#117376
We've come to a point where an opinion is equal to a criminal act. That's what one Miami principal discovered after he was fired from his position because he stated his ...
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Hillary Rodham Clinton’s efforts to provide favors to major donors to her husband’s global charity or her own political career stretch back far earlier than her tenure as America’s top diplomat, dating to the time she served as a U.S. senator and had the power to earmark federal funds and influence legislation, records show.
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#117378
Clinton's silence on issues that split Democrats reinforces the worst narratives about her candidacy.
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#117379
Universities need to stop giving students caps and gowns when they graduate. Instead, I recommend they give them helmets and wrap them in bubble wrap.
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#117380
I'm impressed by the coolness and steadiness of our media in suppressing any news about immigration. It's as if they've built a triple-layer fence with border guards around immigration topics. And guess what? Their fence is working!
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#117381

The Anguish of 'Jerusalem, Blank'

Submitted 3 years ago by ActRight Community

This week brought new reminders of the consequences—big and small—of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
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#117382
According to this feminist website, using the word “trigger” in the phrase “trigger warning” can be triggering.
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In a possible sign that President Obama's political coattails aren't long enough to help Democrat Hillary Clinton, a new Democratic poll shows that she would lose the key battleground state of Ohio big, potentially crushing her White House bid. The poll showed that Clinton would lose 47 percent to 40 percent to Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who is likely to enter the race. But that's not all. She would also lose to Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, 44 percent to 41 percent, and tie Sen. Marco Rubio at 44 percent. The key to Kasich's advantage is that 89 percent of Republicans support him, compared to 75 percent of Democrats for Clinton, said the latest survey from Public Policy Polling of the former House member and budget expert. Ohio Gov. John Kasich is popular in his state and considering a presidential bid. AP Photo
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#117384
Wisconsin expanded charter schools, choice
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An Amherst College student blacked out, accompanied a fellow student back to her dorm room after drinking in February 2012. While he was blacked out, she performed oral sex on him. Nearly two years later, she would accuse him of sexual assault. And under Amherst's guilty-until-proven-innocent (and even then, as we'll see, still guilty) hearing standards, the accused student was expelled. The accused student — using the pseudonym John Doe — is suing the university for denying him due process. His lawyer had discovered text messages that prove the accused student did not initiate the encounter and in no way sexually assaulted the accuser. Despite this evidence, the university refused to reopen Doe's case. RELATED ARTICLE:
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Hillary Rodham Clinton’s efforts to provide favors to major donors to her husband’s global charity or her own political career stretch back far earlier than her tenure as America’s top diplomat, dating to the time she served as a U.S. senator and had the power to earmark federal funds and influence legislation, records show.
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Mark Steyn discusses "safe spaces" and the fluffy-bunny totalitarianism of college campuses on the Rush Limbaugh program. 06/08/15 http://www.steynonline.com...
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#117388
For too long, Washington’s out-of-touch permanent political class has yawned at the wishes of conservatives and Tea Party members.
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#117389
Texas Governor Abbott held a ceremony to sign the toughest and most comprehensive border security plan of any state in the United States.
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#117390
“We don’t yet have a complete strategy,” Obama says. No kidding.
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#117391
Known history and established precedent prove that Congress will not control a Convention of States.
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#117392
As their struggles persist and political excitement dims, Hillary Clinton faces a challenge to inspire these voters.
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#117393
Despite a heavy push by President Barack Obama, a majority of Americans worry a sweeping trade accord will negatively impact U.S. workers.
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A new report from the Inspector General at the Department of Homeland Security has found that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) failed to properly screen 73 commercial airport workers who appeared on terrorist-related vetting lists or are "linked to terrorism."
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#117395
The phrase is just one of many that faculty were advised not to use.
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#117396
Some GOP members say that TPA will "constrain the president," but it's just not true.
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#117397
It aims to identify people who are not annually declaring all of their foreign assets to the IRS.
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#117398
Left media is ablaze with articles condemning the police response to a pool party at a McKinney, Texas, subdivision. Now a video is emerging showing why police were called to the scene to begin with – violence.
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#117399
When someone breaks into your home, you're probably going to feel violated. Dietta Gueye felt like she wanted to protect herself in case it happened again. It did. And she was.
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#117400
Discovered inside the huge tranche of secretive Obamatrade documents released by Wikileaks are key details on how technically any Republican voting for Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) that would fast-track trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal would technically also be voting to massively expand President Obama’s executive authority when it comes to immigration matters.
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