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Oct. 13 marked the 243rd birthday of the United States Navy. The Navy has grown and evolved dramatically from that first “swift sailing vessel” of the Constitutional Navy. Today, the Navy’s fleet of 286 ships and submarines is the most capable and powerful naval force in the world. The identity and traditions of the Navy
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History is full of reasons to love free markets. They reward hard work and catalyze innovation, providing technology and comforts previously unimaginable to the ordinary person. A new report by Anthony Kim and one of us (Patrick) of The Heritage Foundation shows just how Mississippi workers benefit from increased economic freedom when trade barriers fall. The Mississippi Development
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Republican Rep. Martha McSally accused her Democratic opponent, Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, of supporting “treason,” citing a 15-year-old radio interview — a charge that Sinema dismissed as part of a “ridiculous” negative campaign during Monday’s debate in the race for Arizona’s open Senate seat. McSally, a former Air Force colonel and combat pilot, made the explosive
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Former Acting ICE Director Tom Homan told Fox News Host Laura Ingraham that if Democrats take control of Congress, Americans should expect a flood of illegal immigrants across the southern U.S. border. “If the Democrats take control of the House, this caravan issue is going to happen every week. It’s just going to keep coming,” he
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If Democrats win back the House in midterm elections, the first bills that would hit the floor would tackle campaign finance reform, moving to lower drug prices, enacting a background-check system for buying gun and legislation that protects Dreamers, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told Politico on Tuesday. The California Democrat vowed that Democrats would
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Lawyer Michael Avenatti’s coarse approach to dealing with President Donald Trump and Republicans is not benefitting the Democratic Party, say several Democrats who recently spoke to The Hill. “There’s a difference between getting in the gutter and being tough, and I don’t think Michael Avenatti understands that,” said Patti Solis Doyle, a Democratic strategist and former
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Millions of U.S.-born Latinos have turned 18 between the 2014 midterms and this year’s election, fueling a growth spike in the Latino electorate — and both political parties are taking notice, NBC News reported. According to the Pew Research Center, a high of 29.1 million Latinos are eligible to vote in next month’s elections —
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Jonathan Turley, professor at George Washington University Law School, said Monday that he hasn’t seen any evidence that special counsel Robert Mueller is building an obstruction case against President Donald Trump. “I don’t see any real evidence he is building an obstruction case,” Turley said in an interview on Fox News. “I’ve been a critic of that allegation for
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Brian Kemp, the GOP candidate for governor of George, accused his Democratic opponent Stacey Abrams of trying to get “illegals” to vote. His comments, made Monday on television’s “Fox & Friends,” They came after the news networked aired video of Adams saying: “The blue wave is African-Americans. It’s white. It’s Latino. It’s Asian-Pacific islander. “It’s
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Think long lines are the worst thing that can happen at the Department of Motor Vehicles? The California DMV has everyone beat. Officials there recently admitted that a “processing error” had led to 1,500 people – including non-citizens – being improperly registered to vote. A one-time glitch, you may think. But this news follows a
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Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible collusion by the Trump administration has been almost completely absent from the midterm campaign trail, Politico reported on Monday. Experts cite a number of reasons for this, mainly that most Americans are not following so closely the details of the
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Posted by: R. Mitchell in Trump Administration, White House Watch October 15, 2018 President Donald Trump will travel to Florida with the first lady to personally view the catastrophic damage done by Hurricane Michael. Keep up with Trump on President Trump’s Schedule Page. President Trump’s schedule for 10/15/18 All Times EDT: 9:00 AM The president and the first
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Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., on Sunday snatched a student’s cellphone from him for a few moments as the student attempted to ask a question about possible voter suppression, The Washington Post reports. The confrontation happened at Georgia Tech, where Perdue was campaigning for GOP gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp. Kemp is locked in a tight race with Democrat Stacey
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President Donald Trump has asked Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel to serve a second term following a year of record-breaking fundraising for the GOP, per a report in Axios. The RNC pulled in $16 million in August, surpassing $250 million for the pivotal midterm elections. Under McDaniel, the RNC has repeatedly outraised the Democratic
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Democratic efforts to win control of Congress are endangered by lackluster Hispanic support, party strategists told The Washington Post. Democrats have hoped that Latino voters would form the base of electoral success, especially as President Donald Trump has pushed policies hostile toward Hispanic immigrants. But worried party activists say enthusiasm from this sector has not been
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