Month: January 2018

by Andrew Kerr The Democratic National Committee raised $5.2 million in December, bringing its total 2017 fundraising haul to $66 million, according to paperwork filed Wednesday evening to the Federal Election Commission. The total is about half of the Republican National Committee’s estimated 2017 fundraising total of $132.5 million. In addition to being outraised by nearly a factor
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Democrats have fought for weeks, if not months, against the release of the now-famous memo assembled by Congressman Devin Nunes. Now, the Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s prophecy is about to be fulfilled: “The chickens are coming home to roost,” and the Democrats are up to their eyeballs in chicken feathers. People who have seen the
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The maddening problem facing conservatives fighting the growth of Big Government is that much of the growth is fertilized by former conservatives who start growing first. The phenomena is most evident in benighted lands that don’t impose term limits and have legislative bodies that meet year around. And just as a cancerous growth is
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At the beginning of his campaign, Trump accused the Democrats of tapping his phones and spying on him. The media called him paranoid and laughed it off. Now it is apparently true. A classified memo put together by Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee that accuses the Justice Department of abuse will reportedly expose surveillance on
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  by Grace Carr Conservatives are more aesthetically pleasing than liberals, according to two political science professors who conducted multiple surveys to obtain their results. Published in the Politics and Life Sciences Journal, the Cambridge University Press December 2017 study — “Effects of Physical Attractiveness On Political Beliefs” — finds that attractive males and
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If you are in the market to buy a new or used car, you will need to determine how you will pay for it. You may already have enough money put aside in savings to pay for the vehicle but if not you will need to consider some form of finance such as a
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The liberal, anti-Trump, anti-American press is abusing their own Constitutional rights by not reporting news that would negatively impact their political position as well as by reporting Fake News that hurts the Trump/Republican position. The liberal press has chosen to not report news that’s not to their liking, but the Constitution does not allow
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  by Chris White Tech guru Elon Musk promised last December that his newest company would develop a flamethrower, and now it looks like this might be one promise he’ll follow through on. Reddit users on several Musk-related subreddits noticed earlier this month that the URL “boringcompany.com/flamethrower” began redirecting to a page with singular password box. One
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Posted by: A.F. Branco in Political Cartoons January 25, 2018 Many legal mines are saying that Trump should not voluntarily submit to a Mueller interview because it’s a trap in waiting. Political Cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2017. Wake up Right! Subscribe to our Morning Briefing and get the news delivered to your inbox before
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  by Eric Lieberman A top Facebook executive admitted Monday that the social media platform may have a harmful effect on democracy, an apparently dire concern of the company. There have been many moments in the past where it appeared like social media helped cultivate democratic principles and institutions, however, more recent events changed
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