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December 20, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — Students at Pierce College will be able to pass out copies of the U.S. Constitution without conditions after two years of legal wrangling. The California school's "free speech" zone the size of a few parking spaces, which hindered student Kevin Shaw in 2016, will no longer be an issue. The Los Angeles Community College District settled the lawsuit and will abolish the policy that prevented him from passing out Spanish-language copies of the document.... (more)


December 20, 2018
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — The abortion debate in America could learn a lot from Italy, a country whose abortion rate has been steadily declining because doctors are simply refusing to do them. PRI reports that even though abortion was legalized in Italy 40 years ago, access to abortion has been declining, as has the number of abortions, because so many doctors are simply objecting to the procedure.... (more)


December 19, 2018
NEWSMAX — The wall along the U.S.-Mexico border will be a "beautiful" structure made of "artistically designed steel slats" you can see through, President Donald Trump said Tuesday. "The Democrats, are saying loud and clear that they do not want to build a Concrete Wall -- but we are not building a Concrete Wall, we are building artistically designed steel slats, so that you can easily see through it," Trump tweeted.... (more)


December 19, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — President Trump has asked all Cabinet agencies to find extra money that could be used to build his border wall, the White House said Tuesday. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Mr. Trump has asked all federal agencies "to look and see if they have money that can be used for that purpose." "We're looking at every possible avenue available to us," she said.... (more)


December 19, 2018
NEWSMAX — Thirty-four percent of Republicans say they would contribute money to help pay for President Donald Trump's wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, according to a poll conducted by conservative-leaning Rasmussen Reports.... (more)


December 18, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — The Senate on Tuesday approved the most sweeping prison reform bill in years, voting to cut sentences of tens of thousands of inmates while also boosting access to programs designed to keep them from ending up back behind bars again. The measure cleared on an 87-12 vote, and marks a major bipartisan victory for President Trump, who had pressured GOP leaders to pass it this year, before lawmakers closed down Congress.... (more)


December 18, 2018
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — The Nation of Islam and its leaders have received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the U.S. government since 2008 to teach religious study programs for federal prison inmates, according to records reviewed by the Washington Examiner.... (more)


December 18, 2018
WORLDNETDAILY — It took only hours for a lawsuit to be filed after the federal government on Tuesday announced a ban on gun bump stocks. The complaint by the Firearms Policy Coalition, the Firearms Policy Foundation, the Madison Society Foundation and others targets a final rule published by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.... (more)


December 18, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — They are holding hands, beaming with smiles, gazing steadily into the camera and situated among gorgeous Christmas trees in the Cross Hall of the White House. The first couple look happy, and in good spirits. The White House has released the official Christmas portrait of President Trump and first lady Melania Trump, who wears a stunning white dress. The photo was taken during a Congressional party on Saturday evening and drew considerable media coverage.... (more)


December 18, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — The timeline that fired FBI Director James Comey provided to lawmakers on who funded the anti-Trump dossier conflicts with court filings and congressional testimony. Mr. Comey, in House testimony for which a transcript was released Tuesday, maintained that Republicans first financed the dossier, then the Democrats.... (more)


December 18, 2018
NEWSMAX — Multiple tech companies had access to Facebook users' data in recent years, a revelation uncovered by The New York Times. The Times published a detailed report about the practice Tuesday night, which gave companies like Netflix, Microsoft, Spotify, Pandora, Amazon, and others access to users' data, friend lists, and in some cases even private messages.... (more)


December 18, 2018
ALAN KEYES — According to the report I read in the Washington Times, after speaking by phone with U.S. President Donald Trump, Mexican President Lopez Obrador tweeted, "In respectful and friendly terms, we spoke about the migration issue and the possibility of implementing a joint program of development and job creation in Central America and our country." If accurate, the new Mexican president's sense of their conversation may be a hopeful sign for both countries.... (more)


