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WES VERNON Today in the early 21st century, we have for the past four years been living in a period marked by a full 100 years since the starting point of then unprecedented and recurring killing beyond what could have been imagined in previous eras.... (more)

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ALAN KEYES Whoever, except in cases and under circumstances expressly authorized by the Constitution or Act of Congress, willfully uses any part of the Army or the Air Force as a posse comitatus or otherwise to execute the laws shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than two years, or both. (18 U.S. Code I.67 1385)... (more)

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PHILIP KLEIN Five-time political candidate Mitt Romney wanted delegates to this past weekend's Utah Republican convention to know one thing: He isn't running for the Senate because he's interested in a political career. Romney, who suffered an embarrassing loss over the weekend in a vote of grassroots activists serving as delegates, is nonetheless expected to coast to victory in the primary and general election in a highly-Republican state where he enjoys strong popularity among the broader electorate. What's amusing is that he's still trying to perpetuate the narrative that he's really a nonpolitician.... (more)

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BYRON YORK When a political figure is accused of wrongdoing, a conversation begins among journalists, commentators, and public officials. Are the charges true? Can the accusers prove it? That's the way it normally works. But now, in the case of the Trump dossier -- the allegations compiled by a former British spy hired by the Clinton campaign to gather dirt on presidential candidate Donald Trump -- the generally accepted standard of justice has been turned on its head.... (more)

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NEWSMAX With the Justice Department's issuance of a criminal referral related to fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, President Donald Trump is finally fighting back against the Deep State plot to smear him, says Jerome Corsi, author of The New York Times bestseller "Killing the Deep State: The Fight to Save President Trump."... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES Tucked inside the inspector general's report on former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was the story of an August 2016 phone call from a high-ranking Justice Department official who Mr. McCabe thought was trying to shut down the FBI's investigation into the Clinton Foundation while Hillary Clinton was running for president.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES Roger Stone, a former Trump campaign ally, responded to the Democratic National Committee's Russia collusion lawsuit Monday, telling it to preserve its databases, records and servers for inspection. "[We] intend to test the basic underlying claims that 'Russians' hacked, stole, and disseminated DNC data, rather than the various other plausible scenarios, including internal theft," wrote Robert Buschel, an attorney representing Mr. Stone, in a letter to the DNC's lawyers.... (more)

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NEWSMAX Harvard law professor and author Alan Dershowitz argued Monday that former FBI director and current special counsel Robert Mueller should be investigated for his role in protecting a notorious FBI informant -- and that civil liberties are at stake.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES A small bipartisan gesture at the end of a fiercely partisan fight Monday has put Mike Pompeo on course to Senate confirmation as the nation's next secretary of state. During a day of wild parliamentary back-and-forth in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the former congressman from Kansas and outgoing CIA director secured the crucial vote of lone Republican holdout Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, only to face rejection from the panel because fellow Republican committee member Sen. Johnny Isakson of Georgia missed the Monday evening confirmation vote to attend a funeral back home.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES For 38 years, EMW Women's Surgical Center has been performing abortions in Louisville, Kentucky. It's now the last abortion provider in the state, and it's fighting to keep its doors open and to prevent Kentucky from becoming the first state in the nation without an abortion option. The administration of Gov. Matt Bevin, a Republican, said last year that EMW doesn't have valid transfer agreements with an ambulance service and hospital. State law requires transfer agreements in case a procedure goes wrong.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES An Illinois woman who runs a child care service out of her home is suing the state, saying its restrictions on day care facilities make it illegal for her to keep a gun in her house for self-defense. Jennifer Miller's lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court for central Illinois after the state emerged as a battleground in the post-Parkland gun debate, with citizens and various localities trying to stake claims on either side of the issue.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES "Mom, you won't believe what my teacher's talking about right now." That is the text message Regina Young, a parent in North Carolina's Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, said she received from her seventh-grade daughter one day. "Before I could even respond to her text," Ms. Young said, "she told me how uncomfortable she was to hear her teacher tell stories about her transgender home."... (more)

