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February 19th, 2019
Actor Jussie Smollett
By: Lia Eustachewich – pagesix.com – February 18, 2019 Jussie Smollett auditioned for a role in a play that shares eerie similarities to his alleged attack — and he may have used Instagram to tip off the brothers to his whereabouts the night of the beat-down, according to a report on Monday. In the hours before the violent Jan. 29 assault...
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February 18th, 2019
a-ocasio-cortez on 60-minutes
By: Dina Pico – redstate.com – February 17, 2019 As much as I want to ignore Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (S-NY 14thDistrict)¹ her idiocy makes it impossible: Ocasio-Cortez in Bronx speech: New Yorkers deserve ‘dignified jobs’ By: Tal Axelrod | Saturday, February 16, 2019 | 03:30 PM EST Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), a progressive firebrand and vocal supporter of labor, said...
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February 18th, 2019
By: Aryssa Damron – checkyourfact.com – January 9, 2019 NOTE: This article first appeared on Jan. 9 and is being reshared in light of President Donald Trump declaring a national emergency at the southern border. Gregory Korte, a national correspondent for USA Today, tweeted Sunday that the U.S. is currently under “about 30 different national emergencies.” Steve Svensson ✔ @stompk...
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February 15th, 2019
By: Ben Shapiro – creators.com – February 13, 2019 In the past few weeks, prominent Democrats have endorsed infanticide; admitted to dressing in blackface; called for an end to fossil fuels, airplanes and farting cows; and trafficked in open anti-Semitism. None of this is a serious problem for many in the media. For members of the media, the real story is...
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February 15th, 2019
trump shrugs at white house
By: Juliegrace Brufke – thehill.com – 02/14/19 The House voted Thursday night to approve a border security deal that prevents a new government shutdown in a 300-128 vote. The vote sets up President Trump to sign the legislation — and to declare a national emergency as a way of getting more federal funds for his wall on the Mexican border. The House-passed legislation...
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February 15th, 2019
alexandria-ocasio-cortez & ed-markey
By: George Will – nationalreview.com – February 14, 2019 What a tangled web we weave . . . In 1994, the Clinton administration decreed a bright shining future for education. Its Goals 2000 legislation proclaimed that by that year America’s high-school-graduation rate would be 90 percent and American students would lead the world in math and science achievements. Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan...
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February 15th, 2019
windmills at sunset
By: Steve Forbes – investors.com – December 26, 2018 Green New Deal: Democrats will try to flex their new-found electoral muscle in Congress by pushing for what has been described as the “largest expansion of government in decades.” It’s called the Green New Deal, and it promises to be a major economic disaster if it ever becomes American law. Those who...
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February 14th, 2019
red syringe
By: Wesley J. Smith – firstthings.com – January 8, 2016 Assisted-suicide advocacy is wrapped in euphemisms and false assurances. We are often told that medicalized killing will be “a last resort” reserved for the terminally ill, to be deployed only in the context of a long-term relationship with a caring doctor and, even then, strictly when there is no other...
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February 14th, 2019
Nick Novello - DPD
By: Erin Jones – dfw.cbslocal.com – November 27, 2018 Police units taking two hours to show up to a shooting or a robbery. It’s what one Dallas Police officer says department records show and he’s on a mission to do something about it. A YouTube video Officer Nick Novello posted last week has been viewed more than 11,000 times. In it,...
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February 11th, 2019
US Supreme-Court-justices 2018
By: Jacob Gershman wsj.com – February 8, 2019 Conservative and liberal states are pulling farther apart on the issue of abortion in response to the heightened possibility that the Supreme Court could limit access to some procedures. In Republican-led statehouses, such as Ohio and Kentucky, lawmakers are getting behind proposals to ban the procedure within the first trimester of a...
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