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PODCAST | Do You Remember All The Times The Left Screamed 'Constitutional Crisis'?

With the US Supreme Court ruling in favor of the US Constitution and, specifically, the sanctity of the 2nd Amendment, it is a good time for the US Constitution. But the fascist Left is apoplectic that the SCOTUS would dare to have fidelity to the US Cons

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PODCAST | The Globalists Use of Climate Change As The New Chaos Creator

Ever since the 1967 Report from Iron Mountain, which outlined a transition from managed wars to climate change as the vehicle of choice for political transformation, the Progressives (read: fascists) in the United States have continuously hit the climate

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PODCAST | Janet Yellen & The Rest Of The Biden Administration Unqualified

If you have been following the short tenure of Janet Yellen as US Treasury Secretary you will have already noticed that she hasn't been correct in any of the predictions or statements she has issued. From inflation being "transitory" to crypto being

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PODCAST | The Manmade Climate Change Narrative & The Globalization Agenda

I feel it’s important to share a portion of a decades-long, ongoing conversation I am engaged in with a dear friend who has worked for the European Union Commission at the highest levels, serving as an analyst on various critical issues. He continues to

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PODCAST | Adam Schiff's Problem With Sensationalism & The Truth

US Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA), has a problem with the truth. Over the last six years, specifically, he has consistently made claims that he has "evidence" of this and a "smoking gun" for that, and each time the agendized and disingenuous mainstream

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Why Our Self-Imposed High Gas Prices Are A Direct Threat To The People

Today the national average for gasoline hit $5 per gallon, translating to $65–$80 a fill-up for the average car. If you still need to be convinced that the pain you are feeling at the gas pump isn’t self-inflicted, courtesy of the Green Movement and t

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PODCAST | The Disingenuous Manufactured Media Circus With Ringmaster Pelosi

You know that Nancy Pelosi and the fascist-Left Democrats have nothing to run on in the Midterm Elections when they have to beg a news network to sensationalize a manufactured media circus in what was the January 6th mini-series-esque sitcom broadcast on

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PODCAST | Why I've Changed My Mind On The Need For A Convention Of States

Whenever someone I knew brought up the convening of a Convention of the States my fear centered arou

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PODCAST | From D-Day To The Convention Of States Rubicon

Looking back at the monumental achievements of the Greatest Generation during World War II and especially the D-Day landings, it has become clear that our current federal government has abdicated its obligation to perform for anyone but themselves; our tw

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Why I've Changed My Mind On The Need For A Convention Of States

I have been wary about the call for a Convention of States, an option in the US Constitution under Article V that allows two-thirds of the states to call for a convention to propose amendments to the US Constitution. My reasoning has always been one seate

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PODCAST | Is Making It Hard To Travel Part Of The Plan?

While the mainstream media complex does everything it can to not report on the fact that former US Attorney General has led an effort to gerrymander the reapportionment of congressional districts through the courts, the Biden administration's policie

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PODCAST | Uvalde: Limited Government Is Essential For The Common Good

While the political opportunists scream in an attempt to score points for their shallowly naive and uneducated positions on “gun control” regarding the Uvalde school shooting, the tragedy – and that’s what it is, a tragedy – spotlights some poin

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PODCAST | The Biden Price Hikes & The Choice Of A Lifetime

As Joe Biden stupidly saber-rattles war in the Pacific Rim, we here at home are suffering from his i

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PODCAST | Fearporn, ‘Dysinformation’ & Monkeypox

With the economy in crisis, fuel prices and costs of raw materials through the roof, military confro

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Fearporn, ‘Dysinformation’ & Monkeypox

With the economy in crisis, fuel prices and costs of raw materials through the roof, military confrontation being threatened in two theaters, a full-blown invasion on our southern border, and a nation divided to an extent not seen since the US Civil War,

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PODCAST | The Next Elections Actually Need To Be Referendums

The common misunderstanding of the choice facing American voters in the 2022 Midterm Election and th

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The Next Elections Actually Need To Be Referendums

The two political parties, their sycophantic activists, and the mainstream media want you to believe that the upcoming Midterm and General Elections represent a critical choice between two distinctly different visions for our country: one rooted in social

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PODCAST | Whether At Home Or Abroad It's All About The Guns

The epidemic of mass shootings in the United States recently says less about the lawful availability of guns and ammunition and more about our societal failure. From our governments' failure to address mental health issues that lead to things like Bu

