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Anti-Trump Democrat Sen. Diane Feinstein Wants You to Brush Off the Fact She Employed a Chinese Spy for the Last 20 Years

                    Patriotic Viral News Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is a current member of the Senate Intelligence Committee and she served as the ...

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Expert: 170 Registered Voters in Ohio’s 12th District Listed as Over 116 Years Old

AP Photo/John Minchillo  by Eric Eggers/Breitbart News Network Republican Troy Balderson clings to a narrow margin in last night’s special election for ...

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Voter Fraud? 670 Ballots Cast in Georgia Precinct with Only 270 Registered Voters

Written by Warner Todd Huston/eaglerising Remember how liberals keep insisting that there is no such thing as vote fraud? Well, ...

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Tax cut ‘crumbs?’ 700 examples of how the Trump tax cuts are benefiting Americans

by Jay Baker/personalliberty Despite what collectivist politicians and their economically illiterate sycophants say, tax cuts are good policy no matter who is ...

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The Blue Wave

By Rich Shuker   What is the blue wave? That depends on who you’re listening to. If you listen to the lying ...

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Police Blamed for Defiant Actions of Black Criminals

By D Jolly/Great American Politics.  - Thanks to the racist policies of Barack Obama, it appears that police are no longer allowed to ...

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Press Release from Americans for Limited Government--Sessions

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is right on DACA, only Congress can repeal a law by press at Americans for Limited Government/   Aug. 6, 2018, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for ...

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Labor Shortage ‘Single Biggest' Problem for Small Businesses as Record 37% Report Unfilled Jobs

By Craig Bannister | cnsnews Small business owners grapple with labor shortage (Screenshot). A record percentage of small firms have unfilled jobs, the July jobs ...

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Unions Feel the Pain after SCOTUS Decision Stops the Flood of Cash

ANDREW FORCIER | IJR The greatest fears of public employee unions are beginning to be realized. In the wake of the Supreme Court's Janus ...

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Trey Kovacs: Pa. workers deserve freedom from forced union representation

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“Nuclear option” not really so explosive


By Robert Meyer at Renew America

Neal Gorsuch has been approved by majority vote to fill the vacant seat for the ninth Justice for the SCOTUS. His confirmation was by a 54-45 margin. Much has and will continue to be made out of Senate leadership enacting the so-called “nuclear option,” which allows for candidates to be approved with less than the super majority of 60 votes.

But the idea that this action is “historic” is a complete farce. Two sitting SCOTUS members Clarence Thomas (52-48 in 1991) and Samuel Alito (58-42 in 2006), were added to the court with “yeah” votes accumulating to less than 60.

Supreme Court nominations have become completely ideological since the rejection of Robert Bork in 1987,

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Labor Spent $1.7 Billion on Politics in 2016, Mostly for Dems


Trump still won 43 percent of union households

BY: /the Washington Free Beacon.

Bill McMorris is a staff writer for the Washington Free Beacon.

Union members and activists protest President Donald Trump’s former Labor secretary nominee, Andy Puzder / Getty Images


Organized labor spent a record $1.7 billion on politics and lobbying during the 2016 election cycle, with the vast majority of money coming from member dues and supporting Democrats.

The National Institute for Labor Relations Research (NILRR), a nonprofit union watchdog, found that unions spent $1.713 billion on political activities and lobbying. The watchdog group analyzed federal labor filings that disclose how much unions spend on political activities

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Arizona Dem Took Contributions From Owner of Site Linked to Underage Prostitution


Owners began increasing political contributions to Democrats when legal troubles piled up (Updated)

BY: l/the Washington Free Beacon.

Joe Schoffstall is a staff writer for the Washington Free Beacon.

Arizona Democrat David Garcia / AP

David Garcia, a Democratic candidate for governor in Arizona, accepted campaign contributions from the owner of a website that is tied to underage trafficking and prostitution.

Michael G. Lacey, who in 2012 sold his newspaper holdings and spun off the classified ad website into its own entity, has given $162,000 in contributions to a number of Democratic politicians at the state and federal levels since legal problems against the site began to mount, the Arizona Republic

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U.S. Veteran stands trial for displaying American flag


LVC Note: The Veteran was just found not guilty at trial. We will bring that story to you shortly.

By Stanley Zir at Renew America

“While we may never be able to repay the debt we owe to our military, we must ensure they do not serve in vain. That is why, “We the People,” the recipients of their valor, are duty-bound to consecrate their lives with our eternal pledge to protect the Constitution,the foundation upon which our Free Republic stands. Only then can we continue to enjoy their hard-won and our guaranteed freedoms.” This travesty of justice demands our full attention Make your voices heard

A Veteran our Flag and Our Rule of Law will stand trail on April 18th

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Leftists Detest Patriotism


An NBC sports writer complains that flags and the national anthem are injecting politics into the game.

By Lewis Morris · at The Patriot Post/

NBC Sports writer Craig Calcaterra stirred a hornet’s nest this past weekend when he took to Twitter to complain about the injection of politics in sports. “Will you keep politics out of sports, please. We like sports to be politics-free.” By which he meant the American flag and national anthem, because he tweeted it with a picture of the Atlanta Braves’ new stadium during the national anthem.

Calcaterra followed up his tweet with an essay on the NBC Sports website in which he claimed that the presence of American flags and patriotic imagery in sports is

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Dem Rep. Emanuel Cleaver Paid Former Staffer’s Firm $2.2 Million From Campaign Funds


Identified as an adviser to Cleaver years after leaving his congressional office

BY: /the Washington Free Beacon.

Joe Schoffstall is a staff writer for the Washington Free Beacon.

Emanuel Cleaver / Getty Images

A former staffer to Democratic Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (Mo.), who later was identified as an adviser to the congressman, has been paid $2.2 million from Cleaver’s campaign funds.

Phil Scaglia, a former staffer to Cleaver, pocketed millions of dollars from Cleaver for Congress, the congressman’s campaign committee, between 2004 and 2016.

Scaglia, who worked as a chief of staff to former Rep. Karen McCarthy (D., Mo.) from 2000 to 2003, incorporated Powerful Performance Solutions, Inc. in July 2013,

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Swing State Election Worker Charged With Illegally Changing Records To Allow Felons to Vote


BY: / the Washington Free Beacon.

Joe Schoffstall is a staff writer for the Washington Free Beacon.

Voters in North Carolina / Getty Images

A North Carolina election worker has been charged with illegally altering voter records so hundreds of felons could vote, The News and Observer reports.

Joy Yvette Wilkerson, a former temporary election worker in Granville County, N.C., accessed voter registration records and restored the active voting status of 250 convicted felons in the county. The activity, which was initially discovered by the Granville County Board of Elections last June, is a felony.

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Here Are 6 Reasons to Lower the Corporate Tax Rate Immediately


By Timothy Doescher /and Karl Keyzer-Andre /at The Daily Signal

Timothy Doescher is a research associate at The Heritage Foundation.

Karl Keyzer-Andre is a member of the Young Leaders Program at The Heritage Foundation.

The U.S. corporate tax rate stands at 39.1 percent, whereas the average among Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development countries is 25 percent. (Photo: iStock Photos)

At close to 40 percent when including state rates, the U.S. corporate tax rate is one of the highest in the world.

By comparison, the average corporate tax rate among nations in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development stands at 25 percent.

Politicians and pundits often talk about companies moving operations to more friendly corporate tax countries, and they are right

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