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                  American Liberty Report The fake news media likes to make comparisons between the Trump Administration and Nazi Germany. Here’s one the ...

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Trump’s Use of Pardon Power Aims at Rectifying Injustice

John-Michael Seibler / @JSeibler / Jonathan Zalewski / @JMZalewski / The Daily Signal President Donald Trump issued a posthumous pardon to the late boxer Jack ...

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U.S. Indicts 9 Chinese Cyber Spies

Hackers targeted U.S. turbofan jet engine tech for Chinese jetliner Getty Images BY: Bill Gertz / Washington Free Beacon The Justice Department announced the indictment ...

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Trump Says Ballot Box Is Way To Settle Disagreements - But Voting Doesn't Do That

Unless the citizens begin to focus on upholding the Constitution and elected like officials, even if it means writing in ...

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Smug Liberal Knocks Guy’s Corvette, So Owner Teaches Him Lesson About Work

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USGS Employee's Porn Addiction Resulted In Infecting Government Network With Malware

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Trump, Moderates to Derail Pelosi’s Power Over Dem-Controlled House

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Leaven on the Rise--APN

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Top US Economist Confirms Obama Did Have An Effect On This Economy: “It’s The Effect That Barack Obama Is No Longer President Of The United States!”

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Government Watchdog Questions Sessions’ Need for Recusal From Russian Probe

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By Fred Lucas / /at The Daily Signal.

Fred Lucas is the White House correspondent for The Daily Signal.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions held a press conference Thursday to announce he was recusing himself from any matters that deal with the 2016 presidential election. (Photo: Yuri Gripas/Reuters/Newscom)

 

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Thursday he would recuse himself from any Justice Department investigation that relates to the 2016 presidential campaign.

“He should only recuse himself from the investigation of illegal leaks,” @TomFitton says.

“My staff recommended recusal. They said since I had involvement in this campaign, I should not be involved in any campaign investigation,” Sessions said at a press conference Thursday.

“I have studied the rules and considered the

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Putin Aide Reveals The Shocking Truth Behind Trump’s Connections To Russia

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The Democrats and their allies in the so-called “mainstream” media have schemed relentlessly to whip-up scandals surrounding Trump’s ties to Russia.

They have tried to plant seeds in the minds of Americans that Trump is acting as the puppet of the Russian government.

And now, a former top advisor to Vladimir Putin has stepped forward to reveal the truth about Trump’s connections to Russia.

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Democrat Computer Specialists Under Criminal Investigation for Taking $100K from Iraqi Operatives

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By Warner Todd Huston/Constitution.com

Warner Todd Huston is a Chicago-based freelance writer, has been writing opinion editorials and social criticism since early 2001

The scandal over a group of computer technicians hired by a long list of Congressional Democrats — including the former head of the Democrat National Committee — is growing deeper by the week. The latest is that the three Pakistani immigrants hired to maintain the Congressmen’s computers were the recipients of a mysterious $100,000 pay off from an Iraqi politician. And through it all the Old Media complex is ignoring the whole story…

Early this month news broke that Congressional Information Technology (IT) staffers Imran Awan, and his brothers, Jamal and Abid — all from

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Obama’s Fmr. National Security Adviser: Not Enforcing Syria Red Line Was a ‘Colossal Mistake’

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Sam Dorman is a Media Analyst at the Washington Free Beacon.

Former President Barack Obama’s first national security adviser, Jim Jones Jr., on Sunday lambasted the Obama administration’s decision not to punish the Syrian regime for using chemical weapons against its own people, suggesting that doing so could have subsided the refugee crisis.

“That was a colossal mistake from a strategic standpoint,” Jones, a retired Marine Corps general, said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

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Another Obama Admin E-Mail Scandal, This Time at Homeland Security

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Well, well, well, what do we have here?

Hillary Clinton’s use of an unsecured, private server to send classified documents earned her a spot on an Army OPSEC training slide as an “insider threat” to national security. That’s pretty serious business, though that didn’t stop her from nearly becoming president.

But now, there’s another e-mail scandal brewing from the Obama administration and Judicial Watch is on the case:

We have obtained 215 pages of documents containing official, sensitive emails of Jeh Johnson, former head of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and three other top department officials sent through private, unsecured, webmail-based email accounts.

The documents include emails discussing high-level meetings Johnson was to have with the Kuwaiti ambassador and

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Here’s Why State Election Officials Think Voter Fraud Is a Serious Problem

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By Fred Lucas / /at The Daily Signal.

Fred Lucas is the White House correspondent for The Daily Signal.

A panel discussed how state and local elections can show the way toward preventing federal voter fraud. (Jerry Mennenga/ZUMA Press/Newscom)

Before he was the chief election officer for his state, Wayne Williams was the El Paso County, Colorado, clerk and saw firsthand how even a small amount of voter fraud can thwart the public will.

“Voter fraud is like bank robbery,” @ColoSecofState says.

“As clerk, I saw two school board races decided by a single vote,” Williams told The Daily Signal. “I oversaw a municipal tax question that failed on a tie vote. So, yes, a single vote can make a

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Venezuela’s Socialist Diet

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By Jordan Candler · at The Patriot Post/https://patriotpost.us/posts/47582

Is this what Bernie Sanders and his ilk envision for America when they fervently promote pure socialism? Via Fox News: “In a new sign that Venezuela’s financial crisis is morphing dangerously into a humanitarian one, a new nationwide survey shows that in the past year nearly 75 percent of the population lost an average of 19 pounds for lack of food. The extreme poor said they dropped even more weight than that. The 2016 Living Conditions Survey (Encovi, for its name in Spanish), conducted among 6,500 families, also found that as many as 32.5 percent eat only once or twice a day — the figure was 11.3 just a year ago. In all, 82 percent

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How Public Employee Pensions Make Income Inequality Worse

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By /THE FISCAL TIMES

Marc Joffe, Director of Policy Research for the California Policy Center, has written for the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, the Reason Foundation and the Haas Institute at UC Berkeley.

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Despite the stock market’s strong performance, public employee pension systems remain well below full funding and pressure on government budgets is building. Get ready for another round of battles over public employee benefits.

This month, UC Berkeley’s Haas Institute, a progressive research center, has stepped into the maelstrom, arguing that the problem is overblown. In a policy brief, analyst Tom Sgouros argues correctly points out that a pension plan need not be fully funded to continue making payments over long periods

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