Washington Post: Berlin Massacre was Attack on Muslims

Leave it to the scumbags at the Washington Post to find a way to make the latest Islamic terrorist attack all about the plight of Muslims around the world. Every time one of these religious crackpots drives a truck into innocent shoppers, stabs college students, bombs a marathon, or flies a plane into a building, the American left insists that ...

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Trump Fires Back at Bill Clinton’s Insulting Remarks

Since the election, Donald Trump has gone out of his way to speak highly of Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton. He has dismissed the “lock her up” narrative as a campaign tactic, he’s praised her for her service to the country, and he’s said that they are “good people” whom he “doesn’t want to hurt” with ...

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North Carolina Governor: Bathroom Law is History

Incoming North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced Monday that the state would repeal the so-called “bathroom law” that caused so much controversy when it was passed earlier this year. Cooper, a Democrat who just barely snuck by incumbent Republican Governor Pat McCrory in the November election, would not have the authority to repeal HB2 on his own and he certainly ...

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Police Union Objects to Obama’s Civil Rights Nominee

Two years ago, President Obama nominated Debo Adegbile to be the Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department. That nomination was blocked, but Obama has now appointed Adegbile to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, a move that has drawn considerable ire from law enforcement advocates nationwide. The controversy over Adegbile stems from his work ...

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Celebrities Call on Electors to Deny Trump the White House

Hillary Clinton’s defeat hasn’t deterred Hollywood’s liberals from blowing hot air all over the American political process. On Wednesday, a group of actors, including Martin Sheen, Debra Messing, and Bob Odenkirk, released a public service announcement aimed at the 538 members of the Electoral College. In the video, the celebrities plead with the electors to break their pledge and deny ...

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Trump Admits: I Expected to Lose on Election Night

The polls had it wrong, the Clinton campaign had it wrong, and everyone in the media had it wrong. As it turns out, even Donald Trump had it wrong. At a victory rally in West Allis, Wisconsin on Tuesday, the president-elect admitted that he went into election night expecting to lose. “I went to see my wife. I say, ‘Baby, ...

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Clinton Campaign Wants Electoral College to Get Intelligence Briefing

This week, ten members of the Electoral College sent a letter to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper seeking more information about Russia’s involvement in the 2016 election. The original ten – nine Democrats and one Texas Republican – were joined Tuesday by 20 more Democrats in their call for an intelligence briefing before December 19, when they are scheduled ...

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Beijing to Trump: “One China” Policy Non-Negotiable

In an interview with Fox News Sunday, President-elect Donald Trump defended his decision to communicate with Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen and took exception to the idea that the U.S. needed to bow to Beijing’s diplomatic demands. “I fully understand the One-China policy, but I don’t know why we have to be bound by a One-China policy unless we make a ...

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Senators Call for Investigation Into Russian Election Interference

After news reports surfaced Friday of a secret CIA presentation to Congress regarding the extent to which Russia supposedly influenced the 2016 election, a group of four U.S. Senators – two Republicans and two Democrats – released a statement calling for a bipartisan investigation into Moscow’s meddling. Republicans John McCain (AZ) and Lindsey Graham (SC) joined Democrats Chuck Schumer (NY) ...

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Obama Says Southern Racism Fueled Opposition to his Presidency

President Barack Obama sat down with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria on Thursday night for a special interview reviewing the legacy he would leave the U.S. In the conversation, Obama said that racism played a part in fueling opposition to his presidency. “There are people who dislike me because they think I’m a liberal,” Obama acknowledged. But, he said, there was another ...

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