Politics

NBC Report: Trump Backing Away From Mass Deportations

According to a new report from NBC News, Donald Trump’s formation of an Hispanic Advisory Council could signal a shift away from one of his most controversial proposals: the deportation of 11 million illegal immigrants. “Three of the Hispanics who are part of Trump’s Hispanic Advisory Council spoke with NBC Latino after the meeting [on Saturday],” wrote NBC News. “Each ...

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No Doubt Left: Iran Payment Was Ransom

If a Republican president had done what Barack Obama did with Iran, it would be the biggest news story of the year. Obama has been caught in an outright lie, and it is unraveling right before our eyes. The $400 million ransom payment his administration made to Tehran in exchange for several American prisoners (read: hostages) was a startling departure ...

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28,957 Muslim Refugees Admitted into U.S. Since October

According to Pew Research, the United States has admitted more Muslim refugees in fiscal year 2016 than we have since 2002. This also marks the first time since 2006 that Muslims will outnumber Christians among refugees, thanks largely to President Obama’s goal of resettling 10,000 Syrian citizens. He’s 86% of the way there, by the way. When this president sets ...

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On Milwaukee Violence, Clinton Misses the Point

Speaking in Scranton, Pennsylvania on Monday, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton addressed the violent unrest in Milwaukee with the same useless platitudes we’ve come to expect from the left. It’s time, Hillary said, for us to “get back to the fundamental principle: everyone should have respect for the law and be respected by the law.” That quote may look good ...

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Hillary to Illegal Immigrants: Let’s Get out the Vote!

If there was still any doubt as to why Donald Trump ascended straight to the top of the pack in the Republican primaries, the Hillary Clinton campaign obliterated it with their latest stunt. On Sunday, the campaign announced a new initiative – “Mi Sueno, Tu Voto” – in an attempt to recruit President Obama’s DREAMers into local voting registration efforts. ...

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Pence Can’t Get Jeb Bush on the Trump Train

According to a new story in the Wall Street Journal, vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence paid a visit to Jeb Bush’s Biltmore Hotel office at the end of July in an attempt to mend fences and bring the former Florida governor around on Donald Trump. According to Bush’s spokesperson, however, he remains firmly in the anti-Trump camp for now. “The governor’s ...

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Planned Parenthood Launches “Non-Partisan” Voting Campaign

If you made a list of American organizations without any hint of political bias, Planned Parenthood would naturally have to be at the top. Why, it’s the one organization everyone can agree to love and adore, is it not? And they’ve been so careful about staying above the political fray. Why, who could even say whether their leadership is comprised ...

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Why is Obama Releasing Inmates with Gun Convictions?

During his time in office, President Obama has granted executive clemency to 600 federal prisoners – more than the last nine presidents put together. The implications of that statistic are worrying enough, but some of Obama’s recent pardons seem to run counter to the anti-gun fervor that has dominated his administration. As reported by the Washington Times, 107 federal inmates ...

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Benghazi Families File Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Hillary

Patricia Smith and Charles Woods lost their sons in the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, and they are seeking through civil litigation the justice they were denied by the FBI. On Monday, Larry Klayman of Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton on behalf of Smith and Woods, seeking damages for wrongful death, emotional distress, ...

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Cuba Blames U.S. Policy for Mass Exodus

Isn’t it interesting that President Obama would rush to normalize Cuban relations without normalizing relations with Cuban immigrants? Isn’t it interesting that this part of our diplomatic policy would remain unchanged? The part that sets only one requirement on Cuban immigrants: Make it to U.S. soil. Yes, very curious how Obama has made no effort to change that. Very curious, ...

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