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Americans Yawned when Sanctuary Restaurants Closed
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Americans Yawned when Sanctuary Restaurants Closed

Every May Day, just as surely as the sun sets in the west, protestors – anarchists, really – take to the streets. Under the guise of defending workers, they rail against what they perceive as unjust immigration laws. Over the decades, the gatherings have pr...
Sen. Tillis is fine following fake media report of CPR
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Sen. Tillis is fine following fake media report of CPR

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Republican Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina said Wednesday he's "fine" after collapsing during a Washington, D.C., race and being taken away by ambulance. Tillis posted a video on Twitter from his hospital bed hours after the early morn...
Democracy Dies in Anonymous Sourcing
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Democracy Dies in Anonymous Sourcing

On May 14, CNN host Fareed Zakaria offered a fiery secular Sunday sermon declaring that President Trump is a "danger to American democracy" and guilty of "gross violations of the customs and practices of the modern American system," and that only the news medi...
Comey’s revenge
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Comey’s revenge

James Comey was lying in wait. His gun was cocked, he took aim and fired.  But his weapon was empty. Three months ago, the then-FBI Director met with President Trump.  Following their private conversation, Comey did what he always does –he wrote a memora...
Why Do ‘Conservatives’ Publish Fake News?
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Why Do ‘Conservatives’ Publish Fake News?

A recent National Review article asked, “How Do You Keep False Information Away from the President?” Unfortunately, another article on the same site by editor Rich Lowry, a Fox News commentator, began by quoting from The Washington Post, but added the qu...
Rod Rosenstein says he’s defending Constitution, not worried about reputation
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Rod Rosenstein says he’s defending Constitution, not worried about reputation

U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein told a Baltimore business group Monday his top concern in Washington is defending the Constitution. The comment came less than a week after he was thrust into the national spotlight when the White House used a ...
School: Praying for a Colleague is Unacceptable
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School: Praying for a Colleague is Unacceptable

A school worker in Augusta, Maine was ordered to stop using religious phrases like “I will pray for you” and “You were in my prayers” because such language is not allowed inside a public school building – even in private conversations with coworkers. The Au...
Supreme Court won’t consider boy’s case of fake burping
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Supreme Court won’t consider boy’s case of fake burping

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear a New Mexico mother's appeal of her son's arrest for disrupting his seventh-grade gym class with fake burps. The justices declined the petition on the decision of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Den...
Sanctuary Senator Interferes in Deportation Process
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Sanctuary Senator Interferes in Deportation Process

DENVER (AP) -- A woman who lived in Denver churches for three months to avoid immigration authorities and another Mexican immigrant arrested last month are among 30 immigrants who are being allowed to stay in the United States for two years as they fight to ge...
Trump Plays The Outsider Card; Insiders Go Bananas
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Trump Plays The Outsider Card; Insiders Go Bananas

I had long ago concluded that Comey had insulated himself from being fired because of his peculiar public role in the 2016 presidential election. Whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump had been elected last November, it was obvious that dumping Comey would be...