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The Biden Administration’s Pathetic Attempt To ‘Wag The Dog’

The US House of Representatives advanced a bill that would send an additional $40 billion in aid to Ukraine – $7 billion more than what President Biden requested. That raises the total amount of emergency aid issued to Ukraine from the United States alo

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PODCAST | The Truth About The Narrative Of Disinformation

I can't begin to tell you how many times someone has asked me who they can trust when it comes to accurate information in the news. The simple answer is that you should trust no one; no newspaper, no columnist, no talking head, no politician. We live

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BlackRock, Citadel, Deny Any Part In Terra Collapse

The world’s largest asset manager, Blackrock, and hedge fund giant Citadel Securities have denied claims that they had a role in the fall of terrausd (UST) and terra (LUNA). In addition, crypto exchange Gemini has denied making a bitcoin loan that resulted in the terra collapse...

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The Roe Protests: The Hoodwinking Of The American People

The purposeful manipulation of the American people by the political Left continues in the anticipated Supreme Court Ruling in the matter of Roe v. Wade. Simply put – and it can’t be repeated enough – the Democrats and pro-abortion advocates are bald

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PODCAST | How Disingenuous Can Our Federal Government Be?

From their declarations about Ukraine and punishing Vladimir Putin with sanctions to their declaration that domestic terrorism is actually a threat to our country to their completely disingenuous and opportunistic moves against cryptocurrency, our federal

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The ‘New & Inclusive’ Taliban Comes Full Sharia Law Circle After Biden’s Afghan Withdrawal

All women in Afghanistan must be covered head to toe in public, Taliban leader Hibatullah Akhundzada, head of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, decreed Saturday in a move that brings the ruthless and murderous reign of the Taliban back full circle to pr

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The Establishment's Terror About Cryptocurrency And Why They Need To Destroy It

Cryptocurrencies and decentralized finance are striking fear into the souls of the financial elite. From the US federal government to the Federal Reserve and the Security & Exchange Commission, the International Monetary Fund to the World Bank, the manipu

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PODCAST & ARTICLE | The Overturning Of Roe v. Wade Would Not Make Abortion Illegal

Before we get into the meat of this issue it is important to understand that a draft opinion is not a ruling. It is a precursor to a ruling; a moment in time when the US Supreme Court Justices make their cases to the other justices on why they hold the pr

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PODCAST | Censorship, Disinformation & War...It Isn't Cool to Be a Democrat Today

With Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff showboating for film crews in Ukraine to pretend they have done something besides demonizing half of America for the last year and a half - and Biden's new effort to stomp out your freedom of speech, it's just n

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The Absolute Danger Of Biden’s Disinformation Governance Board

We should all be very concerned with how far we have allowed the fifth columnists to go with manipulating speech and our right to free speech. From the absurd notion of political correctness to social media and internet censorship to the newly created DHS

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PODCAST | Maybe DHS Should Consider Putting a Fence Around Disney

As DHS Secretary Mayorkas humiliates himself before Congress in continuing to push the false narrative of the snowflake "domestic terrorism" threat, perhaps the Left could better serve itself by putting a fence around Disney Woke-World given that Florida&

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Mitch McConnell’s Two-Faced Back Room Declarations Should End His Career

If – and this is a huge if, by the by – the Republican Party is smart enough to realize the absolute need to reinstitute its founding principles and purge its ranks of the self-serving and opportunistic status quo then they would use the two faces of

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PODCAST | Winkin, Blinken & The Need for Common Ground

A perfect example of useless talk came to us in Secretary of State Blinken and Defense Secretary Austen's meeting with Ukrainian President Zelinsky, going to the war-torn country without badly needed weapons. It's the kind of gratuitous and time

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PODCAST | E Pluribus Unum: The Honest Conversation Starts at Common Ground

It’s no secret that we live in a very divided society. This divide, sadly, is by political design. The opportunistic political class has come to understand that utilizing the strategy of divide and conquer – accredited to Philip the Second of Macedoni

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PODCAST: What Do Ron DeSantis And Lori Lightfoot Have In Common?

Absolutely nothing! They are polar opposites. Where Ron DeSantis actually serves the people of the State of Florida in preserving the rights of the individual and fighting the cancer of Woke-ism, Lightfoot is attempting to disingenuously coattail on the d

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What's the Difference Between a Democracy and a Republic?

