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Fox News talking head Sean Hannity erupted with rage last week after New York prosecutors raided the offices of President Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen, saying that special counsel Robert Mueller “and his merry band of Trump-hating deep-state sycophants” had now “officially gone rogue and declared war against the president.” It turns out there might be
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has introduced a constructive bill (S. 2499) that would accomplish two desirable policy objectives. The bill would help investors by providing the funds to pay unpaid arbitration awards, and help broker-dealers by eliminating the budgetary incentive for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) to impose fines on broker-dealers. What the Bill Would
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Ronna McDaniel on Monday defended Donald Trump after former FBI Director James Comey called the president “morally unfit” to serve. “I think millions of Americans who voted for President Trump would disagree” with Comey, McDaniel, the head of the Republican National Committee, told CNN’s “New Day” co-anchor Alisyn Camerota. “The actions of this president show that
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Democrats have a 19-point advantage over Republicans in the generic House ballot among all registered voters in New Jersey, according to a Monmouth University Poll released Monday. Fifty-four percent of registered voters in New Jersey say they would vote or lean toward voting for the Democratic candidate in their district compared with 35 percent who
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President Donald Trump is a “gracious” man who never asks people for loyalty, but instead wants people who are willing to work hard and share his vision, Corey Lewandowski, who served as the president’s first campaign manager, said Monday, while labeling both fired FBI Director James Comey and his deputy director, Andrew McCabe, as liars.
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Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, predicted there will be a “criminal referral” as a result of a report on fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe misleading investigators about the agency’s probe of the Clinton Foundation. Ratcliff’s remarks came Monday in an interview on Fox News. The news network said an inspector general’s report claims McCabe had authorized
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Posted by: A.F. Branco in Political Cartoons April 16, 2018 Former FBI Director Comey is acting like a disgruntled ex-employee crying like a little school girl over his ex-boss firing him. Political Cartoon by A.F. Branco. A.F.Branco Coffee Table Book <—- Order Here! Wake up Right! Subscribe to our Morning Briefing and get the news
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  by Will Racke Dick’s Sporting Goods no longer sells AR-15-style rifles at any of its stores, and soon its unsold inventory of the much-vilified firearms won’t be available anywhere else. Instead of returning them to their manufacturers, Dick’s will destroy its entire stock of unsold AR-15s, the company said Monday. “We are in
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President Donald Trump and fired FBI Director James Comey are acting like “two kids in the schoolyard” fighting with each other, and the insults and accusations need to stop, former House Intelligence Chairman Mike Rogers, an ex-FBI investigator, said Monday. “I think this pejorative nature has to end,” Rogers, now a CNN national security correspondent, told
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In a tight race for a Senate seat from Missouri, Republican candidate Josh Hawley is trying to use the issue of the GOP tax reform law to his advantage, reminding voters that current Senator and his Democratic opponent Claire McCaskill voted against the legislation, the Washington Examiner reported on Monday. Using Tax Day this Tuesday
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by Ian Hanchett16 Apr 20180 16 Apr, 201816 Apr, 2018 On Monday’s “Hugh Hewitt Show,” Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) responded to the strikes on Syria by saying it was “an underwhelming response.” Graham also said there isn’t “a strategy about why Syria matters. It seems like we’re willing to give to the Russians and the
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Mike Huckabee on Monday criticized both James Comey and George Stephanopoulos over what he called the ex-FBI director’s “sanctimonious” interview with the ABC News anchor on “20/20.” “Jim Comey setting a ‘moral standard’ after his sanctimonious, self-serving, book-selling ‘interview’ with former Clinton press secretary [Stephanopoulos] is like Harvey Weinstein setting standards for monogamy. Spare us!” Huckabee
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Democrats are in the lead over Republicans in fundraising as incumbents and top candidates pull in money in the first three months of 2018, a report in the Washington Examiner said. Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-Texas, brought in $6.7 million in the first quarter of 2018, while Sens. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., brought in $3.9 million and
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The Environmental Protection Agency violated spending laws by installing a $43,000 secure “privacy booth” in the office of Administrator Scott Pruitt, the Government Accountability Office has concluded. The expenditure violated the Antideficiency Act because it “obligated appropriated funds in a manner specifically prohibited by law,” the GAO said in a report made public Monday. It
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President Donald Trump is promoting the Republican tax law in Hialeah, Florida, highlighting improvements in Hispanic unemployment rates in the predominantly Latino Miami suburb. Speaking a day before the personal income tax filing deadline, Trump says “This is the last time you’re going to fill out that long, complicated, horrible return.” He says next year,
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I spent the night in McAllen, Texas, at the home of a retired couple from Minnesota. Bob Schwartz and Janet Schwaab aren’t bikers, themselves, but they signed up for Warm Showers, a hospitality network for long-distance cyclists, because it seemed like the nice thing to do. Like thousands of other snowbirds in Arizona, Texas, and
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During my career, I have worked at the editorial pages of two different daily newspapers. Writing unsigned editorials in the voice of the institution is a tough gig. For one thing, your credibility rests on remaining consistent in your judgment. If it was bad when Democrats did it, it still bad when Republicans do it.
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Monday on ESPN’s “First Take,” host Stephen A. Smith argued that activist quarterback Colin Kaepernick is more comparable to President Donald Trump than Jackie Robinson. Kaepernick tweeted a graphic Sunday with a quote by Robinson about how he cannot stand or sing the National Anthem. pic.twitter.com/pg71tJl7z3 — Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) April 16, 2018 Smith said
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Today on the Daily Standard Podcast, Jenna Lifhits discuss the U.S. and allied strike on Syria and what comes next.<mediadc-iframe data-state="{"cms.site.owner":{"_ref":"00000161-7bda-ddc2-adf9-7bfba7d90000","_type":"00000161-3461-dd66-ab67-fd6b93390000"},"iFrameEmbedCode":"<iframe style="border: none" src="//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/6486683/height/270/width/480/theme/standard/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/backward/" height="270" width="480" scrolling="no" allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen></iframe>","cms.content.publishDate":1523897104140,"cms.content.publishUser":{"_ref":"00000162-98f2-d24d-af62-faf7d5ee0000","_type":"00000161-3461-dd66-ab67-fd6b933a0007"},"cm… read more weeklystandard.com Source link
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Congress needs to provide more checks on President Donald Trump, Rep. Charlie Dent, R-Penn., said Monday. “That is one area where we have made a mistake in Congress—it is that we have not provided enough robust oversight on the president on some of these issues,” Dent said Monday on CNN’s “New Day.” “We should push
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Seattle Seahawks insiders are insisting that former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick is not out of the running for  job, despite the team’s recent signing of backup quarterback Austin Davis. Kaepernick most recently made news after the Seahawks canceled a meeting with the former San Francisco 49er because he would not pledge to end his anti-American
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North Carolina Sen. Thom Tillis has defended himself against criticism from fellow Republicans who are angry that he is a lead sponsor of a bipartisan bill to protect special counsel Robert Mueller from interference by President Donald Trump, Politico reported on Monday. Tillis acknowledged that he is taking a political risk, but insists it is
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Congress is currently working on its next farm bill. In crafting new farm policy, legislators should ignore harmful myths that undermine the development of sound agricultural policy, including myths regarding family farms and myths surrounding the recipients of farm subsidies. Agricultural special interests and the agriculture committees frequently try to paint a picture of the
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