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Democrats look at Kavanaugh’s high school days

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In a last ditch effort to derail what is seen as the likely confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Democrats are saying they have the goods in an  “anonymous” letter. ...

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Why Congress must investigate Google trying to fix election

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On Wednesday, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell issued a statement calling on Congress to probe Google for potential election-meddling: Congress must hold hearings to investigate Google for possibly trying to fix ...

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How will McCaskill vote on Supreme Court nomination?

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The Washington Times Newspaper is reporting today that the fate of long-time incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill and her bid for re-election may hinge on her Supreme Court vote. The paper says that ...

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George Soros behind Missouri Amendment 1

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Amendment 1, which will be on the November ballot, also known as “Clean Missouri,” sounds good. Who wouldn’t want our state to be “clean”? But there’s a lot more than meets the ...

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KS Congressional candidate caught lying in TV ad: AP

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The Associated Press has done a Fact Check on statements by Democrat candidate Sharice Davids, who is running in the Third Congressional District that encompasses Overland Park and Johnson County Kansas. The ...

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Pence: voters should know what’s at stake

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WASHINGTON – Vice President Mike Pence has explained to the Christian Broadcasting Network why he is “very confident” the news for conservatives and the Nov. elections isn’t as bad as the media reports. ...

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Democrats team with protesters to disrupt hearings

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As Senate Supreme Court confirmation hearings entered their second day, there was no lack of theatrics by those seeking to disrupt hearings over nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The fireworks again erupted Wednesday at ...

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New Senator named to replace McCain

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After a funeral for John McCain that many said was in bad taste for speakers who bashed the Commander-in-Chief, President Trump, Arizonans now know who their next senator will be. Arizona Gov. Doug ...

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Economy keeps growing giving hope for Nov. elections

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The U.S. economy continued its historic expansion growing at a strong 4.2 percent annual rate in the April-June quarter. That growth stayed on track to produce its strongest gain in more than ...

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President Trump’s remarks to Christians at White House dinner

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In our continuing effort to provide you with news that is unfiltered, below are the President’s remarks to a group of Christians last night at a White House dinner.   REMARKS BY ...

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Americans Fund Most of the World’s Drug Research. Here’s How Trump Can End That

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President Trump recently released an ambitious, 44-page plan to drive down prescription drug prices. The blueprint relies, in part, on negotiating and enforcing trade deals to prevent other countries from freeloading off ...

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Failed challenge to Orman shows Dem concern for “disenfranchised” to be hypocritical

If memory serves it was a just a few months back that the media and the Democratic Party shed many a tear over the fate of the voters allegedly “disenfranchised” by a ...

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Report: China’s Communist Party funding liberal think tanks

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An influential Washington DC newspaper has published today a stunning report exposing how China’s Communist Party is covertly influencing American politics by funding leading democrat and liberal think tanks. The Washington Free ...

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So what does Cohen guilty plea really mean?

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President Donald Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen is facing prison time after he pled guilty on eight counts of financial fraud, tax evasion, and other violations. The plea came after what some ...

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Jury may be hung in Manafort trial

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The jury may be hung in deliberations over the trial of Paul Manafort. A note was sent to the judge in the case that asks what to do if it cannot reach ...

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