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January 17, 2020
Ted Cruz on Capitol Hill

By: Nihal Krishan – washingtonexaminer.com – January 16, 2020 Ted Cruz predicted high Democratic turnout in Texas in the 2020 election, clouding President Trump’s prospects. The Texas senator also said, though, that impeachment would boost Trump. “What Democrats managed to do in 2018, they more than doubled Democratic turnout in Texas. They took it from 1.8 million all the way…

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January 17, 2020
2nd-Amendment gun -Rally

By: Alex Parker – redstate.com – January 16, 2020 Are you pro-gun? If so, are you ready to march with your brothers and sisters in arms? I’m talking, of course, about Antifa. In a surreal turn, the apparently-unknowingly pro-fascism group will be hitting Virginia’s capital Monday to rally alongside Second Amendment advocates in response to the state’s clampdown on gun…

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January 17, 2020
Mitch McConnell - pursed lips

By: Olivia Beavers & Mike Lillis – thehill.com – January 16, 2020 A flood of captivating new details surrounding President Trump‘s dealings with Ukraine has spilled out into the public just as the Senate begins the impeachment trial, putting fresh pressure on GOP leaders to consider witnesses and new documents. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) on Thursday issued a stunning report, accusing…

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January 17, 2020
us-senate

By: Lindsay Wise – wsj.com – January 16, 2020 The Senate opened the impeachment trial of President Trump on Thursday with Chief Justice John Roberts swearing in the senators, who pledged to deliver impartial justice, and the formal reading of the two charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Hours before the senators took their oath, the Government Accountability…

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January 17, 2020
The flag and the cross

By: T. Jipping & S. Neville – stream.org –  January 16, 2020 We celebrate Thursday, Jan. 16, as Religious Freedom Day, the anniversary of the passage in 1786 of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom. Unfortunately, the percentage of Americans who have heard of the law, or the day that commemorates it, is shockingly small. Yet Thomas Jefferson, who authored…

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January 16, 2020
Capitol Hill

By: Sabrina Rodriguez – politico.com – January 16, 2020 Democrats worked into the deal stronger labor enforcement provisions that will help ensure companies operating in Mexico boost workers’ rights and give the U.S. the power to punish them if they violate labor rights. Some of the top labor changes that won over Democrats include provisions that will allow the U.S….

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January 16, 2020
Lawrence O’Donnell

By: Derek Hunter – townhall.com – January 16, 2020 MSNBC personality Lawrence O’Donnell made a mistake in liberal land this week – he told the truth. Allowing peeks behind the curtain in the land of left-wing politics is a no-no, audiences are not allowed to see how the sausage is made. Larry, a rich white guy, accidentally not only pulled back…

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January 16, 2020
adam-schiff

By: Bonchie – redstate.com – January 15, 2020 Happy impeachment day, part two. Nancy Pelosi finally decided to wave the white flag, call off her ridiculous gambit of stalling the process, and had the articles of impeachment targeting Trump over to the Senate. This came in the form of much pomp and circumstance, including trays of pens for her to…

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January 16, 2020
cory booker

By: Ben Shapiro – dailysignal.com – January 15, 2020 In 2008, Democrats nominated for president a first-term U.S. senator with no serious legislative experience, Barack Obama. They nominated him over the long-championed, long-celebrated presumptive heir apparent to the Democratic leadership, Hillary Clinton. Obama was, of course, the first black Democratic nominee, and he would be the first black president. Yet in…

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January 14, 2020
trump-pence-capitol-hill

By: Victor Davis Hans0n – nationalreview.com – January 14, 2020 The new normal: Impeachment as a routine partisan tool, endless investigations, lying under oath with impunity, surveillance of political enemies, zero accountability … The Left sees Donald Trump’s comportment, rallies, and tweets as a new low in presidential behavior that justifies extraordinary countermeasures. But Trump’s personal characteristics are idiosyncratic and may…

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January 14, 2020
Debate stage over heads

By: Emily Larsen & Naomi Lim – washingtonexaminer.com – January 14, 2020 With Iowa polls showing a tight, fluid race between the top four candidates in the 2020 Democratic field, the last debate before the first votes are cast could be a critical moment for the White House hopefuls. Former Vice President Joe Biden, former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Minnesota Sen. Amy…

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