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January 15, 2018
Bernie Sanders, Chuck Schumer & Nancy Pelosi

By: Matthew Continetti – freebeacon.com – January 12, 2018 Oh, to have been a fly on the wall in Elizabeth Warren’s house as people went crazy over the prospect of Oprah 2020. I can only imagine Warren’s reaction. Did she yell at the TV? Mutter under her breath? Immediately call her media consultant in panic? We know the slight got…

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January 15, 2018
Renew Temporary Protected Status

By: Ed Stetzer – washingtonpost.com – January 12, 2018 When my ancestors came to America from Ireland, they left what many people considered a “s‑‑‑hole” country. A potato famine, combined with Ireland’s bad reputation in much of Europe, led many to call for an end to the immigration of the unwashed Irish. “Filthy,” they called my family. But, let’s face it,…

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January 15, 2018
Jim Paris Bitcoin

By: Jim Paris – christianmoney.com – November 12, 2017 I am always on the lookout for article ideas, and that was the case in 2012 when I heard about a new kind of Internet money called Bitcoin. The idea of a computer software program replacing everyday paper money sounded more than a little crazy, but I was just looking for…

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January 15, 2018
dog

By: Allan Adamson –  techtimes.com – 15 January 2018 An AI algorithm can convert the vocalizations of prairie dogs into English. Now, animal behavior expert Con Slobodchikoff is working on a pet translator that can translate a dog’s barks into human language. When will this device become available? Using artificial intelligence, scientists learn how to translate vocalizations and facial expressions of…

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January 15, 2018
Vikings Stunning Win

Kevin Seifert, NFL Nation – espn.com – January 14, 2018 Minnesota had less than a 3 percent chance to win before Stefon Diggs caught the 61-yard touchdown pass from Case Keenum. Here’s how the tide turned in the final moments — from both teams’ perspectives. The “Minnesota Miracle” happened on a play called “Seven Heaven.” Why do the Minnesota Vikings use…

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January 15, 2018
DACA Panel

By: Thomas Kaplan, Noah Weiland and Michael D. Shear – nytimes.com –  January 14, 2018 After three days of denunciations from around the world, President Trump declared that he is “not a racist” on Sunday, even as the uproar over his vulgar remarks on immigration overshadowed critical issues facing the capital, including efforts to protect young undocumented immigrants and avert…

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January 12, 2018
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By: Victor Davis Hanson – nationalreview.com – January 11, 2018 By cutting off hundreds of millions in American aid to the Palestinian Authority, President Trump could radically alter the Middle East. President Trump set off another Twitter firestorm last week when he hinted that he may be considering cutting off hundreds of millions of dollars in annual U.S. aid to…

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January 11, 2018
not seeking reelection

By: Lauretta Brown – townhall.com – January 10, 2018 A record number of Republicans are leaving the House of Representatives in 2018, either to retire or to seek higher office. A total of 31 House Republicans will not be running for re-election in 2018 with Rep Darrell Issa’s (R-CA) retirement announcement Wednesday. There are different factors going into each member’s retirement…

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January 11, 2018
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By: Maria Sacchetti, Patricia Sullivan and Ed O’Keefe – washingtonpost.com – January 10, 2018 Trump administration’s plan to phase out protections was temporarily blocked late Tuesday in federal court. The Trump administration vowed Wednesday to fight a federal injunction that temporarily blocked its plans to rescind work permits for young undocumented immigrants, insisting that Congress must find a solution for those…

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January 10, 2018
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By: David French – nationalreview.com – January 9, 2018 Let’s ponder a disturbing question: What if the crisis of free speech on college campuses, with their often extreme intolerance for conservative points of view, represents the high point for free expression in a student’s life? In other words, what if the “real world” is more repressive, more ignorant, and more punitive…

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January 10, 2018
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David Brooks – nytimes.com – JAN. 8, 2018 The quality of the opposition is deteriorating. Let me start with three inconvenient observations, based on dozens of conversations around Washington over the past year: First, people who go into the White House to have a meeting with President Trump usually leave pleasantly surprised. They find that Trump is not the raving…

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