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Mike Pence Honors Jews On Behalf Of ‘The People of the United States of America’ During First Trip To Auschwitz |

Mike Pence In Defense of Christians Summit 2 10-25-17

Vice President Mike Pence paid respects on Friday to the more than one million Jews who perished in the Auschwitz concentration camp, during his trip to Poland. Pence and Poland’s President Andrzej Duda, along with their wives, Karen Pence and Agata Kornhauser-Duda toured the Auschwitz-Birkenau memorial site. Jared Kushner was also in attendance. The tour included crematoriums and a freight train that ...

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Ben Sasse Has Some Harsh Words About Tofurky After Cory Booker Slammed America’s Meat-Eating Habit

Republican Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse fired back on Wednesday after Democratic New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker stated that eating meat is unsustainable and vowed to fight against “industrial agriculture.” “Cory’s a good dude, but Tofurky is a crime against humanity,” Sasse told The Daily Caller News Foundation. “Everybody needs real food to survive — if that food happens to be ...

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House to Vote On Trillion Dollar Spending Bill Thursday. No One Has Read It

U.S. Capitol Building

The House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on a government appropriations bill on Thursday evening and with a day until the vote, lawmakers still have not received the text of the legislation. “Pelosi and the Democrats promised a full 72 hours to review legislation,” a senior conservative congressional aide told The Daily Caller News Foundation. “But now we’re voting ...

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Democrats Wall Deal Seeks To Limit ICE’s Ability To House Criminal Illegal Immigrants

Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi

Democrats on the bicameral Homeland Security funding conference committee are demanding that border security appropriations include a limit to the number of beds at immigration detention facilities. The committee signaled last week that they are nearing a final border security deal that could be voted on prior to the Feb. 15 funding deadline. However, Republican Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby, a ...

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Elizabeth Warren Makes It Official — She’s Running For President

Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced on Saturday that she is launching an official bid for the presidency in 2020. Let's do this. #Warren2020 pic.twitter.com/cmrp5O7pXx — Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) February 9, 2019 The Massachusetts senator revealed on New Years Eve that she was forming an exploratory committee to test the waters for her likely presidential run. “America’s middle class is ...

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Ocasio-Cortez Claims Latinos Have The Same Status As Native Americans

Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez claimed on Thursday that Latinos have a right to migrate into the United States because they descend from Native Americans. “We have to have respect for children, respect for families, respect for human rights and respect for the right to human mobility because it is a right,” Ocasio-Cortez told a crowd while speaking out ...

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Stacey Abrams Is Not Holding Virginia Democrats To The Same Standard As Brett Kavanaugh

Failed Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams urged the embattled Virginia Democrats to atone for their past inappropriate conduct but would not call for their resignation, unlike her response to Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Abrams encouraged Virginia’s Gov. Ralph Northam and Attorney General Mark Herring to “take personal responsibility” for donning blackface on separate occasions in the 1980’s. She also urged Lieutenant ...

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Steve Scalise Says Democrats Wouldn’t Allow Him To Testify At House Gun Violence Hearing

Steve Scalise

House Minority Whip Steve Scalise said Wednesday that House Democrats refused to allow him to testify before the Judiciary Committee’s hearing on gun violence. “Historically when Republicans were in charge, even when Democrats were in charge prior to this more radical leftist majority, if a member of Congress wanted to testify on a committee, they always provided a venue for ...

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A Stranger Keeps Sending Ben Sasse Grumpy Fortune Cookies

An anonymous critic has been sending Republican Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse fortune cookies with unique forms of torture. “I’ve been getting some anonymous fortune cookies from an angry American — and I think it’s time to give props for creativity…,” Sasse tweet on Wednesday. He included a photograph himself holding the fortune, which read “May the afterlife turn out to ...

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Kirsten Gillibrand Fundraising Off Of Her SOTU Eyeroll

Democratic New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand sent out a fundraising tweet during President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address to raise money for her 2020 presidential campaign. Agree? Chip in $5 so we can put an end to this. https://t.co/nKcdxOJAhY #SOTU pic.twitter.com/4Hkotw8e5S — Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) February 6, 2019 Gillibrand’s exasperated expression was responding to Trump’s praise of the ...

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Cory Booker Questions Rao On Religious Sinfulness, Ted Cruz Puts Him In His Place

GOP Sen. Ted Cruz slammed Democrats and Sen. Cory Booker for displaying a “hostility to religious faith” Tuesday during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing vetting Naomi Rao for a seat on the D.C. Circuit Court. Cruz’s condemnation came after Booker, a Democratic contender for president in 2020, questioned Rao on her view of homosexuality and LGBTQ Americans. Booker asked Rao ...

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No Impeachment Proceedings Planned For Ousting Northam

Virginia House Speaker Kirk Cox revealed on Monday that he has no intention to force Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam out of office through impeachment over a racist photograph that surfaced in his medical school yearbook. “I think there’s a rightful hesitation about removal from office,” Cox told the Richmond Times-Dispatch. “Obviously you have to consider that to some degree you’re ...

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Cory Booker Announces He’s Running For President

Democratic New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker announced Friday that is he is officially launching a campaign to run for the Democratic nomination for president in 2020. Amid speculation of Booker’s presidential aspirations, the New Jersey senator revealed in December he would make a decision on whether or not to launch a 2020 presidential run over the holiday season. “I will consider running for ...

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