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Roger Stone Associate Held in Contempt for Refusing to Testify in Mueller Probe

                      ~ American Liberty Report Andrew Miller, the former aide to Roger Stone, has been held in contempt by a federal judge ...

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The double standard of justice in the U.S. is risking the collapse of the entire system

By Printus LeBlanc at the Daily Torch The political world is waiting with bated breath for the outcome of Paul Manafort’s trial. The former one-time ...

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WHY LIBERAL DEMOCRATS ARE WALKING AWAY FROM PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRATS TO JOIN THE PARTY OF LINCOLN

 PAUL DOWLING /godfatherpolitics “Liberalism . . . is based on the conception of civil society as by and large ...

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FUSION GPS FOUNDER SHARED ‘FALSE STORY’ ABOUT GOP LAWYER IN MEETING WITH DOJ’S BRUCE OHR

Chuck Ross | Reporter/dailycaller Notes taken by Department of Justice official Bruce Ohr show that Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson ...

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ANOTHER JUSTICE RESIGNS AS LAWMAKERS IMPEACH THE ENTIRE WEST VIRGINIA SUPREME COURT

Kevin Daley | Supreme Court Reporter/dailycaller Justice Robin Jean Davis resigned in disgrace from the West Virginia Supreme Court of ...

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Man Claimed to Cross Border With His 'Daughter' — Now He's Facing Felony Charges for Raping Her

SAM DORMAN | IJR Spencer Platt The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced on Tuesday that a man is facing several felony charges after ...

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Immigrants Using Nearly 60 Percent More Food Stamps than Native Born Americans

AP/DAMIANDO VARGANS  John Binder/Breitbart News Network Illegal and legal immigrants are using nearly 60 percent more U.S. taxpayer-funded food stamps than native ...

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GROTESQUE: U.S. government cannibalizing babies so mice can live

By Bryan Fischer at Renew America Follow me on Twitter: @BryanJFischer, on Facebook at "Focal Point" Host of "Focal Point" on American ...

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Jeff Sessions completely discredits SPLC

By Bryan Fischer at Renew America Follow me on Twitter: @BryanJFischer, on Facebook at "Focal Point" Host of "Focal Point" on American ...

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Cognitive dissonance and the lazy eye

By Linda Goudsmit at Renew America A lazy eye, technically amblyopia, is a childhood disorder of sight in which each eye ...

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East Penn Superintendent and Treasurer present flawed budget…

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But it still passed 8-1.

You read right, even though the school district has two policies stating the budget have at least 5% of the total budget as a reserve, that would be $7,000,000 in a $141 million dollar budget for this coming year, the administration presented a budget that was short of the required reserve funds, and 8 members of the board voted to support it anyway. Only one board member, Ms. Donches, voted against this budget.

The same board members who approved this budget, also voted to allow Superintendent Schilder to cut 10% of his principles budgets. This 10% directly funds items relating to student education and safety. Again only one board member, Ms. Donches, voted against these cuts to the

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How Law Enforcement Can Take Your Stuff, Explained in 2 Minutes

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from the Daily Signal

Through a procedure called civil asset forfeiture, local, state and federal law enforcement officials have the power to seize property and money if it’s suspected of being related to a crime. In many cases, though, the property owner is never charged with a crime, and a trend has emerged of local and state law enforcement using civil asset forfeiture to raise additional money.

 

 

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Muller strikes again, forcing yet another unnecessary County showdown

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What is it with Lehigh County Executive Tom Muller? Also known as Mr. Pinocchio and why does he insist on ramming through last minute demands on the Lehigh County Commissioners (LCC)? His latest demand to the County Commissioners is that they vote to approve his decision to award Good Shepherd the contract to manage Cedarbrook Nursing Home.

On the face of it this it may seem like a reasonable choice, but if you attended the Commissioners meeting last night (6/10/15) you would have heard the Commissioners side of the story and it is quite different from Executive Muller’s position.

It all started months ago when it was decided a change of the management team currently handling Cedarbrook was needed, and ended last night

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Metcalfe Minute — Reports on rejection of Governor’s budget

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The Metcalfe Minute

PA State Rep Daryl Metcalfe describes an “Illusion of Relief” because of a PA Governor Wolf tax plan that restructures income, property and sales taxes.

It’s for the Children: After student deaths, union blocking Philly schools’ effort to hire more nurses

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by Evan Grossman at Watchdog.org

School nurses are a matter of life and death.

In the last few years, there have been two instances of children dying in city schools from situations that some believe could have been prevented if there was a full-time nurse on duty.

Nurses have been especially hard hit by Philly school cuts that have slashed the number of full-time nurses by about a third, from about 300 in 2011 to about 200 in 2014. When Sebastian Gerena, 7, died of a congenital heart defect last year and Laporshia Massey, 12, died after suffering an asthma attack in 2013, the tragedies illuminated one of the district’s most serious needs.

As it looks for ways to increase services for

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The Founders’ Model of Welfare Actually Reduced Poverty

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By Thomas West at the Daily Signal

Which approach to welfare policy is better for the poor: that of the Founders or that of today’s welfare state?

The more we spend on the poor, the harder it seems for them to attain decent, productive lives in loving families. The federal government has spent $22 trillion on anti-poverty programs since the beginning of the War on Poverty in 1965, but the poverty rate is nearly the same today as in 1969, fluctuating between roughly 11 and 15 percent over that time period.

As I argue in a new essay on “Poverty and Welfare in the American Founding,”these results are bound to continue unless we rethink welfare policy from the perspective of our

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ISIS Seized 2,300 U.S. Armored Humvees, Possibly Worth 1 Billion Dollars

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by Ben Swann at Truth in Media

Mosul, Iraq- When ISIS fighters seized the Iraqi city of Mosul in 2014, with the city came over 2,300 U.S. military armored humvees. That, according to Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

In an interview with state run Al Iraqiya television, the Prime Minister admitted “In the collapse of Mosul, we lost a lot of weapons… We lost 2,300 Humvees in Mosul alone.”

This issue is nothing new to Truth in Media. Months ago in our Origins of ISIS report, we explained how thousands of armored military vehicles left by the U.S. military in Iraq, had been seized by ISIS fighters.

In that report we explain, “One of the most important facts that mainstream media ignores time

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Obama’s loaded gun on trade

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by Robert Romano at Net Right Daily and Americans for Limited Government

If 2016 does not work out the way every one hopes, Republicans will have nobody to blame but themselves.

Votes in favor of trade authority for President Barack Obama and the Trans-Pacific Partnership will be albatrosses around the necks of Republican Senators and Congressmen in 2016 — while Democrats will be able to say they voted against it.

Republican Rust Belt Senate seats in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin are all already being jeopardized thanks to votes by Senators Rob Portman (R-Ohio), Mark Kirk (R-Ill.), Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.), Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) in favor of the deal.

A recent poll by

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