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The Biggest Winner And The Biggest Loser Of The 2018 Mid-Terms

Lynn Hauka

November 18, 2018

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Although the election results in the US House and Senate on November 6th were about as projected with Democrats gaining control of the House and Republicans keeping control of the Senate, in policy terms there was clearly a biggest winner and loser that became

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The Migrant Caravan Arrives to Demand the Handover of American Sovereignty

Jeff Edwards

November 17, 2018

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Perhaps a bit of hyperbole in the title, but the nuance aside that is what the migrant caravan has demanded of the United States of America. Namely, that a mighty nation must acquiesce to the demands of foreign powers. In full disclosure, the author writing th

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One Week After Winning the House Democrats Go After the 80% Lower Receiver

Jeff Edwards

November 17, 2018

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One might support the Democratic Party for a variety of valid and reasonable reasons. From taxes to healthcare, Americans of all stripes disagree on the issues and it is reasonable to take up sides with the party that supports your positions. That being said,

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Judge reverses Trump’s lift on the Keystone Pipeline ban

Walt Winters

November 13, 2018

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A federal judge on Thursday blocked the construction plans for the Keystone XL Pipeline, dealing a significant setback to the Trump administration on one of its priority issues. Trump’s administration had previously lifted a ban on the pipeline, one that was

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Paradise, California razed in unparalleled wildfire

Walt Winters

November 13, 2018

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At least nine people died in Paradise, California during the deadly wildfire that began on Thursday. The scene in the small Sierra Nevada town of 27,000 residents was hellish: a thick smoke hung in the air as rescue teams searched through the wreckage of entir

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Federal courts block Georgia Secretary of State (and candidate) Brian Kemp from purging voters

Walt Winters

November 8, 2018

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In two separate rulings on Friday, federal courts struck back against Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s efforts invalidate thousands of voter registration applications, along with more than a third of absentee ballots. Here’s the kicker: Secretary Ke

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Fake News: No, criticism of George Soros is not a ‘dog whistle’

Steve Burns

November 8, 2018

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The left certainly seems to hear an inordinate amount of dog whistles. How else can we explain the use of the term over and over and over again? Perhaps they just like the sound of the phrase and believe it makes them sound like they are in the know or somethi

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Democrats’ Calls for Pseudo Violence Have Finally Come Home to Roost

Jeff Edwards

October 25, 2018

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For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction according to the laws of physics. With the breaking news that explosive devices have been sent to George Soros, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton it would seem that Newton’s laws are equally applicable

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They’re Starting to Position Themselves for the 2020 Presidential Election

MJ Moye

October 25, 2018

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While most Americans’ political attention is focused on the upcoming midterm elections, a few potential Democratic candidates appear to be positioning themselves for entering the 2020 presidential election. Consider that Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) was on a plan

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Substance or Fluff—What are Beto O’Rourke’s Legislative Accomplishments?

MJ Moye

October 24, 2018

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Campus Reform, a Right-leaning news organization that focuses on college-related news, sent a reporter to Texas A&M University to determine student-body voter sentiment about what is perhaps the most talked-about Senate election race of the fast-approachin

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Trump moves to intervene in California’s water wars

Walt Winters

October 24, 2018

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As the West’s agrobusiness executives wage their “water wars” against cities and states looking either to preserve natural resources in the West or simply to access their own share of the region’s resources, conservative representatives in Congress lik

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It’s Getting Really Hard to be a Never Trump Conservative These Days

Jeff Edwards

October 24, 2018

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Since this is an opinion-editorial, I’ll go ahead and throw out that a Never Trump conservative is writing to you write now. Personally, I thought Trump lacked a significant amount of moral authority to govern as President. Now that he is nearly two years in

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