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UPDATE: FEC Records Show DNC Issued Checks to CrowdStrike Day After Murder of Seth Rich, Shawn Lucas

by Alicia Powe /The Gateway Pundit Federal Election Commission records show that CrowdStrike, an FBI contractor and private cyber security firm, received ...

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Mueller Must Be Stopped for Everyone’s Sake

~ American Liberty Report After over a year of a so-called “independent” investigation, it is time for anyone who cares about ...

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People Calling For Obama’s Immediate Arrest After He Was Caught Breaking Federal Law Overseas

ByTinker Belle/Daily Headlines It has been a longstanding tradition that the former and current president of the United States work together ...

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No. 1: NYC Public Schools Spent $24,109 Per Pupil; But 72% Not Proficient in Reading, 72% Not Proficient in Math

Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks at a public school. (Screen Capture) By Terence P. Jeffrey | cnsnews (CNSNews.com) - The New York City public ...

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School Can Force Students to Share Bathrooms With Transgender Students, Federal Court Rules

Rachel del Guidice / @LRacheldG /  The Daily Signal “One day when I was in school, I walked into the bathroom and immediately ...

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Barletta Votes to End Crushing Regulation of Pennsylvania Community Banks and Credit Unions

Barletta Votes to End Crushing Regulation of Pennsylvania Community Banks and Credit Unions   WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Lou Barletta (PA-11) voted ...

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Will Independents Be Able to Vote in Pennsylvania Primaries?--CAP

Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania Will Independents Be Able to Vote in Pennsylvania Primaries? On Monday the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, ...

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Barletta Presses Education Secretary DeVos on Securing America’s Schools and the Importance of Afterschool Programs

Barletta Presses Education Secretary DeVos on Securing America’s Schools and the Importance of Afterschool Programs Barletta speaking with Secretary DeVos last ...

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'It's Not a Gun-Law Issue': 18-Year-Old Tells Texas Gov That Shooting Is About More Than Firearms

JENNI FINK | IJR Monica Bracknell, an 18-year-old who knew one of the teachers killed during the shooting at Santa Fe High School, told Gov. Greg ...

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The Mass Shooting in Australia You Aren’t Hearing About

~ American Liberty Report Between the wild international news in Israel, Iran and North Korea, it’s easy to miss other international ...

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A Look Inside 4 Important Goals of the LGBT Movement

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By Kelsey Harkness / /at The Daily Signal

Sarah McBride, national spokesperson for the Human Rights Campaign, takes the stage on the final night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. McBride is the first transgender individual to speak at a national convention of a major political party. (Photo: Reuters/Mike Segar/Newscom)

Kelsey Harkness is a senior news producer at The Daily Signal.

 

PHILADELPHIA—Despite being proud of advances they’ve made during eight years under President Barack Obama, leaders of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender movement say they still have work to do.

“The future of the LGBT movement hinges largely on the outcome of this election,” Kevin Jennings, executive director of the Arcus Foundation, said at a

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Criminal Aliens Released by the Department of Homeland Security–See the video of Congressional Hearing

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Ever wonder what they mean by “enemies foreign and domestic?” Hear is a good view on domestic enemies!

Watch Congressman Jason Chaffetz hammer this issue dealing with the Obama Administration’s release of Criminal Illegals back into the public.

 

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Let’s Roll: Why Standing Up to a Terrorist Is Your Best Self-Defense

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By Glen Butler /at The Daily Signal

Students training for a license to carry a concealed weapon practice shooting drills in Chino, Calif. (Photo: Jebb Harris/ZUMA Press/Newscom)

Glen Butler is a U.S. Marine from Virginia. The opinions expressed here are his personal views.

After the carnage like we’ve witnessed in American cities such as San Bernardino and Orlando, and more recently in Europe, the national conversation tends to shift temporarily back toward gun control legislation and how to best protect ourselves in the homeland from future terrorist attacks.

On 9/11, Todd Beamer’s simple “Let’s roll” directive inspired his fellow United Airlines Flight 93 passengers, and now stands as enduring testament to real American grit.

Sadly, however, what is always absent from these

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Blair County Republican Committee announces–“War on Guns dinner”

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The Blair County Republican Committee announces its

War on Guns dinner with author and world-renown gun law expert John Lott, Jr. Monday, Sept. 12th at 6:00 Eldolyn Terrace Banquet Hall, Altoona (up the road from Eat n Park) What they are saying about John Lott, Jr:

“John Lott is the most dogged, intellectually credible, academic defender of the right to keep and bear arms in the United States today. He is also the chief beast in the night to the gun control crowd. His works are must reading for those of us on the front lines in these debates. The War on Guns is his best work yet. In it, the reader will find well-documented all the data, statistics, practical, legal,

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Raising Minimum Starting Wages to $15 per Hour Would Eliminate Seven Million Jobs

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By James Sherk at The Daily Signal/Heritage Foundation

James Sherk Research Fellow, Labor Economics Center for Data Analysis

 

Prominent Members of Congress have proposed raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour, more than doubling the federal minimum wage. States with lower costs of living would see an even greater real increase. At the state level, the minimum wage would cover one-third of wage and salary workers. The new minimum-wage legislation, including payroll taxes and the employer mandate, would increase the minimum cost of hiring a full-time worker to $18.61 per hour.

Businesses would respond to these higher labor costs by reducing employment of affected workers by over one-sixth, thus eliminating approximately seven million full-time-equivalent (FTE) jobs by 2021.

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Give me a D, for disunity

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By Robert Romano at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government

So, Ted Cruz showed up at the Republican National Convention, refused to endorse Donald Trump — and got summarily booed off the stage.

Fast forward just a few days, and Bernie Sanders spoke to his supporters at the Democratic National Convention during afternoon proceedings on Monday, endorsed Hillary Clinton — and got loudly booed.

So, which party really has a unity problem?

Donald Trump walks away from the Cleveland convention, with #NeverTrump defeated, and his party united. He even got a bump in the polls, and now leads nationally against Hillary Clinton.

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How Other Nations Stop US From Deporting Criminal Illegal Immigrants

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Thousands of illegal immigrants with criminal convictions have been released from custody because they can’t be repatriated to their home countries. (Photo: Peggy Peattie/ZUMA Press/Newscom)

 

 

Susanna Ruth Makinson can blame a lot of things for why her then-husband was shot dead eight years ago while patrolling the streets of Fort Myers, Florida, the first time since 1930 a police officer had been gunned down in the city.

That’s because, in a distant way out of her—and his—control, Andrew Widman’s death felt preventable; his killer, Abel Arango, was an illegal immigrant and convicted felon who was released from detention because his native Cuba wouldn’t take

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67 percent of federal judges will be Democrat by the end of Hillary’s first term

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By Robert Romano at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government

Thinking of staying home this November? Don’t think it will matter? Still sore over the primary?

Consider these disquieting facts. Since 1952, U.S. presidents have nominated and had confirmed an average of 163 federal judges, including 1.6 Supreme Court Justices, every 4 years.

Of the 853 currently seated federal judges according to data compiled by the Federal Judicial Center, the current partisan composition of the federal courts including district and circuit courts of appeals is 54 percent to 46 percent in favor of Democrats.

113 out of 165 oldest judges currently on the courts born on or before 1946 were appointed by Republicans. Meaning, if the 165 average

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