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Policy expert sounds the alarm on growing assault on private property

  By Tom DeWeese at Renew America Tom DeWeese, recognized expert on private property rights, has released a new book entitled Sustainable: ...

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The Cultural Shift Against Free Speech

Social media has changed the way American think about First Amendment issues. By Brian Mark Weber · at The Patriot Post/https://patriotpost.us/articles/56048 At ...

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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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Wasserman Schultz Calls Five Million Americans 'Terrorists'

"The NRA is kind of just shy of a terrorist organization," she contemptuously declared. By Nate Jackson · at The Patriot ...

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Senator Murphy Demonstrates Why Gun-Control Advocates Are Mistrusted

GOPUSA Staff Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut released this statement on Twitter today: Let’s call it like it is: the ...

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Gov. Cuomo demands Trump, Congress ‘DO SOMETHING’ in aftermath of Texas HS shooting

File Photo - (AP Photo/Mike Groll)   New York Daily News/GOP USA ALBANY — Declaring that enough should be enough, Gov. Cuomo ...

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Trump Uncovers WIDESPREAD Corruption, 63 BILLION Taxpayer Money Disappeared Overseas…

                By Staff Editor/independent minutes     When Preident Trump took office in 2017 he made the express promise to drain the swamp. that means ...

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Promise Kept--Jerusalem Embassy Opens for Business

The opening coincides with the 70th anniversary of the creation of Israel in 1948. By Nate Jackson · at the Patriot ...

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'Animals': The Leftmedia's Latest BIG Lie

The mainstream media is exposed for spinning a narrative to paint Trump as a racist. By Thomas Gallatin · at The ...

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Seattle Proves that Government is Always the Problem – Never the Solution

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LaVoy Finnicum’s message from the grave

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LaVoy Finicum A Message of Liberty from Beyond the Grave

Union Chief Hammers ‘Bottom-Feeding’ Labor Groups for Opposing Oil Pipeline

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BY: /the Washington Free Beacon

Lachlan Markay is a staff writer for the Washington Free Beacon.

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Laborers Union president calls out anti-pipeline unions, environmentalist ‘thugs’

The president of a major labor union sent a blistering letter to its members on Wednesday calling out other unions, dubbing them “bottom-feeding organizations” for their opposition to a controversial oil pipeline project.

There are more than 1,100 members of the Laborers International Union of North America (LIUNA) working construction jobs on the Dakota Access pipeline, wrote Terry O’Sullivan, the union’s president.

The pipeline has drawn opposition from environmentalists and Native American tribes in North Dakota, and intense, occasionally

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American Journalist’s “Conspiracy Theories” about Syria Proven as Fact 2 Years after she was killed

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By TIM BROWN/at FreedomOutpost

Tim Brown is an author and Editor at FreedomOutpost.com, SonsOfLibertyMedia.com,GunsInTheNews.com and TheWashingtonStandard.com.

Nearly a year ago, Luke Rudkowski of We Are Changereminded us that it had been a year since journalist for Press TV Serena Shim was apparently murdered for exposing the Turkish government’s assistance of ISIS. However, what Shim had been reporting on concerning Turkey and Syria was dubbed as a “conspiracy theory” by many, but has now been proven to be factual.

Just to remind everyone about Ms. Shim, take a look at the video produced by Rudkowski.

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State Senate approves resolution calling on feds to reverse detrimental floodplain regulations

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For Immediate Release

October 26, 2016

State Senate approves resolution calling on feds to reverse detrimental floodplain regulations

HARRISBURG – The Senate of Pennsylvania overwhelmingly voted to call on the President and Congress to review the federal floodplain management standards that were instituted by executive order in January 2015.

 

Senate Resolution 421, sponsored by Senator David G. Argall (R-Schuylkill/Berks), is in response to local redevelopment efforts that are hamstrung due to the new federal standards.

 

As a result of the changes to the federal standards, development proposals competing for housing tax credits through the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency are at a distinct disadvantage when located within a designated floodplain.

 

“These new floodplain standards, while well-intentioned,

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Frankenpension Should Frighten Taxpayers

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Frankenpension Should Frighten Taxpayers

A House and Senate conference committee is taking another shot at pension reform. In keeping with the Halloween spirit, they have resurrected their hybrid pension proposal one more time in an attempt to achieve “pension reform” by decree.

Unfortunately, this over-engineered proposal with many exempted employee groups will likely offer insignificant savings when measured in today’s dollars and by itself will do nothing to address the ever-increasing unfunded liability. The “everything will be fine” 30-year scenario touted by some, should be tempered by others who reference the risk of plan insolvency occurring over the next 15 to 20 years.

In fact, CAP continues to seek a single example in the

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Petri Bill Updates Residency Rules for Philadelphia Parking Authority Board

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Representative Scott Petri 178th District Pennsylvania House of Representatives Media Contact: Donna Pinkham

717.260.6452

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 26, 2016

Petri Bill Updates Residency Rules for Philadelphia Parking Authority Board

HARRISBURG – Legislation sponsored by Rep. Scott Petri (R-Bucks) to modify the structure of the Philadelphia Parking Authority Board is on its way to becoming law.

 

House Bill 1998 softens residency requirements for the board, allowing representation from suburban counties provided the resident has a business in Philadelphia. The bill stipulates that all members must be residents of the county, or work or maintain a business in the city.

 

“While it is possible that all members will still reside in the city, my

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WAGNER RECORDING FEE LEGISLATION HEADS TO GOVERNOR’S DESK

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Senator Scott Wagner

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 27, 2016

 

WAGNER RECORDING FEE LEGISLATION HEADS TO GOVERNOR’S DESK

 

HARRISBURG – The legislature has given final approval to Senator Scott Wagner’s (R-York) Senate Bill 1282, which clarifies how a county Recorder of Deeds may charge fees for the recording of amendments to declarations of condominiums, cooperatives, and planned communities.

 

SB 1282 addresses an issue that has arisen with Recorders of Deeds choosing to assess per parcel fees, rather than a single fee for an association to file an amendment.

 

“We have associations seeing sudden increases of thousands of dollars in unjustified recording fees. In one county, an association was charged nearly $13,000 for filing a six-page amendment,” stated Wagner.

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Weekly Session Wrap-Up–Senator Bob Mensch’s Report

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In this Edition: Legislation Combatting Opioid Addiction Crisis Set for Enactment Pension Reform Effort Again Comes Up Short Mensch Provides Testimony on his Performance Based Budget, Specialty Tier Prescription Drug Bills Mensch Bill Honoring Army Specialist Ray Ira Haas, First Lieutenant William R. Gendebien Gains Final Approval Veterans, Emergency Responder Bills Sent to Governor Bills Boosting Government Reform, Accountability Gain Final Approval Bill will Provide More Convenience for Alcohol Sales Bill Authorizing Transportation Network Companies Gains Final Approval Economic Development, Community Improvement Bills Set for Enactment Legislature Approves Public Safety, Firearms Measures Education Bills Gain Final Approval Six Health, Insurance Bills Await Enactment into Law Appropriations Committee Round-Up Up Next Legislation Combatting Opioid Addiction Crisis Set for Enactment

The Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved

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