At Least Six Americans Killed by Former Gitmo Prisoners

According to a new report from the Washington Post, U.S. officials have acknowledged that at least six Americans have been killed by terrorists who used to call the prison at Guantanamo Bay home. The officials, who spoke to the paper on the condition of anonymity, confirmed that while most of the dead were military troops, one American civilian was killed ...

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It’s Now Time for Trump to Leave Controversy Behind

After getting sidetracked by a series of attacks on a federal judge – attacks that led to another potent round of condemnation from the Republican establishment – Donald Trump got back on message Tuesday night with a prepared speech that favored coherency over controversy. As Hillary Clinton claimed the Democratic nomination in Brooklyn, Trump gave one of his most “presidential” ...

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American Leaders to Obama: Transgender Mandate Must Go

In an open letter to President Obama, more than 60 American leaders from across the political spectrum asked his administration to back away from a mandate requiring public schools to allow transgender students to use the bathrooms of their choice. Insisting that such a directive amounts to executive overreach and that it could have dire ramifications for the mental health ...

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Boston Globe Exposes Obama’s Immigration Lies

Only a few short months after Spotlight – a movie about the Boston Globe’s investigation into pedophilia in the Catholic Church – won the Oscar for Best Picture, the newspaper is at it again. This time, they turned their investigative reporters loose on the liberal media’s least favorite target: The Obama administration. In a story published this weekend, the Globe ...

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Sanders Vows to Contest Nomination at Convention

Last week, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, in an interview with Bernie Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver, expressed surprise that Sanders would take his fight all the way to the Democratic National Convention. Matthews wondered openly how Sanders could use that platform to rally Democrats around Hillary Clinton if he was still hoping to get the nomination himself, a puzzle Weaver seemed ...

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Pollsters Suddenly Suspicious of Their Own Polls

Washington polling insiders did not expect this to happen. After months of watching the media deny the reality of Donald Trump’s rising numbers in the primaries, it’s now the pollsters themselves who are questioning reality. With Trump catching up to Hillary Clinton in the national surveys, some experts are warning Americans not to give the numbers too much weight. In ...

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Media Stunned that Trump Would Dare Cross Them

Washington’s cabal of political reporters were filled with self-righteous indignation this week after Donald Trump ripped into them Tuesday morning. Clearly irritated from the moment he began taking questions, Trump appeared to take great pleasure in refuting oft-repeated claims that there was something fishy about his efforts to raise money for vets. From the moment Trump skipped a January debate ...

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Lewandowski: Romney Run Would Destroy 2nd Amendment

Donald Trump’s campaign manager said this weekend that if Mitt Romney or any other third-party conservative runs in the general election, it could have dire consequences for some of America’s most cherished rights. In an interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday, Corey Lewandowski addressed the rumors of an independent campaign. Wallace asked: “Where do you stand with getting ...

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You Can’t Change America Without Actual Change

In a remarkably condescending op-ed in the Los Angeles Times, columnist┬áRobin Abcarian describes her trip to a Donald Trump rally at Selland Arena. “I waded into the crowd to find Latino supporters,” she writes. “Who were these people, exactly, who could vote for a man who has called Mexicans rapists and murderers, who insulted the Republican Latina governor of New ...

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New Memorial Day Tradition: Burn the Confederate Flag

Artist and activist John Sims isn’t content to limit his Memorial Day fire to a barbecue grill; he wants to start a brand new annual tradition: Burning the Confederate flag. Sims, a native of Sarasota, FL, first took aim at the flag 15 years ago with an art project that recolored it with red, black, and green paint – the ...

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