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Hispanic Unemployment Rate Hits Record Low for Second Straight Month

By Craig Bannister | cnsnews Seasonally-adjusted Hispanic-Latino unemployment rate (Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics) The national seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate for Hispanics and Latinos ...

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Study: Minnesota’s Minimum Wage Hikes Lead to Job Losses for Younger Workers

Getty Images BY: Andrew Burger - Watchdog.org/ Washington Free Beacon Minnesota's minimum wage hikes have led to slower job growth in the restaurant ...

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EPA RELEASED A LONG-DELAYED REPORT SHOWING ETHANOL HURTS THE ENVIRONMENT

Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator/dailycaller An extensive report from the Environmental Protection Agency found that including ethanol into the U.S. gas ...

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Press Release from Phyllis Schlafly Eagles

News Alert from Phyllis Schlafly Eagles. Ed Martin, President | Helen Marie Taylor, Chairman | John Schlafly, Treasurer FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August ...

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Mike's Memo Week of August 13, 2018

    View this email in a browser Welcome to"Mike's Memo," an update on what's happening in the 48th Senatorial District and the State ...

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Barletta Speaks with Pennsylvania Manufacturers and Employers

WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Lou Barletta (PA-11) addressed members of the Northeast Pennsylvania Manufacturers and Employers Association, an organization with 345 ...

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Chicago Activists Demand the Resignation of Mayor Rahm Emanuel

                  Patriotic Viral News Let’s get this straight. The left wants to get rid of Trump for saying mean things. Even while ...

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'He's Closed 50 Schools': Fmr Dem Activist Tells Chicago Mayor to Resign After Bloody Weekend

MADISON DIBBLE | IJR Fox Business/YouTube/Joshua Lott/Getty Images After a bloody weekend in Chicago, the Rev. Ira Acree called for Mayor Rahm Emanuel to step down ...

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1,700 Shootings in Chicago Since January -- 318 People Killed

By Michael W. Chapman | cnsnews (YouTube) Over the weekend, 74 people were shot in Chicago and 11 died, and since January 1, 2018, there ...

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‘MURDER CAPITAL OF USA’ IN SEARCH OF ‘VALUES’

 GARY DEMAR /Godfather Politics Chicago is a perpetual crime scene. There are more Americans killed in the city of Chicago than ...

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Hillary Also Had An Undisclosed Gmail Account

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by Martin Armstrong at Armstrong Economics

Hillary also had an undisclosed Gmail account. It’s amazing how Hillary hides everything, never tells the truth, covers everything up, and yet the New York Times endorses her

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FAIR’s Top 5 – Immigration Reform is Not about What to Do for Illegal Aliens

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1. Naturalization Errors Expose Vetting Problems USCIS granted U.S. citizenship to at least 858 individuals ordered deported or removed under another identity when, during the naturalization process, their digital fingerprint records were not available. Read more

 

2. FAIR Op-ed: Immigration Reform is Not about What to Do for Illegal Aliens A few weeks ago, Donald Trump became the first major party presidential contender to deliver a detailed address about immigration policy. Read more

3. California Governor Signs Bill to Put Immigration Enforcement in Hands of Illegal Aliens California Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 2792 (AB 2792) on Wednesday, to allow criminal aliens in law enforcement custody to refuse any interview with federal

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Alternative Energy Is Likely to See a Big Boost in Taxpayer-Funded Subsidies During Lame-Duck Session

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By Nicolas Loris / /at The Daily Signal

Nicolas Loris, an economist, focuses on energy, environmental and regulatory issues as the Herbert and Joyce Morgan fellow at The Heritage Foundation.

Instead of driving technological improvements to lower costs, a company may settle for producing a technology that is just barely competitive with the government’s help. (Photo: Francis Joseph Dean/Deanpicture/Newscom)

Members of Congress are preparing to be quite active during the lame-duck session. That’s good news for cronies who want to use the political system to secure handouts but bad news for taxpayers and the economy.

The targeted tax credits Congress is considering include windfalls for hybrid solar lighting systems, fuel cells, geothermal, biomass, combined heat and power systems, and

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Mook Called Out for Not Giving Clinton’s Position on Sanctuary Cities

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BY: at the Washington Free Beacon

Jack is a Media Analyst for the Washington Free Beacon.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, was called out by CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday for not giving Clinton’s position on sanctuary cities and illegal immigration.

Sanctuary cities have been a hot topic during the election cycle as Donald Trump has made illegal immigration and border security cornerstones of his campaign. Local authorities in such cities do not fully cooperate with federal immigration law, causing many illegal immigrants who are in custody for crimes to not be turned over to federal officials for possible deportation.

Mook dodged on this issue when Tapper asked

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How Democrats lost the support of police

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By Natalia Castro at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government

President Barack Obama’s war on police has spilled over into the presidential race for 2016. Of course this was not all of Obama’s doing, but a string of actions by the Democratic party which have isolated police officers throughout the country has led to the Fraternal Order of Police’s endorsement of Donald Trump for President.

Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5 made waves just before the Democratic National Convention when the DNC invited “victims of police brutality” to speak without inviting any dedicated police officers.

Lodge President, John J. McNesby, wrote, “It is sad that to win an election Mrs. Clinton must pander to

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Every Immigrant Without High School Degree Will Cost Taxpayers $640,000

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Low-skill immigrants are shown to impose substantial fiscal costs that extend far into the future. The future government benefits they will receive greatly exceed the taxes they will pay. (Photo: Ingram Publishing/Newscom)

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Robert Rector, a leading authority on poverty, welfare programs and immigration in America for three decades, is The Heritage Foundation’s senior research fellow in domestic policy.

Jamie Bryan Hall is a senior policy analyst in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation. His research

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Taxpayers Don’t Realize They’re Paying Billions to Service the National Debt

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By Mollie McNeill / /at The Daily Signal

Mollie McNeill is a research assistant with economic and budget policy at The Heritage Foundation.

If Congress is going to get a handle on net interest payments and the national debt as a whole, it must tackle mandatory entitlement programs like Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security. (Photo: John Woodworth/robertharding/Newscom)

 

This past spring, Netflix—the beloved online video streaming service—announced it would raise its monthly subscription fees.

The first price hike in June cost between $1 and $2 per month. One consumer was angry enough to file a class action lawsuit. This discontent is typical when consumers feel the impact of higher payments directly. But when costs go up and

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Charlotte Riots Hurt Police-Community Relations, Put Police in More Danger

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By Scott Erickson / /at The Daily Signal

Scott G. Erickson is the president of Americans in Support of Law Enforcement.

A protester confronts riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo: Caitlin Penna/EPA/Newscom)

 

Protesters took the streets to demand “justice” almost immediately following the police shooting death of 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Tuesday afternoon.

Like too many other similar incidents, the protests ultimately turned into riots, and widespread looting and violence ensued.

Justice for what, exactly, is unknown at this point. The question remains unanswerable because, much like the recent police-involved shooting and subsequent unrest in Milwaukee, protesters and rioters took to the streets before virtually any of the facts or circumstances

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