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March 26, 2018
March Observations

By: Jarrett Stepman – dailysignal.com – March 24, 2018 Tens of thousands of protesters—and maybe more—gathered in Washington, D.C., and around the country Saturday to protest in favor of gun control. The demonstrations, called the March for Our Lives, featured children calling for an end to gun violence and ultimately stricter gun control laws. The Daily Signal hit the streets…

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March 26, 2018
andrew/weissmann

By: Sara Carter – saraacarter.com – March 22, 2018 Special Counsel Robert Mueller III and lead attorney in the Special Counsel’s Office Andrew Weissmann have been connected to one another throughout most of their careers, and both men moved quickly to the top tackling major crime syndicates and white-collar crime. Ironically, both men were also connected in two of the…

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March 26, 2018
U.S. Supreme Court Bldg

By: Michael Farris – FoxNews.com – March 16, 2018 What if the government required all Alcoholics Anonymous groups to recite an advertisement for a local bar before every single meeting? Imagine a group of people, struggling with alcohol abuse, trying hard to leave their addiction behind, being forced to endure a message about happy hour specials. And all this—delivered by…

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March 22, 2018

By: David French – nationalreview.com – March 22, 2018 Remember the Clinton scandals. They provoked no decisive legal thunderbolt but a series of agonizing, consequential defeats. It’s happening again. As first an Apprentice contestant, then a porn star, and now a Playboy playmate sue Donald Trump, the lawsplainers are springing up. This is how Trump will go down. Was the…

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March 22, 2018
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan

By: Haley Byrd – weeklystandard.com – March 22, 2018 Lawmakers in the House, racing a government shutdown deadline, voted 256-167 to pass a $1.3-trillion omnibus spending bill on Thursday afternoon, less than 20 hours after its 2,232 pages of legislative text were first released. The spending bill will keep the government funded through the rest of the fiscal year. Included…

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March 22, 2018

  Source: House Passes $1.3 Trillion Spending Deal, to Mixed Reviews from Republicans | The Weekly Standard

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March 22, 2018
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By: Nick Givas – dailycaller.com – March 1, 2018 Republican Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert said Thursday on “Fox & Friends” the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court should have jailed lawyers for fraud and encouraged the appointment of a second special counsel to investigate abuses within the federal government. “There is a picture of me whispering in President Trump’s ear…

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March 22, 2018
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By: Nancy Flory – stream.org – March 21, 2018 Wednesday, March 21, is World Down Syndrome Day. And even while families with people of Down syndrome work to spread awareness of the genetic abnormality and celebrate their children, there are those who want to eliminate Down syndrome children altogether. But some moms say those who want to get rid of…

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March 22, 2018
Austin bomber news conference

By Michael Gryboski – ChristianPost.com – March 21, 2018 The man suspected of being behind a series of deadly package bombs in Austin, Texas, was a Christian who was homeschooled and advocated for socially conservative views. Mark Anthony Conditt, 23, an unemployed resident of Pflugerville, is believed to have been behind the bombings. He killed himself with an explosive device…

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March 21, 2018
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By: Mark Bauerlein – amgreatness.com – March 20, 2018 Some students at Kennesaw State University outside Atlanta have filed a lawsuit against the university, and for a very good reason. They are members of the Young Americans for Freedom, and they allege they’re the victims of discriminatory treatment by the administration. The facts aren’t complicated. The group invited Katie Pavlich…

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March 21, 2018
trade deficit

By: Merrill Matthews – ipi.org – March 13, 2018 If President Donald Trump understood the balance of trade issue better, he’d be bragging about the rising trade deficit, because it’s correlated with a strong and growing economy. But he doesn’t, which creates the Trump Conundrum. The U.S. usually has a trade deficit in goods but a trade surplus in services….

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