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Media Cheer: Trump ‘Reeling’ After ‘Big Setback’ to ‘Hardline’ Immigration Policy

The NBC, ABC, and CBS morning shows on Wednesday were grateful that a liberal federal judge sent the White House “reeling” after he handed President Trump “another big setback” to his “hardline immigration policy.” Rather than actually...Show More Summary

A 15 Percent Corporate Tax Rate Would Be Great

The Trump administration has released its guidelines for major tax reform. My quick sound-bite opinion of the plan may go something like this: The president’s tax reform is more supply-side and less protectionist than I thought it would be. Show More Summary

Texas poised to pass 'sanctuary city' ban with jail penalty

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas Republicans were poised Wednesday to take a big step toward banning "sanctuary cities" in their state, debating a bill through which police chiefs and sheriffs could even be jailed for not cooperating fully...Show More Summary

Trump: Nothing more important than being a teacher

Sydney Chaffee, a humanities teacher at Codman Academy, a public charter school in Boston, holds the honor for 2017. Trump says it's "really something special" that the winner is from a charter school.

Couple Films Themselves Shooting Service Dog In Woods While Laughing – Now They’re Paying For It! [VIDEO]

This is just beyond evil. A woman who was in the Army and her boyfriend who still is, are now both facing felony cruelty charges for what they did to

Democrats stoke Trump-Kremlin controversy to build voter anger for 2018

President Donald Trump’s connections to Russia remain closer to a Washington fixation than a vote-moving scandal, but some deep-pocketed Democrats are trying to change that. American Bridge 21st Century Foundation, … Click to Contin...

Trump: Nothing more important than being a teacher

President Donald Trump has recognized the National Teacher of the Year, and says nothing is more important than being a teacher. Sydney Chaffee, a humanities teacher at Codman Academy, a … Click to Continue »

Ex-lawmaker LaTurner takes office as Kansas state treasurer

Former Kansas state Sen. Jake LaTurner has been sworn in as the new state treasurer. LaTurner took the oath of office Wednesday from Kansas Supreme Court Justice Caleb Stegall in … Click to Continue »

Group appeals redistricting case to Virginia Supreme Court

A redistricting advocacy group has appealed a judge's decision upholding 11 Virginia House and Senate districts. OneVirginia2021 said Wednesday that it has appealed the case to the Virginia Supreme Court. … Click to Continue »

US submarine returns home after 6-month deployment

A U.S. Navy submarine has returned to its home port following a six-month deployment. The USS New Mexico arrived at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton on Wednesday. The submarine's … Click to Continue »

Beauty company offering products for “white hair” is obviously racist or something

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DNC Vice Chair Keith Ellison: Trump’s WH a ‘Dictatorship’ That ‘Wants to Control What People Learn’ (VIDEO)

Muslim DNC Vice Chairman and overt anti-Semite, Keith Ellison has denounced President Trump and his administration in a damning new... The post DNC Vice Chair Keith Ellison: Trump’s WH a ‘Dictatorship’ That ‘Wants to Control What People Learn’ (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Message to Imploding ESPN: It’s the Liberalism, Stupid

ESPN is calling today’s massive “bloodletting” – the layoff of 100 on-air personalities – a matter of “ navigating changes in technology and fan behavior in order to continue to deliver quality, breakthrough content ” that is part of “a strategic vision that will propel our vast array of networks and services forward.”

Trump backs down: Obamacare subsidies can stay – for now

With barely two days to go before the federal government runs out of money, lawmakers remain at odds over a few details, although one major sticking point between the White … Click to Continue »

Traffic stop education mandate passes North Carolina House

An effort to use driver's education as a means to prevent encounters between North Carolina law enforcement officers and motorists from becoming violent or deadly has advanced through one General … Click to Continue »

Judge bars Chinese billionaire's post-arrest statements

Prosecutors cannot use statements a Chinese billionaire made to the FBI after his arrest in a United Nations bribery scandal at his trial. New York federal Judge Vernon Broderick ruled … Click to Continue »

Ivey appoints Stuart as chief justice

Gov. Kay Ivey has appointed Associate Justice Lyn Stuart to lead the Alabama Supreme Court as chief justice. Ivey announced the appointment Wednesday after Roy Moore resigned to run for … Click to Continue »

House approves compensation for deceased FSU player's family

The Florida House of Representatives has approved a bill to compensate the family of a freshman Florida State football player who died after a workout in 2001. The House voted … Click to Continue »

Nebraska lawmakers to need another $50M to balance budget

Nebraska lawmakers who worked to erase a nearly $900 million projected revenue shortfall will have to come up with another $50 million to balance the state budget. The Nebraska Economic … Click to Continue »

He’s Not a Scientist, But His Wife Did Stay in a Feriengasthof Ausdrucken

The NY Times, despite having an op-ed page that already hosts with Brooks, Dowd, Douthat, and Friedman and is a toxic waste dump of Oakeshittian wingnuttia and muddling centrism worthy of Superfund status, has decided to enrage those readers who still remain by hiring away the preternaturally smug Bret Stephens from the WSJ. Stephens has […]

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