high school students to atheism, secularism, and Satanism. Some of the example pamphlets include titles like: “Top 10 Public School State-Church Violations and How to Stop Them,” “What’s Wrong with the Ten Commandments?” and “The Satanic Children’s Big ...

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EPA Spends $300,000 to “Change the Habits” of American Workers

The Environmental Protection Agency, not satisfied with the damage their regulations are doing to the nation’s fossil fuel industry, has awarded $300,000 in grant money to a tech company that will alert American office workers that they are using too much energy. The company, Lucid Design Group, is in the midst of developing technology that will track electricity and water ...

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University Official Slams Black Activists

At long last, someone at the University of Missouri appears to have grown a spine. After months of campus turmoil caused by black student activists calling themselves Concerned Student 1950, the result of which was the ousting of university president Timothy Wolfe, the school’s chief diversity officer has had enough of the foolishness. In a letter released last week, Chuck ...

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