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Poll: 48% of Likely Voters Now Say Gov’t Not Doing Enough to Stop Illegal Immigration

By Craig Bannister |cnsnews (Screenshot) Nearly half (48%) of likely voters in the U.S. now think the government is doing too little to stop ...

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Congress agrees almost unanimously to pay furloughed federal workers after government shutdown ends

By Robert Romano at the Daily Torch Getting the southern border wall approved by Congress may have just gotten slightly harder from a negotiating standpoint. On ...

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The Government Shutdown Exposes Another Reason to Abolish the TSA

By Ryan McMaken at Mises The Transportation Security Administration, a federal agency, is facing a no-show problem with employees, as paychecks are ...

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Woman Denied Housing for Being a Conservative

                ~ Liberty Planet Pardes Seleh, like many sensible young people, recently began looking for a townhouse or apartment that she could ...

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Feds: Illegal Alien Family Tried to Smuggle Alleged Cop Killer Across Border Featured

Written by John Binder/Bladderbuzz   The family of Gustavo Perez Arriaga, a 32-year-old illegal alien, helped him evade police and attempted to help ...

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Jim Acosta Can’t See ‘National Emergency’ At Border, Then CNN Reports 20 Killed

By Tori McNabb/Red Right Videos CNN’s Jim Acosta evidently never tires of making an outright fool of himself. Ever. Every time I ...

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PHOTOS: From Vatican Walls to Obama’s Fence, 20 Barriers Around the World

(AP/Getty Images)   Breitbart News Network As President Trump requests full funding for a border wall along the United States-Mexico border, elected Democrats ...

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Undocumented Immigrants Cost U.S. $113 Billion Annually

 WARNER TODD HUSTON /Godfather Politics. As President Donald Trump has warned, the cost of illegal immigrants on the U.S. is severe and ...

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George Soros has massive wall around his home

See how leading open-borders activist 'protects the things he loves' From WND The wall outside the home of George Soros One of the ...

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Dems Say They Aren’t Refusing Their Pay During Shutdown Because it Would be a 'Distraction'

BY NICHOLAS BALLASY /PJMedia The Capitol is seen as the partial government shutdown lurches into a third week on Jan. 7, 2019. (AP ...

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Trump Ready to Use Military Funds to Secure Southern Border

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Democrats appear to have once again brought a knife to a gunfight as President Donald Trump has thrown down the gauntlet and has hinted he will use military funds to secure the U.S.-Mexico border by building a wall.

It’s no secret that “resist” and “obstruct” Democrats are suddenly opposed to building a border wall because it was a campaign promise made by President Trump. To date, the Trump Administration has already delivered on much of its commitment to Make America Great Again and more. With unemployment hovering at historic lows, tax cuts in place, the GDP surging, and wages on the rise, the president has also signed landmark prison reform legislation to highlight

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Schumer Says A Wall ‘Ineffective,’ ‘Unnecessary.’ Here’s What He Said In 2009.

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By RYAN SAAVEDRA

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Senator Minority Leader Chuck Schumer complained President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall was “ineffective” and “unnecessary” in a rebuttal speech on Tuesday night, which is the exact opposite of what he said in 2009.

In 2009, Schumer said that hundreds of miles of border fencing made the border “far more secure” because it “created a significant barrier to illegal immigration on our southern land border.”

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GOP Rep Exposes The Sinister Reason Democrats Refuse To Negotiate On Border Wall

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(TeaParty.org) – It is absolutely astounding to watch the Democrats dig their heels in the ground over funding for a border wall when they claim to be all in favor of border security (all of a sudden.)

Are they throwing a temper tantrum and refusing to give Trump this key political victory…or does it go much deeper than that?

Republican Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks thinks he knows the reason why, and when you hear it, you’re likely to agree.

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The Myth That Standard Oil Was a “Predatory Monopoly”

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John D. Rockefeller obsessed over improving efficiency and cutting costs through economies of scale and vertical integration.

By David Weinberger @fee.org

In light of recent calls to enforce antitrust laws against Google, it is worth scrutinizing the argument behind antitrust regulation. As is often the case, these regulatory efforts hurt consumers more than they help.

Consider some history. The Sherman Antitrust Act was passed in 1890 against the backdrop of the nascent Industrial Revolution and the rise of big business in America. The ostensible rationale for antitrust regulation was to protect consumers from the “predatory pricing” of large companies. The theory holds that a company could cut its prices low enough to drive competition out of the marketplace. Then,

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New Documents Suggest The Steele Dossier Was A Deliberate Setup For Trump

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After nearly two years since the Steele dossier was published, it remains the cornerstone of the case for collusion. The dossier model has also given rise to similar operations. By

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A trove of recently released documents sheds further light on the scope and logistics of the information operation designed to sabotage an American election. Players include the press, political operatives from both parties, and law enforcement and intelligence officials. Their instrument was the Steele dossier, first introduced to the American public two years ago.

A collection of reports compiled by

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The Terrible Stink: FBI Treatment of General Flynn

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By Bruce Bialosky at townhall The opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not represent the views of Townhall.com. No matter what your political leanings are, you should be highly concerned about how the FBI misled General Michael Flynn resulting in his taking a plea agreement with Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller for lying to the FBI. Thus, the general agreed to the fact that he committed a felony. All that is highly suspect, and every American citizen should be scared if the judge does not throw this out.After General Flynn’s attorneys claimed that top-tier FBI personnel intentionally misled him about

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Brazil Has an Idea to Fix Rampant Gun Violence: More Guns

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From The Wall Street Journal

SÃO PAULO—Like millions of victims of rampant gun crime in Brazil, Claudio Sotero Júnior is clear about what he wants: his own gun.

His store near São Paulo selling bodybuilding supplements has been robbed at gunpoint six times since he opened it in 2006. Three years ago, the 41-year-old had to give up teaching kickboxing classes to pick up his wife from work every day after gunmen robbed and sexually assaulted her at a bus stop.

If it weren’t for Brazil’s strict firearms legislation, he said, he’d buy a Glock pistol to keep at work, and guns for his wife, sister and parents to defend themselves in what has become the world’s most murderous country.

Brazil racked up

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75 shot:  Chicago police detectives face punishing pace of gun violence in neighborhoods where they are often not trusted or respected

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Deputy Chief of Detectives Brendan Deenihan in his Chicago office on Oct. 24, 2018. (Armando L. Sanchez/Chicago Tribune) Annie Sweeney and Jeremy GornerContact Reporters Chicago Tribune

The detective scanned the empty street where just an hour ago a gathering of people had been sprayed with gunfire on an August evening.

Not much here. Minor details from a single witness. Even less from a reluctant victim.

“The offenders are probably watching us now,” he thought.

As he considered his next move, the detective focused on shell casings scattered nearby.

“Pick them up,” he told himself. “And let’s move onto the next one.”

Given the furious pace of shootings in Chicago and the struggle to solve them,

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