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December 2, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — Conservative author and lawyer Ben Shapiro says a San Francisco jury's decision to acquit an illegal immigrant of murder for the 2015 death of Kate Steinle encapsulates why voters put President Trump in the White House. Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was deported five times before the July 1, 2015, shooting death of Ms. Steinle on a San Francisco pier. Mr. Shapiro, a Harvard Law School graduate, told Fox News after Thursday verdict that it is inexplicable how Mr. Zarate escaped involuntary manslaughter charges after firing the weapon that killed Ms. Steinle.... (more)


December 2, 2017
NEWSMAX — Sen. Ted Cruz on Friday called on the Senate to pass "Kate's law" after an illegal immigrant was acquitted Thursday for fatally shooting Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier with her father in 2015.... (more)


December 2, 2017
ART MOORE — It's significant that Michael Flynn, President Trump's former national security adviser, pleaded guilty Friday to the "process crime" of lying to FBI agents rather than to a conspiracy of collusion, contends a former assistant U.S. attorney.... (more)


December 2, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — Law enforcement's failures in preparation, communication, and command-and-control created a perfect storm that contributed to the chaos surrounding the August 12 "Unite the Right" demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia, according to the results of an independent investigation released Friday.... (more)


December 1, 2017
CLIFF KINCAID — The words "national reckoning" are appearing with some regularity in media reports about various sex scandal cases. It's almost as if there is an unseen hand in the media orchestrating or coordinating in advance the presidential race in 2020, a year already being labeled "The Year of the Woman." It's designed to create an opportunity for California Democratic Party Senator and staunch feminist, Kamala Harris, to run as a presidential candidate. In this culmination of the "national reckoning," she's ready to take on the male power structure and break the glass ceiling. Where Hillary failed, Harris will succeed.... (more)


November 30, 2017
CBS-SF — Jurors Thursday afternoon acquitted the illegal immigrant accused of killing Kate Steinle as she walked with her father on a crowded San Francisco pier of all charges except for felony possession of a firearm.... (more)


November 30, 2017
BOB UNRUH — An archaic rule that is such a flagrant violation of the Constitution the American Bar Association and every other state in the union have discarded it now is being challenged in federal court in Alabama by a judge.... (more)


November 30, 2017
GREG COROMBOS — The power struggle at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is an easy legal decision in favor of the Trump administration, and Sen. Mike Lee says he hopes the change at the top will also lead to the bureau getting reined in or killed entirely.... (more)


November 30, 2017
WORLDNETDAILY — Russia is all over the news these days. The Democrats charge the Russians colluded with the Trump campaign to get him elected. The GOP says Hillary Clinton's financial windfall of some $140 million donated by Russians to her foundation should be investigated. It was Russian "sources" who supplied details of the largely discredited "dossier" about then-candidate Trump.... (more)


November 30, 2017
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES — A former member of the Nigerian government has claimed his countrymen are being "captured, mutilated and cooked like kebabs" by slave traders in Libya. Ex-culture minister Femi Fani-Kayode lamented the plight of sub-Saharan Africans who arrive on the Mediterranean coast dreaming of a new life in Europe only to be forced into slavery.... (more)


November 29, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — Alabama voters are increasingly skeptical of the accusations against GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore, according to new polling released this week that also shows Mr. Moore has recovered his lead in the race. In the middle of November Mr. Moore had lost his lead in the Change Research survey of voters, but is once again back on top in a survey Monday with a 49-44 advantage, the polling company said.... (more)


November 29, 2017
SUSAN FERRECHIO — The Senate voted Wednesday to open debate on a $1.4 trillion tax bill after Republican leaders worked out preliminary deals to the smooth over the concerns of several Republican lawmakers.... (more)


November 29, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — A federal court rejected efforts by anti-Trump forces to take acting control of the 1,600-employee Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, giving the Trump administration a high-profile victory Tuesday in a partisan clash with Democrats and appointees held over from the Obama administration.... (more)


November 29, 2017
NEWSMAX — Senior counsel for the House Intelligence Committee earlier this month urged Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., to pursue contempt of Congress citations against the FBI and Justice Department for failing to turn over key documents and an FBI witness in the probe over whether the Obama White House used the unsubstantiated "Trump Dossier" to surveil Trump associates, Fox News Channel reports.... (more)


November 29, 2017
BOB UNRUH — Even U.S. Supreme Court justices are wondering why members of the National Abortion Federation are being protected by a California judge's gag order on an undercover video in which an industry insider admits it's "a person, it's killing."... (more)


November 29, 2017
GREG COROMBOS — On Dec. 14, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to roll back Obama-era Internet regulations, a move that one commissioner tells WND and Radio America will reinvigorate broadband innovation and reduce the government's influence over the Internet while keeping important consumer protections in place.... (more)


November 29, 2017
THE COLLEGE FIX — Brown University is implementing a change to its graduate school application that will allow applicants to "self-identify" as persons of color. Multiple efforts by The College Fix to clarify the details of this change were ignored by campus officials.... (more)


November 29, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — The Catholic church is taking Metro to court after the Washington-area transit agency rejected an ad campaign promoting a website aimed at encouraging attendance at parishes throughout the D.C. area. WTOP Radio reported that the Archdiocese of Washington filed the lawsuit Tuesday after Metro rejected an advertisement promoting the website FindthePerfectGift.org. "Find the perfect gift," reads the ad's tag line, set against a backdrop depicting shepherds with their flock of sheep looking up into a starry sky.... (more)


November 29, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — President Trump took a jab Tuesday at the NFL's declining viewership after a week in which television ratings were down but the number of players refusing to stand for the national anthem was up.... (more)


November 29, 2017
NATIONAL REVIEW — Political commentator Bill Kristol opened his speech to the Sutherland Institute's annual gala in Salt Lake City earlier this month by noting how delighted he was to have spent time that evening with two of his favorite politicians: Senator Mike Lee and, of course, "Senator" Mitt Romney.... (more)


November 29, 2017
KUTV — The Salt Lake Tribune reports President Trump will visit Utah on Monday, Dec. 4 to announce the reduction of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments. Trump will be flying into Salt Lake City to make the announcement. He is reportedly not expected to spend the night in Utah.... (more)


November 27, 2017
ALAN KEYES — Because I am standing with Judge Roy Moore, I find myself within the circle of malice now focused on him by the forces of evil that are moving inexorably to procure the complete destruction of the Constitution and identity of the people of the United States. Their greatest enemy is God, of course, as He has shared Himself, in Spirit and Truth, in and through Jesus Christ.... (more)


November 27, 2017
BYRON YORK — It's one of the enduring misconceptions of the Trump-Russia affair. During the 2016 Republican convention, the story goes, the Trump campaign weakened a critical passage in the GOP platform to go easy on Russia. The Trump team acted, according to this narrative, as part of an ongoing conspiracy with Russian President Vladimir Putin to help Donald Trump win the White House.... (more)


November 27, 2017
PAUL BEDARD — The Obama-era Consumer Financial Protection Bureau under fire by the Trump administration has been a Democratic Party donor bank, its bureaucrats writing checks to liberals at a rate of 593 to one Republican.... (more)


November 27, 2017
BOB UNRUH — The Obama administration admitted in newly obtained documentation that it used illegal propaganda to try to persuade the American people to adopt its views on environmental issues, according to the Washington watchdog Judicial Watch.... (more)