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Glorida Allred Admits She Doesn’t Know if Roy Moore Signed Accuser’s Yearbook

By Jim E | The Political Insider Oh, Gloria Allred, never change. The famed attorney has jumped into the fray, involving herself in the ongoing ...

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Roy Moore Enemy Comes Forward, Says Sex Charges Are Complete Bust

BY MARTIN WALSH /Conservative Tribune While the mainstream media has run wild with reports accusing Republican Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore of ...

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Palin: People Don’t Sexually Harass Me Because They ‘Know That I’m Probably Packing’

BY: Cameron Cawthorne /  the Washington Free Beacon Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R.) on Thursday condemned sexual harassment in the workplace and said ...

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Who wrote the Roy Moore dossier?

By Cliff Kincaid at Renew America The so-called Trump Dossier, financed by the Hillary campaign and provided by the KGB ...

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EXCLUSIVE – Roy Moore: Gloria Allred’s Refusal to Release Yearbook Proves Allegations Are ‘Completely Untrue’

by AARON KLEIN/Breitbart News Network Birmingham, ALABAMA — Attorney and activist Gloria Allred’s repeated refusal to immediately release to the custody of ...

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Attacking Judge Moore's morality is a dirty leftist trick

By Lloyd Marcus at Renew America Black Christian Conservative Republican Lloyd Marcus here. I call upon all my fellow Christians ...

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State Rep Justin Simmons --Nov.17th Report

  Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact The Weekly Roundup Friday, November 17, 2017  The latest news from the State Capitol State Grants Awarded for Road ...

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The Rich Are on the Move

Democrat-controlled states are chasing the wealthy out by continuously raising income tax rates. By Thomas Gallatin · at The Patriot Post/https://patriotpost.us/articles/52422 Democrats ...

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The Trouble With Higher Education

To sum it up, the 10-1 disparity between leftist and conservative academics is a huge problem. By Lewis Morris · at ...

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School Director tells the PSBA how it should be!

  Dear Editor, This is a response to the Pennsylvania School Board Association (PSBA).   Give us your advice for new school directors The ...

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Franken Hypocrisy and Objectification of Women

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The Democrat senator was photographed groping a woman. What if we had known before he was elected?

By Nate Jackson · at The Patriot Post/ https://patriotpost.us/articles/52487

Another day, another accusation of sexual assault. This time, it’s Democrat Comedian Senator Al Franken in the crosshairs — and on camera. Radio talker Leeann Tweeden finally had enough of Franken’s hypocrisy on the subject and told her story. On a 2006 USO Tour to entertain U.S. troops in the Middle East, she says Franken tried to push her to kiss him for a skit, and, when she wouldn’t, he finally “came at me, put his hand on the back of my head, mashed his lips against mine and aggressively stuck his tongue in my mouth.” She

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Florida Democratic Party Chief Steps Down Amid Reports of Harassment

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BY: / the Washington Free Beacon.

The head of the Florida Democratic Party announced Friday that he is stepping down following multiple allegations of demeaning behavior toward women.

Chairman of the Florida Democratic Party Stephen Bittel faced accusations of misconduct from six former staffers and consultants, all of whom said, on condition of anonymity, that Bittel created an unprofessional work environment. The women described in a Politico report that Bittel leered at them, made inappropriate comments, and would invite women onto his private plane. In response, the Democratic Party chief was led to apologize and announce his resignation.

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

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Between 2001 and 2014, law enforcement officials seized more than $2.5 billion from 62,000 people in a series of roadside, warrantless seizures that resulted in no indictments. (Photo: iStock Photos)

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Jason Snead is a policy analyst in The Heritage Foundation’s Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies. Read his research.

Civil asset forfeiture is facing renewed pressure for reform from members in Congress concerned about its abuse, and the Justice Department appears to be pushing back—hard.

Last week, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein penned a lengthy panegyric to the controversial practice, calling it

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

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With many Democrats claiming the the GOP’s tax overhaul will not help all Americans, Republican Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania looked to set the record straight.

During a Senate Finance Committee hearing Wednesday, Toomey asked Thomas Barthold of the Joint Committee on Taxation a series of questions about whether the Senate’s tax plan would have any impact on Medicaid and Medicare, as some have suggested.

“Let’s get some clarification, because we’ve heard quite some extraordinary comments from the other side. Mr. Barthold, can you tell me where in the bill is the text that disqualifies people from Medicaid?” Toomey asked.

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

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By Terence P. Jeffrey | cnsnews

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(CNSNews.com) – Thirteen Republicans broke with their party leadership and voted “no” as the House voted 227-205 to pass a tax reform bill. No Democrats voted for the bill.

Rep. Tom McClintock (R.-Calif.) argued, as did other Republican dissenters, that the bill would actually increase federal taxes on some middle-class households.

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12 of the no votes will have a tax increase, it appears they don’t want to pay their fair share.

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

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House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and House Speaker Paul Ryan congratulate each other while celebrating the House passing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. (Photo: Chris Kleponis – CNP/Sipa USA/Newscom)

The House has now passed its version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The Senate is still working on the final details of its reform package. The Senate plan improves on the House bill in many places and misses important opportunities elsewhere. Here are the differences you need to know about:

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

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BY: / the Washington Free Beacon.

Acting Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost said Tuesday that President Donald Trump’s emphasis on border security has boosted morale within the agency.

Speaking on Politico’s “Women Rule” podcast, Provost, the first female head of the Border Patrol, said the benefits of Trump’s support have extended to agents of all backgrounds. Journalist Amanda Ripley asked specifically whether Trump’s focus on the border, beefing up the Border Patrol, and building a border wall mattered to agents.

“Yes, I would say it’s definitely had a positive effect,” Provost said. “When I’ve gone out and spoken with

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An ICE Agent Got Shot 3 Times in Mexico. Now, He’s Looking for Justice.

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ICE agent Victor Avila was severely wounded, and his partner killed, during a mission in a Zetas-dominated territory in Mexico. (Photo: Bruce Chambers/Zuma Press/Newscom)

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Michelle Malkin is the senior editor of Conservative Review. She is a New York Times best-selling author and a FOX News Channel contributor.

“Betrayed.”

Victor Avila is a survivor. Soft-spoken but iron-willed, he dedicated his life to law enforcement and to his country.

Yet, the feds are now fighting tooth and nail to bury the full truth about the 2011 ambush by Los Zetas drug cartel thugs in Mexico that left him gravely wounded

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