Is the U.S. a democracy or a republic? Or both? And what's the difference, anyway?

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The Political Redefinition of Meanings & How the Status Quo Benefits

The redefinition of words and phrases by those in political power is nothing new, especially for what has to be identified as today’s fascist Left. Under the “kinder, gentler” moniker of Progressivism, they have been establishing redefinitions to th

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PODCAST: Russia, Insurrection, It All Leads to Klaus Schwab

Our country faces a litany of societal challenges. We have the false narrative of January 6th, the c

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PODCAST INTERVIEW: Russia, Ukraine & Chechen Strongman Ramzan Kadyrov

A contingent operating on behalf of Vladimir Putin and the Russian military in Ukraine and especially the Donbas region comes out of Chechnya and is headed by Chechen warlord Ramzan Kadyrov. Kadyrov is an Islamofascist sycophant of Vladimir Putin’s; a n

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PODCAST INTERVIEW: Freedom of Religion?

For what amounts to a lifetime, the ideological Left has created the myth that neither politics nor religion should be discussed in "polite company." But the fact of the matter is this. Because our society has fallen for this spiritual hobbling because th

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The Sacramento Shooting Is a Product of Society Not the Gun Industry

In the ongoing promotion of the false narrative that inanimate objects are the reason for deadly vio

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One Florida Democrat Burns When She Should Have Fiddled

We hear about wildfires all the time out West in California and Colorado. But the State of Florida has a significant amount of undeveloped land thick with trees and underbrush that routinely sees a risk of wildfire. Given that long-ago understood reality,

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SUNDAY DIGEST: Democrats Plan to Close Enthusiasm Gap By Paying People to Nag Their Friends About Politics

Democrats Plan to Close Enthusiasm Gap By Paying People to Nag Their Friends About Politics A group of Democrat strategists is trying to spread an organizing tactic in this year’s election called “paid relational organizing.” It boils down to paying

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PODCAST: From Mass Graves to No Man's Land

As more mass graves are discovered in Bucha, Ukraine along with proof the atrocities are being perpetrated by Russian soldiers, we must return at least a portion of our attention to the US Southern border as the Biden administration prepares to re-open th

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Why the Elevation of Ketanji Brown Jackson to the US Supreme Court Means Very Little

Whether you support President Biden’s choice to replace US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer or not, Ketanji Brown Jackson’s elevation to the position of Supreme Court Justice will have very little effect on the direction of both the High Court and

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The Sacramento Shooting Is a Product of Society Not the Gun Industry

In the ongoing promotion of the false narrative that inanimate objects are the reason for deadly violence, the usual suspects on the Left and far-Left are once again calling for more unconstitutional restrictions to be placed on law-abiding citizens.

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The Mass Graves of Bucha

As the Biden administration waffles on whether or not to label what Vladimir Putin is doing to civilians in Ukraine genocide, Human Rights Watch has interviewed survivors and captured chilling images of mass graves in Bucha, just outside of Kyiv, mass gra

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SUNDAY DIGEST: Russian Medical Watchdog Group Reveals Data Suggesting Putin Is Being Treated for Thyroid Cancer

Russian Medical Watchdog Group Reveals Data Suggesting Putin Is Being Treated for Thyroid Cancer A report from a Russian health watchdog group, Proekt (The Project) reveals that Vladimir Putin secretly took visits from a doctor specializing in thyroid can

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Diving into the Biden Administration's Rolodex of Blame

It's a legitimate question. Has the Biden administration taken responsibility for anything they have launched or affected since it took the helm in Washington, DC? From the energy crisis to Afghanistan, the devastation of the economy to the deepening

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The Moscow-Beijing Axis Is a Troubling Alliance Toward a New World Order

There has always been a lot of talk about the threat of a “new world order” in contemporary America. From talk about the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg to the Council on Foreign Relations, there has always been a shadow in which organization

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Biden's Proposed Billionaire Tax Spotlights the Unconstitutionality of Our Current Tax System

The Biden administration continues to prove, with each passing day, that they have little regard for the US Constitution when it comes to governing the nation. President Biden’s proposed “billionaire minimum income tax” not only thumbs its nose at t

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AOC Speaks an Unspoken Truth and Targets the Activist Left on the US Supreme Court

US Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), has unwittingly opened the door to a process that few among us realize is at our disposal. The US Constitution makes it clear that justices of the United States Supreme Court can only serve during “times of good

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We Must Move Away from the Cult of Personality in Politics Before It's Too Late

The transformative Left, or the fascist left (same thing), has done a great job of duping the country into believing that our political system is simply the clash of cult titans; the politics of cult personalities. Moving forward in these very dangerous t

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Now You're Talking: Trump Offers a Proposal to Destroy the Deep State

Wouldn't government work more smoothly if the president were able to clear out unelected and unaccountable government employees who obstructed his agenda?

