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Judges Seated by Trump Begin to Transform ‘9th Circus’

Fred Lucas / @FredLucasWH / The Daily Signal Protesters gather outside the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Seattle on May 15, ...

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Tlaib Said Trump Should Be Deported in 2015

News Commentary By Rusty | Featured Contributor | ThePoliticalInsider Rep. Rashida Tlaib, responding to an article about then-candidate Donald Trump’s proposal to close borders in ...

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Is The Presidency Getting Too Attractive?

If we can reduce the power of the presidency to constitutional levels, it may not be worth the effort for ...

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The Economic Cost of Cuban Socialism

Cuba has a sad history. It traded a regular dictatorship for a communist dictatorship six decades ago, and the results ...

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WaPo Gives Booker Four Pinocchios for Voter Suppression Claim

'The most likely explanation for the loss was that Hillary Clinton was on the ballot' Sen. Cory Booker/ Getty Images Zach ...

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Steve Moore in the Wall Street Journal: Counter Inequality With Private Social Security Accounts

  BY STEVE MOORE AND JEFF YASS/ FREEDOMWORKS Originally Published in The Wall Street Journal by Steve Moore and Jeff Yass on 7/26/19. Democratic presidential candidates ...

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Mexicans Want Illegal Immigrants Deported

                Conservative Zone The previous goodwill of the Mexican people has run its course as criminals and desperately poor migrants from Central ...

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Newspaper defends Baltimore with Orkin rat rating list

Baltimore Sun/GOPUSA   It’s true: Baltimore ranked No. 9 on Orkin’s list of American cities with the worst rat problems in 2018. But so is ...

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Federal Judge Orders Deportation Of DACA Recipient For Smuggling Illegal Aliens

DCwire By Daily Caller/ThePoliticalInsider A federal judge ordered the deportation Monday of a Mexican national living in Laredo, Texas, under the DACA program, ...

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Obama NLRB Wiped Out 4,500 Years of Legal Precedent


Report: 91 decisions overturned without a single Republican vote

BY: /at the Washington Free Beacon


President Barack Obama’s top labor arbiters have overturned a cumulative 4,500 years of legal precedent over the past eight years, according to a new study.

The National Labor Relations Board, an agency that oversees union elections and workplace disputes, has issued numerous new rules that changed longstanding agency practices, as well as issued decisions that overturned decades of precedent.

In all, the board has overturned 91 precedents, wiping out more than 4,000 years of case law—averaging more than 45 years per decision; the agency’s new election rules overturned a combined 454 years of protocol, according to

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Judicial Watch Asks Court to Unseal Videos of Depositions in Hillary Clinton Email Case


From Judicial Watch

News Media Organizations Also on Record Supporting Public Release

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced it filed a motion that seeks to unseal the audiovisual recordings of the depositions of top Clinton aides and State Department officials. The depositions come in connection with a Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit that seeks records about the controversial employment status of Huma Abedin, deputy chief of staff to former Secretary Clinton (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:13-cv-01363)). Judicial Watch argues that “even though the election is over, the news media and the public continue to monitor and follow the proceedings in this case.” A coalition of 19 news media organizations is

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Nanny State of the Week: Baltimore closes in on toy gun ban


By / at

If nannies on the City Council have their way, you can still own guns in Baltimore, just nothing that looks like them.

Council Bill 16-0761, which passed its second round of voting on Nov. 14, would ban the possession of toy or replica guns in Baltimore that could be “reasonably perceived as a firearm.”

Creative Commons/Joe Leoong

A DART BETWEEN THE EYES: This toy gun could be banned in Baltimore if the city’s nannies have their way.

This legislation is in response to police shootings of young boys carrying fake guns perceived as firearms, specifically the non-fatal shooting of

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In Key Decision, DC Court Upholds Fourth Amendment


The District of Columbia Court of Appeals overturned a lower court ruling, enabling Matthew Corrigan to sue for damages regarding unreasonable search and seizure. (Photo: iStock Photos)

Commentary By

David Rosenthal is a visiting legal fellow in the Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at The Heritage Foundation.


The Fourth Amendment is still alive and well, thanks in part to a recent ruling from the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.

In a Nov. 8 opinion, the court overruled a lower court decision and held that an Iraq War veteran, 1st Sgt. Matthew Corrigan,

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Ohio Department of Health Revokes Late-term Abortion Facility’s Operating License



The Department of Health has revoked the facility license for the Women’s Med Center, a late-term abortion facility in Dayton, OH.

By Cheryl Sullenger at Operation Rescue

Dayton, OH – The Ohio Department of Health has revoked the Ambulatory Surgical Center license of the Women’s Med Center, a late-term abortion facility located in Dayton, Ohio, owned by the nationally known late-term abortion pioneer Martin Haskell.

Operation Rescue obtained a copy of the revocation order issued on November 30, 2016, which gives the abortion facility 15 days to halt surgical abortions. The facility also has the right to appeal within 15 days of the order, which the facility has already indicated it will do.


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An Important Victory for Small Business Against the Obama Regulatory State


By Ken Cuccinelli at Freedom Works

Last week, a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction halting the implementation of President Obama’s new overtime regulations. The regulations, previously scheduled to take effect on December 1st are a declaration of war on job flexibility and small employers, imposing new compliance costs and limiting employment arrangements in pursuit of big government social engineering. Given the large costs and dubious benefits, the Obama administration’s justifications for these massive, expensive, meddling regulations were always suspect as policy matter, but now a federal judge has agreed with the 21 states challenging the regulations and recognized them as probably illegal as well.

Under current Department of Labor (DoL) rules, salaried workers with certain types of job

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Senators Already Plotting New DREAMer Amnesty Bill


FAIR’s Legislative Update: Tuesday • December 06, 2016

Senators Already Plotting New DREAMer Amnesty Bill Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Illegal Alien Detention Case Three Contenders Emerge for DHS Secretary Former DHS Secretary Napolitano Vows to Shield Illegal Alien Students Border Patrol Chief: Agents are Functioning as Childcare Providers Senators Already Plotting New DREAMer Amnesty Bill

Several Gang of Eight senators are already plotting legislation for the new Congress to grant amnesty.

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Illegal Alien Detention Case

The Obama administration urged the Court to reverse the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals’ determination that thousands of illegal aliens who have been held for deportation for

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Internet Censorship in US and Europe Is Coordinated


By Daily Bell Staff – from the Daily Bell

The EU Is Warning American Tech Giants to Crack Down on Hate Speech Now … “They will have to act quickly and make a strong effort in the coming months.” U.S. tech giants including Facebook, Twitter, Google’s YouTube and Microsoft will have to act faster to tackle online hate speech or face laws forcing them to do so, the European Commission said on Sunday. -Reuters

Western governments are censoring speech in Europe and the US, an obvious pattern that clearly shows coordination.

In the US, there is a congressional effort to fund intel agencies that will investigate alternative media for ties to Russian propaganda. Such investigations , if they occur, will

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