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Restoring Military Readiness Will Take Time and Money

The branches are struggling with old equipment and too few, too mediocre recruits. Can Trump fix it? By Todd Johnson · ...

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Libs Freak Over Trump “S***hole” Comment, African Sociologist Says He’s Right

BY V SAXENA /Conservative Tribune Though the entire left responded with exasperation to a report that President Donald Trump allegedly used the term “s**thole” to describe some ...

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Left unsuccessful in stopping Trump tornado

By Sher Zieve at Renew America In order to complete and be successful in their plans to turn the USA ...

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FAIR's Top 5 - Groups in Mexico Push to Reclaim California

Untitled Document 1. Groups in Mexico Push to Reclaim California, End Hidalgo Treaty As open borders lobbyists push for an amnesty by ...

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ONAN COCA /Godfather Politics. It wasn’t the right thing to say, if he said it. But how in the world has this ...

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PA Democrat Introduces 'Stable Genius Act' in Response to Trump Tweet

WILLIAM VAILLANCOURT | IJR Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-PA) on Tuesday introduced an act requiring presidential candidates to undergo a medical examination ...

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The FBI Wants to Put You at Risk To Make Its Job Easier

    By Joe Jarvis - at The Daily Bell The FBI doesn’t like encryption. They are concerned that they cannot properly investigate criminals. Often ...

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The Left Is Politicizing Sexual Assault

They sought women who would accuse Trump of sexual misconduct and promised them cash. By the Political Editors ·  at The Patriot ...

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Leftist arrogance: why liberals need to look down on conservatives

  By Selwyn Duke at Renew America Did you ever wish you could buy liberals for what you know they're worth ...

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How 'fake news' threatens constitutional liberty

  By Alan Keyes at Renew America In a Politico article published last month, Jason Schwartz asserts: Authoritarian rulers across the ...

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Trump’s Border Wall Would Use 0.034% of Federal Spending


By Terence P. Jeffrey | CNSNews

Construction of border fencing in El Paso, Texas. (U.S. Customs and Border Enforcement photo)

( – President Donald Trump’s current border wall proposal would cost $18 billion over the next ten years, according to an estimate U.S. Customs and Border Protection sent to members of Congress last week.

“The Trump administration is asking Congress for nearly $18 billion to construct more than 700 miles of new and replacement barriers along the Southwest border, its most detailed description yet of the president’s vision of a wall separating the U.S. from Mexico,” the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.

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Sen. Cruz Introduces Legislation to Make Tax Cuts Permanent


Without legislation, individual tax cuts would expire in 2025


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BY: /Washington Free Beacon

Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) has introduced a bill that would make the individual tax cuts included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act permanent.

Before the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed into law, there were seven tax brackets: 10, 15, 25, 28, 33, 35, and 39.6 percent rates. The tax reform legislation cut those rates to 10, 12, 22, 24, 32, 35, and 37 percent.

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Report: Obama Lost 16k Manufacturing Jobs in 2016, Trump Gained 171k in 2017


President Trump is making manufacturing great again, and he has 171,000 reasons to prove it.

That’s the number of manufacturing jobs the United States added in the first year of Donald Trump’s administration, compared to a loss of 16,000 in the last year of the Obama administration.

“Factories nationwide have added 171,000 jobs so far in 2017 — a rebound from the previous year when factories shed 16,000 jobs,” a December article from NPR, always known for it’s inveterate fairness to the Trump administration, read.

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Law Enforcement Backs Sessions’s Ending of Hands-Off Approach to Marijuana


Cite car accidents, opioid epidemic, rule of law as reasons for support

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BY: / the Washington Free Beacon

Law enforcement and prosecutor organizations gave their support to Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s Thursday decision to rescind Obama-era guidance which discouraged prosecutors from enforcing the federal laws against marijuana in states which had legalized the drug.

Sessions’s guidance most prominently overturned a 2013 memo from then-Deputy Attorney General James M. Cole, often referred to as the “Cole memo.” Issued in the wake of marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington state, the memo instructed

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The ROTC Cadets Who Escorted Trump Onto the Field Enjoyed the Game From His Private Box



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Monday proved to be a jam-packed day for President Donald Trump. First, he addressed the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

Then, he ventured to Atlanta for the College Football Playoff National Championship. At the game, he was escorted onto the field for the national anthem by six ROTC cadets.

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President Trump Stands For National Anthem At College Football Championship, Crowd Roars With Approval


By Rusty | Featured Contributor |

The Political Insider Leading by example … Gotta love it!

President Trump entered the college football national championship game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Alabama Crimson Tide, then continued to stand while the National Anthem was performed by the Zac Brown Band.

The crowd definitively roared their approval for the President.

“President Trump took the field for the National Anthem ahead of Monday night’s college football championship game,” Real Clear Politics reported. “Trump was greeted with a roar at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz stadium, the home of NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.”

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Judges slap down demand that Christians promote abortion


Baltimore requirement raised




After several years of various courts forcing Christian pregnancy centers and counseling groups to promote abortion – even though it violates their faith – it appears the tide is turning.

The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Friday struck down a Baltimore ordinance that required pregnancy centers to post “notices that conspicuously state in English and Spanish that they do not provide nor refer women for abortions or birth control services.”

The appeals court found that the ordinance violates the free speech clause of the First Amendment.

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This teacher asked about raises at a school board meeting — and got arrested for it


A Louisiana middle school teacher was arrested after being ruled “out of order” for asking a question at a school board meeting. She had asked the superintendent how he justified accepting a salary raise while teachers dealt with increased class sizes with no additional compensation. (Image source: KATC-TV video screenshot)

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A middle school teacher was arrested and put in city jail after questioning the salary of the district superintendent at a school board meeting Monday night.

Deyshia Hargrave, an English teacher at Rene Rost Middle School in Kaplan, Louisiana, asked the superintendent how he justified accepting a salary raise while teachers dealt with increased class sizes with no additional compensation. The question was asked during the public comments section

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