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December 5, 2019
Cutting Federal Budget

By: Merrill Matthews – ipi.org – December 3, 2019 We say “easy” only because the mechanics of cutting $640 billion from the federal budget wouldn’t be hard. Politically, it would be extremely difficult because taxpayers and the states are addicted to federal largess—even though taxpayers provide the money that the feds give back to them. A recent Pew Charitable Trust paper gives…

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December 5, 2019

By: Derek Hunter – townhall.com – December 5, 2019 The idea of price controls is an easy sell to people who don’t know any better. But history has repeatedly shown they not only don’t work, they’re a disaster. That they are a disaster might be why the idea is gaining so much traction among Democrats both running for president and…

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December 5, 2019
sen-warren speaks in-salem nh

By: Alexandra Desanctis – nationalreview.com – December 4, 2019 Presidential hopefuls answered questions from the New York Timesoutlining their support for nearly unlimited abortion rights. The New York Times has released the results from a set of questions posed to each Democratic presidential candidate about his or her views on abortion. Thus far in the primary race, very few of the…

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December 5, 2019
Nancy Pelosi

By: Lisa Mascaro & Mary Clare Jalonick – apnews.com – December 5, 2019 On Wednesday, Pelosi met behind closed doors with her Democratic caucus, asking, ”Äre you ready?” The answer was a resounding yes, according to those in the room. Democrats are charging toward a Christmastime vote on removing the 45th president, a situation Pelosi hoped to avoid but which…

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December 5, 2019
Mr. Nadler & Mr. Collins - Judiciary-Impeachment

By: Fred Lucas – dailysignal.com – December 04, 2019 The House Judiciary Committee, holding its first day of impeachment hearings Wednesday, heard from four legal scholars on the case for and against removing President Donald Trump from office less than a year before a presidential election. After five days of public hearings over two weeks, the House Intelligence Committee submitted its…

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December 5, 2019
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Dan Pilla – October November 2019

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December 5, 2019
Job employment Trump graph

By: Paul Bedard – washingtonexaminer.com – December 03, 2019 It’s not legal in most cases, and certainly not right, but 1 in 5 left-leaning bosses “will not hire” supporters of President Trump, and huge majorities of hiring managers want to know the positions job candidates have on highly controversial issues including race and immigration, according to a sweeping new survey. What’s more, job…

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December 5, 2019
woman by dilapidated trailer

By: Ben Shapiro – townhall.com – December 4, 2019 This week, Paul Krugman of The New York Times posited a theory: Red states cause depression and suicide. In a column titled “America’s Red State Death Trip,” Krugman wrote: “In 1990, today’s red and blue states had almost the same life expectancy. Since then, however, life expectancy in Clinton states has…

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December 4, 2019
no-aarp

By: Jon Decker & Phil Kerpen – washingtontimes.com – December 3, 2019 The AARP recently hosted a forum that included Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar ostensibly to discuss proposals to lower health care costs. The irony was unmissable. AARP — which until the 1990s was an acronym but now, appropriately, stands for nothing — is crusading for a Nancy…

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December 4, 2019
baby at Republican presidential campaign rally

By: Rich Lowry – nationalreview.com – December 3, 2019 Contemporary America is characterized by less procreation and more self-destruction. The economy is in robust good health, but our social fabric isn’t. By two basic measures of social vitality, births and deaths, American society is faltering. Both the fertility rate and life expectancy are declining, in a sign that people feel less secure…

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December 4, 2019
salvation army kettle

By: Dennis Prager – dailysignal.com – December 03, 2019 We all know some individuals who are so obviously good and kind that we are certain if anyone were to dislike them, that’s all we would need to know about the person. We would immediately assume he or she is a bad person. To hate the manifestly good is a sure sign…

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