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CNN: Now the Central Nazi Network Thanks to Company President Jeff Zucker

By TONY ELLIOTT —Freedom Outpost Watching CNN's crack journalists interview people is more like viewing an old time WWE interview with the likes ...

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Pennsylvania Residents Protest Romanian Immigrants ‘Defecating and Killing Chickens’ in Public

by JEROME HUDSON/Breitbart News Network A group of reportedly undocumented Romanian immigrants have caused controversy for residents in a Pennsylvania town, who ...

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From the Lehigh Valley Project 9/12 Tea Party

  Have You Had Enough of the anti-Trump GOP Establishment Yet?   It’s time to fight back.   The GOP establishment is in lockstep with ...

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Surprise! New Study Shows 92% of Liberal Activists Still Live with Their Parents

Written by Keely Sharp/ EagleRising.com I say “surprise” with very much sarcasm. A new report confirms exactly what we already believed to be ...

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Social Security Trust Funds to Be Depleted in 17 Years

In 2022, cost of program will begin to exceed revenue Social Security Administration Acting Commissioner Nancy Berryhill / Getty Images BY: Ali Meyer / the ...

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Joe Donnelly Increased Investment in Family Business After Shift to Mexican Labor

Indiana Democrat, an outsourcing critic, has seen greater earnings in recent years Sen. Joe Donnelly / Getty Images BY: Brent Scher  /the Washington ...

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The One Sentence That Explains Washington Dysfunction

Column: The political class never expected Donald Trump to become president Donald Trump gives his acceptance speech at his election night ...

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The Lehigh Valley Project 9/12 Tea Party Second Amendment Committee's News Letter

    Lehigh Valley Project 9/12 Tea Party Second Amendment Committee News Letter     2A Newsletter   Pennsylvania court sides with man in 4-year fight for ...

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Cop Deaths Skyrocket 30%

BY KATRINA/Conservative Tribune   The constant negative narrative against American police officers in mainstream media and the rise of the Black Lives Matter ...

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NRA's Colion Noir Has One Heck of a Message for Black Lives Matter

LVC Editors Note;  please be sure to view Colion's video at the end of this article. By Erika Haas at Townhall | Dana Loesch had ...

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Barletta Leads Hearing to Reduce Waste in Federal Real Estate, Save Taxpayer Dollars

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Barletta Leads Hearing to Reduce Waste in Federal Real Estate, Save Taxpayer Dollars

Says Streamlining Excess Federal Property Disposal Process Would Benefit Pittsburgh, Suggests Path Forward for FBI Headquarters

WASHINGTON – Congressman Lou Barletta (PA-11) today led a hearing examining ways to save taxpayers billions of dollars by implementing legislation to streamline the disposal of excess federal real estate. TheFederal Assets Sale and Transfer Act (FASTA), which was signed into law in December 2016, creates a six-year pilot program to sell up to $8 billion worth of underutilized and vacant federal properties to create the best value for taxpayers.

During the hearing, Barletta discussed with Kevin Acklin, Chief of Staff for Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto, how

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Mike’s Memo

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Welcome to “Mike’s Memo,” an update on what’s happening in the 48th Legislative District, the State Capitol, and the progress of my legislative priorities. If you haven’t done so already, please take a few moments to visit my website atwww.senatorfolmer.com to learn more about issues that may affect you and your family.

Week of July 17, 2017

Bills Pass Senate, Go to House for Further Consideration All bills passed unanimously unless otherwise noted. Senate Bill 6 – (40-9) changes welfare benefit eligibility (Public Assistance Integrity Act); Senate Bill 172 – (45-3) allows a PennDOT pilot program for speed cameras in active work zones on certain highways; Senate Bill 403 – changes

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Weekly Session Wrap-Up

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In this Edition: Property Tax Exclusion Measure Now Goes to PA Voters Bill Creating Independent Inspector General Sent to Governor Senate Approves New Protections for Domestic Violence Victims Bills sent to Governor for Enactment into Law Bills Approved by the Senate and sent to the House of Representatives Committee Roundup Up Next Property Tax Exclusion Measure Now Goes to PA Voters

The Senate’s passage of a proposed constitutional amendment on Tuesday moves Pennsylvania closer to providing a way for local governments to eliminate residential school property taxes through a homestead exemption.

Currently, the Pennsylvania Constitution allows local taxing authorities to exclude from taxation up to 50 percent of the median assessed value of homestead property within the taxing district. House

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Two Approaches to the Budget, and Neither Work for Taxpayers

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July 12, 2017

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Inside this issue • Two Approaches to the Budget, and Neither Work for Taxpayers Two Approaches to the Budget, and Neither Work for Taxpayers On Monday, Governor Wolf allowed the state budget to become law without his signature despite the fact that the budget didn’t balance. The budget passed by the House and Senate spends more than the Treasury is likely to collect.

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Ryan’s Report

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Welcome to Ryan’s Report, my weekly e-newsletter. This week we celebrated our nation’s independence on the Fourth of July, and I hope you had a safe and enjoyable celebration with your friends and family.

I was honored to have the opportunity to speak at the Revolutionary Soldiers Cemetery in East Vincent Township about patriotism, civic duty, and the importance of civility. I also provided a brief narration on Pennsylvania’s Dr. Benjamin Rush (1746 – 1813), who was a signatory of the Declaration of Independence and a member of the Second Continental Congress, as well as Mr. Everett Wilson (1924 – 2017) who was an East Vincent Township Supervisor. Each of these public servants remind us how we can help move America forward by

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Trump Administration Signals Intent to ‘Load Up’ Gitmo with Newly Captured Jihadists

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U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration has signaled that it plans to “load up” the U.S. military prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, with newly captured “bad dudes” linked to the Taliban, al-Qaeda, the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) and other Islamic terrorists and their affiliates.

President Trump vowed to “load [Guantánamo] up with some bad dudes” before being inaugurated, and U.S. Attorney General (AG) Jeff Sessions has been an ardent supporter of that pledge.

Last Friday, Sessions, his deputy Rod Rosenstein, and U.S. Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Dan Coats visited the Guantánamo, commonly known as Gitmo, facility.

According to Ian Prior, a

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Trump Gives Important Military Backing to Taiwan

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The U.S. recently announced a big arms sale of $1.4 billion to Taiwan. (Photo: Tyrone Siu/Reuters/Newscom)

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Dean Cheng brings detailed knowledge of China’s military and space capabilities to bear as The Heritage Foundation’s research fellow on Chinese political and security affairs. Read his research.

While much of the focus of President Donald Trump’s G-20 summit had to do with Europe, his trip could have big implications for Asia as well.

The escalating tensions with North Korea, and the lack of demonstrable Chinese efforts in curbing North Korean efforts, are likely to be a continuing topic of conversations between Trump and President Xi Jinping

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Report: Medicaid Reduces Health Care Access and Recipients May Receive Worse Quality Care

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Administrative burdens such as long wait times for reimbursement can also reduce access

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BY: /the Washington Free Beacon Ali Meyer is a staff writer with the Washington Free Beacon covering economic issues that expose government waste, fraud, and abuse.

Medicaid has been shown to reduce access to health care and recipients of the program may receive worse care in comparison to those with private insurance, according to a report from the Heritage Foundation.

According to the data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for

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