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August 26, 2017
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Illinois Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed legislation Friday that would have raised his state's minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2022, up from its current level of $8.25, one dollar above the federal minimum. Rauner said the rate would not be the comprehensive solution needed to expand the economy and create jobs.... (more)


August 24, 2017
WORLDNETDAILY Judge Roy Moore appears to be steamrolling his way to the U.S. Senate, having finished No. 1 among several candidates for the Republican nomination, beating President Trump's endorsed candidate Luther Strange who he will face in a Sept. 26 runoff.... (more)


August 24, 2017
BREITBART Palin's endorsement of Moore--the former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court--ahead of the Sept. 26 runoff is a huge momentum booster for the conservative candidate as he extends his commanding lead in the polls over Strange.... (more)


August 24, 2017
THE HILL Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore has taken a commanding 18-point lead in Alabama's Republican Senate primary runoff, according to a poll released Wednesday.... (more)


August 24, 2017
WESLEY PRUDEN The daily newspaper was not so long ago the king of the mountain, only to become in many places a pale, wrinkled princeling with tired blood, run over by not-so-great entertainers and pipsqueak purveyors of the shallow and the silly -- and sometimes the fake -- on the internet. As the president might say, "sad."... (more)


August 24, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES An elite charter school in California has been rocked by scandal since the end of the last school year, when a kindergarten teacher read her class a pair of books advocating transgender ideology, and a male kindergartener was reintroduced to the class as a girl.... (more)


August 24, 2017
THE HILL Former Obama advisor David Axelrod on Wednesday cautioned against talk that President Trump is unfit for office, saying it opens the door to a potentially "dangerous road." "The inference was that somehow there should be some effort to remove him, or at least that's how some people would have heard it," Axelrod told CNN's "The Situation Room."... (more)


August 24, 2017
CNN By trying to avoid an embarrassing ordeal, ESPN has embarrassed itself. On Tuesday night, the network confirmed that its management moved an Asian-American announcer, Robert Lee, off the University of Virginia's home opener football game "simply because of the coincidence of his name."... (more)


August 24, 2017
VICTOR DAVIS HANSON Much of the country has demanded the elimination of references to, and images of, people of the past -- from Christopher Columbus to Robert E. Lee -- who do not meet our evolving standards of probity.... (more)


August 24, 2017
NEWSMAX Newt Gingrich, who was a history professor before he entered politics, does not have encouraging words for people hoping America's fractured society can kiss and make up. Appearing Wednesday on Fox News Channel's "Tucker Carlson Tonight," the former House speaker compared the current divide to the Civil War era.... (more)


August 24, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES President Trump has pinned the blame for his stalled agenda on Congress, chastising lawmakers of both parties who stand in his way and urging the Republican-run Senate to abolish filibuster rules in order to ram though bills for a border wall, tax cuts and a replacement of Obamacare.... (more)


August 24, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES A conservative Christian media group has slapped the Southern Poverty Law Center with a defamation lawsuit after being listed alongside neo-Nazis and white supremacists on its "hate map."... (more)


August 24, 2017
GARTH KANT The venerated journalistic institution the Washington Post, which recently adopted the slogan "Democracy Dies in Darkness," published a column Wednesday by a spokesman for the "Prince of Darkness" who blamed Christianity for slavery and white supremacism.... (more)


August 24, 2017
WORLDNETDAILY "Anti-fascism" is all the rage (literally) in America today. Some media outlets excused the violent actions of the "Antifa," or "anti-fascists" in Charlottesville, Virginia, because they opposed white supremacists and neo-Nazis.... (more)


August 24, 2017
NEWSMAX The White House is expected to send guidance to the Pentagon in coming days on how to implement a new administration ban on transgender people in the military, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. Under the policy, Defense Secretary James Mattis can consider a service member's ability to deploy as the primary legal test for deciding whether to discharge them from the military.... (more)


August 24, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES President Trump's willingness to brave a government shutdown in order to get funding for his border wall roiled Capitol Hill, where Democrats on Wednesday called him reckless and redoubled their promise to resist anymore money for the president's immigration crackdown plans.... (more)


August 24, 2017
NEWSMAX President Donald Trump -- who has already hinted he is ready to pardon controversial ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio -- will do so "at the appropriate time," according to his press secretary.... (more)


August 24, 2017
NEWSMAX Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, complimented President Donald Trump on Wednesday for his speech in Arizona Tuesday night, saying it shows the qualities that got him elected.... (more)


August 24, 2017
NEWSMAX The Wall Street Journal editor-in-chief Gerard Baker early Wednesday sent out emails criticizing his staff over "commentary dressed up as news reporting" over the coverage of President Donald Trump's rally in Phoenix, according to emails reviewed by The New York Times.... (more)


August 24, 2017
WORLDNETDAILY A Muslim who was born and raised in the Middle East is comparing the Associated Press Stylebook, a guide for American journalists on spelling and word usage, to the Quran, according to a report in Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.... (more)


August 24, 2017
LIAM CLANCY The United States is under threat from shadowy jihadi groups, and the government is turning a blind eye. That's the belief of Chris Gaubatz, a man who went undercover as a Muslim convert to gather intelligence on Muslim organizations in the United States.... (more)


August 23, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES President Bill Clinton's decision in 1996 to create the sprawling Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah was so incredibly controversial that he couldn't even set foot in the state to make the announcement, instead holding a photo-op at the Grand Canyon in neighboring Arizona.... (more)


August 23, 2017
LAS VEGAS SUN A federal jury in Las Vegas refused Tuesday to convict four defendants who were retried on accusations that they threatened and assaulted federal agents by wielding assault weapons in a 2014 confrontation to stop a cattle roundup near the Nevada ranch of states' rights figure Cliven Bundy.... (more)


August 22, 2017
WES VERNON "Is Truth Dead?" That headline was blazed across the cover of Time magazine in April by a headline writer who stumbled onto what is actually going on. This column has been warning for so long now that years of threats, infiltration, and sellouts are making the United States ripe for a takeover by its enemies, longstanding as well as relatively "new." This column has been warning for so long now that years of threats, infiltration, and sellouts are making the United States ripe for a takeover by its enemies, longstanding as well as relatively "new."... (more)


August 21, 2017
ALAN KEYES Then came Peter to him, and said, "Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? Until seven times?" Jesus says unto him, "I say not unto you, Until seven times, but until seventy time seven." (Matthew 18: 21-22)... (more)