Does Anyone Even WANT Obamacare Repealed Anymore?

According to a new CNN poll, Americans are bored with the endless attempts to repeal and replace Obamacare in Washington. The site found that the number of Americans still craving relief from the Affordable Care Act is dwindling, just as the news comes that the Senate can neither pass their latest version of replacement nor find the votes for a ...

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Trump Reverses Obama’s Sick Discrimination Against Christian Refugees

According to a new Pew Research Center review of State Department data, the first six months of President Trump’s tenure in the White House has been characterized by a stunning and long-overdue turnaround of Barack Obama’s shocking discrimination against Christian refugees. Trump, who criticized his predecessor for treating persecuted Christians “horribly” through his refugee acceptance program, has turned the tide ...

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Obamacare Has Failed…and So Have Republicans

With the defections of Sens. Mike Lee and Jerry Moran on Monday, the Senate plan to repeal and replace Obamacare appears to be dead. It was a conclusion that nearly everyone predicted, seeing as how the proposed bill was already hanging by the merest thread of support. Conservatives in the Senate thought the bill didn’t go far enough, moderates wanted ...

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Wait, THIS Group is Calling the NRA Out for “Fear-Mongering”???

There are a lot of liberal groups who would fall right into the trap of hypocrisy for slamming anyone else for promoting violence, but we can’t think of many that embody their own criticisms as much as the Black Lives Matter movement. Seriously, it takes an extraordinary amount of gall for them to attack the National Rifle Association for their ...

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Four Things to Know About New GOP Healthcare Bill

Senate Republicans on Thursday released the newest version of their legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare, unveiling several changes aimed at bringing reluctant supporters on board. The changes were not enough to win over Sens. Rand Paul and Susan Collins, but the hope is that the new bill will address enough disparate concerns within the party to (narrowly) pass the ...

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Fame-Seeking Democrat Files Impeachment Charges Against Trump

Well, if you can’t make a name for yourself through a record of good governance, why not weasel your way into the history books by becoming the first man to file an article of impeachment against the president. That was apparently what Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) was thinking when he formally introduced said article to the House of Representatives on ...

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BUILD IT: House Committee Proposes 1.6 Billion Dollars for The Wall

Congress is headed for an inevitable showdown in September when the time comes for a fight over the 2018 spending bill. And Republicans have already signaled that they are ready to stand behind President Trump’s promise to build a mighty wall across the southern border of the United States. On Tuesday, the House Appropriations Committee released a funding bill for ...

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Why Are Democrats Obstructing President Trump’s Federal Nominees?

White House spokesmen said on Monday that President Trump would not hesitate to withhold summer vacation from the legislators in Congress if they didn’t straighten up, fly right, and start confirming some of his executive branch nominees. Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short said, “The president has every right to call Congress back if necessary,” and the president himself said ...

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New York Times is Freaking Out Over Decline in Illegal Immigration

Last week, The (Failing) New York Times offered their readers a front-page feature story about the terrible, awful state of America, as illustrated by the fact that “fearful migrants” are no longer coming to the U.S. As writer Kirk Semple tells it, even though President Donald Trump has yet to enact many of his most stringent policies regarding illegal immigration, ...

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