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$2 Trillion Every Year – Federal Regulations Are Making a Full Economic Recovery Impossible

According to a new study, federal regulations cost the U.S. economy more than $2 trillion a year, and that number is only going to get bigger with time. This is damage expressly done by politicians in Washington who have put their aims of a larger, richer government over the American ideal of a freer, more prosperous private sector. Manufacturers and ...

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A Country That Has Forgotten Its Constitution

Conservatives do battle with liberals on a number of fronts. Many of the disagreements come down to different opinions on the sanctity of human life. Liberals treasure their right to abortions and doctor-assisted suicides while conservatives remain (maddeningly, to opponents) skeptical of the idea that a life should be thrown away so casually. Some of the disagreements come down to ...

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U.S. To Open Borders to Thousands of Syrian Muslims

With the U.S. still in defiant opposition to the Assad regime in Syria, government officials hint that we could soon see a wave of Syrian Muslim refugees be welcomed into our country. This wouldn’t be anything new; the U.S. has welcomed more than 200,000 Islamic refugees into the country since the early 90s. That it is happening isn’t necessarily a ...

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Will the Tea Party Ever Get a Fair Shake From the Liberal Media?

It looks as though we’ll pass a spending bill this year without shutting down the government, and ABC News couldn’t resist the temptation to take a shot at the Tea Party. Of course, the liberal news media never misses these opportunities, making them up from whole cloth when they can’t find something legitimate to attack. “The tea party may have ...

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Colorado Democrat Will Stop at Nothing to Get Rid of Native American Mascots

As the NFL wrings its hands over the Redskins, one Colorado liberal wants to bring that kind of politically-correct spirit to the legislation in his home state. State Representative Joe Salazar says that it’s time for Colorado schools to rid themselves of the offensive Native American mascots of the past or risk being defunded by the state. In other words, ...

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Missouri House Scores a Big Victory for the 2nd Amendment

It’s increasingly rare to see the government – state or federal – make the right call even in the face of well-funded opposition. That’s one of many reasons why the Missouri House of Representatives are PatriotNewsDaily heroes this week. After Democrat Governor Jay Nixon vetoed a comprehensive and protective gun-rights bill, it seemed all hope was lost for 2nd Amendment ...

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America After 9/11 – The Unification That Could Never Last

Every time we roll into the second week of September, thoughts inevitably turn to the events of 2001. The media has lightened up on its in-depth retrospectives in recent years, but no one who watched the Twin Towers fall that day will ever forget. It was a time of intense rage and fear, but it was also a very special ...

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Voters Displeased With Obama on Economy, Foreign Affairs, Obamacare, and Immigration

Registered voters put President Obama’s approval rating at an abysmal 42% on Tuesday, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll. That’s not the worst number he’s seen, but it’s also hot on the heels of a Gallup Poll that had it at 38%. Regardless of which one more accurately reflects the temperature of the nation, it’s clear that this ...

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Liberals Spew Venom at Late Chick-fil-A Founder – “Good Riddance.”

On Monday, America lost one of those guys who simply embodied the American dream in every conceivable way. S. Truett Cathy proved with his life that it was possible to rise from the depths of poverty to become one of the richest men in the world. Cathy built a little restaurant called Chick-fil-A and took it from its humble beginnings ...

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