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How West Virginia Embraced Right to Work

State legislators to Mountain State: West Virginia, Mountain Momma, take me home to the free labor market where we belong. The post How West Virginia Embraced Right to Work appeared first on RedState.

America's 'China Trade Deficit' Hits Critical National Security Mass

REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION OF THE NATIONAL INTEREST The US trade deficit with China hit a critical milestone in 2015. It now stands at a mind-numbing $1 billion a day, and that $365 billion annual trade deficit continues to rise withShow More Summary

GROSS. ‘The View’ Hosts Get Giddy – Hugs and Smooches for Socialist Bernie Sanders After NH Win (VIDEO)

Gross. The idiots on The View cheer Socialism – invite Bernie Sanders on the show after his big win in... The post GROSS. ‘The View’ Hosts Get Giddy – Hugs and Smooches for Socialist Bernie Sanders After NH Win (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Princeton's president speaks out about the arrest of a black professor over a parking ticket

The president of Princeton University is speaking out after a professor of African-American studies at the school was arrested during a traffic stop last week. Professor Imani Perry, who is black, has claimed she was mistreated by police officers because of her race. Show More Summary

Millennial Voters Ask: Why So Much Hate?

Recently, I was asked by an older ex-colleague, “Why do you support Bernie? What I mean is—well—why do young people support Bernie? Is it because of his ‘schtick’?” Here it was, the phenomenon that journalists had been harping on for weeks—the young-old divide within the Democratic Party. Show More Summary

MILO YIANNOPOULOS FACED BY HURTFUL GENDERED PERFORMANCES: Rutgers students smear themselves with fa…

MILO YIANNOPOULOS FACED BY HURTFUL GENDERED PERFORMANCES: Rutgers students smear themselves with fake blood to protest ‘Most Dangerous Faggot.’ Plus the inevitable: “’[Rutgers groups] should not be inviting anyone like Yiannopoulos because what we stand for is inclusion and diversity,’ student activist Nyuma Waggeh told The Daily Targum. Show More Summary

Syrian rebels may have used US-made TOW missiles to kill Russian officers in Syria

Syrian rebels are using US-made TOW anti-tank missiles again in their fight against forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad. Reports of the use of these advanced missiles, which are highly regulated by the CIA, have trailed off in recent months. Show More Summary

Manuel Barroso reckons Cameron's EU reforms won't slow immigration

Former President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso has said that he doesn't think British Prime Minister David Cameron's attempts to renegotiate Britain's relationship with the EU will do anything to slow down migrationShow More Summary

WELL, YES AND NO: Sarah Wright, the chair of a group called Unmarried Equality, writes in the Washin…

WELL, YES AND NO: Sarah Wright, the chair of a group called Unmarried Equality, writes in the Washington Post,  ”Why It’s Time to Stop Glorifying Marriage.” In an era when the average American now spends the majority of his or her life unmarried, it is time to stop glorifying and privileging marriage to the total exclusion of […]

'You have that power': The 3 big-name GOP governors are feeling the momentum in a friendly state

PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire — When the votes for the Iowa caucuses were tallied, the only three governors remaining in the once-crowded Republican presidential field received a collective 6% of the vote — when you round up. Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) and New Jersey Gov. Show More Summary

Watch Bill O’Reilly do his best Bernie Sanders impression for Stephen Colbert

For the first time since Stephen Colbert shed his right-wing blowhard character from the "Colbert Report," his former muse, Bill O'Reilly, joined him on "The Tonight Show" for a frank discussion in advance of the New Hampshire primary.  The...Show More Summary

New Hampshire's Responsibility

(The first few votes in New Hampshire were kind to Bernie Sanders and John Kasich -- who says he'll support Sanders for "president of Ben and Jerry's.") The woman who announced at a town hall meeting in New Hampshire that she is weighing...Show More Summary

Stephen Colbert hilariously spoofed the flopped intro to Saturday's GOP debate

CBS "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert began his Monday-night show with a hilarious spoof of the botched intro to Saturday's Republican presidential debate, during which retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson created a logjam when he didn't hear...Show More Summary

The significance of NoKo’s “satellite” launch

Yes, yes, I know, I’m making some assumptions.  Assumption A) Noko was actually able to launch a “satellite”.  Assumption B) they’ve actually built a real nuclear device that works and downsized it enough to be launched.  And assumption C) they’d do what I think they would do for no other reason than they can.  See the link […]

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