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WORLDNETDAILY Concordia Publishing House has been in business since 1869 as the official publishing arm of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod denomination. But apparently the Christian content of its website, particularly an ad for an upcoming Vacation Bible School, is too much for Google AdWords, the online advertising service.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES President Trump said Monday that he has instructed the Department of Homeland Security not to allow the reported caravans of people traveling through Mexico to be admitted to the U.S. "Despite the Democrat inspired laws on Sanctuary Cities and the Border being so bad and one sided, I have instructed the Secretary of Homeland Security not to let these large Caravans of people into our Country. It is a disgrace. We are the only Country in the World so naive! WALL," Mr. Trumptweeted.... (more)

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WASHINGTON EXAMINER The Democratic National Committee's multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the Trump campaign, the Russian government, and WikiLeaks on Friday was met with fanfare not only from the Democratic front, but also from one of the main defendants. The legal offensive alleges a conspiracy between the trio to disrupt the 2016 presidential campaign in order to get Donald Trump elected. The DNC's complaint was filed in a federal district court in Manhattan, N.Y.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES The Democratic National Committee's Russia collusion law suit against the Trump campaign cites a number of press stories, tweets and investigative reports as evidence, but there is one notable absence. The 66-page suit doesn't mention the Christopher Steele dossier, an investigation financed by the very same DNC as well as the Hilary Clinton campaign and sourced to Kremlin operatives.... (more)

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SALT LAKE TRIBUNE After 11 hours of political elbowing and shoving at the Utah Republican Convention -- held appropriately at a hockey arena -- delegates forced Mitt Romney into a primary election against state Rep. Mike Kennedy in the U.S. Senate race. In fact, Kennedy -- a doctor and lawyer -- finished in first place at the convention with 51 percent of the vote to Romney's 49 percent. The former GOP presidential nominee fell far short of the 60 percent needed to clinch the nomination outright.... (more)

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NEWSMAX Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney said Saturday that he would make a decision on whether to support President Donald Trump in 2020 "down the road" as he campaigns for a Senate seat in this November's elections. "I will make that decision down the road," Romney, the 2012 presidential candidate, told CNN before speaking at the Utah Republican Convention in West Valley.... (more)

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NATIONAL REVIEW Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, who was scorned for touting his "amazing leadership" following the Valentine's Day shooting in Parkland, Fla., will face a "vote of no confidence" from the union representing his deputies.... (more)

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VICTOR DAVIS HANSON If collusion is the twin of conspiracy, then there are lots of colluders running around Washington. Robert Mueller was tasked to find evidence of Trump and Russia collusion that might have warped the 2016 campaign and thrown the election to Trump. After a year, his investigation has found no concrete evidence of collusion. So it has often turned to other purported Trump misadventures. Ironically, collusion of all sorts -- illegal, barely legal, and simply unethical -- has been the sea that Washington fish always swim in.... (more)

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WASHINGTON EXAMINER Former FBI agent Terry Albury is likely to receive between three and five years in prison when he's sentenced for giving classified information to reporters, raising questions of a double standard benefiting the men who led the bureau at the time of his leaks.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES Former FBI Director James Comey was being investigated by the government's Office of Special Counsel for potential Hatch Act violations at the time he was fired, according to new documents released Friday as part of a Freedom of Information Act case. The OSC investigation was cut short by the firing, since the office doesn't probe people once they're out of government.... (more)

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NEWSMAX Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney will face a number of unhappy delegates at Utah's Republican state convention next week, according to The Salt Lake Tribune columnist Robert Gehrke. Although Romney has already accumulated the necessary amount of signatures to appear on the GOP primary ballot to replace Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch, a large amount of "notoriously prickly delegates" seem unconvinced that he's the night choice.... (more)

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JERRY NEWCOMBE After my recent column on "fake news," someone sent me an email accusing me of propagating fake news by saying the Bible had anything to do with the founding of America. The email stated the common charge that the Constitution was the product of men of the Enlightenment, many of whom were under Masonic influence as well.... (more)

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MICHAEL BARONE As the likelihood of the charges of Trump campaign "collusion" with Russia seems headed toward zero, the likelihood of proof of a different form of "collusion" seems headed upward toward certainty. The Russia collusion charge had some initial credibility because of businessman Trump's dealings in Russia and candidate Trump's off-putting praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin. It was fueled by breathless media coverage of such trivial events as Jeff Sessions' exchange of pleasantries with the Russian ambassador at a Washington reception.... (more)


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