Month: November 2018

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FOX News Channel (FNC) will present the season premiere of Scandalous: Chappaquiddick, a four-week-long historical documentary series narrated by acclaimed actor Bruce McGill on Sunday, December 2nd at 8 PM/ET. “The women were driven to Chappaquiddick Island, and then to the beach,” Anthony Marro says in the documentary. “They crossed over the 81 foot
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The U.S. Office of Special Counsel has issued new guidance that prohibits federal employees from talking about “resistance” to President Donald Trump after six current and former White House staffers were found to have violated the Hatch Act. The New York Times reported Thursday that the updated guidelines for political speech when it comes to
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Three Republicans are competing to take over for Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., as leader of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, The Hill reports. Reps. Jody Hice, R-Ga., Scott Perry, R-Pa., and Warren Davidson, R-Ohio, are all in the running to succeed Meadows, who said Friday that he is planning on allowing another member of Congress
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  by Gavin Hanson Scientists still can’t agree on what caused a continuous and dull subterranean rumbling interrupted by regular bursts near Madagascar that shook every seismograph on Earth on Nov. 11 for 30 minutes, according to a Thursday Gizmodo report. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) For 30 minutes the Earth grumbled with a deep tremor that, besides enigmatically timely
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Republicans don’t want a government shutdown, but rather to be sure the border is secure, and bipartisan support is needed, especially with the threats being posed by the migrant caravan that has arrived, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise said Friday, while shooting down claims from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer that the $1.3 billion Congress
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The Senate’s 2019 budget contains an across-the-board salary hike of about 1.9 percent all federal employees. That is not good news. Though modest and deficit-neutral—the bill requires agencies to reduce spending elsewhere to offset the hikes—this pay raise is a bad idea. A growing consensus of policy analysts agree that the federal pay system needs a major overhaul. Today,
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Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a Republican, blasted President Donald Trump this week for retweeting a picture of his political opponents in jail. Trump retweeted a picture Thursday of his political opponents, including special counsel Robert Mueller, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, former President Barack Obama, and deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein, behind bars. “I
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Is a specter of socialism haunting America, especially among our millennials? There is disquieting evidence of many young Americans’ sympathy for socialism. Exhibit A: 2.052 million people under the age of 30 voted for democratic socialist Bernie Sanders in the 2016 Democratic primaries and caucuses. Exhibit B: Polls find that, not only do a large
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Walter Lohman: Welcome to The Heritage Foundation. I’m Walter Lohman, director of the Asian Study Center here at Heritage. We’re here to talk about the World Trade Organization (WTO) and its role in addressing the challenges that the U.S. faces with China on trade. There are two things that really prompted us to do this.
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Some arguments against the modest prison and sentencing reforms in the Senate’s First Step Act echo an influential claim from the 1970s attributed to the late sociologist Robert Martinson: When it comes to reducing recidivism rates among inmates, “nothing works.” Once taken out of its original context, that claim resounded in legislatures across the country ever since.
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Rep. Adam Smith, presumptive chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, says he wants to curtail modernization of the nation’s sea-, air- and ground-based nuclear forces. He also opposes developing a low-yield submarine-launched nuclear cruise missile. In a mid-November speech to the anti-nuke Ploughshares Fund, Smith asserted that the country cannot afford the $1.2 trillion nuclear modernization program due
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  by Tim Pearce Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke appeared on Fox News Thursday night and defended his record after being the subject of more ethics investigations than his last four predecessors combined. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) Fox Host Shannon Bream confronted Zinke about his investigation tally, quoting figures from the Center for Western Priorities,
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Paul Manafort’s attorneys head to court Friday at a time of frenetic activity in the special counsel’s Russia investigation as prosecutors obtained a guilty plea from President Donald Trump’s longtime fixer and appear to be lining up charges against another Trump supporter. Prosecutors this week revealed that Manafort’s plea deal had fallen apart after they
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President Donald Trump will soon sign legislation to extend a 15-year-old HIV/AIDS program that has helped millions, primarily in Africa. HIV/AIDS advocates welcomed the news and immediately called on Trump to drop efforts to cut federal funding for the life-saving program. Vice President Mike Pence made the announcement Thursday at a White House event marking
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TUCSON, Ariz. – Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents were assaulted during two separate incidents west of Tucson Tuesday. The first assault occurred when agents disrupted a human smuggling attempt south of Three Points. While attempting to arrest four male suspects, one of the men became combative. The 25 year-old Guatemalan national resisted arrest by throwing
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  by Richard Pollock The FBI raided the home of a whistleblower who was in possession of documents regarding the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One, according to the whistleblower’s lawyer, Michael Socarras. The whistleblower, Dennis Nathan Cain, had turned the documents over to the Department of Justice’s inspector general and both the House and Senate
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They haven’t spoken in days, not since President Donald Trump called to congratulate Nancy Pelosi on Democrats’ election night win. But they don’t really need to. Trump and Pelosi go way back, from the time she first showed up at Trump Tower fundraising for the Democrats long before he would become president or she the
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President Donald Trump’s company reportedly planned to give a $50 million penthouse at Trump Tower Moscow to Russian President Vladimir Putin during the 2016 campaign. Citing two unnamed law enforcement officials, BuzzFeed News reported Michael Cohen, Trump’s personal lawyer at the time, discussed the idea with a representative of Dmitry Peskov, Putin’s press secretary. The Trump Tower
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