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29 Facts About the Border and Mexican Cartels You Need to Know

Breitbart/Brandon Darby   Breitbart News Network As the debate about the construction of a wall and other border security issues, here are 29 ...

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CNN’s Jim Acosta Accidentally Proves That Walls Work

                        ~ Liberty Planet Last week, President Donald Trump traveled to the southern border in Texas. The same day, CNN White House ...

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Angel Wife Ruth Martin: Democrats Want to ‘Sweep the Loss of American Lives Under the Rug’

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images   Breitbart News Network Angel Wife Ruth Martin said Democrats are “trying to sweep the loss of American lives under ...

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Watch: Joe Manchin Runs From His Vote Against The Wall

POLITICS/teaparty (Big League Politics) – West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin was questioned Thursday on his vote against President Donald Trump’s ...

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 US Scott Morefield | Reporter/Daily Caller Cher urged House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday to let President Donald Trump “have his fkng ...

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Cartoon: Naked Truth

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Trump truth of fake news-who can be trusted?

By Timothy Buchanan at Renew America ABC News – that bastion of honesty and journalistic integrity – is at it again. ...

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Congressional Report Warns Terrorists Have Embedded Themselves in Migrant Caravans

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Border Wall First Big Government-Funded Infrastructure Project Liberals Don’t Like

Michelle Malkin / @michellemalkin / The Daily Signal President Donald Trump holds up a poster of before-and-after photos of a segment of ...

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Michelle Malkin: Border Wall: Monument for the People, Not Pols

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Outside mailers show political side of Pennsylvania budget time


by Andrew Staub at Watchdog

As much as the June budget scramble is about the nitty-gritty of governing, it’s a time ripe for politicking (just check out this calendar of fundraising events as proof).

At least a handful of Republican state lawmakers recently received a reminder of that reality, as a nonprofit tied to the Democratic Governors Association targeted them after last week’s House vote on Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s tax plan.

Glossy mailers began landing in mailboxes over the weekend. They included an accusation that GOP representatives were “putting oil & gas companies over kids” when they voted against legislation that includes a severance tax on the natural gas industry to help fund education.

It was a quick

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State Legislators take action of pension problems


Republican John McGinnis and Democrat Tom Caltagirone are introducing legislation to fix the huge “pension crisis” in Pennsylvania. Please read the memo and actual Bill HB1400 (number can change in the early stage). Both are printed below.



John D McGinnis

Memo with Caltagirone


In the near future, we will be introducing legislation to improve the management standards of the state pension systems, SERS and PSERS.


Our legislation will address specific elements of standards of practice for the selection of board members and their training, including education, licensing requirements, and ethics. It will also establish standards for the selection of investment advisors and counselors by the boards of SERS and PSERS and will avail direction and compliance with the Financial Industry Regulatory

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Legislators can help the homeowner. Will they?


Many of you have heard about “Property Tax Elimination” or HB/SB 76. It has been batted around in PA legislature for over ten years now and soon it will be again up for a vote. In the original form it would have been a tax shift that would have totally eliminated school property tax by raising the sales tax from 6% to 7% and income taxes from 3.07% to 4.34%. This shift would allow the state to completely eliminate school property taxes forever. This bill would eliminate the potential loss of your home due to not being able to pay the taxes and it would free up all that tax money for the homeowner to buy more

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Inside one more sketchy Sharpton-family nonprofit


by Jillian Kay Melchior | Special to

Photo by Andy Kropa / Invision / AP

POWER COUPLE: Activist and television personality Al Sharpton, Jr., and his daughter Dominique Sharpton, 2013.

UPDATED June 2 at 2:44 p.m. Eastern to include a response from Marcus Bright regarding his university teaching positions and additional information from Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

UPDATED June 2 at 2:44 p.m. Eastern to include update from Marcus Bright that the EBA website no longer lists his FIU adjunct position.

UPDATED June 3 at 12:56 p.m. Eastern to include update from Marcus Bright and clarification from university officials.

NEW YORK CITY — Al Sharpton’s daughter Dominique has recently grabbed headlines for her $5 million lawsuit against the City

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DOD Charges Millions at Casinos, Strip Clubs on Govt. Credit Cards


from Judicial Watch

In the latest of many flagrant examples of how tax dollars are wasted, government-issued credit cards were used by Department of Defense (DOD) employees to make more than $4 million in personal charges, including at casinos and strip clubs.

During a one-year period the agency charged 20 million transactions for $3.4 billion on government credit cards, according to a DOD Inspector General report issued this month. About $3.2 million of it was spent at casinos and nearly $1 million on personal expenses, including about $100,000 at strip clubs by 646 card holders. The casino charges were made through 4,437 transactions by 2,636 charge card holders, according to the report which breaks down expenditures by military branch.

The U.S. Air

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Metcalfe Minute — Reports on rejection of Governor’s budget


The Metcalfe Minute

PA State Rep Daryl Metcalfe describes an “Illusion of Relief” because of a PA Governor Wolf tax plan that restructures income, property and sales taxes.

It’s for the Children: After student deaths, union blocking Philly schools’ effort to hire more nurses


by Evan Grossman at

School nurses are a matter of life and death.

In the last few years, there have been two instances of children dying in city schools from situations that some believe could have been prevented if there was a full-time nurse on duty.

Nurses have been especially hard hit by Philly school cuts that have slashed the number of full-time nurses by about a third, from about 300 in 2011 to about 200 in 2014. When Sebastian Gerena, 7, died of a congenital heart defect last year and Laporshia Massey, 12, died after suffering an asthma attack in 2013, the tragedies illuminated one of the district’s most serious needs.

As it looks for ways to increase services for

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The Founders’ Model of Welfare Actually Reduced Poverty


By Thomas West at the Daily Signal

Which approach to welfare policy is better for the poor: that of the Founders or that of today’s welfare state?

The more we spend on the poor, the harder it seems for them to attain decent, productive lives in loving families. The federal government has spent $22 trillion on anti-poverty programs since the beginning of the War on Poverty in 1965, but the poverty rate is nearly the same today as in 1969, fluctuating between roughly 11 and 15 percent over that time period.

As I argue in a new essay on “Poverty and Welfare in the American Founding,”these results are bound to continue unless we rethink welfare policy from the perspective of our

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