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House Democrats Lie About Mueller Investigation In Fundraising Emails

  by Peter Hasson Congressional Democrats are now lying to their supporters about the Russia investigation in an effort to pump up their fundraising efforts ahead of the midterm elections. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) sent out a pair of fundraising emails on Monday that claimed if they got enough signatures, President Donald Trump would be “forced” to interview ...

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Everything You Need To Know About Gina Haspel

  by Robert Donachie President Donald Trump’s pick to become the director of the CIA, Gina Haspel, will appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee Wednesday, kicking off the Senate confirmation process for what is already shaping up to be another contentious Trump nominee. Haspel, if confirmed, will replace Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as the next director of one the ...

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Michelle Obama Slams Female Trump Voters: ‘What Is Going On In Our Heads?’

  by Peter Hasson Former first lady Michelle Obama slammed female supporters of President Donald Trump on Saturday and claimed they voted against Hillary Clinton before they aren’t “comfortable” with the idea of a woman president. “In light of this last election I’m concerned about women, about how we think about ourselves and each other. I think more about what ...

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Four Reasons You’ll Pay More At The Pump This Summer

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  by Robert Donachie A combination of geopolitical events, environmental regulations, and rising demand will beset U.S. commuters with higher-than-average gas prices this summer. Pump prices typically rise during the summer months as Americans take to the open roads for vacation trips. Currently, the national average price for gasoline is about $2.80 a gallon — a sharp uptick from $2.40 ...

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Facebook Looking Into Allegation That ‘Privileged Access’ Employee Used Company Tech To Stalk Women

  by Eric Lieberman The founder of a cybersecurity consulting startup said Sunday that she believes an unknown security engineer at Facebook is using special internal technology to stalk women on the internet. “I have Tinder logs,” Jackie Stokes of Spyglass Security wrote on Twitter, referencing the highly popular dating app. “What should I do with this information?” I’ve been ...

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‘Orwellian Nonsense’: Trump Says US Companies Are Done Playing China’s Political Correctness Game

  by Ryan Pickrell The Trump administration made it clear Saturday that Beijing will not be allowed to export censorship and its own Communist Party brand of political correctness to the rest of the world. The Chinese government sent a threatening letter on April 25 to dozens of international airlines warning that they would face severe consequences if they failed ...

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Embattled FBI Lawyer Lisa Page Has Resigned

  by Chuck Ross The FBI attorney, who exchanged anti-Trump text messages with another bureau official, resigned on Friday, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned. The lawyer, Lisa Page, tendered her resignation, the FBI confirmed. Page has faced months of scrutiny over the text messages, which she exchanged with Peter Strzok, the former deputy chief of the FBI’s counterintelligence ...

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White House Is Taking An Axe To Congress’ Massive Spending Spree

  by Robert Donachie President Donald Trump’s administration is going to roll out a recision package Monday that will claw back $11 billion from what Congress has already agreed to spend, a GOP aide told The Daily Caller News Foundation. TheDCNF was the first to report on May 2 the president was looking to roll back $25 billion, but that figure changed ...

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Surveillance Footage Shows Military Aircraft Nosedive Into The Earth In Georgia, Killing Nine

  by Ryan Pickrell A Puerto Rico Air National Guard WC-130 military transport aircraft nosedived shortly after takeoff in Savannah, Ga., Wednesday, ending the lives of the nine people on board. The plane went down off Highway 21, creating a massive fireball when it hit. Witnesses told reporters that it sounded like a bomb going off when the fatal crash ...

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Facebook Plans To ‘Dial Up’ Suppression Of News Outlets

  by Peter Hasson Facebook plans to “dial up” the suppression of certain news outlets, CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed on Tuesday. Zuckerberg made the comment while holding an off-the-record meeting with a select group of media outlets. Zuckerberg briefly went on the record at the end of the meeting to answer questions about Facebook’s recent changes to the newsfeed, according ...

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Pompeo Says Israel Documents Show Nuclear Deal ‘Built On Iran’s Lies’

  by Will Racke Documents obtained by Israel prove that Iran never intended to halt its development of nuclear weapons even as it was negotiating a deal with the U.S. and other world powers to do just that, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday. “For many years, the Iranian regime has insisted to the world that its nuclear program ...

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Rapper Calls On Gangs To Attack Kanye West After Trump Comments

  by Joe Simonson Kanye West may need to watch his back next time he hits the town in Los Angeles after a rapper called on the city’s gang members to assault him because of his support for President Donald Trump. The threat came over Instagram from Daz Dillinger, a former member of Snoop Dogg’s 1990s rapping entourage, Tha Dogg Pound duo. ...

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Migrants From Central American Caravan Caught Scaling The Border Fences

  by Ryan Pickrell The caravan of migrants from Central America seeking asylum in the U.S. has arrived at the border, and some people associated with the group have already been caught scaling the border fences. “Several groups of people associated with the Central American caravan” illegally entered the U.S. “by climbing over the dilapidated scrap metal border fence on either side ...

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Conservative Groups Stand Against Carbon Tax

  by Jason Hopkins A coalition of conservative and free-market think tanks are heaping praise on an anti-carbon tax resolution that was recently introduced in the lower chamber of Congress. Americans for Tax Reform, along with more than 20 like-minded organizations, issued a joint statement Thursday in support of a House resolution that explicitly condemns a tax on carbon dioxide pollution. ...

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Officer Shot Near US-Mexico Border With AK-47: Source

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  by Peter Hasson A police officer from the border town of Nogales, Ariz., was shot and killed on Friday, with what law enforcement believe was an AK-47, a source with direct knowledge of the situation told The Daily Caller News Foundation. The suspect is believed to have car-jacked a vehicle before shooting the Nogales Police Department officer who pulled ...

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