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January 15th, 2019
long lines at airports
By: Jeff Martin & David Koenig – apneas.com – January 14, 2018 The number of airport security screeners failing to show up for work around the country is soaring as the partial government shutdown goes into its fourth week. No-shows among screeners jumped Sunday and again Monday, when the Transportation Security Administration reported a national absence rate of 7.6 percent...
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January 9th, 2019
CAN attorney David-Carroll
By: News Editor – christianaction.org – November 5, 2018 The federal 4th Circuit Court of Appeals scheduled oral arguments for and against a high school’s teaching of Islam that the Christian Action Network found is advancing Islam over Christianity. With this, the arguments stage of the process for the case of Wood v. Charles County Board of Education is slated...
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January 8th, 2019
eeoc Chai & Trump_2018
By: afaAction.net Staff – afa.net – December 27, 2018 In December 2017, President Trump re-nominated Chai Feldblum to serve as Commissioner of the EEOC. Feldblum is the same anti-religious liberty and pro-LGBT zealot whom President Barack Obama nominated in 2010. Her previous term ended July 1, 2018. It is time that President Trump withdraw Feldblums nomination and replace her with...
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December 26th, 2018
nat park closed govt shutdown
By: Michael Dorstewitz – newsmax.com – December 23, 2018 Opinions vary over how serious a prolonged government shutdown would be. The confusion and misinformation over the shutdown has been rampant. Here are nine myths that have been promoted over the years regarding the possible coming shutdown. Myth 1: It is a Shutdown: If the deadline is missed, the lights of government...
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December 21st, 2018
Hunt Family standing in front of St. Basil’s Cathedral
By: Todd Starnes – toddstarnes.com – December 20, 2018 Tavia Hunt, of Dallas, Texas, wanted to add a personal touch to her family’s Christmas cards this year. So she decided to create a customized stamp for her cards. Mrs. Hunt, the wife of Kansas City Chiefs chairman and chief executive officer Clark Hunt, selected a photograph that featured her family...
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December 21st, 2018
Victory in cuffs
By: Cal Thomas – townhall.com – December 20, 2018 Republicans and conservatives dating back at least to Richard Nixon have used the slogan “tough on crime” and its corollary “lock ’em up and throw away the key” as electoral red meat. The problem is what to do when inmates are released with few skills, fewer job prospects and a bleak...
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December 14th, 2018
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly
By: Fred Lucas – dailysignal.com – December 11, 2018 Some seasoned conservatives wonder if President Donald Trump’s choice of a chief of staff actually matters, and they suggest room for a wild card not on the widely reported short list. “Trump’s chief of staff doesn’t really matter. He’s going to do what he wants to do,” presidential historian Craig Shirley...
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December 7th, 2018
By: Tom Giovanetti – ipi.org – August 22, 2018 Dear Mr. President: We write to thank you for your support of the Formerly Incarcerated Reenter Society Transformed Safely Transitioning Every Person (FIRST STEP) Act, H.R. 5682. Without the support of you and your White House, the FIRST STEP Act may not have passed the U.S. House of Representatives. Achieving Today...
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December 5th, 2018
Worker clears leaves in a cemetary
By: Lenny Bernstein – washingtonpost.com – November 29, 2018 Life expectancy in the United States declined again in 2017, the government said Thursday in a bleak series of reports that showed a nation still in the grip of escalating drug and suicide crises. The data continued the longest sustained decline in expected life span at birth in a century, an...
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December 3rd, 2018
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
By: Guy Benson – townhall.com – December 03, 2018 Before we delve into her new “argument,” I’d like to make a point about why the conservative commentariat sometimes seems fixated on Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. First, she entered the national spotlight as a media fascination and darling — a young woman of color who shook up the Democratic Party from the...
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