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ADP Services Reports Largest Number of New Manufacturing Jobs in History – 40,000 New Manufacturing Jobs in November

Guest post by Joe Hoft/The Gateway Pundit Payroll company ADP reported the largest monthly increase in manufacturing jobs ever in their history for November! Charles ...

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Letter Writer Warns of Pitfalls with Traffic Cameras

  Dear Concerned Drivers: If you think speed cameras are a good thing, think again: Headlines from Maryland's Speed Camera Program. This will ...

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Big City Dem Wants Bulletproof Glass Banned for Being Racist

BY STEVEN BEYER /Conservative Tribune We now live in a world where almost anyone and everything can and will be labelled “racist.” Some ...

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Barletta: America Must Work Aggressively to Combat Terror

Barletta: America Must Work Aggressively to Combat Terror   WASHINGTON – Congressman Lou Barletta (PA-11), a member of the House Committee on ...

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Slippery Rock University Receives Grant to Train Veterans to be Teachers, Bernstine Says

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 11, 2017   Slippery Rock University Receives Grant to Train Veterans to be Teachers, Bernstine Says HARRISBURG – State Rep. Aaron ...

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MSNBC Dem Gets AXED From Day Job for Bombshell Allegations

 Trump Train News Source: Huffington Post by: Yashar Ali By Detroit Regional Chamber from Detroit, MI, United States [CC BY 2.0 ...

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Flashback: Democrats Didn’t Mind Rep. Gerry Studds Preying On Teen Boys

By Ann/at The Political Insider There’s been a lot of hullabaloo over Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore and his alleged sexual relationships with teenage girls in the 1970s, and ...

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House Settled Lawsuit After Meeks Fired Staffer Who Reported Sexual Assault Related To Donor

DCwire By Daily Caller Luke Rosiak /THE POLITICAL INSIDER The Office of House Employment Counsel brokered a settlement in 2006 over allegations that Rep. ...

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Dem Rep’s Former Campaign Aide Pleads Guilty to Paying Opponent to Drop Out of 2012 Primary

Rep. Robert Brady (D., Pa.) speaks during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. / Getty Images BY: Katelyn Caralle/ the Washington Free ...

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Jail for Fla. Rep. Who Blasted Feds for Investigating Her Instead of Orlando Terrorist

From Judicial Watch The disgraced Florida congresswoman who suggested federal agents could have prevented the Orlando terrorist attack if they weren’t ...

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From Russia with Love

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By Robert Romano at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government

 

The last thing the Hillary Clinton campaign can want to talk about in the middle of her convention is whether Russia has all of her deleted classified emails from her private server she was never supposed to have. The one she almost got indicted over.

Yet, that is precisely the narrative Democrats’ gambit to blame the Democratic National Committee (DNC) leaked emails on Russia — and Donald Trump — has caused.

For days, Democrat officials have accused Trump of colluding with the Russians on the DNC emails which appeared on Wikileaks.com over the weekend. Even of committing illegal espionage by appearing at a press conference. First Amendment, anyone

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Why a “Dollar” Should Only Be a Name for a Unit of Gold

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By at Mises.org

Prior to 1933, the name “dollar” was used to refer to a unit of gold that had a weight of 23.22 grains. Since there are 480 grains in one ounce, this means that the name dollar also stood for 0.048 ounce of gold. This in turn, means that one ounce of gold referred to $20.67.

Now, $20.67 is not the price of one ounce of gold in terms of dollars as popular thinking has it, for there is no such entity as a dollar. Dollar is just a name for 0.048 ounce of gold. On this, Rothbard wrote,

No one prints dollars on the purely free market because

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$800,000 in State Funding Announced for SHINE After School Program in 14th Senate District

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The Luzerne County Legislative Delegation recently announced that the new state budget invests $400,000 in state funding in the SHINE After School Program of Luzerne County at Wilkes University. The Carbon-Schuylkill SHINE program will also receive $400,000 in funding.

The Carbon-Schuylkill SHINE program has been in operation over the past ten years and is the model followed by the Luzerne County SHINE program. The success of the Carbon-Schuylkill SHINE program provides a solid foundation for the Luzerne County SHINE program.

SHINE is an evidence based, data driven program dedicated to improving academic performance, empowering families and developing a 21st century workforce. The SHINE After School Program of Luzerne County at Wilkes University was spearheaded by State Senator John Yudichak and Congressman Lou

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Letter to the Editor on DNC

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Dear Editor and Friends, What a great Republican speech by the imposters at the DNC, talking like, sounding like republicans. The sad thing is they have not governed for the last 8 years like people who love their constitution, their rhetoric towards the real threats our country is facing makes one think all is well. The truth is you can paint pretty pictures, anyone can say anything but at the end of the day the real litmus test is what have you done. The truth is what Hillarry Clinton and the Democrats have done over the last 8 years has not been good for America. We have no hope and all that we have left in our pockets is change. Unemployment,

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Feds confirm higher-than-expected Medicaid expansion costs

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By / at Watchdog.org

Six years after the 2010 health care overhaul became law, Florida has yet to embrace one of the law’s core features: Medicaid expansion.

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EXPANSION: The costs of expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act are more expensive than previously expected.

Citing exorbitant costs, among other reasons, Republican Gov. Rick Scott and legislative leaders have resisted federal funding temptations to expand the joint federal-state health insurance program.

It’s no small feat. Turning away an estimated $17 billion in “free” funding, to-date, has come amid intense public pressure.

Newspaper editorial boards, public interest groups and others have expressed strong moral sentiments for

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Head of Hungary Comes Out for Trump

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by Martin Armstrong at Armstrong Economics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With terrorism raging in Europe, Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary came out and publicly stated that the anti-terrorism proposals of Donald Trump make him the better option for Europe and Hungary. More and more people I talk to in Europe are silently in Trump’s corner. The more intense the attacks, the stronger their support grows for Trump.

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Election Integrity under Attack by Obama Administration

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From Judicial Watch

As the media focuses on the political conventions in Cleveland and Philadelphia, the big election news may be taking place in courtrooms across America.

For example, your Judicial Watch joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) in filing an amici curiae brief with the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in the case NAACP v. McCrory (No. 16-1468). You may not recognize the case, but it could be the key to the future of clean elections in America. More specifically, our brief argues in support of a lower court ruling that the 2013 North Carolina election-integrity law, which includes, among other provisions, a requirement that voters show a photo identification card before casting a

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Donald Trump’s trade challenge

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By Rick Manning at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government

Donald Trump has made it clear that he doesn’t believe that America has gotten the better end of trade deals over the past twenty years and has built much of his appeal to voters who have seen their wages stagnate and have witnessed or fear that their jobs will be outsourced overseas to places with lower labor costs.

And it is the lower labor costs in places like Vietnam, which is part of President Obama’s Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, that make the deal so attractive to some multi-national manufacturers. Vietnam’s textile workers are paid, on average, $100 a month, a labor cost

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