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CHELSEA SCHILLING — When it comes to horrific school attacks and shootings, "See something, say something, do something" is apparently a policy that really does save innocent lives. Police, schools and parents are stopping school attacks across America by taking the threats seriously, reporting them and quickly arresting the students before there's ever a massacre.... (more)


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WASHINGTON EXAMINER — After the horrific shooting which took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., a spotlight is being placed on another Florida school's cutting-edge program to protect students. Southeastern University is the only college campus in the Sunshine State to allow staff to carry guns on campus.... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES — Some students are calling for tougher gun-control laws after escaping last week's horrific massacre in Parkland, Florida, but another school-shooting survivor is going in a different direction. Colorado House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, who attended Columbine High School at the time of the 1999 mass shooting, has again introduced legislation to remove limitations on concealed carry in K-12 schools.... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES — President Trump announced Tuesday he is moving to ban "bump stock" accessories for semi-automatic firearms, and that he's considering other gun measures in the wake of last week's mass school shooting in Florida. Mr. Trump signed a directive ordering Attorney General Jeff Sessions to craft regulations banning "bump stocks" and other devices that turn semi-automatic firearms into automatic weapons. The president said the new federal guidelines will be finalized "very soon."... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES — No war here; we can't have guns. The Elk Grove Historical Society has had to cancel a long-planned Revolutionary War re-enactment set for April because of the California city's anti-gun laws. According to a report on TV station KOVR-13, the CBS affiliate in Sacramento, the Society was told to cancel its history lesson because it involved the firing of black-powder muskets from the 18th century.... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES — They aren't calling him "Lyin' Ted" anymore. Sen. Ted Cruz's stock is rising among members of President Trump's base who feel double-crossed after the president offered amnesty to illegals in the immigration debate. Some who opposed Mr. Cruz in his 2016 run for the White House are even clamoring for the Texas Republican to mount a primary challenge to Mr. Trump in 2020.... (more)


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NATIONAL REVIEW — Mitt's back. The former governor of Massachusetts and occasional native son of Michigan has a new persona: Mr. Utah. He's going to bring Utah conservatism to the whole Republican party and to the country at large. Wholesome, efficient, industrious, faithful. "Utah has a lot to teach the politicians in Washington," he says in announcing his Senate campaign. Maybe.... (more)


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WORLDNETDAILY — The Palestinians have not been pleased with the Trump administration's new tone at the United Nations. Where the Obama administration often acquiesced to the Palestinians demands, the new attitude is that America's greatest Middle East ally, Israel, deserves some respect. And will get it.... (more)


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WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Newspaper columnists and political commentators have raised the specter that President Trump is politically owned by the Kremlin or even guilty of treason following last week's indictments related to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.... (more)


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BOB UNRUH — Democrats are offended by President Donald Trump, by his victory, by what he does, likely even by his very existence, and they are laying "traps" every day to try to remove him from office, says talk-radio star Rush Limbaugh.... (more)


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WES VERNON — In case you haven't noticed, there is a media war in America today. Not the usual race for ratings. This is serious business, where the survival of our country hangs in the balance. You may have noticed that for the first time our in our nation's history, there is a serious effort to overthrow a duly elected President of the United States by inflaming political tensions. The main battlefield for this "soft coup" attempt is the media.... (more)


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ALAN KEYES — Though there are notable exceptions, my life experience suggests that people with a lot of power and money have trouble trusting their fate to anything else. Of course, this is what Christ's encounter with the wealthy ruler in Luke 18:18-23 (compare with a similar account in Mark 10:17-31) leads us to expect. The ruler comes to Christ asking: "Good Master, what must I do to inherit eternal Life?"... (more)


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JERRY NEWCOMBE — U. S. Senator Rand Paul from Kentucky is beginning to sound like a lone voice in the wilderness. He's decrying the recent budget deal that will add significantly to the national debt. Our politicians are spending money and racking up debts like there's no tomorrow.... (more)


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BRYAN FISCHER — I know a man who was living in a neighborhood when a salesman came door to door selling home security systems. He told the salesman he already had one."What's your security system?" he asked. The man replied, "God and a loaded gun."... (more)


3 days ago
SELWYN DUKE — We don't know the student's name, but we do know that he hit a nerve -- in fact, he hit a whole bunch of them. Identified only as a boy of Asian descent at C.K. McClatchy High School in California, the teen's recent science-fair project, "Race and IQ," propounded the thesis that differences in groups' average intelligence influence their academic performance.... (more)


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CHUCK NORRIS — Forgive my forwardness, but I know what could radically reduce gun violence on U.S. school campuses without adding more gun regulations, placing more restrictions on the mentally ill, outlawing guns or even involving Washington, D.C. And I bet it could be enacted sooner than any other proposed remedy.... (more)


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BYRON YORK — There's been no shortage of breathless reaction to Trump-Russia special prosecutor Robert Mueller's indictment of 13 Russians and three Russian organizations for their efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election. "An attack that -- but for the loss of life -- is as bad as Pearl Harbor," tweeted veteran journalist Jonathan Alter.... (more)


4 days ago
BOB UNRUH — A grand jury indictment released Friday by Special Counsel Robert Mueller accuses 13 Russian nationals and three companies of interfering in the 2016 presidential election. The indictment says the nationals, posing as Americans, contacted members of the Trump campaign. But authorities said there was no allegation any American was a knowing participant.... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES — President Trump said Friday that the indictments against 13 Russians for interfering in the 2016 presidential election show that his campaign didn't collude with Moscow, and that he beat Hillary Clinton fair and square. "Russia started their anti-US campaign in 2014, long before I announced that I would run for President," Mr. Trump tweeted. "The results of the election were not impacted. The Trump campaign did nothing wrong - no collusion!"... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES — The Christopher Steele dossier allegation that an "extensive conspiracy" existed between the Donald Trump campaign and the Kremlin wasn't borne out in the special counsel's first charges of Russian election interference. Special Counsel Robert Mueller brought a grand jury indictment against 13 Russians for interfering in the election via social media posts, false American identities and fake political groups. The indictment and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said no Americans knowingly took part.... (more)


5 days ago
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — The Bolshevik Revolution turned 100 last October. As Friday's indictment of Russia's Internet Research Agency reminds us, it's been 100 years of tyrannical and murderous Russian regimes working to subvert democracy wherever they can and distort American public opinion by any means they can devise.... (more)


5 days ago
LOS ANGELES TIMES — With an ode to his adopted home state of Utah and swipes at Washington and President Trump, Mitt Romney launched a political comeback Friday by announcing his bid for U.S. Senate. Revealing his intentions in a 2/12 minute video, filled with uplifting images of family and the state's rugged beauty, Romney signaled his intention to run a localized campaign rooted in an old political standby: criticism of the Beltway and its noxious political culture.... (more)


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CBS NEWS / YOUTUBE — Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the Republican Party's presidential nominee in 2012, is officially running for Senate in Utah. The head of Utah's Republican Party has criticized Romney for not having enough ties to the state. He moved there after losing the 2012 election. Matt Canham, senior managing editor of the Salt Lake Tribune, breaks down the latest with CBSN.... (more)


5 days ago
SUNSENTINEL — Stoneman Douglas High School girls basketball player Maddy Wilford -- who was shot several times and 'fighting for her life' in the immediate aftermath of Wednesday's Parkland shooting -- is now in stable condition and received a visit from President Trump and the First Lady late Friday night.... (more)


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NEW YORK POST — The FBI was warned last month that Nikolas Cruz was an armed psycho who might shoot up a school -- but it didn't bother investigating, the agency admitted Friday... (more)

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