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February 11th, 2020
New York Times HQ in NYC
By: Jason Hopkins – dailycaller.com – February 10, 2020 After a New York Times op-ed writer said President Donald Trump’s stories about immigrant crime were “bogus,” a spokeswoman for the Department of Homeland Security provided him with examples. David Brooks, an opinion writer for The New York Times, appeared on PBS NewsHour on Feb. 7 to discuss a slate of political...
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February 11th, 2020
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By: Chris Kahn – reuters.com – February 10, 2020 Support for Joe Biden’s U.S. Democratic presidential bid has tumbled nationally to the lowest on record since his lackluster finish in the Iowa caucuses, while interest is surging in the upstart candidacy of billionaire media mogul Michael Bloomberg, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Monday. The opinion poll taken from...
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February 11th, 2020
NH Voting
By: Nicole Sganga – cbsnews.com – February 11, 2020 A week after Iowa’s caucus debacle, the nation casts its first votes of the 2020 primary cycle Tuesday in New Hampshire. After months of shopping for the right candidate at town halls and house parties, voters here will weigh in on the crowded Democratic field. New Hampshire is celebrating 100 years of holding the “first in...
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February 10th, 2020
President-Trump-&-Pelosi-pose together - smiling
By: Michael Brown – stream.org – February 9, 2020 Jesus taught it. Paul reaffirmed it. And neither said their teaching was optional for Christians. Instead, God Himself commands us, His children, to love our enemies and to bless those who curse us. No one said it would be easy. No one even said it would be possible, without divine help....
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February 10th, 2020
Trump had on temple
By: Cal Thomas – townhall.com – February 8, 2020 For 68 years the National Prayer Breakfast has been a political oasis, a chance for Republicans, Democrats, national and world leaders to assemble and pray for each other and the nation. Not this year. One could tell where things were headed when President Trump arrived later than most other presidents and held...
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February 10th, 2020
Trump legal team - statement on acquittal
By: Andrew McCarthy – nationalreview.com – February 8, 2020 When it comes to executive excess, Trump lacks remorse and Democrats lack self-awareness. ‘If this had happened to President Obama, a lot of people would have been in jail by now.” So went President Trump’s morning-after remarks, following the GOP-controlled Senate’s acquittal vote, the denouement of the Democrat-controlled House’s approval of two...
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February 7th, 2020
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By: Jim Geraghty – nationalreview.com – February 7, 2020 On the menu today: the Democratic National Committee’s inexplicable decision to have one of the most important debates of the cycle on a Friday night; wondering whether Barack Obama could stop Bernie Sanders if he tried, and why he doesn’t even appear to be trying; and good riddance to the execrable and...
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February 7th, 2020
2020- Arthur-Brooks-at National-Prayer-Breakfast
By: Billy Hallowell – stream.org –  February 6, 2020 Dr. Arthur Brooks, a Harvard professor and the former president of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), delivered an impassioned speech at the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, calling all Americans to help usher in “national healing.” Surrounded by politicians, including President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Brooks, a political conservative...
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February 7th, 2020
Pelosi, Nancy
By: Mike Lillis – thehill.com – February 6, 2020 The House Speaker hammered President Trump on Thursday, just a day after he was acquitted on two impeachment charges, accusing her White House rival of demeaning the office, insulting the Congress and deceiving the same voters he’s seeking to win over in November. In a scathing press conference in the Capitol, Pelosi bashed...
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February 7th, 2020
Robin and Ellie Schneider from Kansas City, Missour
By: Michael Brown – stream.org – February 6, 2020 President Trump’s State of the Union message, coupled with the Democratic response, reminds me of why I voted for Trump in 2016. And why I plan to vote for him again in 2020. The contrasts are just too extreme. I am conscience-bound to vote against the radical left and to vote...
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