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McCain’s DACA Fix Is Likely Dead On Arrival

John McCain

  by Robert Donachie GOP Sen. John McCain is introducing a legislative fix for the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that will likely infuriate Republicans and the White House. McCain, along with Democratic Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware, will announce a bill Monday that provides a pathway to citizenship for roughly 800,000 illegal immigrants, no funding for the president’s ...

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How To Watch The Super Bowl Online

  by Robert Donachie The New England Patriots take on The Philadelphia Eagles Sunday night in Super Bowl 52 and there are a few ways viewers can watch it absolutely free. The Daily Caller News Foundation has put together a few ways you can watch the Super Bowl tonight even if you don’t have a cable subscription. So grab a ...

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Gingrich’s Advice On Republicans Winning 2018: Toughen Up

Newt Gingrich

  by Nick Givas Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich gave the GOP his playbook on how to keep the House in Republican hands in the coming November, saying they have to toughen up and hit back if they want to win. “We are not tough enough, we’re not fast enough, we don’t think aggressively enough,” Gingrich said Wednesday at the ...

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Former Judge: Ohr, Comey Could Be Held In Contempt Of Court For Misrepresentations

James Comey looking down

  by Luke Rosiak A FISA court judge has grounds to hold Department of Justice officials including Bruce Ohr in contempt of court for making misrepresentations about the sources of information used to obtain a surveillance warrant against a Trump associate, a former judge and Republican congressman said. “I think it’s important to know who the FISA judge was, and ...

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Pelosi Resorts To Hysterical Russia-Bating In Attack On Nunes Memo

  by Will Racke House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Friday that President Donald Trump’s decision to release a controversial memo about potential abuses of surveillance law was a “bouquet” for “his friend Putin.” Pelosi said the memo, authored by California Rep. Devin Nunes and other House Republicans, was nothing more than a “cynical attempt” to discredit the intelligence community ...

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Gun Rights Advocates Score Victory With Latest Illinois Supreme Court Ruling

  by Nick Givas The Illinois Supreme Court rejected a state ban on possessing a firearm within 1000 feet of a public park Thursday and said parks do not fall under the scope of “sensitive places,” Reason reports. The state argued possessing a firearm near public parks should be illegal under the District of Columbia v. Heller Supreme Court decision. Heller established certain areas ...

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Rand Paul goes on Colbert, schools him on oversight

  by Henry Rodgers Sen. Rand Paul said he believes there is a potential problem with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, Wednesday night on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Colbert asked Paul if he thinks the four-page FISA memo, which alleges top officials in the FBI and Department of Justice misled a federal surveillance ...

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‘Conservative’ NYT Columnists Have A Habit Of Telling Americans They’re Worse Than Immigrants

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  by Will Racke The stable of right-of-center opinion writers at The New York Times is not known for its viewpoint diversity. David Brooks, Bret Stephens and Bari Weiss regularly offer predictable critiques of Trumpist populism, mixed in with Manhattan- and Beltway-approved opinions on divisive social issues. Brooks and Stephens, in particular, have achieved a remarkable synergy in their writing ...

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House Intel Dems Leak Bad Info About Nunes Memo And The Daily Beast Eats It Up

  by Jack Crowe In yet another example of the damaging relationship between Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee and the media, The Daily Beast incorrectly reported Tuesday that GOP Rep. Devin Nunes of California, the chairman of the intel panel, refused to say whether he cooperated with the White House in drafting his much-discussed memo detailing partisanship within the ...

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DNC Running On Fumes Heading Into Midterm Elections

  by Andrew Kerr The Democratic National Committee raised $5.2 million in December, bringing its total 2017 fundraising haul to $66 million, according to paperwork filed Wednesday evening to the Federal Election Commission. The total is about half of the Republican National Committee’s estimated 2017 fundraising total of $132.5 million. In addition to being outraised by nearly a factor of two, the DNC’s ...

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Huge Majority Of Americans Liked What They Heard From Trump On Immigration Policy

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  by Will Racke President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union speech was mostly well-received by the American public, and his remarks on immigration policy were no exception, according to a poll of people who watched the address. Outlining his policy vision for the upcoming year, Trump used inclusive rhetoric to defend a strongly nationalist immigration agenda. He offered ...

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Teacher Yanked From Classroom After Bashing US Military

  by Grace Carr A California teacher has been pulled out of the classroom after a student posted a video of him bashing the military and calling its members low lives. “Think about the people who you know who are over there. Your freaking stupid Uncle Louie or whatever. They’re dumb—-s. They’re not like high-level thinkers, they’re not academic people, ...

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Emergency Worker Who Sent False Missile Alert Fired For Scaring The Crap Out Of Hawaii

Launch of Hwasong-12 Missile by North Korea 5-14-17

  by Ryan Pickrell The emergency worker who terrified Hawaii with a false missile alert earlier this month has been fired, according to The Associated Press. A little over two weeks ago, the people of Hawaii woke up to a horrifying message: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT IN BOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.” The message was sent in error, but ...

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Study: Conservatives Are Hotter Than Liberals

  by Grace Carr Conservatives are more aesthetically pleasing than liberals, according to two political science professors who conducted multiple surveys to obtain their results. Published in the Politics and Life Sciences Journal, the Cambridge University Press December 2017 study — “Effects of Physical Attractiveness On Political Beliefs” — finds that attractive males and females identify as political conservatives. “Controlling ...

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