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SCOTUS to rule on peculiar free speech case
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SCOTUS to rule on peculiar free speech case

An upcoming case in the United States Supreme Court will ultimately decide whether an Asian-American band will be able to trademark a name that some people find offensive. The leader of The Slants says that he wants to take on the stereotypes of Asians and ow...
Doubling down on a 'crazy' failure
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Doubling down on a 'crazy' failure

Bill Clinton is attempting to clarify his remarks but the former president remains in the headlines for criticizing ObamaCare. During an appearance on the campaign trail, he acknowledged problems in the Affordable Care Act, in particular skyrocketing premiums...
Law and Order: Murder rate highlights harsh reality
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Law and Order: Murder rate highlights harsh reality

During last week's debate, one of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's better moments came when he argued that failure to maintain law and order has a devastating effect, particularly on inner-city residents. New data from the FBI backs up Trump's ...
GOP Establishment Senators: We can work with Hillary!
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GOP Establishment Senators: We can work with Hillary!

Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) is predicting that congressional Republicans will be more willing to work with Hillary Clinton than they have been with President Obama, should she be elected president. "Barack Obama was somewhat of an unknown – he was a senat...
ECU: Future Band Protests 'Will Not Be Tolerated'
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ECU: Future Band Protests 'Will Not Be Tolerated'

East Carolina University just had a “Come to Jesus” moment with a group of perpetually-offended, self-entitled marching band members who disgraced America during last Saturday’s football game. Click here to join Todd's American Dispatch: a must-read for Conse...
State Police raid Indy office in growing voter fraud case
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State Police raid Indy office in growing voter fraud case

Indiana State Police investigators on Tuesday searched a voter registration agency on Indianapolis' north side as they look into a voter fraud case that spans nine counties. The investigation began in late August when police learned of the filing of fraudul...
VP Debate:  Kaine Comes Off as First-Rate Jerk
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VP Debate: Kaine Comes Off as First-Rate Jerk

Hillary Clinton's vice presidential nominee, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, is getting flack for constantly interrupting Indiana Governor Mike Pence during their debate on Tuesday. Kaine, who was picked as Clinton's vice presidential candidate because of his l...
Dead voters and other horror stories
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Dead voters and other horror stories

There is nothing more aggravating in the entire liberal canon than the myth of voter suppression. What exactly is meant by voter suppression? According to most sources, it is the effort to prevent eligible voters from exercising their right to vote. So w...
Military vet defends Donald Trump, blasts media for twisting PTSD comments
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Military vet defends Donald Trump, blasts media for twisting PTSD comments

Donald Trump sparked a furor Monday about post-traumatic stress among soldiers that news outlets and even the White House called insensitive and ignorant, though the head of a veteran’s group who asked the question called the criticism of Mr. Trump “sickening....
FBI destroyed laptops of Clinton aides in immunity side deal
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FBI destroyed laptops of Clinton aides in immunity side deal

As part of a “side arrangement” made in June, the FBI agreed to destroy the laptops of two of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s top aides after granting each immunity – according to a letter House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) se...