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Our Greatest Domestic Threat: Pro-Government Extremists

Though alarming and depressing, we can no longer avoid recognizing that America’s greatest domestic threat is from pro-government extremists. We rue that pro…

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Steve Kramer – Finally, a Government in Israel

Steve Kramer – Finally, a Government in Israel A friend in the US recently asked me what I thought about Israel’s new government. My replay: It’s a government! Finally, after four elections in two years, the victory of a wide-ranging coalition g

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Steve Kramer – Israel’s 36th Government in 73 years – What’s Next?

Steve Kramer – Israel’s 36th Government in 73 years – What’s Next? Now that the Lapid-Bennett government (aka Change government) has replaced the Netanyahu-Likud government, which “reigned” for 12 years, what’s next? From the above t

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The Federalist Papers and ‘The Violence of Faction’

It has been said that the oldest word in American politics is “new.” Even the United States Constitution, by far the oldest written constitution in the world…

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VIDEO: Kamala Harris Talks About the ‘Beauty of Marxism’ Just Days Before the Election

Just two days before the 2020 General Election, Democrat vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), posted a campaign video

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We Have Become A Police State, And None Of Us Should Be Okay With That

On Saturday, police in Kansas City “intervened” to shut down a parade of elementary school teachers. The staff of John Fiske Elementary School decided to organize the parade as a way to boost the morale of their students and encourage them in their new di

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California, Mired in a Housing Crisis, Rejects an Effort to Ease It - The New York Times

A lawmaker’s push for denser development near transit, overriding local zoning, was thwarted by a diverse group of legislative foes.

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California lawmakers may trim repeat nonviolent offenders’ sentences

“This enhancement is disproportionately used against persons of color and those that are low income,” said Democratic Assemblyman Ash Kalra of San Jose, who carried the bill in the Assembly. “It is…

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Facebook vs the feds: The tech giant will have to pay a record fine for violating users’ privacy. But the FTC wanted more.

The settlement the FTC brokered marks the most significant privacy punishment ever levied against a tech giant. But the story behind it -- described by 10 people familiar with the matter -- illustrates the challenges facing a 105-year-old agency tasked wi

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Roberts Thwarted Trump, but the Census Ruling Has a Second Purpose

The Supreme Court rejected Trump’s citizenship question, but the ruling serves a conservative counterrevolution against the administrative state.

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Obama, OPM defy court order

Yet another Obama Administration anti-gay Friday news dump. Kerry Eleveld of the Advocate is reporting the Obama Administration is defying the order of the chief judge of the 9th Circuit Court of ...

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The Electoral College Is Under Assault. Here’s Why It’s Worth Saving.

It has never been clearer that the Electoral College is under systemic assault.

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The Electoral College Still Makes Sense Because We’re Not A Democracy

What appears to deprive the populace of its power to decide a president is the very mechanism that preserves its power. The Electoral College works that way because the United States isn’t a pure democracy.

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The Real Deconstruction of the Administrative State

I must see Marini!!!” My boss, Clarence Thomas, then chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, wrote that command in bold script across the first page of an essay by John Marini on how the deterioration of Congress led to the administrati

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A chart shows how everything has changed since Trump became president

Since Donald Trump won the presidency, he has presided over one of the most tumultuous political environments in recent memory as well as the best economy the country has seen in years.

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KLAVAN: The Left Has Abandoned The American Idea

A conservative movement dedicated to the freedom of the individual must allow for disagreements. That’s what individuals do: they disagree.

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This Woman 'Enrolled' In Student Loan Forgiveness -- And Then Learned This

She was depending on student loan forgiveness - and then was told this.

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Alaska Over a Century: From Natural Wonders to Government Plunder

Retracing a famous environmentalist's journey almost 120 years ago, an author discovers a very different Alaska.

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California bans local soda taxes

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Thursday that prevents local governments from taxing soda until 2031.

