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A North Dakota native, Brady is a sophomore at The University of Arkansas Fort Smith studying political science and history. Brady also contributes to Red Alert Politics and Lone Conservative.

Sen. Orrin Hatch Will Host Re-Election Fundraiser

Orrin Hatch

Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah will host a re-election fundraiser in early January, raising further questions about whether he will actually retire from Congress. Hatch is the most senior Republican currently in the Senate. Hatch will reportedly invite donors to his eighth annual ski fundraiser in January at the St. Regis Hotel in Park City, Utah, where the suggested donation reaches as high ...

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Jeff Bezos now richest person in the world

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Three months ago in July,  Jeff Bezos was for a brief moment the world’s richest person. This time, Amazon’s CEO and founder may hold onto that title for a while longer. On Friday, Amazon stock shot up an extraordinary 13 percent, an incredible amount for such a well-known company, after Amazon easily outpaced its third-quarter earnings expectations. Via Cnn Money: Bezos owned nearly 80 million ...

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Sen. Lindsey Graham vouches for Bob Menendez

U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-Sc) called Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey “an honest and trustworthy man” Thursday during the federal corruption and bribery trial of the New Jersey Democrat. Graham was called as a character witness in the trial. Graham’s office Thursday morning released a statement about his involvement in the trial. “Today, Senator Graham is testifying in federal district ...

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Why Democrat Attacks on Trump’s Mental Health are a Direct Threat to Democracy

The undeniable reason why Democrats in both the House and Senate have once again found themselves questioning Trump’s “mental health” is simple, they still can’t believe he’s the President. Toss in the fact that Trump won Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan, it only adds up to one scenario. That is, Donald Trump couldn’t have possibly won this election legitimately. Not only is ...

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Senator John McCain Attacks Trump Again

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Senator John McCain, during an interview with C-SPAN about the Vietnam War that ran over the weekend, said this: “One aspect of the conflict, by the way, that I will never, ever countenance is that we drafted the lowest income level of America, and the highest income level found a doctor that would say they had a bone spur. That ...

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Rep Wilson claims Niger is Trump’s Benghazi

President Donald Trump has repeatedly referred to  Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fl) as the “wacky Congresswoman,” He’s not wrong. Wilson fired back on Sunday morning, saying that the ambush in Niger that left four US soldiers dead “is (Trump’s) Benghazi” and demanding an apology to “the nation” from White House chief of staff John Kelly. “Niger is @realDonaldTrump’s Benghazi. He needs ...

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Vikings Win, Packers Star QB May Be Out for Season

The Minnesota Vikings beat the Green Bay Packers Sunday in a scrappy all-around game. The Vikings’ 23-10 win was their second straight in the division. The Packers lost Aaron Rodgers to a broken right collarbone in the first quarter, when Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr knocked him to the ground after Rodgers threw a pass to Martellus Bennett. The Packers have suffered ...

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Sean Hannity and Senator Ben Sasse Feud over Trump

Sean Hannity and Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) have gone back and forth over President Trump‘s criticism of news outlets and his recent tweets suggesting television news outlets’ licenses be evaluated and possibly revoked. Hannity’s comeback to Sasse’s criticism was remarkably funny. “Call me when you repeal ObamaCare loser.” Hannity also stated:  “one the biggest mistakes” I ever made was supporting the conservative ...

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Burgess Owens Sides With President Trump on NFL Controversy

Former NFL star Burgess Owens has come out big with his support for President Trump in regards to his handling of the National Football League controversy. Owens has been on Fox and Friends, Tucker Carlson tonight and even Hannity to discuss his thoughts on players kneeling for the national anthem. Owens said this is not a black or white American ...

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Tucker Carlson takes on Hollywood over Weinstein

 Tucker Carlson’s Thoughts: The Hollywood elite, liberal political establishment, the mainstream media and Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance are all responsible for legitimizing and enabling Harvey Weinstein‘s alleged sexual misdeeds. They’re now lying to cover their tracks. Via Real Clear Politics “Tucker Carlson: Politicians and Media Enabled Weinstein, “They’re Now Lying To Cover Their Tracks” TUCKER CARLSON, FOX NEWS HOST: ...

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Billionaire Richard Branson Invests Heavily in the Hyperloop

Richard Branson is an English business magnate, investor, and philanthropist. He founded the Virgin Group, which controls more than 400 companies. Mr. Branson is the seventh-wealthiest British billionaire by net worth. On Thursday the billionaire placed another bet on the future with an investment in Hyperloop One, which is developing super high-speed transportation systems. Richard Branson’s Virgin Group to take ...

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John Kelly: “I’m not quitting”

John Kelly White House Press Briefing 10-12-17

White House Chief of Staff Gen John Kelly made an unexpected appearance at Thursday’s White House press briefing to assure reporters that he is “not quitting” and is “not frustrated” with his job — in an apparent swipe at rampant media reports. “I’m not quitting today. I don’t think I’m being fired today. I am not so frustrated in this ...

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West Virgnia Senator Joe Manchin extremely vulnerable in 2018

JOe Manchin

West Virginia  Incumbent: Joe Manchin (D-WV) Republicans look poised to pick off a Democratic Senate seat come 2018 in West Virginia. Trump carried West Virginia with 68% of the vote in 2016. Jim Justice, the state’s governor changed his party registration from the Democratic Party to the GOP at a Trump rally in Huntington, West Virginia back in early August. ...

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Nielsen Tapped to Run Homeland Security

President Trump Wednesday announced plans to nominate Kirstjen Nielsen, John Kelly’s deputy chief of staff as the new secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. Trump had kind words for Ms. Nielsen as he noted her “extensive professional experience in the areas of homeland security policy and strategy, cybersecurity, critical infrastructure and emergency management.” She is the first nominee for ...

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College Player Cut After Kneeling During National Anthem

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Gyree Durante, an Albright College football player was dismissed from the team for kneeling during the National Anthem before Saturday’s game against Delaware Valley University. Albright College is a Division III program based in Reading, Pennsylvania. A statement from a school spokesperson was given to  Mark Schlabach of ESPN.com who said the Lions’ leadership council voted to stand during the national anthem and ...

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