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Republican Establishment Still at Sea Regarding the Donald

The  Conservative establishment from Republican Headquarters throughout Fox “News” and points beyond in the Press, just don’t know what to do with the Donald.    Why won’t he go away?   482 more words

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A Cheer for the Change in Ottawa

It’s been over a month since the federal election. Time is going too quickly and the challenges facing the country are moving faster still. We stayed up almost all night on the 19th to watch the last of the results and were relieved beyond measure. 676 more words


Al Sharpton Nests with DeBlasio in NY City with Big Pay Raise

Thanks to Obama and de Blasio, Al Sharpton gives himself $170K raise

by  JAZZ SHAW    at HotAir:

Thanksgiving week is typically a time for people to reflect on the blessings they have known and to be grateful for all of the bounty we receive in our lives, so we should kick off Monday morning with just such a story. 184 more words

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More Legislative Atrocities

It wasn’t just Syrian refugees that got pummeled by Congress last week. Car purchasers of color got mugged, and robbed, and stripped of protections that the Consumer Financial Protection Board (CFPB) had adopted in 2013. 352 more words

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McCain joins Soros pushing “refugee” invasion

As astute citizens collecting facts in advance of the crucial 2016 elections, a filter might seem necessary since there is so much to absorb — some fact, some fancy.  346 more words

Illegal Immigration

Saving our bacon

Processed meats and red meats, such as bacon and sausages, were classified as causing cancer in humans, by monographs from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) … 701 more words

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Registration of Muslims Charge Against Trump IS A PRESS LIE!


by Byron York  at the Washington Examiner:

“The story of Donald Trump’s call for a database, or some sort of national registry, of Muslims in the United States consumed much of the political conversation Thursday and Friday. 778 more words

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