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Anthony Kennedy retiring from Supreme Court

The retirement gives President Donald Trump another chance to fundamentally reshape the top of the judiciary.

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Better government services linked to less religiosity in U.S. and world, study says | Miami Herald

Better government services are linked to lower religiosity levels in states and countries, suggesting government can replace God’s role as a provider, according to research published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

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Overweight, tattooed, stoned? The Pentagon may still want you

The new U.S. military wants you -- even if you're overweight, covered in tats and stoned on weed. 

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Laws That Shaped L.A.: How Bunker Hill Lost its Victorians

How did all the grand mansions of Bunker Hill get demolished? Blame a 1949 law that pushed forward the agenda of "redevelopment."

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Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Is Convicted on All Counts

The state’s top prosecutor was accused of leaking secret grand jury information in an effort to discredit a political rival, then lying to cover it up.

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How Square Watermelons Get Their Shape and Other G.M.O. Misconceptions

No, these watermelons were not genetically modified. And neither were those funny looking white strawberries. As the House prepares to vote on a bill that would require G.M.O.s to be labeled as such, we take on some misconceptions about what it means for

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Steve Jobs didn't invent the iPhone, says Nancy Pelosi

Technically Incorrect: The House minority leader says the US government was behind the actual invention; Jobs merely designed Apple's famous phone and put it together.

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Here's Why Bernie Sanders is Wrong About Everything

Bernie Sanders has a lot of economic narratives, and they're all wrong. Here's why.

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Let Me Ask America a Question - WSJ

Republican presidential contender Donald J. Trump writes: Let me ask America a question: How has the “system” been working out for you and your family?

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Clinton sees ObamaCare’s ‘crushing’ burden — but has no way to fix it | New York Post

The Clinton campaign is finally owning up to what most Americans learned the hard way: The Affordable Care Act is anything but affordable. In fact, its costs are “crushing” people who have to buy health insurance. Hillary Clinton vows to fix the probl

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CBO Misses Its Obamacare Projection by 24 Million People

Three years ago, on the eve of Obamacare’s implementation, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) projected that President Obama's centerpiece legislation would result in an average of 201 million people having private health insurance in any given month of 2016. Now that 2016 is here, the CBO says that just 177 million people, on average, will have private health insurance in any given month of this year—a shortfall of 24 million people.

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Real-life 'X-Files'? CIA posts trove of UFO documents | Fox News

The truth is out there – the CIA is offering a peek into its ‘X-files,’ shining a spotlight on a series of once-classified UFO documents

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10 Unexpected Duties Performed by the Secret Service | Mental Floss

Being a Secret Service agent isn't as action-packed as they make it seem in the movies. It's a lot of observation and surveillance, sure, but the President and his family have the power to ask their protection staff to do just about anything—including serving as a urinal. Yup... these 10 menial tasks are a long shot from car chases and running down would-be assassins.

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The quiet unraveling of ObamaCare

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Sharyl Attkisson: Obama Will Not Read Intelligence on U.S.-Recognized Terrorist Groups

Several times in the past, we've heard President Barack Obama, and occasionally his press secretary, tell America that the nation's commander-in-chief learned about certain events the same way many of the rest of us did: by seeing them on TV or

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Kill the Department of Ed.? It’s been done

When Washington’s education bureaucracy comes under political attack, it’s common to pin responsibility for its existence on Jimmy Carter. He signed legislation to establish the Department of Education in 1979, and critics note that this imposed a new department on a country that had gotten along quite well without one for more than 200 years.

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The One-Man Roadshow of Donald Trump

After early success in the GOP presidential race, Trump must now decide if he can continue to prosper as a one-man show or needs to rely more on traditional campaign methods.

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Mystery deepens into how classified emails got onto Clinton's unclassified server

The daily revelations over Hillary Clinton’s personal email system are raising a perplexing question for former government officials who dealt with sensitive information – who wonder how classified information made its way onto a non-classified State

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Congress should step up to block the terrible Iran agreement - by Joe Lieberman

Sen. Charles Schumer announced his opposition to the Iran deal; others should follow his lead.

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Hillary Clinton’s e-mail server turned over to FBI

A New Jersey-based private data firm says the transfer occurred Wednesday afternoon.

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Tempers Flare As Huntington Park Appoints Undocumented Immigrants To City Commissions

Huntington Park is making history and not everyone is happy about it.

