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Facts News and the dying art of journalism

I’m a journalist by trade and have been for more than 20 years. These days, though, I am struggling to stay in love with the craft I have been practicing since I was a child. 764 more words

New York Times Writer Josh Barro Is the Embodiment of Liberal Intolerance

One tweet from New York Times writer and MSNBC contributor Josh Barro was all it took to remind us just how tolerant the left really is. 441 more words

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Bill O'Reilly: Why won't Rand Paul come on my show?

On Thursday’s O’Reilly Factor, host Bill O’Reilly complained that Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky) won’t appear on his television program. O’Reilly feels that Paul has been ducking the most high profile personality on the network and brought on media analyst Bernard Goldberg to explain why. 150 more words

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MSNBC's Chris Hayes Has No Idea Whose Policies Are Killing the Coal Industry

MSNBC host Chris Hayes is concerned about American coal miners who are struggling to make a living.

Isn’t that nice of him?

Spent morning w coal miner who worked in the mines 30 yrs,making 100k.

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Mauna Loa Access Road Receives Funding for Reconstruction ...

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Source: damontucker.com

Thanks to news blogger Damon Tucker for this item. 54 more words

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Democrats’ Impeachment Obsession, Explained

BY: Andrew Stiles // July 31, 2014 3:23 pm

As world-renowned data scientist Nate Silver explains: “Democrats Are Way More Obsessed With Impeachment Than Republicans.” For example, nearly every time the word “impeachment” has been entered into the Congressional record this month, a Democrat said it. 43 more words