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The firing of Peter Strzok is another body blow to the credibility of Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation, government watchdog Judicial Watch said Monday. “Strzok, who hated President Trump, compromised both the Clinton and Trump investigations that saw Hillary Clinton protected and Donald Trump illicitly targeted. Strzok’s anti-Trump texts show the Russia investigation he
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  by Evie Fordham It will be a late start for Johnson, who would face Democratic incumbent Sen. Martin Heinrich. Heinrich’s safe seat could be jeopardized by Johnson’s name recognition, reported The Associated Press. New Mexico Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn quit the race as the libertarian candidate in late July. “While Gary Johnson has been off pursuing the national spotlight and his personal
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Fired FBI agent Peter Strzok did significant damage to the Department of Justice’s Russia investigation by way of his “agenda,” Michael Reagan told Newsmax TV. The conservative commentator was on Tuesday’s “Newsmax Now” and said Strzok deserved to be let go from the bureau. “He has damaged it from the very beginning because he had
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FoxNews.com beat out the entire ecosystem of CNN digital media for the first time ever, according to just-released ratings data. FOXNews.com outperformed CNN Brand in total number of page views, according to July 2018 comScore data, delivering 1.5 billion multi-platform views over CNN Brand’s 1.4 billion views. For those not in the media biz, FOXNews.com
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President Donald Trump is reserving the right to ignore a new defense authorization law’s ban on U.S. recognition of Russian sovereignty over Crimea, Defense News reported. In a 15-page statement to accompany the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act that Trump signed Monday, the president expressed his constitutional concerns with an array of language — including
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Today’s democrat party is becoming more and more socialistic. In fact, Hillary and Obama had a 16 year plan to make this country into a socialist state if she got in. Obama did his part with reducing our status in the global community and weaken us. He reduced our credit rating by two points,
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Tuesday, September 18, 2018 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Live Streamed The Heritage Foundation Allison Auditorium RSVP FOR THIS EVENT RSVP for this Event Thank You. Your form has been submitted. Featuring Partner, Kirkland & Ellis and 43rd Solicitor General of the United States Partner, Morrison & Foerster and Former Assistant to the Solicitor General
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Former Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson on Tuesday began a campaign to unseat incumbent Sen. Martin Heinrich, D-N.M. In a YouTube video titled “You Know Gary Johnson,” posted by the Elect Liberty PAC, the narrator touts Johnson’s two terms as governor of New Mexico, from 1995 to 2003, and his spending and tax cuts — declaring
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A Forbes report alleging that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross “grifted” more than $120 million from former business partners has been widely slammed for relying heavily on anonymous sources and being laced with “petty” accusations, raising questions of whether the magazine’s Chinese owners were ultimately bashing Ross for his tough pro-American stance in trade talks with
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Younger doctors who are flirting with support of government-run health care should consider some hard facts—including the unfortunate results such control would likely have for patients and doctors themselves. They should also look at the recent raw experience of Britain with a government-controlled health care system. But first, let’s look at the most serious plan
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It’s been a year since the White House launched a trade war with China. On Aug. 14, 2017, President Trump instructed U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to investigate Chinese policies under Section 301 of the U.S. Trade Act. One year later, two important questions remain: What has Trump’s trade representative achieved, and how long will the trade
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With President Donald Trump’s signature Monday at Fort Drum, New York, the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal 2019 will be the earliest a defense authorization bill has become law since 1978. Forty years ago, the bill was 16 pages long and was called the “Department of Defense Appropriation Authorization Act, 1978.” This year’s NDAA is
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Republican National Committee spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany blasted House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., calling her a “gift” to the GOP. Her comments came during a Tuesday interview on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends.” “Well, the message of Republicans is: Defeat Nancy Pelosi,” she said. “This has been a constant for us going back to 2010
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“Many @harleydavidson owners plan to boycott the company if manufacturing moves overseas,” President Donald Trump tweeted on Monday. “Great! Most other companies are coming in our direction, including Harley competitors. A really bad move! U.S. will soon have a level playing field, or better.” The spat with Harley-Davidson began in June when the company announced
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More women than ever are running for elected office in 2018. The surge is attributable to the potent confluence of factors: Hillary Clinton’s loss—to Donald Trump of all people—as well as the new feminism that has emerged from the #MeToo movement. Early this year, Emily’s List announced 36,000 women were seeking executive-level statewide office and
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On Tuesday night, the 2018 election will head north: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Vermont, and Connecticut will all hold important primaries. And these primaries, despite spanning only four small- to medium-sized states, have it all. There’s intra-party fights on the right and the left, retired politicians trying to make a comeback, huge political names, Obama-to-Trump and Romney-to-Clinton
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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has no business not recusing himself from the Department of Justice’s Russia investigation, attorney Alan Dershowitz said Monday. Dershowitz was on Fox News and said Rosenstein should not be overseeing the special counsel probe led by Robert Mueller. “He is a witness in this case,” Dershowitz said. “The idea that
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President Donald Trump and his allies have recently touted the existence of nondisclosure agreements with White House employees as a response to estranged former employee Omarosa Manigault Newman’s attacks on Trump. The NDAs were first revealed by the Washington Post last March and later confirmed by the New York Times. The Times’ story indicated that
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