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After Supreme Court Loss, Colorado Targets Christian Baker One More Time

Clearly seething over their loss at the nation’s highest court, the Colorado Civil Rights Commission is once again targeting Christian baker Jack Phillips for refusing to bake cakes that violate his religious beliefs. Undeterred by the judicial smackdown they received at the Supreme Court in June, where they were admonished for persecuting Phillips and his Christian beliefs, the state has ...

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a Total Flop Outside New York City

It may be that establishment Democrats are breathing a sigh of relief this week. While they didn’t manage to pull off the upset victory in the Ohio special election that they were hoping for, they did manage to fend off another problem: The insurgent left-wing movement coming from socialist stars like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders. Three of the five ...

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Trump Slams California’s Bad Regulations for Making Wildfires Worse

President Trump stirred the pot on Sunday when he put the blame for California’s devastating wildfires directly on the state’s environmental regulations, some of which have made it more difficult for firefighters to put out the inferno. “California wildfires are being magnified & made so much worse by the bad environmental laws which aren’t allowing massive amounts of readily available ...

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Bolton: Trump is Taking Kim Jong Un to School

In an interview with Fox News this weekend, national security adviser John Bolton said that President Donald Trump was giving North Korea every opportunity to disavow their nuclear weapons program, normalize relations with the international community, and regain the economic and diplomatic channels that have been off-limits to them for so many years. “The president is giving Kim Jong Un ...

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Trump’s Not Dividing Us With Sports, LeBron – YOU Are

In a feud that has everyone on the left once again screaming about President Trump and his supposed racism, the president and basketball superstar LeBron James have been trading insults for the past week. The trouble started when James appeared on CNN with host Don Lemon to discuss his new charity school in Ohio; the conversation, naturally, turned to the ...

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President Bill Kristol, Anyone? Yeah, We Didn’t Think So

According to a new report from the Daily Caller, Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard is mulling a possible run against President Trump in the 2020 primaries. Kristol, who has been one of the most outspoken and immovable NeverTrump conservatives, has been spotted in New Hampshire in what some believe was a warm-up run for the White House. Asked by ...

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Koch Brothers: We’re Going to Start Supporting Democrats

The Koch Brothers and their political network have been stalwart supporters of conservative/libertarian candidates for years, growing to become one of the top donors in the entire movement. But at a seminar this week in Colorado Springs, representatives from the network said they were not happy with some of the recent spending decisions made by the Republican-controlled Congress. In fact, ...

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Another Ridiculous Ruling in Favor of Sanctuary City Chicago

The Trump administration is facing a near-shutout in court when it comes to their attempts to crack down on sanctuary cities. Everywhere they turn, judges are ruling that while the federal government has every right to go after illegal immigrants using the means at their disposal, they do not have to right to force cities like Chicago to cooperate in ...

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Republicans Want Trump to Declassify the Entire Carter Page FISA Application

Since the public release of the Carter Page FISA applications last weekend, Trump’s supporters and his critics have been telling two, diametrically-opposite stories about the revelations therein. Allies of the president say that the full applications show that Trump and Rep. Devin Nunes were right all along in claiming that the FBI relied primarily on Clinton-purchased opposition research (the infamous ...

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