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Monday, May 16, 2016 -- Obama Breaches Tradition, Court Calls For Compromise, Third Party Suicide, Your Reaction

Obama Breaches Tradition

The commencement address to the 2016 graduating class of Rutgers University should have been a rewarding event for the students who worked so hard for so long. No doubt it was memorable in that the speaker was the president of the United States. But, sadly, although predictably, President Obama breached all unspoken traditions and protocols.

Usually, high...

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Friday, May 13, 2016 -- Obama's Culture War, Civil Rights Charade, Holding Kids Hostage, What Congress Could Do

Obama's Culture War

The economy is stagnant. ISIS continues its genocide. But the Obama Administration has the time to launch another blitz in its ongoing war against our Judeo-Christian culture.

Having successfully redefined marriage, the left is now trying to force its radical agenda into the schools and on our children. When conservatives warned that would happen, we were mocked...

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Thursday, May 12, 2016 -- Coming Together, Democrat Divisions, GOP Fights Back, Happy Birthday Israel

Coming Together

A deeply divided Republican Party took a major step toward victory today. Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan met this morning to discuss their differences as well as areas of agreement. After their meeting on Capitol Hill, they issued the following statement:

"The United States cannot afford another four...

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Wednesday, May 11, 2016 -- Primary Results, Tomorrow's Meeting, Rubio Comes Around, Facebook Censors Your News

Primary Results: The Republicans

With the field cleared, Donald Trump scored big wins in yesterday's Nebraska and West Virginia primaries. Trump received 61% of the vote in Nebraska and 77% in West Virginia.

Voter turnout continues to be a major story this year. With Trump's rivals out of the race, one might expect participation to fall. But that didn't happen.


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Tuesday, May 10, 2016 -- Your Feedback, Democrat Divisions, Looking Ahead, Anti-Semitism Rising, Obama v. The Constitution

Your Feedback

We had a tremendous response to our online survey yesterday. With over 2,800 responses as of this morning, more than 83% of you indicated that you intend to vote for Donald Trump as the Republican Party nominee in November.

Nine percent indicated you were inclined to support a third party candidate rather than vote for Trump. Not surprisingly, Senator Ted Cruz...

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Monday, May 9, 2016 -- WWYD, The Missing Invitation, Left Preaches Open Borders, Tibits From The Trail


The anarchy within the Republican Party continued over the weekend.

With talk of tax increases and raising the minimum wage, Donald Trump spent a lot of time seemingly courting Bernie Sanders supporters. Paul Ryan and many GOP elites seemed totally uninterested about why millions of Americans might be attracted to an...

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Friday, May 6, 2016 -- Ryan v. Trump, Mosques Under Surveillance, CUFI Summit

Ryan v. Trump

There was an extraordinary exchange yesterday between House Speaker Paul Ryan and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump that may be the most important exchange of the entire campaign.

It began when Ryan was asked by CNN's Jake Tapper if he would formally endorse Trump. Ryan commended Trump, but added that he wasn't sure of Trump's agenda. Here is some of Ryan's...

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Thursday, May 5, 2016 -- Hillary Not Inevitable, Obama Takes Children Hostage, Parents Fight Back, National Day Of Prayer

Hillary Is Not "Inevitable"

Big media are already working overtime to demoralize GOP voters, trying to convince them that the election is lost. Don't believe it! Hillary is far from inevitable.

Here are a few nuggets from the campaign trail that you may not have heard:

·  Left-wing icon Carl Bernstein of Watergate fame said this about Clinton's...

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Wednesday, May 4, 2016 -- Trump Romps, Kudos To Cruz, Today's Democrat Party

Trump Romps, Cruz/Kasich Out

In Indiana, Donald Trump continued smashing his opponents, taking 53% of the vote, while Texas Senator Ted Cruz received 37%. Ohio Governor John Kasich won just 8%.

Within moments of the polls closing, the networks called the state for Trump, and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus tweeted that Donald Trump was the presumptive nominee.

Now the Republican Party must...

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Tuesday, May 3, 2016 -- Dems Attack American Workers, Barack & Boehner, Doing Less With More

Democrats Attack American Workers

To the surprise of many, Hillary Clinton wasn't campaigning in Indiana yesterday, which is holding its primary today. Instead, she was in West Virginia, where she got a rough reception for her recent remarks about putting "a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business."

Bo Copley, an unemployed coal worker, confronted Clinton. He handed her a...

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