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Labor union spent millions of dollars backing liberal campaigns in 2018 Getty Images BY: Brent Scher /  Washington Free Beacon A bank owned by the SEIU ...

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Powerful House Democrats’ Bloc Linked to International Communist Movement

  Ben Sellers  /libertyheadlines ‘The Congressional Progressive Caucus is by far the largest and most influential coalition in the federal government…’ IMAGE: Congressional ...

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Emmaus/East Penn School District   Dear Editor of the Lehigh Valley Commentator,   I am happy to write this letter to inform the Lehigh ...

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Justice Department Sued For Docs On Obama DOJ's Efforts To Shut Down Clinton Foundation Investigation

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Mexico’s New President Quickly Signs Legislation Aimed at Shutting Down Migrant Caravans

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Media Hides Story of Obama’s Careless Treatment of Migrants at the Border

                  American Liberty Report The mainstream media continues to attack President Trump for praising border security’s use of tear gas to enforce border security. ...

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The Silent Motive of Educators

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The Silent Motive of Educators

 

Avant-garde public school educators, committed to supporting controversial transgender and other untraditional activities, are using the Department of Education’s 1972 Title IX sex discrimination law to distract attention from their classroom lessons, according to author and former educator Joe David.

 

In his satirical novel and published play, Teacher of the Year, the author playfully exposes this practice by taking the reader into the mind of a teacher who uses misinformation and provocative lessons to redefine the role of an educator. “To understand what is really happening to children,” David said, “parents must look beyond the smoke screen, which sex education programs have become, and examine

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Mueller’s legal terrorism threatens a free press

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By Cliff Kincaid at Renew America

President Trump’s failure to fire Russia-gate prosecutor Robert Mueller has resulted in pro-Trump journalist Jerome Corsi facing financial ruin and imprisonment as a result of Mueller’s tactics of legal terrorism. But Corsi has now made a smart move, hiring combative attorney Larry Klayman to take the fight to Mueller. Klayman may save Corsi from a frivolous prosecution, but he can’t save Trump from Mueller or impeachment.

It appears that Corsi made some of his own mistakes by associating with controversial characters such as Roger Stone and Alex Jones and perhaps attempting contact with Julian Assange of WikiLeaks. Assange was a one-time host of a Russian propaganda television show whose interviews included the

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Conservative writer Jerome Corsi rejects potential Mueller plea deal

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By Alex Pappas | Fox News

Reports: Corsi says he won’t accept a plea deal from Mueller

Conservative writer Jerome Corsi, an associate of Trump confidant Roger Stone, had previously confirmed he was in plea negotiations with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team.

Conservative author Jerome Corsi revealed Monday he plans to reject a potential deal with Special Counsel Robert Mueller to plead guilty to perjury.

Corsi detailed his plans in an email to The Associated Press and statements to other news outlets.

“They can put me in prison the rest of my life,” Corsi told CNN. “I am not going to sign a lie.”

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SCHOOL FAILURE: Poll Shows Millennials Think Obama Greater Than George Washington, America Never Great

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If this does not prove that our schools are not just a massive failure, but an actual enemy to the American way of life, a new poll finds that millennials think Obama is greater than George Washington and that America has never been great. These are the lies our failed schools are teaching our kids.

This poll proves that by sending your kids to government schools, you are training them to hate the U.S.A.

Kids in our anti-American schools are being trained to hate this country and are being indoctrinated in extreme, left-wing, lies.

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Violent Criminal Migrants Attack U.S. Border Agents En Masse

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More than 500 migrants recently attacked the U.S. Border Patrol to gain access into the United States illegally.

The massive assault on American law enforcement officials had reportedly been in the works for weeks. The display of criminal conspiracy within the so-called caravan perched outside the U.S. southern border is a clear demonstration of why Pres. Donald J. Trump was correct to send military support to repel the aggressive horde.

Despite the propaganda being pushed by fake news outlets that the 10,000-strong migrant caravans are comprised of kindly women and children seeking haven in the U.S., nothing could be further from the truth. The hordes are overwhelmingly populated by young men from Central

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Walter Williams: Black Education: What Makes Sense?

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By Walter E. Williams | cnsnews

Detroit public elementary students (Screenshot)

What do you think of the proposition that no black youngsters should be saved from educational rot until all can be saved? Black people cannot afford to accept such a proposition. Actions by the education establishment, black and white liberal politicians, and some civil rights organizations appear to support the proposition. Let’s look at it with the help of some data developed by my friend and colleague Dr. Thomas Sowell.

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Suit: Oregon Unions Restrict Resignation

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Workers’ class action suit seeks to end withdrawal limits

Members of the SEIU hold a rally / Getty Images

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Oregon workers are asking a federal court to do away with policies that limit their ability to cut financial ties with labor unions.

In June, the Supreme Court ruled in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees that government agencies could no longer force their employees to pay union dues or fees as a condition of employment. Workers in Oregon, however, say that union contracts and policies have limited their ability to exercise those rights. The suit says that Service Employees

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The Unseen Economic Benefits of Brexit

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Our focus on the immediate costs of EU departure risks blinding us to the very real costs of maintaining the status quo.

By Madeline Grant @fee.org

 

In a now-famous essay, “What is Seen and What Is Not Seen,” the great economist Frederic Bastiat warned against judging the value of any activity in a vacuum.

Bastiat’s “broken window fallacy” brilliantly exposes a common tendency to focus on the visible, tangible benefits of an action—the “seen”—while neglecting the “unseen” penalties and long-term drawbacks associated with the same activity—the invisible cost of opportunities foregone.

Though he wrote the essay in 19th-century France, Bastiat’s insights have a timeless wisdom. We live with the consequences of reductive “broken window” thinking every day,

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