December 17, 2018
CLIFF KINCAID — Some of President Trump's biggest supporters on the Religious Right are now facing humiliation over Justice Brett Kavanaugh's recent ruling in favor of Planned Parenthood. Kavanaugh, Trump's second nominee to the court, joined with Chief Justice John Roberts and the liberal justices to declare that Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion provider, had a constitutional right to taxpayer money.... (more)


December 17, 2018
THE HILL — White House senior adviser Stephen Miller on Sunday predicted that the Affordable Care Act will ultimately be struck down by the Supreme Court. "I believe that's the likeliest outcome, because ObamaCare has always been unconstitutional," Miller said on CBS's "Face the Nation." Miller's prediction came after a federal judge in Texas on Friday ruled that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional.... (more)


December 17, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — A federal judge's ruling that the Obama health law is unconstitutional has landed like a stink bomb among Republicans, who've seen the politics of health care flip as Americans increasingly value the overhaul's core parts, including protections for pre-existing medical conditions and Medicaid for more low-income people.... (more)


December 17, 2018
DAILY SIGNAL — A judge has declared Obamacare unconstitutional--but the case is far from over. U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor, a George W. Bush appointee, granted a motion for summary judgment Friday in favor of 20 states led by Texas that had filed a lawsuit seeking to strike down the Affordable Care Act.... (more)


December 17, 2018
CHERYL K. CHUMLEY — A new video from the American Association of Evangelicals reveals how George Soros, through his many funding ventures, has been busily infiltrating the Christian base in America to divide, and ultimately conquer, the religious minded within the Republican Party. Truly, with the left, political wars know no bounds. Nothing's sacred; not when it comes to the leftists' drive to succeed.... (more)


December 17, 2018
ROBERT KNIGHT — Ross Douthat, a columnist for The New York Times, says the culture war in America may not be so much about secularism or atheism replacing Christianity but the rise of an old Christian foe -- paganism. This ancient religion differs from atheism in that it allows for a spiritual dimension to life and creation, but not an omnipotent, benevolent God. The power is in the creation itself, which is why so many New Age adherents find divinity when they look at a sunset, a flower, or in some cases, their own mirror image.... (more)


December 17, 2018
YAHOO NEWS — Fewer than half the residents of Salt Lake County belong to the Mormon church, according to new figures that illustrate how Utah's largest county is becoming more religiously diverse.... (more)


December 17, 2018
NATIONAL REVIEW — I pictured her arriving on a skateboard, midriff bare, singing a Katy Perry tune. I pictured twerking. Instead, Mary Poppins Returns is a seamless continuation of the story, free of all modern rubbish and defiantly lacking in edge.... (more)


December 17, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — A Revolutionary Guard general who fought in Syria and Iraq has accidentally killed himself while cleaning a gun. A Sunday report on the Guard's website said Gen. Ghodratollah Mansouri earlier today accidentally shot himself in the head while cleaning his pistol. The report said Mansouri was veteran of the 1980s Iran-Iraq war and a "defender of the shrine," a reference to Iranians who fight the extremist Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq.... (more)


December 15, 2018
DENVER POST — A conservative federal judge in Texas on Friday ruled the Affordable Care Act "invalid" on the eve of the sign-up deadline for next year. But with appeals certain, even the Trump White House said the law will remain in place for now.... (more)


December 15, 2018
FOX NEWS — President Trump on Friday named White House budget director Mick Mulvaney as his new acting chief of staff, saying the former South Carolina Republican congressman will replace John Kelly as his top aide.... (more)


December 15, 2018
WORLDNETDAILY — The Defense Intelligence Agency is resisting efforts by Congress to declassify a document that would exonerate Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, according to investigative reporter John Solomon of The Hill. Solomon told the Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity Thursday night that the document has been "identified to a small number of people in the United State government."... (more)


December 15, 2018
WORLDNETDAILY — The Obama administration was frantically distributing to Democratic senators classified information in support of claims of Trump campaign collusion with Russia even as Donald Trump was preparing to be inaugurated, according to newly obtained emails.... (more)