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Nancy Pelosi: ‘Securing Our Border is Part of’‘Our Oath We Take To Protect and Defend Our People’

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Jan. 9, 2019 (Getty Images/Win McNamee)

(CNSNews.com) – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D.-Calif.) told reporters at the U.S. Capitol yesterday after meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House that securing the U.S. border is required by the oath of office taken by members of Congress.

In the next sentence of her briefing with reporters, Pelosi said President Trump “stomped out” of his meeting with her and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D.-N.Y.) because she told Trump she would not support building a wall at the border.

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Federal Agencies Cut Over $16 Billion in Regulations in 2018

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Federal agencies eliminated over $16 billion in regulations in 2018. Eleven agencies saved taxpayers almost $8 billion by getting rid of old rules, many of which were from the Obama administration, according to analysis by the American Action Forum.

“For the first time since the American Action Forum (AAF) began tracking final regulations published in the Federal Register (going back to 2005), federal agencies published net regulatory cost savings

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The Facts Show the US Actually Had a Pretty Good Year in 2018

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For all the media hysteria, the U.S. was relatively calm in 2018 compared with the rest of the world. (Photo: Shealah Craighead/ZUMA Press/Newscom)

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Victor Davis Hanson is a classicist and historian at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and author of the book “The Second World Wars: How the First Global Conflict Was Fought and Won.” You can reach him by e-mailing authorvdh@gmail.com.

The year 2018 will be deplored by pundits as a bad year of more unpredictable Donald Trump, headlined by wild stock market gyrations, the melodramas

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Blue States Earn ‘F’ on Fiscal Health Report Card

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Nine Democrat-controlled states have earned “F” grades on the new 2018 Financial State of the States report. The worst of the worst include New Jersey, Connecticut, and Illinois.

Government watchdog group Truth in Accounting just released its ninth annual Financial State of the States report grading each state on its financial policies and stability.

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List: Americans Killed By Illegals Since Trump Took Office

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(Big League Politics) – I began this piece with the intention of listing all of the Americans who have been killed by illegal aliens since President Donald J. Trump took office, but quickly ran into a problem. There is no comprehensive record anywhere. The most complete list is provided by the Ohio Jobs, Justice and People Against Corruption, run by Steve Salvi, who has a memorial page for Americans slain by illegals.

When I reached out to Salvi to see if he had a PDF or some other comprehensive list of names that perhaps had not made it up on his site yet, he said the following:

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California to Purge 1.5 Million Inactive Voter Registrations

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L.A. County has a registration rate of 112 percent of its citizen population

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California and Los Angeles County have agreed to purge as many as 1.5 million inactive voter registrations across the state as part of a court settlement finalized this week with Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog.

Judicial Watch sued the county and state voter-registration agencies, arguing that the California government was not complying with a federal law requiring the removal of inactive registrations that remain after two general elections, or two to four years.

Inactive voter registrations, for the most part, occur when voters move to another country or

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Drug Traffickers Exploit Haiti While Amassing $10 Billion Under U.S. Scrutiny

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Haiti officials and elites have been making headlines for years when it comes to drug trafficking, but what happens when $10 billion dollars becomes a bit of a problem? COREY LYNN — Freedom Outpost

Haiti officials and elites have been making headlines for years when it comes to drug trafficking, but what happens when $10 billion dollars becomes a bit of a problem? How do you launder and conceal $10 billion dollars without drawing attention, especially when investments in the Caribbean Islands and Central America have already been saturated by drug money? What makes an already bad situation worse? The impact the drug traffickers have on the people of Haiti is absolutely dire. While

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‘She’s Not From The Bronx! She’s A Fraud!’ – High School Classmates Rat Out Ocasio-Cortez’s Wealthy Up-Bringing

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New York Democratic Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has come under fire for claiming to be a “girl from the Bronx” when she actually grew up in a wealthy suburb in upstate New York.

And now it appears that she may have gone by a completely different name when she was in high school.

In an exclusive to The Gateway Pundit, old yearbook photographs of Ocasio-Cortez not only show that she went to a fancy high school, she also appears to have gone by a different name.

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