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Dem Congresswoman’s Chief of Staff Resigns Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

Brenda Lawrence / Getty Images BY: Jack Heretik /  the Washington Free Beacon. Democratic Rep. Brenda Lawrence's (Mich.) chief of staff has resigned following allegations ...

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Democrat Congressman Accused By 10 Women Of Sexual Harassment Claims He’s The Victim

"(He began) describing different sexual acts that we could do, and I turned him down. And the more I turned ...

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Congresswoman Just Revealed That 2 Current Reps Sexually Harassed Women in Their Office

VICTORIA TAFT |  IJR   Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) dropped a Harvey Weinstein-like bomb on Congress on Tuesday. The congresswoman recently started the Twitter hashtag #MeTooCongress to get information ...

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Mitch McConnell Calls for Ethics Investigation of Senator Bob Menendez

By Jim E |  The Political Insider Today is not a good day for Senate Democrats. First, allegations of sexual misconduct were lodged against Minnesota senator ...

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As Sexual Assault Gains Attention, the Left’s Silence on Bob Menendez Is Deafening

Michelle Malkin / @michellemalkin /The Daily Signal  Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., is on trial for 18 counts of bribery. (Photo: Bill Clark/CQ Roll ...

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Alabama GOP stands behind Moore: 'Alabamians will be the ultimate jury'

© Getty Images BY MALLORY SHELBOURNE/The Hill The Alabama Republican Party said Thursday that it is standing with GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore, despite mounting ...

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ROY MOORE: ‘THEY’RE TRYING TO SILENCE CHRISTIAN CONSERVATIVES LIKE ME’

KEELY SHARP/Godfather Politics GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore has been accused of sexual harassment. However, it’s extremely coincidental, and Moore denies ...

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80 MINUTES V. 2 MINUTES OF MEDIA COVERAGE

D JOLLY/ GREATAMERICANPOLITICS.COM I recently mentioned the difference in media coverage concerning mass shootings in Texas over the same weekend. For a ...

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Analysis: Senate Tax Plan Would Create 925,000 New Jobs, Increase GDP By 3.7%

Sen. Orrin Hatch says proposal would give a family of four a tax cut of $1,400 Getty Images BY: Ali Meyer / the Washington Free ...

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Done the right way, tax reform is a game-changer

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From the Archives–Local Shorts – November 2016

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From the November 2016 Archives LOCAL SHORTS

 

HARRISBURG: Governor Tom Wolf pushed the Transgender Bathroom Bills in Harrisburg. It had bi-partisan support and opposition. Many citizens rose up to oppose these measures, led by the group “Protect My Privacy.” The pressure became so great that the politicians pulled out an old trick—they split up the bills trying to get them passed piecemeal. Thus far it has not worked. Citizen demonstrations and visits to the legislators has had an effect. Not only will these bills harm our wives, daughters, and grandchildren’s privacy in the bathroom, but they also include showers and other accommodations (rooms on trips) and may kill women’s athletics. Stay tuned to this.

SCHOOL REAL ESTATE TAXES PART 1: Last

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Are you really free to raise your children? Think again.

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Normal people would think that parents have a say about how they raise their children. That would be a normal person’s thought, but not how the government thinks. Have you heard any horror stories about how public social service agents have taken custody of children totally against the will of the parents or guardians?

The “Kids for Cash” scandal is a worst case example of abuse by government “officials”.

Almost everywhere children go, school, church, scouts, etc.. they are exposed to some authority figure telling them to report any sexual, mental, or physical abuse that a parent, family member, or even stranger may be inflicting on them. Depending on the child’s age and mental maturity this could

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