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Firm Fires Dem Lobbyist Indicted for Embezzlement and Misusing Autism Charity Funds

Former Dem staffer indicted on mail and wire fraud, money laundering charges Getty Images BY: Susan Crabtree/  the Washington Free Beacon Former Rep. Jerry Weller ...

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MSNBC Pushes Story on Moore Past, Didn’t Know Mall Manager Would Come Forward

BY BENJAMIN ARIE /Conservative Tribune Senate candidate Roy Moore is facing an uphill battle against a growing scandal, and the line between rumors ...

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EXCLUSIVE – Ultimatum: Roy Moore Gives Gloria Allred 48 Hours to Release Yearbook, Demands Evidence Be Preserved

Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images, Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/AP Photo by AARON KLEIN/at Breitbart Birmingham, ALABAMA — An attorney for senatorial candidate Roy Moore has given ...

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Franken Hypocrisy and Objectification of Women

The Democrat senator was photographed groping a woman. What if we had known before he was elected? By Nate Jackson · at ...

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Florida Democratic Party Chief Steps Down Amid Reports of Harassment

Stephen Bittel / YouTube BY: Paul Crookston /  the Washington Free Beacon. The head of the Florida Democratic Party announced Friday that he is stepping ...

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Innocent Americans Are Being Squeezed by Local Authorities. Here’s How Congress Can Bring Reform.

Jason Snead / @jasonwsnead / The Daily Signal Between 2001 and 2014, law enforcement officials seized more than $2.5 billion from 62,000 people ...

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Video: GOP Senator Toomey Absolutely Destroys Democrat Lies About Tax Reform Bill

By Martin Walsh /Western Journal With many Democrats claiming the the GOP’s tax overhaul will not help all Americans, Republican Sen. Pat Toomey ...

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13 Republicans Vote ‘No’ as House Passes Tax Reform 227-205

By Terence P. Jeffrey | cnsnews House Speaker Paul Ryan (Screen Capture) ( - Thirteen Republicans broke with their party leadership and voted “no” ...

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In 1 Chart, the Differences Between the House and Senate Tax Reform Bills

Adam Michel / @adamnmichel / The Daily Signal House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and House Speaker Paul Ryan congratulate each other while celebrating the ...

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Border Patrol Chief: Trump’s Support Has ‘Definitely Had a Positive Effect’

Carla Provost / Wikimedia Commons BY: Paul Crookston / the Washington Free Beacon. Acting Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost said Tuesday that President Donald Trump's ...

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Judicial tyrants strike blow against Cliven Bundy


Larry Klayman decries judge’s action on jury selection in rancher’s trial

By Larry Klayman at Renew America

In the years, months, and days before the signing of the Declaration of Independence in my native city of Philadelphia, on July 4, 1776, King George III, having issued one unjust if not illegal edict after another, having unfairly prosecuted a number of key American colonialists, having severely taxed the people and having attempted to seize the firearms of the citizenry so they could not rise up and challenge his will, invidiously took the criminal justice system back to the Court of King James, depriving the colonies of their own justice system. These were among the primary reasons our Founding Father’s and their colonies

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What do sociopaths and leftists have in common?


By Linda Goudsmit at Renew America

Sociopaths and Leftists share a common behavior trait – projection – accusing someone else of doing exactly what you are doing yourself. The crucial difference between sociopaths and Leftists is that Leftist projection is conscious and sociopathic projection is unconscious. The sociopath has a personality disorder that manifests itself in extreme antisocial attitudes and behavior and a lack of conscience. Let’s compare and contrast the nature of psychological projection with political projection.

Sigmund Freud described psychological projection as the defensive mechanism of denying in oneself the existence of unpleasant behavior while attributing that exact behavior to others. (“Case Histories II, PFL 9, p.32) Accusing someone else of lying when in fact you are the liar is

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The Politics of Hatred


Sen. Rand Paul is recovering from a blindside attack by his neighbor. Was it politically motivated?

By Political Editors · at The Patriot Post/

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) was attacked from behind by his neighbor as he was mowing his own lawn (think about that for a minute) in Bowling Green, Kentucky, last Friday. “Senator Paul was blindsided and the victim of an assault. The assailant was arrested and it is now a matter for the police,” said Kelsey Cooper, Sen. Paul’s communications director. Paul suffered five broken ribs, including three displaced fractures. Clearly, that wasn’t very neighborly. And as details slowly emerge, it was worse than that.

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When Gunmen Strike, You’re on Your Own



Here is an often-used tactic to defend government police organizations from criticism. Whenever critics point out abusive tactics of police officers, defenders counter with: “And yet you won’t refuse police help the next time there’s a robber in your house!” This, we are told, illustrates that all police critics are “hypocrites.”

This has always been a dishonest tactic, of course, since “consumers” of police “services” are forced to pay for the local monopoly police force, and have no other options. Government police forces have monopolized the marketplace and crowded out many private security services. Thus, calling the police to scare off some robbers on one’s property is no more hypocritical than a critic of the local

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Bringing Back Virtue


Review: ‘The Republic of Virtue: How We Tried to Ban Corruption, Failed, and What We Can Do About It’ by F.H. Buckley

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America, writes George Mason law professor F.H. Buckley, is rife with corruption. His analysis finds the United States notably more corrupt than similar parliamentary countries. This is quite to the contrary of the framers’ original design of the constitution, which, Buckley argues, was meant to check British corruption. How their vision worked, where it went wrong, and how we could update it for the 21st century is the focus of Buckley’s latest book, The Republic of

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The Federalist Papers 230 years Later


The utility of what Jefferson called “the best commentary on the principles of government … ever written.”

By Todd Johnson · at The Patriot Post/

This week marks the 230th anniversary of the first essay in what would later be known as The Federalist Papers. Federalist No. 1, penned under the pseudonym “Publius” (later identified as Alexander Hamilton), was the first salvo launched by Hamilton and his two compatriots, John Jay and James Madison, to convince the New York delegation to ratify the U.S. Constitution.

Considered by many legal scholars and historians to be the premier documents for understanding the original intent of the Constitution, The Federalist Papers are truly cornerstones of the republic. Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration

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Why This State Lawmaker Wants the State and Local Tax Deduction Repealed


“You know what I am really excited about?” Pennsylvania state Rep. Seth Grove says. “The fact that the federal government is just talking about giving money back to its people.” (Photo: Ingram Publishing/Newscom)

Repealing the state and local tax deduction on federal income taxes is critical to boosting the economy, a state lawmaker from Pennsylvania says.

“I think if you look at the general principle of tax reform, it is not for more spending in government. It is actually to incentivize our economy and grow our economy,” state Rep. Seth Grove, R-Dover Township, said Monday at a tax reform discussion at The Heritage Foundation, adding:

As a state legislator [whose state]

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The Monthly Report – November 2017


Senate Appropriations Committee Report November 2017 Committee Website View Report Online

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2017-18 Budget Completed Four Months into Fiscal Year as Revenues Keep Pace

The General Assembly and the Administration finalized the legislative pieces necessary to complete the fiscal year 2017-18 budget. The enacted legislation includes a Tax Code bill (Act 43 of 2017) that authorizes the securitization of up to $1.5 billion in tobacco settlement payments to help close the one-time deficit carried over from fiscal year 2016-17. Despite having express authority to securitize a portion of the tobacco settlement payments, the Administration has been sending mixed signals by moving forward with a

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