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Trump: Unlike the media, he prefers knowing the facts first

BY MARTIN BARILLAS/Spero News President Donald Trump issued an executive order on Tuesday that promises to speed up approvals for infrastructure projects as ...

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Report: Reducing Regulatory Agencies’ Authority Could Boost Economy, Increase Job Creation

Agencies should be abolished, eliminated, or reformed to offer better outcomes for businesses and consumers EPA headquarters in Washington, D.C. / ...

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Trump-Endorsed Immigration Bill Would Save Taxpayers Trillions

Robert Rector / Jamie Bryan Hall / @Mr_Jamie_B_Hall / The Daily Signal The RAISE Act would limit future chain migration, allowing only nuclear families of ...

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Flashback: Dems Silent as Video Resurfaces Showing Trump’s True Feelings About David Duke

  BY MARTIN WALSH/Conservative Tribune   President Donald Trump disavowed hate groups Monday in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, surrounding a white ...

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Majority Says Immigrants Should Adopt American Culture, Poll Finds

Written by  John Binder/at Blabber Buzz Immigrants should adopt America’s culture and heritage, including the English language, most voters say. In a ...

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Trump’s Interior Dept. Takes Massive Stand for Memorials at Civil War Battlefield

BY MARTIN LIOLL/Conservative Tribune President Trump’s Interior Department is apparently refusing to bow to liberal pressure to remove Confederate memorials on Civil ...

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A Majority of Americans Say Confederate Statues Should Remain in Place

BY TRE GOINS-PHILLIPS/IJR Just looking at the media’s coverage, most people would probably assume Confederate statues are the bane of the United States’s ...

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Jay Stephens Explains Why College Made Her a Conservative

Classics By Matt | Contributor/The Political Insider “Have you ever heard the old saying that a conservative is just a liberal who had been mugged?” Jay ...

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Gettysburg Tells Radical Left to Scram, Monument Not Going Anywhere

By Andrew West/Constitution.com, This week’s leftist bigotry has been focused on the liberal campaign to erase the history of the United States’ ...

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Martin Luther King condemned the violence on both sides, too

By Robert Romano at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government Someone has to be the adult in the room. Whenever President ...

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Private Property and Higher Ed

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The US higher-education world has been rocked the last two years by student protests, “free-speech” controversies, and allegations of faculty misconduct at schools as diverse as Missouri, Yale, Middlebury, Berkeley, and Evergreen State College. You’ve all heard about safe spaces, microaggressions, intersectionality, snowflakes, claims that certain forms of speech constitute violence, and so on. Professors have been assaulted by protesters and even fired or pressured to quit for expressing politically controversial ideas (though some are protected). Certain private groups have been banned, even from meeting off campus. Students, faculty, and staff are subjected to endless hours of sensitivity training, despite evidence that such programs increase, rather than alleviate, tensions among groups. Some schools are already experiencing blowback, while others are taking advantage of these controversies to differentiate themselves from rivals. Pundits are predicting campus craziness as the next hot-button issue in US presidential politics. What is to be done?

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