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CLIFF KINCAID The Alabama win for Barack Obama's candidate Doug Jones confirms our thesis that Obama is running the Democratic Party and the anti-Trump resistance. Obama, who recently compared President Trump to Hitler, recorded a robocall in support of the Alabama Democrat, calling him a "fighter for equality, for progress." His notion of progress means suppressing the white vote and inciting black voters, who now believe by a margin of 72 percent that Trump should be impeached.... (more)


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BOB UNRUH Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., used to be a prosecutor. So he's not entirely new to the concept of evidence, investigations, charges and conflicts of interest. What he apparently doesn't understand is the FBI's idea of a "conflict-of-interest-free" special counsel's office, which employed a key investigator who helped clear a political candidate he supported and later targeted one he vehemently opposed.... (more)


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NEWSMAX Attorney and political analyst Alan Dershowitz said Wednesday he would like to see a "non-partisan commission" examine special counsel Robert Mueller's team and its investigation into claims the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.... (more)


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GREG COROMBOS A top lawyer in Texas says the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller appears to be nothing more than effort to charge people with crimes unrelated to Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign. He also said recent revelations of rampant partisanship on the part of prosecutors on Mueller's team ought to be the death blow to the probe.... (more)


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NEWSMAX Former Fox News star Bill O'Reilly believes the FBI has been compromised and no longer carries the gravitas it once did. "No doubt in my mind, and I'm a big law enforcement guy as you may know . . . I've lost faith in the FBI," O'Reilly told Newsmax TV's John Bachman on "Newsmax Now."... (more)


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BYRON YORK Yes, the release of texts sent between top FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page show that both loathed Donald Trump while they were working on investigations involving Trump as a presidential candidate and later as president. Of course, lots of federal employees loathe Trump. It would be hard for all of them to recuse themselves from government matters, although it is probably not a great idea to have them play key roles in high-stakes probes that could have a momentous effect on the presidency.... (more)


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WASHINGTON EXAMINER Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, announced on Thursday that it filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the FBI regarding records related to Peter Strzok, a top FBI counterintelligence agent who was part of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia inquiry team before being demoted due to critical messages about President Trump.... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to dismantle net neutrality, moving to spur innovation and investment by loosening the federal government's grip on the internet over the outraged objections of progressives who insist the repeal will destroy it.... (more)


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GROVER NORQUIST As the Federal Communications Commission approached a vote on the Restoring Internet Freedom Order at its December open meeting, the Left got frantic, claiming it would bring about the end of the internet as we know it and even the end of democracy.... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES The Senate confirmed President Trump's 19th federal judge Thursday, approving James Ho for a seat on the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and further bolstering the judicial army that conservatives wanted to build. Mr. Ho, confirmed on a 53-43 vote, becomes the first Asian-American on that appeals court. Democratic Sens. Claire McCaskill of Missouri, Joe Donnelly of Indiana, and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota joined Republicans in voting for Mr. Ho.... (more)


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THE HILL The Alabama Supreme Court has reportedly stayed a lower court's order to election officials that would have required the preservation of voting records in Tuesday's Senate special election. A circuit judge on Monday ordered election officials to set voting machines to save all digital ballot images, which would preserve voting records in the event of a recount.... (more)


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ART MOORE President Trump's critics have blamed him for many things, from climate change to a decrease in the frequency of Americans engaging in sex, and now he's being held responsible for messing up the celebration of Jesus' birth.... (more)


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LOS ANGELES TIMES More than a week after the Thomas fire ignited in Ventura County, destroying hundreds of homes and displacing thousands as it grew into a massive inferno, firefighters are now in a race to protect the pristine coastal communities of neighboring Santa Barbara County before a shift in powerful winds forecast for this weekend.... (more)


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NEWSMAX Walt Disney Co. agreed to a $52.4 billion deal to acquire much of the global empire that media baron Rupert Murdoch assembled over three decades, from a fabled Hollywood studio to Europe's largest satellite-TV provider to one of India's most-watched channels.... (more)


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CNN More than two months have passed since 58 country music fans were gunned down in the Las Vegas massacre, and survivors as well as victims' families are still searching for some semblance of closure.... (more)


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CNBC Nearly one quarter of teens are using marijuana, according to a new survey. Of eighth, 10th and 12th graders surveyed, 24 percent said they've used the drug in the past year, according to research from the University of Michigan. The 1.3 percent increase is the first significant rise in seven years.... (more)


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CHELSEA SCHILLING The Republican Party lost a critical seat in the U.S. Senate Tuesday as voters in the deeply conservative state of Alabama elected Democrat Doug Jones in an upset race that could jeopardize President Trump's legislative agenda.... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES Republican negotiators on Wednesday said they've managed to strike a deal on a $1.4 trillion tax-cut package and that they'll be prepared to send it to President Trump's desk next week. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin G. Hatch told reporters that House and Senate lawmakers working to reconcile the two chambers' versions have reached an agreement.... (more)


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CHELSEA SCHILLING Just one month into the FBI's Trump-Russia investigation -- and only weeks after the FBI had been given a copy of the anti-Trump dossier in the summer of 2016 -- one of the FBI's top Russian counterintelligence experts discussed an "insurance policy" in the event that then-presidential candidate Donald Trump won election to the White House.... (more)


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WORLDNETDAILY Former D.C. Metro Transit Police officer Nicholas Young had unusual political views, a federal prosecutor told jurors in Young's terrorist trial. He "was attracted to Nazis and Islamic terrorists at the same time," Gordon Kromberg said in his opening statement. "Both hate Jews."... (more)


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LEO HOHMANN A sobering new report warns of growing nuclear threats to U.S. national security posed by the deterioration of the nation's own nuclear arsenal just as Russia, China, North Korea and Iran are all upgrading their arsenals. The report documents how Russia and China are aggressively implementing nuclear force modernization, "likely made possible with covert and low-yield nuclear testing."... (more)


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LOS ANGELES TIMES The blaze that swept through the hills of Bel-Air last week, destroying six homes and damaging a dozen others, was sparked by a cooking fire at a homeless encampment in a nearby ravine, Los Angeles officials said Tuesday.... (more)


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ALAN KEYES In 1995, The United States Congress passed (by a vote of 374-37 in the U.S. House of Representatives, and 93-5 in the U.S. Senate) the bill entitled the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995. Its stated purpose was "to provide for the relocation of the United States Embassy to Jerusalem." So, why is the United States Embassy to Israel still physically located in Tel Aviv?... (more)


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JOAN SWIRSKY It's become de rigeur for public figures and media personalities to repeat the tired mantra: Always believe the women. This refers, of course, to any accusation of sexual harassment, no matter how far in the past it took place and even if it was interpreted at the time as innocent flirting.... (more)


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CHELSEA SCHILLING "Impeach him!" some Democrats cry, as they accuse the U.S. president of "colluding" with Russia to undermine the 2016 presidential election. Americans can't escape the apparent feeding frenzy: Every day, headlines screech with new plot twists in the alleged Trump-Russia saga.... (more)