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Hillary Received Memo Describing Benghazi As Planned Terror Attack Within Hours

By Mark Tapscott, The Daily CallerNew documents obtained by Judicial Watch and made public Monday show that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other senior officials under President Obama were

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NSA's bulk collection of Americans' phone records was illegal, court says

A federal appeals court in New York ruled that the bulk collection of Americans' phone records by the National Security Agency (NSA) is illegal.

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The Maya Angelou Stamp Exemplifies Why Startups Shouldn't Sell To The Government

The US Postal Service pulled off another debacle with the Maya Angelou stamp. Their task was simple. Combine a photo of Ms. Angelou with one of her more memorable verses. Instead, the coupled her image with text written by Joan Walsh Anglund. Twice Isn&rs

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The White House Needs a Refresher Course on World War II History

Read into this what you will, but President Obama is building an impressive list of gaffes and protocol lapses related to Poland, World War II, and the Holocaust. During his campaign, Obama mixed up which concentration camp his uncle had liberated: it was

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Vox Writer Wants 'Anti-Democratic' U.S. Senate Abolished

Vox writer Dylan Matthews has decided that the U.S. Senate is "anti-democratic" and wants to toss over 200 years of the Constitition and federalism down the tubes and abolish that institution.

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Supremes to White House: What about ‘death panel?’

The Supreme Court is telling the Obama administration to present its case for Obamacare’s Independent Payment Advisory Board – the provision that critics have described as a “death panel” – even if it doesn’t want to

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History of Veterans Day - Office of Public and Intergovernmental Affairs

An Act (52 Stat. 351; 5 U. S. Code, Sec. 87a) approved May 13, 1938, made the 11th of November in each year a legal holiday—a day to be dedicated to the cause of world peace and to be thereafter celebrated and known as "Armistice Day."

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Watch the U.S. military's next-generation fighter jet float in mid-air

The Pentagon's long-awaited and extremely controversial F-35 fighter jet is the most expensive defense program ever. But finally, we may be starting to find out why the Defense Department has gone through all the trouble

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This is what it looks like when a voting machine changes your vote

Early voters in Maryland and Illinois this year have reported faulty or rigged voting machines that changed votes for Republicans to support Democrats instead. Now, two voters from Moline, Illinois. have captured the problem on video.

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Here's How Gasoline Taxes Stack Up State By State

Gas taxes range from 12 cents to over 50 cents per gallon on the state level. What are you paying?

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SportsCenter Host on Ray Rice: We Need To ‘Reprogram the Way We Raise Men’

ESPN writer Kate Fagan said the NFL should spend ‘millions’ on programs to encourage boys to be raised in a less ‘hyper masculine’ environment

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School to fingerprint students to ‘monitor their diets.' What can go wrong???

The Express & Star reports students at Redhill School in Stourbridge, England will be fingerprinted in an attempt to reduce lunch lines and “monitor pupils’ diets.”

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Heavy Metal: Why Ferguson has conservatives challenging military-style police

A split is emerging among conservative commentators and politicians, some of whom are troubled by the way local police departments have bulked up until they resemble military units.

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Government will take every penny you've earned so far this year: Examiner Editorial

As Americans celebrated this nation's birthday on July 4, most were likely unaware of a less uplifting commemoration that fell on the calendar during the same holiday weekend. That was Cost of Government Day, or July 6, 2014. The date's significance is on

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We've Crossed The Tipping Point; Most Americans Now Receive Government Benefits

With the implementation of Obamacare, more than half of Americans are receiving some type of government benefit. That bodes ill for the future.

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Life is About to Get (Even) Easier for Federal Workers

President Barack Obama formally published a memo on Friday that calls on government agencies to promote flexible work schedules and other policies aimed at ensuring an optimal work-life balance for federal workers. The Obama administration indicated he wo

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Waves of immigrant minors present crisis for Obama, Congress

By Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of children unaccompanied by parents or relatives are flooding across the southern U.S. border illegally, forcing the Obama administration and Congress to grapple with both a humanitarian crisis an

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Russell Brand May Have Started a Revolution Last Night

The revolution itself may not be televised, but on last night's edition of the BBC's Newsnight, viewers may have witnessed the start of one.

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Report: Government is responsible for housing bubble, not banks

Banks’ unfair treatment of African-Americans and Hispanics did not cause the housing bubble that crashed the economy in 2007, a new economic study found. Claims of racism are undercut because...